Tuesday June 8, 2021 | 15:00PM - 16:00PM CET
Dr. Ola Andresson has gained a lot of experience in implenmenting and providing Intact Cord Resuscitation in late preterm and term infants. He is well known for the publication of the NEPCORD III trial in Kathmandu, Nepal. In this Talk he will educate us on the benefits of providing intact cord resuscitation in this group of newborns.
Dr. Ola Andersson is a senior consultant in Neonatology at Skånes University hospital and is associate professor at Lund University. His main research area of interest is transition at birth, as the newborn adapts to extrauterine life. Dr. Andersson published several papers on the effect of keeping the umbilical cord intact for more than three minutes.
Dr. Philip DeKoninck
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.
Drs. Ronny Knol, and parent Bram Dees
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.
Prof. Dr. Arjan te Pas
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.
Prof. Stuart Hooper
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.