Selected Abstracts of the 8th International Congress of UENPS; Bucharest (Romania); October 3rd-5th 2018; Session “Nosocomial infections”

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Selected Abstracts of the 8th International Congress of UENPS; Bucharest (Romania); October 3rd-5th 2018; Session “Nosocomial infections”

ABS 1. DIAGNOSTIC VALUE OF HIGH-DENSITY LIPOPROTEIN AND SERUM AMYLOID A IN NEONATAL INFECTIONS – ASSOCIATIONS WITH C-REACTIVE PROTEIN AND CYTOKINES SERUM LEVELS • V. Bourika, E. Hantzi, I. Papassotiriou, A. Margelli, A. Michos, T. Siahanidou

ABS 2. EPIDEMIOLOGY OF HOSPITAL-ACQUIRED INFECTION IN PORTUGUESE NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNITS. RESULTS OF 10 YEARS OF PROSPECTIVE REGISTRATION • M.T. Neto, A. Almeida

ABS 3. ZONULIN, A MARKER OF INTESTINAL IN­TEGRITY, AND ITS CONCENTRATION IN PRE­TERM NEWBORNS IN THE FIRST DAYS OF LIFE • M. Michalec, M. Majcherczyk, A. Suchojad, A. Tarko, B. Przybył, I. Maruniak-Chudek

ABS 4. INCIDENCE AND RISK FACTORS FOR VENTILATOR-ASSOCIATED PNEUMONIA IN NEONATES • M.L. Ognean, S. Kovacs, O. Boantă, C. Zgârcea, R. Dumitra, E. Olariu, E. Decean

ABS 5. ARE EMA (EXPERT MEETING ON NEONATAL AND PEDIATRIC SEPSIS CONSENSUS 2010) CRITERIA ACCEPTABLE FOR PREDICTING SEPSIS IN NEWBORNS OR DO WE NEED NEW CRITERIA? • F. Tuzun, M. Cetinkaya, E. Yucesoy, O. Kurum, B. Cebeci, E. Cakmakcı, B. Baysal, P. Keskinoglu, A. Ozkutuk, N. Duman, H. Ozkan

ABS 6. HOSPITAL-ACQUIRED INFECTION AND MOR­TALITY IN EXTREMELY PRETERM INFANTS BORN AT < 28 WEEKS’ GESTATION: DATA FROM THE CZECH NEONATAL NETWORK • J. Smisek

ABS 7. HOSPITAL-ACQUIRED INFECTION WITH CANDIDA SPP. CAN WE DO MORE? • G. Zaharie, L. Blaga, M. Hasmasanu, V. Obada, D. Rusu, T. Drugan, A. Cutas, T. Zaharie, D. Muresan, M. Matyas

ABS 8. DISORDERS OF COAGULATION IN PRETERM AND TERM NEONATES DURING THE ACUTE PHASE AND AT THE RESOLUTION OF SEPSIS: PRELIMINARY RESULTS • P. Papadogeorgou, S. Valsami, N. Iacovidou, M. Boutsikou, Th. Boutsikou, M. Politou, H. Platokouki, E. Bouza

ABS 9. EXTREMELY RARE DISEASE OF NEONATE MIMICKING SEPSIS AND NECROTISING ENTEROCOLITIS • S. Peciuliene, L. Tamuliene, A. Liubsys, R. Garunkstiene, E. Ivanauskaite-Didziokiene

ABS 10. HOSPITAL ACQUIRED INFECTIONS IN NEONATES WITH CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE UNDERGOING CARDIAC SURGERY: RISK FACTORS AND IMPACT ON EARLY OUTCOME • M. Prapa, X. Agrogianni, S. Tzalavra, A. Kourtesis, K. Chatzikonstantinou

ABS 11. INCIDENCE OF HOSPITAL-ACQUIRED IN­FEC­TIONS IN VERY LOW BIRTH WEIGHT NEONATES IN A NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT DURING A 15 MONTH PERIOD • A. Kapetanaki, E. Zorou, K. Dritsakou, M. Tzaki

ABS 12. KARYOLOGICAL INDICES OF THE BUCCAL EPITHELIUM CELLS IN PRETERM CHILDREN WITH NEONATAL SEPSIS DEPENDING ON THE GEOCHEMICAL FEATURES OF THEIR MOTHERS’ PLACE OF RESIDENCE • L. Bezrukov, О. Koloskova, О. Vlasova, L. Koliubakina

ABS 13. NOSOCOMIAL INFECTION IN THE NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT OF MONASTIR (TUNISIA) • F.Z. Chioukh, T. Khemis, K.A. Chaabane, I. Dhouibi, K. Ben Ameur, H. Ben Hmida, M. Bizid, K. Monastiri

