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Selected Abstracts of the 2nd Congress of joint European Neonatal Societies (jENS 2017); Venice (Italy); October 31-November 4, 2017; Session "Epidemiology and Networks"

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Selected Abstracts of the 2nd Congress of joint European Neonatal Societies (jENS 2017); Venice (Italy); October 31-November 4, 2017

58th ESPR Annual Meeting, 7th International Congress of UENPS, 3rd International Congress of EFCNI

ORGANIZING INSTITUTIONS
European Society for Paediatric Research (ESPR), European Society for Neonatology (ESN), Union of European Neonatal & Perinatal Societies (UENPS), European Foundation for the Care of Newborn Infants (EFCNI)

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
Luc Zimmermann (President of ESPR), Morten Breindahl (President of ESN), Manuel Sánchez Luna (President of UENPS), Silke Mader (Chairwoman of the Executive Board and Co-Founder of EFCNI)

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
Virgilio P. Carnielli (Congress President Chair), Pierre Gressens (Past Scientific President), Umberto Simeoni, Manon Benders, Neil Marlow, Ola D. Saugstad, Petra Hüppi, Agnes van den Hoogen

Session "Epidemiology and Networks"

ABS 1. AN EVALUATION OF DOCTORS AND MEDICAL STUDENT’S KNOWLEDGE OF PAEDIATRIC VACCINATIONS IN PAKISTAN • N. Nadeem

ABS 2. AN EVALUATION OF DOCTORS AND MEDICAL STUDENT’S ATTITUDES AND BELIEFS OF PAEDIATRIC VACCINATIONS IN PAKISTAN • N. Nadeem

ABS 3. APPLYING DATA MINING TECHNIQUES TO PREDICT BRONCHOPULMONARY DYSPLASIA IN VERY-LOW-BIRTH-WEIGHT (VLBW) INFANTS. A POPULATION-BASED STUDY • Y.J. Lin, C.H. Lin, Y.C. Lin, Y.S. Chang, C.C. Huang, K.I. Tsou

ABS 4. IN UTERO EXPOSURE TO PERFLUOROALKYL AND POLYFLUOROALKYL SUBSTANCES AND ATTENTION AND EXECUTIVE FUNCTION IN THE OFFSPRING • C.C. Bach, Z. Liew, N.B. Matthiesen, T.B. Henriksen, B.H. Bech, E.A. Nohr, E.C. Bonefeld-Jørgensen, J. Olsen

ABS 5. MORTALITY, MORBIDITY AND SHORT-TERM RETINOPATHY OF PREMATURITY OUTCOMES IN EXTREME PRETERM NEONATES: A 5 YEAR STUDY • H. Jarvis, M. Sdobnikovs, J. William, F. Dean, P. Satodia

ABS 6. ASSOCIATION BETWEEN MATERNAL BODY MASS INDEX IN EARLY PREGNANCY AND INCIDENCE OF CEREBRAL PALSY • S. Johansson, E. Villamor, K. Tedroff, M. Peterson, M. Neovius, G. Petersson, S. Cnattingius

ABS 7. IMPACT OF MAJOR NEONATAL MORBIDITIES ON THE OUTCOME AT 6.5 YEARS OF CHILDREN BORN EXTREMELY PRETERM: A SWEDISH NATIONAL PROSPECTIVE STUDY (EXPRESS) • A. Farooqi, K. Källén, K. Maršál, F. Serenius

ABS 8. PREVALENCE OF LONG-TERM NEURO­DE­VELOPMENTAL IMPAIRMENT FOLLOWING EXTREMELY PRETERM BIRTH IN EUROPE: A SYSTEMATIC LITERATURE REVIEW • S. Sarda, G. Sarri, S. Abogunrin, C. Siffel

ABS 9. NEONATAL MORTALITY AND MORBIDITY IN FIVE PROVINCIAL HOSPITALS IN THE PEOPLE’S DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF LAOS AFTER IMPLEMENTATION OF A TEACHING PROGRAM FOR NEONATAL CARE • S. Schmidt, B. Saysanasongkham, T. Hoehn

ABS 10. INCIDENCE OF BRONCHOPULMONARY DYS­PLASIA AND INTRAVENTRICULAR HAEMOR­RHAGE AMONG EXTREMELY PRETERM IN­FANTS IN EUROPE: A SYSTEMATIC LITER­ATURE REVIEW • C. Siffel, K. Kistler, J. Lewis, S. Sarda

ABS 11. PERINATAL INFECTIONS AND CEREBRAL PALSY: ARE PROLONGED RUPTURES OF MEMBRANES A RISK FACTOR IN CHILDREN BORN AT TERM? • M. Mynarek, S. Bjellmo, S. Lydersen, J. Afset, G. Andersen, T. Vik

ABS 12. CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY (NON-POST-NEONATAL) BORN AT TERM, NON-ADMITTED TO NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE, FROM THE PORTUGUESE NATIONAL REGISTER • D. Virella, T. Folha, M.G. Andrada, A. Cadete, R. Gouveia, T. Gaia, J.J. Alvarelhão, E. Calado

