3D Tissue Models
Neonatal Pharmacology
Hyatt Regency San Francisco
5 Embarcadero Center, San Francisco, CA 94111
San Francisco, California
Neonatal Nutrition

Optimal nutritional support of the neonate remains a challenge and continues to evolve. Research confirms that effects range from short-term growth to long-term neurodevelopmental consequences. This Preconference will provide insights into evidence-based nutritional management and emerging strategies that will help provide the best possible outcomes for these fragile neonates.

This Preconference will enable you to:

    * Identify the importance of specific vitamins and minerals and how best to provide the recommended amounts.
    * Evaluate TPN components and potential complications of long-term use.
    * Describe strategies to maximize nutritional management after discharge.

Registrations must include full tuition payment to be accepted. Registrations faxed without payment will not be processed. Confirmation is sent by email if your completed registration form and payment are received one week before the conference begins. Since conference registration and hotel rooms are limited, early registration is advised.


Schedule of Presentations:

Thursday, June 16, 2011
07:00:00 Preconference Registration | Exhibits
08:00:00 Nutrients That Affect Early Brain Development Michael K. Georgieff
08:45:00 Prebiotics & Probiotics | Making Sense of the Bacterial Soup Jae H. Kim
09:30:00 Refreshment Break | Exhibits
10:00:00 Forging Iron Delivery | Strategies to Meet Preemie Needs Michael K. Georgieff
10:45:00 Vitamin D | Exactly How Much Does a Neonate Need? Ian J. Griffin
11:30:00 Questions and Discussion
12:00:00 Lunch Break
13:00:00 Optimizing the Delivery of Parenteral Nutrition
13:45:00 TPN Cholestasis | Finding Flow Jae H. Kim
14:30:00 Refreshment Break | Exhibits
15:00:00 Post Discharge Nutrition | Minimum Effort, Maximum Effect Ian J. Griffin
15:45:00 Gastroesophageal Reflux | What's New in Bringing Up Baby Jae H. Kim
16:30:00 Questions and Discussion
17:00:00 Adjourn
Friday, June 17, 2011
07:00:00 Main Conference Registration | Exhibits
08:00:00 The Pregnant Diabetic | The Importance of Timely Control for the Offspring
09:00:00 Perinatal Medications | Effects on the Neonate
09:45:00 Refreshment Break | Exhibits
10:15:00 Chronic Maternal CNS Medications Including SSRIs | Transient and Teratological Neonatal Effects
11:00:00 Clinical Management of Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome
11:45:00 Questions and Discussion
12:15:00 Hypotension | How is It Defined, When is It Important, When Should We Treat? Shahab Noori
12:15:00 Lunch Break
13:30:00 Treatment Options for PDA | To Treat or Not to Treat - First Do No Harm Ronald I. Clyman
15:00:00 Refreshment Break | Exhibits
15:30:00 Diuretic Use in the Neonate | Pharmacokinetic Considerations and Electrolyte Supplementation
16:15:00 Update on Cardiovascular Therapies | Optimizing Cardiovascular Function in Infants with Pulmonary Hypertension and/or Respiratory Failure Shahab Noori
17:00:00 Questions and Discussion
17:30:00 Adjourn
Saturday, June 18, 2011
08:00:00 The ABCs of Avastin for ROP
08:45:00 Optimizing the Use of Opiates
09:30:00 Refreshment Break
10:00:00 Withdrawing from Pain Medications
10:45:00 Skin Deep | The Role of Skin and Skin Care in Preventing Infection Carolyn Lund
11:30:00 Questions and Discussion
12:00:00 Lunch Break
13:00:00 Rational Dosing of Antimicrobial Drugs: Introduction to Pharmacokinetics | Pharmacodynamics Kelly C. Wade
13:15:00 New Antibiotic Dosing and Safety Information for the NICU Population Brian Smith
14:10:00 Viral Therapies on the Horizon Kelly C. Wade
15:05:00 Refreshment Break
15:20:00 Antifungal Dosing for Hospitalized Neonates Brian Smith
16:15:00 Questions and Discussion
17:00:00 Adjourn
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