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Tuesday April 4, 2023 | 15:00PM - 16:00PM CET

Implementing physiological-based cord clamping at St. Antonius hospital for newborns ≥32 weeks GA

Dr. Mirjam Kleinhout and Dr. Jeske Kooijman

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In this Concord Talk, Dr. Kleinhout and Dr. Kooijman will share their experience on the implementation and the use of the three Concord Birth Trolley's at the St. Antonius Hospital in The Netherlands. The first hospital with a level 2 neonatal care unit worldwide to implement the Concord Birth Flow. Dr. Kleinhout and Dr. Kooijman will be sharing their considerations and motivations for adopting the Concord Birth Flow, the key learnings gained with their team during the implementation process,and today's clinical experience using the Concord Birth Trolley.

Dr. Mirjam Kleinhout and Dr. Jeske Kooijman

Dr. Mirjam Kleinhout is a Neonatologist and Dr. Jeske Kooijman is a Gyneacologist at the St. Antonius hospital in The Netherlands. They are the initiators for immplementing the Concord Birth Flow at their hospital.

Dr. Mirjam Kleinhout and Dr. Jeske Kooijman

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Zero separation - Implementing safe delivery room cuddles as part of standard care for preterm babies

dr. Aniko Deierl

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In this Concord Talk, Dr. Deierl will be sharing the experience of her hospital with implementing delivery room cuddles of preterm infants < 32 wks as standard of care, including the concept, feasibility, safety and parental feedback.

How to implement the Concord Birth Flow: Sharing the experience of >35 successful implementations

Björn Valentijn

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The implementation of Physiological-Based Cord Clamping / Intact Cord Stabilization involves changes in workflow for multidisciplinary teams. Additionally equipment and workplace decisions need to be made considering available room infrastructure. In this Talk, Bjorn Valentijn will share his experience of implementing the Concord Birth Flow in over 35 hospitals in 8 countries in Europe and provide guidance on things to consider before implementing the Concord Birth Flow.

The cord is key: Why and how to perform Physiological-Based Cord Clamping

Prof. Mario Rüdiger

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Learn about ideas innovating the Future of Neonatal Care. In this Concord Talk Prof. Mario Rüdiger will be speaking on “The cord is key: Why and how to perform Physiological-Based Cord Clamping” and Dr. Tim Antonius, who will be speaking about “How can technology help a baby to get the best start possible”.

First PBCC outcome data from Belgium, the Antwerp experience

Dr. Ilse van Horebeek

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After implementing Physiological-Based Cord Clamping one year ago, Sint-Augustinus hospital will be presenting their first outcome data. Dr. Ilse van Horebeek is presenting their experience with implementing the Concord Birth Flow, what is achieved during the past year and how this translates in their first outcome data.

Case Studies Physiological-Based Cord Clamping

Concord Community members

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In this Concord Talk, three Concord Community members will share their knowledge and experience and discuss remarkable case studies:

  • Dr. Silke Brodkorb, München Klink: Neonate with hydrops
  • Dr. Neirude Lissone, Maastricht UMC: Preterm neonate with a chylothorax
  • Dr. Katharina Schwendener-Scholl, Luzerner Kantonsspital: Term neonate with a large cyctic CPAM

Each of the speaker will be discussing the specific case, how the team prepared, discuss the workflow and lessons learned. There will be plenty of time for questions and discussions.

Nurturescience, and the case of Zero Separation

Dr. Nils Bergman

About this talk

Nurturescience is derived out of the latest insights in developmental neuroscience. In this Concord Talk, Dr. Bergman wil clarify and present the key aspects that constitute nurturescience, followed by the science behind Zero Separation and the adverse consequences of maternal-infant separation.

Expert meeting on intact cord resuscitation

Dr. Anup Katheria, Prof. Arjan te Pas, Dr. Ola Andersson

About this talk

In this meeting our three experts will discuss and answer many of the frequently asked questions on physiological-based cord clamping and intact cord resuscitation. There will be a full hour of discussion, allowing you to ask any question you have on this topic.

