Recorded: EIP 2021 ● Language: English ● Duration: 110 minutes Topic: Pediatric Neonatology

Moderator: Roland Hentschel

Presentation 1: The Neurocognitive Outcome of Preterm Infants: Trends and Actual Data
Roland Hentschel (DE)
Learning Objectives: (1) Learn about the risk profile of preterm infants with regard to poor long-term outcomes. (2) Understand the relevance of preterm morbidity for long-term sequelae concerning different organs and organ systems. (3) Notice the need for developmental tests and supportive measures at different stages during the whole childhood.

Presentation 2: The Diagnosis and Misdiagnosis of Status Epilepticus in Infants
Evelina Carapancea (BE)
Learning Objectives: (1) Understanding the importance of etiology in status epilepticus in infants (2) Learn about the EEG monitoring that could be used in the diagnosis and treatment of status epilepticus (3) Recognizing the mimickers of status epilepticus

Presentation 3: Therapeutic Hypothermia after Perinatal Asphyxia
Hemmen Sabir (DE)
Learning Objectives: (1) Understand the different etiologies of neonatal encephalopathies and the clinical presentation (2) Learn about the stages of hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy and potential neuroprotective treatment options (3) Know what the criteria are for the onset of therapeutic hypothermia and what the limitations are
nates. (2) Review evidence-based guidance concerning pharmacological and non-pharmacological measures (3) Consider evidence-based individualized analgosedation approaches.