ABS 13. CHRONIC CONDITIONS AND HEALTH CARE NEEDS OF ADOLESCENTS BORN MODERATE­LY PRETERM AT 32-26 WEEKS’ GESTATION: A SWEDISH REGIONAL POPULATION BASED CASE CONTROL STUDY • A. Farooqi, A. Sjöström, M. Adamsson, M. Bäckman, B. Hägglöf

ABS 14. TRENDS IN MORTALITY AND MAJOR MORBIDITY OF VERY PRETERM NEONATES IN 10 NATIONAL NEONATAL DATABASES: THE INTERNATIONAL NETWORK FOR EVALUATION OF OUTCOMES (INEO) EXPERIENCE • K. Lui, S. Lee, S. Kusuda, M. Adams, M. Vento, B. Reichman, B. Darlow, L. Lehtonen, N. Modi, M. Norman, S. Hakansson, D. Bassler, F. Rusconi, P. Shah on behalf of the International Network for Evaluating Outcomes of Neonates

ABS 15. DOWN’S SYNDROME: PREVALENCE AND PRENATAL DIAGNOSIS IN LATVIA • I. Zile, I. Gavare, I. Grinfelde, I. Malniece, Z. Baltane, A. Maurina

ABS 16. EDUCATIONAL TRAJECTORIES OF SCHOOL OUTCOME AFTER PRETERM BIRTH • D. Odd, D. Evans, A. Emond

ABS 17. THE CHANGING OF LATE FETAL DEATH IN LATVIA BETWEEN 2000 AND 2014 • I. Zile, I. Ebela, V. Folkmanis, I. Rumba-Rozenfelde

ABS 18. CAREGIVER BURDEN ASSOCIATED WITH EXTREMELY PRETERM BIRTH • S. Sarda, W. Lenderking, R. Pokrzywinski, S. Stringer, A. Mangili

ABS 19. HOW “BABY FRIENDLY” CAN A “BABY-FRIENDLY HOSPITAL” BE? – EXPERIENCE IN A ROMANIAN NEONATAL CLINIQUE • M. Simon, R. Sánta, Zs. Gáll, L. Suciu, R. Marian, M. Rusneac, C. Gliga, M. Cucerea

ABS 20. DIFFERENTIAL SUSCEPTIBILITY EFFECTS OF MATERNAL SENSITIVITY AT AGE 6 ON SMALL FOR GESTATIONAL AGE ADULTS’ ATTENTION REGULATION AND WEALTH AT AGE 26 • T. Nichols, J. Jaekel, P. Bartmann, D. Wolke

ABS 21. PRETERM CHILDREN’S SOCIAL INHIBITION BEFORE SCHOOL ENTRY PREDICTS THEIR FRIENDSHIPS IN 2ND GRADE • J. Jaekel, K. Heuser, L. Miranda, D. Wolke

ABS 22. THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PRENATAL UL­TRASOUND DIAGNOSIS IN RECOGNITION OF MUSCULOSKELETAL MALFORMATIONS • A. Beke, Z. Tidrenczel, F.R. Eros

ABS 23. A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF INCIDENCE OF NEONATAL NECROTISING ENTEROCOLITIS IN HIGH INCOME COUNTRIES • C. Battersby, T. Santhalingam, K. Costeloe, N. Modi

ABS 24. PREVALENCE OF LATE PRETERM INFANTS IN THE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL OF THE SOUTH REGION OF BRAZIL: INCREASED NEONATAL MORBIDITY RISK COMPARED WITH TERM INFANTS • P.J.H. Nader, S.S. Nader, L. Acosta, A. Sangalli

ABS 25. VARIATIONS IN INITIAL OXYGEN CON­CEN­TRATION AT RESUSCITATION OF PRETERM NEONATES < 29 WEEKS GESTATION: AN INTERNATIONAL SURVEY • K. Lui, M. Vento, A. Noguchi, S. Hakannson, B. Reichman, P. Shah, G. Sjörs, F. Rusconi, M. Adams, S. Lee, L. Lehtonen, S. Kusuda, T. Isayama, N. Modi, D. Bassler, M. Beltempo, K. Helenius, N. Morisaki, B.A. Darlow

ABS 26. THE INFLUENCE OF TWO DIFFERENT FAT EMULSIONS USED FOR PARENTERAL NUTRITION ON THE INCIDENCE OF SELECTED COMPLICATIONS OF PREMATURITY • Z. Owsiańska, G. Matusiak, K. Mielnik, T. Szczapa, J. Gadzinowski

ABS 27. RIGHT PLACE – RIGHT TIME? PLACE OF BIRTH AND TRANSFERS OF EXTREME PRE­TERM NEONATES WITHIN TWO ADJACENT NEO­NATAL OPERATIONAL DELIVERY NETWORKS • D. Vieten, M. Sutcliffe, V. Rasiah, A. Philpott