Practical aspects of implementing PBCC: The Josefinum Experience

Dr. Magdziarz, Dr. Horsinka and Dr. Praus

About this talk

In this Concord Talk, obstetrician Dr. Birgitt Magdziarz and neonatologists Dr. Sibylle Horsinka and Dr. Alexander Praus, will share their considerations and motivations for adopting the Concord Birth Flow, the key learnings gained in the implementation process, and their first-hand clinical experience using the Concord Birth Trolly.

Optimal cord clamping: How long should we wait?

Prof. Judith S Mercer

About this talk

In this Concord Talk, prof. Mercer will share her latest insights on optimal cord management at the time of birth, focusing on what the cord blood offers to the newborn and how the placenta helps the newborn adjust to life after birth when there is a long wait to clamp the cord.

The Concord Birth Flow is setting sail in Bremen

Dr. Hans Thorsten Körner

About this talk

In this Concord Talk, Dr. Körner will share with you his considerations and motivations for adopting the Concord Birth Flow, the key learnings he gained with his team in the implementation process, and of course his first-hand clinical experience using the Concord Birth Trolly.

Physiological-Based Cord Clamping in clinical practice

Dr. Cahit Birdir and Prof. Mario Rüdiger

About this talk

Why is it important to wait with clamping the umbilical cord until the baby is breathing? And can this be done in clinical practice? Prof. Mario Rüdiger and Dr. Cahit Birdir will explain the physiology of umbilical cord management and the benefits of Physiological-Based Cord Clamping from the perspective of neonatology and obstetrics. They will share their experience of implementing and performing Physiological-Based Cord Clamping as a team, at the Center for Fetal Neonatal Health in Dresden.

Practical aspects of implementing PBCC: The Graz experience

Dr. Nina Höller, Prof. Berndt Urlesberger & Team Graz

About this talk

In this Concord Talk, Dr. Nina Höller, Prof. Berndt Urlesberger and the neonatology team from the University Hospital Graz will be sharing why and how they have implemented Physiological-Based Cord Clamping with the Concord Birth Trolley, and how they are performing 1.5 years after implementation, including practical aspects, experiences and key learnings.

Expert Panel: PBCC with the Concord Birth Trolley

Prof. I. Reiss, Prof. B. Urlesberger, Prof. M. Rüdiger, Dr.med. F. Kipfmüller

About this talk

In this expert panel meeting, we translate the science of physiological-based cord clamping into clinical practice. Four leading neonatologists will share their hospitals' experiences introducing and implementing physiological-based cord clamping with the Concord Birth Trolley, in term and preterm infants. Recording in German language with English subtitles.

Intact cord resuscitation - are we ready to start implementing?

Dr. Ola Andersson

About this talk

More and more studies on the procedure of Intact Cord Resuscitation emerge. In this Talk, Dr. Ola Andersson will discuss whether we are sure enough of the positive effects to start implementing the procedure in term infants, or if, and what more could be needed.

Physiological-Based Cord Clamping: An obstetrician's view

Dr. Philip DeKoninck

About this talk

In this Talk, Dr. DeKoninck will evaluate Physiological-Based Cord Clamping from the viewpoint of obstetrics. He will be sharing the latest scientific evidence, addressing general concerns the obstetric teams may have, and give valuable tips and tricks when implementing stabilization with an intact cord.

Clinical aspects of stabilization at birth with intact umbilical cord

Drs. Ronny Knol, and parent Bram Dees

About this talk

During this Concord Talk, Ronny Knol will educate us on the practical aspects how to aerate the lungs and stabilize the baby before clamping the umbilical cord, in accordance with ERC NLS 2021, and he will share feedback from involved caregivers and parents. Special guest, Bram Dees, will share his experience as a parent of the birth of his daughter Lara, who was supported on the Concord Birth Trolley at Erasmus MC.

Physiological-based cord clamping: Shared care, where the baby decides, is key.

Prof. Dr. Arjan te Pas

About this talk

In this Concord Talk, Prof. Arjan te Pas will educate us what the key success factors are when incorporating cord clamping into stabilisation of preterm infants and share the experiences of his clinic in practicing physiological-based cord clamping for over 4 years.

Don’t cut the cord until the baby is ready: The science behind umbilical cord management at birth.

Prof. Stuart Hooper

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In this educational talk, Prof. Hooper will explain the physiology of transition at birth and the science behind the timing of umbilical cord clamping; built on scientific research and completed with everyday case studies of neonates in need of support.

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