ABS 14. VENTILATOR-ASSOCIATED PNEUMONIA IN NEONATES BORN BEFORE 28 WEEKS OF GESTATION AT A NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT: A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY • D. Szpecht, M. Szymankiewicz, J. Gadzinowski

ABS 15. CANDIDA SEPSIS AND MYCOTIC ENDO­CARDITIS IN AN EXTREMELY PREMATURE NEWBORN, A CASE REPORT AND LITERATURE REVIEW • M. Bucat, A. Papazovska Cherepnalkovski, L. Brajkovic, I. Furlan, M. Druzic, M. Budimir, V. Pavlov

ABS 16. DIAGNOSTIC UTILITY OF DELTA NEUTROPHIL INDEX AS A MARKER FOR NEONATAL SEPSIS • A. Melekoglu, S. Yasar, M. Keskin

ABS 17. INCIDENCE OF HEALTHCARE-ASSOCIATED INFECTIONS IN A LEVEL III NICU: A FIVE-YEAR SURVEILLANCE STUDY • T. Pereira, T. Pinheiro, T. Caldeira

ABS 18. NEONATAL INFECTIONS IN TWINS BORN UNDER 32 WEEKS OF GESTATION • M.A. Grebenişan, M. Cucerea

ABS 19. A NEWBORN CASE DIAGNOSED WITH OSTEOMYELITIS DUE TO LATE NEONATAL SEPSIS • A. Melekoglu

ABS 20. AUDIT OF COMPLIANCE WITH ASEPTIC TECHNIQUES IN THE NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT OF EL-RAML PEDIATRIC HOSPITAL • M. Abu Shady, M. Elhady, R. Ibrahim

ABS 21. SEPSIS-LIKE MANIFESTATION IN PARA­TES­TICULAR ABSCESS – CASE PRESENTATION • R. Santa, L. Zahiu, M. Cucerea, M. Simon

ABS 22. SEPSIS IN INFANTS – CASE PRESENTATION • S. Tanasescu, I. Tamasan, S. Muntean, S. Isac, D. Tanasescu, L. Pop

ABS 23. NEONATAL CANDIDEMIA IN ELBW AND VLBW NEONATES IN A UK TERTIARY NICU – 8 YEAR REVIEW • P. Siddhi, S. Brown, M. Patel, M. Borooah

ABS 24. EPIDEMIOLOGY AND HEALTHCARE FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH COAGULASE NEGATIVE STAPHYLOCOCCAL INFECTIONS AND RE­SIS­TANCE PATTERN OVER 9 YEARS • S. Jayasekara, A. Cardoso Pinto, M. Fedeles, S. Pattnayak

ABS 25. INTRAPARTUM ANTIMICROBIAL PROPHY­LAXIS AFFECTS EARLY-GUT BIFIDOBAC­TERIUM POPULATIONS IN HEALTHY NEONATES • G. Solís, S. Arboleya, M. Suárez, N. Fernández, L. Mantecón, A. Nogacka, C. Milani, C.G. de los Reyes-Gavilán, M. Ventura, M. Gueimonde

ABS 26. METAGENOMICS ANALYSIS DISCLOSES THE IMPACT OF INTRAPARTUM ANTIMICROBIAL PROPHYLAXIS IN THE EARLY MICROBIOME • G. Solís, M. Suárez, N. Fernández, L. Mantecón, S. Arboleya, A. Nogacka, C. Milani, C.G. de los Reyes-Gavilán, M. Ventura, M. Gueimonde

ABS 27. POINT PREVALENCE SURVEY ON ANTIBIOTIC USE IN PORTUGUESE NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNITS • M.T. Neto, A. Almeida, A. Pereira, A.L. Maia, C. Resende, L. Martins, E. Mendes, M. Abrantes, M. Cabral, M. Marçal, M. Tuna, O. Voutsen, S. Pissarra, T. Caldeira, T. Cezanne, T. Jacinto

ABS 28. ANTIBIOTIC USE IN A LEVEL III NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT: WHAT CAN BE DONE TO DO BETTER • T. Caldeira, T. Pereira, G. Loureiro, T. Andrade

ABS 29. EXTENDED SPECTRUM BETA-LACTAMASES PRODUCING STRAINS OF KLEBSIELLA – COLONISATION VERSUS INFECTION. EXPERIENCE OF A TERTIARY CENTER • G.I. Zonda, L. Păduraru, A.L. Avasiloaiei, M. Moscalu, A. Tudose, M. Stamatin


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Selected Abstracts of the 8th International Congress of UENPS; Bucharest (Romania); October 3rd-5th 2018; Session “Nosocomial infections”; nosocomial infections

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