ABS 28. MORBIDITY, MORTALITY AND 2-YEAR OUT­COME OF BABIES BORN WITH WEIGHT ≤ 500 G OVER 11 YEARS IN A TERTIARY NEONATAL UNIT • M. Noureldein, A. Olariu, J. Egyepong

ABS 29. PHENOTYPIC SPECTRUM OF GOLDENHAR SYNDROME: A DESCRIPTIVE STUDY • N. Kasdallah, M.T. Lamouchi, M. Sallemi, W. Barbaria, Kasraou

ABS 30. EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ESBL-PRODUCING MULTIDRUG-RESISTANT GRAM-NEGATIVE BACILLI IN THREE NICUs IN ITALY • D. Vecchio, L. Saporito, C. Achille, D.M. Geraci, S. Giampietro, M. Trancassini, C. Tzialla, C.M. Maida, M. Mario

ABS 31. RETURN TO WORK TRAINING REQUIREMENTS FOR NEONATAL NURSES: A NETWORK SURVEY • C. Hiatt, R. Blake, J. Furness, K. Dewitt, N. Shankle, V. McFadden, P. Nath, P. Satodia

ABS 32. USE OF SPECIALIST SERVICES UNTIL TWO YEARS OF AGE IN THE EPICE COHORT OF VERY PRETERM BIRTHS IN EUROPE • A.-V. Seppänen, F. Bodeau-Livinec, E.M. Boyle, A.-K. Edstedt-Bonamy, M. Cuttini, L. Toome, R.F. Maier, E. Cloet, C. Koopman-Esseboom, J. Gadzinowski, J. Zeitlin

ABS 33. CONGENITAL HEART DEFECTS AND THE RISK OF SPONTANEOUS PRETERM BIRTH: A NATIONWIDE STUDY OF 924,422 LIVEBORN INFANTS • N.B. Matthiesen, J.R. Østergaard, C.C. Bach, V. Hjortdal, T.B. Henriksen

ABS 34. THE DOSE-EFFECT RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN GESTATIONAL AGE AND SEVERE SCHOOL DIFFICULTIES – A DANISH POPULATION-BASED REGISTER STUDY • R. Wiingreen, G. Greisen, J. Svensson, B.M. Hansen

ABS 35. RISK FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH MORTALITY AT THE LIMIT OF VIABILITY • S. Zeballos Sarrato, N. González Pacheco, I. Pescador Chamorr, A. Rodriguez Sánchez de la Blanca, M. Sánchez Luna

ABS 36. TRENDS IN MORTALITY RATES AT THE LIMIT OF VIABILITY IN THE LAST DECADE • S. Zeballos Sarrato, G. Zeballos Sarrato, I. Pescador Chamorro, A, Rodriguez, S. Villar Castro, M. Sánchez Luna

ABS 37. TEMPORAL TRENDS IN PRETERM INFANT MORTALITY OVER THE LAST 15 YEARS (2001-2015), WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO 23 WEEK GESTATION INFANTS. RESULTS FROM A UK SINGLE CENTRE CASE SERIES WITH COMPARISON TO THE VERMONT OXFORD NETWORK • A. Doerr, D. Odd

ABS 38. TRENDS IN MAJOR MORBIDITY RATES AT THE LIMIT OF VIABILITY IN THE LAST DECADE • S. Zeballos Sarrato, A. Rodriguez Sánchez de la Blanca, S. Villar Castro, C. Ramos Navarro, G. Zeballos Sarrato, M. Sánchez Luna

ABS 39. IMPACT OF ELECTIVE CAESARIAN SECTION ON NEONATAL RETRIEVAL IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA DURING A 12 YEAR PERIOD • A. Tho, S. Resnick, J.W. Davis

ABS 40. FEMORAL PULSE EXAMINATION’S ABILITY TO PREDICT COARCTATION OF THE AORTA • F. Khammari Nystroem, S. Johansson, O. Stephansson, M. Altman

ABS 41. PREDICTING DEVELOPMENTAL OUTCOMES IN EXTREMELY LOW BIRTH WEIGHT INFANTS: A STATISTICAL LEARNING APPROACH • C. Keogh, B. Arthurs, S. Atikah, P. Carr, N. Grayson, E. Horgan, E. Moran, S. O’Regan, E. Molloy

ABS 42. A REGISTRY-BASED DESCRIPTIVE ANALYSIS OF END STAGE RENAL DISEASE AND RENAL REPLACEMENT THERAPY IN SWEDISH NEONATES • S. Nolbrant, O. Andersson, B. Hallberg, L. Sartz

ABS 43. PAEDIATRIC HEAD TRAUMA IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT • E. Ryan, T. Bolger, I. Okafor, M. Barrett, E. Molloy


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2nd Congress of joint European Neonatal Societies; jENS 2017; Venice; 2017; Session “Epidemiology and Networks”

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