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Abstract Submission

for the Spring Meeting 2023

Submission by 5pm GMT on 10th Feb 2023


Scientific meetings are held three times a year. Members and non-members who work in clinical and non-clinical disciplines related to perinatal medicine are welcome at all our meetings. 

Spring 2023

10th March, RSM London

Summer 2023

29 - 30th June, Bristol

Autumn 2023

9th November, RSM London

Fahad Thodika presents data from KCL on RFM and end-tidal CO2. Is addition of early ET-CO2 at birth helpful during resusciation at predicting adverse outcomes in infants <34w? Paired with SpO2 their retrospective study suggests assoc. with IVH. Real finding with small study?

Could video be used as an adjunct to help diagnosis of seizures with CFM monitoring where full EEG not available - interesting findings and images of the application in use presented by Yesenia Santana from Royal London Hospital. Possibilities for more remote diagnosis?

Haoxuan Zhang from UCL presenting associations of broadband NIRS predicting binary outcome (good/poor) for HIE. Perhaps needs comparison with other methodologies including EEG and other biomarkers and across a spectrum of outcomes?

Session 5 coming up at this excellent Autumn meeting of the Neonatal Society - three original research papers all exploring technological approaches to newborn care - this tweeter is excited so join us soon! Is there a way to improve the CFM for example....?

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