Neo-Resus: The Physiology of Transitional Support with Optimal Cord Clamping

Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear
Friday, 31 March 2017


8:45 - Registration

9:30 - Introduction and Welcome - Dr David Hutchon 

Session 1 

9:40 - Dr Anup Katheria 
Resuscitation during delayed cord clamping. Motherside ventilation of the neonate of the LifeStart trolley.

10:05 - Dr Ronny Knol

Motherside ventilation of the neonate with the ConCord trolley.

10:30 - George Brooks
Resuscitation with the cord intact, making it happen; one NHS trust’s experience.

10:55 - Coffee break (demonstration of resuscitation with cord intact on mannequins available) 

11:30 - Margaret Thomas 
Introduction of routine motherside neonatal resuscitation with the LifeStart trolley in a tertiary maternity unit. 

11:55 - Judith Mercer 

Resuscitation with intact cord after Nuchal Cord and Shoulder Dystocia.

12:20 - Discussion of mornings presentations with speakers on the stage

12:45 - Lunch (demonstration of resuscitation with cord intact on mannequins available) 

Session 2

13:45 Submitted papers (10 mins x 3 - 4) 

14:10 - Professor Karen Fairchild
Ventilating during delayed cord clamping: How hard can it be? Multicentre trial of VentFirst pole.

14:35 - Hannah Tizard
Blood to baby campaign

14:55 - Karen Strange 
Effective neonatal resuscitation training: Leaving the cord intact in the low tech environment.

15:20 Tea break (demonstration of resuscitation with cord intact on mannequins available) 

15:40 - Discussion and questions session 2 

16:30 - Closing remarks 

RCPCH has approved this activity for CPD in accordance with the current RCPCH CPD Guidelines.


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