Past Event

3rd Edition Transport of High Risk Infants

31 August – 2 September 2017
Oxford, United Kingdom
 

Infant and neonatal Transport has largely developed over the past 25 years becoming a cornerstone of the modern perinatal medicine. Centralization of high risk deliveries is highly beneficial to neonatal outcomes although it will be never fully achieved making Neonatal Transport efficiency a invaluable resource.

In addition, new diagnostic and therapeutic options (i.e hypothermia) will render neonatal intensive care centers together with neonatal transport medicine a continuously evolving discipline. Our meeting will focus on many related topics, with special regard to emerging clinical problems, organizational issues, equipments, safety, cost effectiveness, medico-legal implications in the aim to establish high quality standards.

A specific effort of the meeting will be devoted to reach higher levels of knowledge and skills in order to draw a framework for future practice.

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