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

Journal of Pediatric and Neonatal Individualized Medicine. 2017;6(2):e060243-e060243 DOI 10.7363/060243

 

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Journal Title: Journal of Pediatric and Neonatal Individualized Medicine

ISSN: 2281-0692 (Online)

Publisher: Hygeia Press di Corridori Marinella

LCC Subject Category: Medicine: Pediatrics

Country of publisher: Italy

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<p><strong>Selected Abstracts of the 2<sup>nd</sup> Congress of joint European Neonatal Societies (jENS 2017); Venice (Italy); October 31-November 4, 2017</strong></p><p>58<sup>th</sup> ESPR Annual Meeting, 7<sup>th</sup> International Congress of UENPS, 3<sup>rd</sup> International Congress of EFCNI</p><p>ORGANIZING INSTITUTIONS<br />European Society for Paediatric Research (ESPR), European Society for Neonatology (ESN), Union of European Neonatal &amp; Perinatal Societies (UENPS), European Foundation for the Care of Newborn Infants (EFCNI)</p><p>ORGANIZING COMMITTEE<br />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)</p><p>SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE<br />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</p><p><strong>Session "Neonatal Hematology and Bilirubin"</strong></p><p>ABS 1. PROLONGED JAUNDICE SCREENING: FULL BLOOD COUNT (FBC) OR NO FBC! • N. Storring, R. Doherty, V. Ponnusamy</p><p>ABS 2. EFFECT OF PROBIOTIC SUPPLEMENTATION ON BREAST MILK JAUNDICE • N. Koksal, O. Bagcı, H. Ozkan, I. Varal, P. Dogan</p><p>ABS 3. LABORATORY FINDINGS, DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF THE NEWBORN ADMITTED DUE TO HEMATEMESIS OR BLOODY STOOL IN 11 YEARS • I. Hokuto, Y. Ito, T. Mori, S. Komachi</p><p>ABS 4. AN UNUSUAL CAUSE OF CYANOSIS: SEVERE METHEMOGLOBINEMIA IN A PRETERM INFANT WITH SEPSIS • F. Bakar, M. Berber</p><p>ABS 5. THE INFLUENCE OF INTRAUTERINE TRANSFUSION ON THE OUTCOMES OF NEWBORNS WITH SEVERE HEMOLYTIC DISEASE • E. Balashova, O. Bystrykh, T. Fedorova, O. Ionov, A. Kirtbaya, D. Sharafutdinova, V. Zubkov, D. Degtyarev, O. Horoshkeeva, N. Fedorova, N. Tetruashvili, K. Kostukov, N. Karetnikova</p><p>ABS 6. PATCHED SKIN BILIRUBIN ASSAY TO MONITOR EXTREMELY PRETERM NEONATES UNDERGOING PHOTOTHERAPY • D. De Luca, V. Dell’Orto</p><p>ABS 7. A PRETERM MODEL OF HYPERBILIRUBINEMIA-INDUCED CEREBELLAR DYSFUNCTION • C.F. Bearer, M. He, J.F. Watchko, J.M. Simard, N. Tang</p><p>ABS 8. PHYSIOLOGIC FREE BILIRUBIN REDISTRIBUTES L1 CELL ADHESION MOLECULE (L1) IN LIPID RAFTS • N. Tang, M. He, J.F. Watchko, C.F. Bearer</p><p>ABS 9. RETICULOCYTE HEMOGLOBIN CONTENT AS AN EARLY INDEX OF IRON DEFICIENCY IN NEONATAL PERIOD • P. Karagianni, E. Chatzitoliou, V. Antari, M. Lithoxopoulou, G. Mitsiakos, C. Tsakalidis, A. Kioumi, V. Soubasi</p><p>ABS 10. PREDICTION OF MAJOR BLEEDING IN EXTREMELY LOW BIRTH WEIGHT INFANTS (&lt; 1,000 g) BY SEQUENTIAL COAGULATION MONITORING • M. Thanhaeuser, C. Binder, M. Kornsteiner-Krenn, U. Derhaschnig, B. Jilma, A. Repa, A. Berger, N. Haiden</p><p>ABS 11. IV FLUID SUPPLEMENTATION IN SEVERE NEONATAL HYPERBILIRUBINEMIA: YES OR NO • M.T. Saleh, S. El Doory, S. Saleh, Mel. Halik</p><p>ABS 12. RIGHT SUBCLAVIAN ARTERY THROMBOSIS. A CASE REPORT • G. Uclés, T. Fuentes, R. Villarino, M. González-Valcárcel, A. Martínez</p><p>ABS 13. RISK FACTORS FOR PORTAL VENOUS THROMBOSIS IN NEWBORNS: A RET­RO­SPECTIVE STUDY • A. Zanin, M. Colella, C. Farnoux, S. Soudee, M. Leport, R. Stern, O. Bequet, M. Alison, V. Biran, O. Baud</p><p>ABS 14. COMPARISONS BETWEEN TRANSCUTANEOUS BILIRUBINOMETRY, POINT-OF-CARE WHOLE BLOOD BILIRUBIN AND TOTAL PLASMA BILIRUBIN MEASUREMENT IN NEONATES • K. Palmkvist Kaijser, C. Backman Johansson, K. Hemse Nojd, C. Bemgard, K. Kjellson, G. Marchini</p><p>ABS 15. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PLASMA LEVELS OF BILIRUBIN AND OXIDANT/ANTIOXIDANT STATUS IN THE EARLY NEONATAL PERIOD IN PRETERM INFANTS • G.I. Zoutkamp, K. Suzuki, C.H.P. van den Akker</p><p>ABS 16. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LEUKOCYTES AND PLATELETS AND PREMATURE RETINOPATHY • V. Filip, C. Lazar</p><p>ABS 17. CONGENITAL HEPATOCELLULAR CARCI­NO­MA ASSOCIATED WITH NEONATAL HEMO­CHROMATOSIS • P. Francalanci, C. Grimaldi, M.C. Saffioti, R. Angelico, R. Boldrini, F. Callea</p><p>ABS 18. INVESTIGATION OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN UMBILICAL CORD BLOOD RMI LEVEL AND PERINATAL EVENTS • Z.E. Erdem Dursun, N. Guzoglu, D. Aliefendioglu</p><p>ABS 19. OUTCOME OF BABIES WITH SERUM BILIRUBIN LEVEL OF GREATER THAN 400 MICROMOL/L • R. Prasad, S.V. Rasiah</p><p>ABS 20. AN AUDIT OF USE OF EMERGENCY 0 NEGATIVE BLOOD IN NEONATES FOR EMERGENCY BLOOD TRANSFUSIONS AND EXCHANGE TRANSFUSIONS • P. Tormey, D. Sweetman, J. Quigley, J. Fitzgerald</p><p>ABS 21. THE COAGULATION SCREEN AS A BIO­MARKER OF NEONATAL ENCEPHALOPATHY OUT­COMES • D. Sweetman, J. Murphy, E.J. Molloy</p>