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2005 Spring Programme

17th March 2005

Royal Institute of British Architects, Portland Place, London

Abstracts published in Early Human Development 2005;81:711-720.

9.30 Coffee

Chairman: Howard Clarke

10.00 David Talbert
Paroxysmal cough injury as a cause of retinal and subdural bleeding in infants

10.15 Geraint Lee
Identifying tissue acidosis in extremely low birthweight infants: hypoalbuminaemia is a confounding factor

10.30 Gaurav Gaiha
Surfactant proteins A and D bind to the gp120 protein of HIV and modulate its interaction with T cell receptor CD4

10.45 Lawrence Armstrong
Protein binding of cortisol in term infants at birth

11.00 Coffee

Chairman: Helen Budge

11.30 E L Thomas
Proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy shows increased intrahepatocellular lipid content in preterm infants at term

11.45 David Carmichael
Investigating the acute metabolic response to hypoxia and infection in a chicken embryo model of perinatal brain injury

Chairman: The President, Professor Andrew Wilkinson

12.00 – 13.00 The McCance Lecture 1: Professor Mark Hanson, British Heart Foundation, Professor of Cardiovascular Science, Centre for Developmental Origins of Health & Disease, University of Southampton, UK
Developmental origins of health and disease: concepts, mechanisms and implications

13.00 – 14.30 Lunch

Chairman: Anoo Jain

14.30 Chandrima Roy
A case control study of neonatal proteinuria following pre-eclampsia (PE)

14.45 Bibian Ofoegbu
Use of nasal continuous positive airway pressure for neonatal back transfer

15.00 Jaideep Singh
“Volume targeted” ventilation In preterm infants – a randomised controlled trial

15.15 Fiona McCrosson
Changes in composition of expressed breast milk over the first month post-partum from a Scottish population in 2004

15.30 Tea

Chairman: The President, Professor Andrew Wilkinson

16.00 The McCance Lecture 2: Professor Ola Saugstad, Professor of Paediatrics, Department of Paediatric Research, Rikshospitalet, Oslo, Norway
Air versus 100% oxygen for resuscitation of asphyxiated infants: time to decide

17.00 Drinks and close of meeting

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