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FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 2015
 Hall Tiergarten 1
07:00-08:30
Mediterranean Diabetes & Pregnancy Study Group
NEW INSIGHTS IN DIABETES IN PREGNANCY: SCREENING, DIAGNOSIS AND THERAPY Chairpersons: Miroslava Gojnic Dugalic, Serbia; Annunziata Lapolla, Italy 
07:00-07:10 Introduction
Miroslava Gojnic Dugalic, Serbia
   
07:10-07:20 Capabilities and limitations of ultrasonography in diagnosis and management of gestational diabetes mellitus
Milan Perovic, Serbia
   
07:20-07:30 Artificial fetal lung maturation in gestational diabetes - State of the art practice
Miroslava Gojnic Dugalic, Serbia
   
07:30-07:40 Current management and perinatal outcome for diabetes in pregnancy
Marina Ivanisevic, Croatia
   
07:40-07:50
TBA
Katarina Lalic, Serbia
   
07:50-08:00 Antepartum and early post-partum predictors of type 2 diabetes development in women with gestational diabetes mellitus
Annunziata Lapolla, Italy
   
08:00-08:10 New insight on Insulin pump therapy in diabetes pregnancies
Nebojsa Lalic, Serbia
   
08:10-08:20
The pros and cons of noninvasive prenatal testing
The-Hung Bui, Sweden
   
08:20-08:30 Diabetes and pregnancy: diagnostic criteria, Therapeutic goals and approaches in glycemic control
before and during pregnancy
Aleksandra Jotic, Serbia
   
Hall Tiergarten 2 
08:00-09:00
Israeli Diabetes & Pregnancy Interest Group
(This Meeting will be conducted in Hebrew)
בכדי לצפות בתוכנית אנא לחצו כאן
 
 
 
Hall Tiergarten 3 
08:00-09:00
IADPSG Research Roundtable
 
 
IADPSG will hold a Research Roundtable. This will be a very informal meeting to help determine our next research priority. Areas to consider will include a risk engine to help modify the risk associated with any particular late pregnancy GTT; prepregnancy planning and the postpartum follow-up of GDM. We will update on the most recent project "the uniform outcome paper”, the Israeli implementation of the new diagnostic criteria, the FIGO uniform criteria and other topics of interest including, or especially, those raised by those attending the meeting.
   
HALL A
Session 10
08:00-09:10
Guten Morgen Berlin
SYMPOSIUM ON PREDICTION AND PREVENTION IN MATERNAL FETAL MEDICINE
Chairpersons: Joachim Dudenhausen, Qatar; Donald R. Coustan, USA
08:00-08:20
The fetal medicine hypothesis: Prediction and prevention of pregnancy induced complications in the 1st trimester
Leona Poon, UK
   
08:20-08:30
Prevention of stillbirth
Jason Gardosi, UK
   
08:30-08:40
A randomized study to prevent the metabolic syndrome and hypertensive disorders in a low income Caribbean country
Enrico Ferrazzi, Italy
   
08:40-08:50
Prevention and Personalized Medicine – are there incentives for a public non for profit organization?
Nicky Lieberman, Israel
   
08:50-09:00
Merging the Pedersen and Freinkel Hypothesis (Maternal) to the Nicolaides Pyramid of Pregnancy Care Hypothesis (Fetal) –
At last maternal medicine meets fetal medicine
Moshe Hod, Israel
   
09:00-09:10 Discussion
   
Hall A
Session 11
09:10-11:10
NEW TECHNOLOGIES IN DIABETIC PREGNANCY
Chairpersons: Helmut Kleinwechter, Germany; Graziano Di Cianni, Italy
09:10-09:50
Key note lecture:
Diabetes in pregnancy and new technologies: Tight control for type 1 pregnancy with automatic insulin suspension
Ohad Cohen, Israel
   
09:50-10:10 Closed-Loop in Diabetic Pregnancy: How much longer do we have to wait?
Helen Murphy, UK
   
10:10-10:30
Managing diabetes in pregnancy for women treated with CSII
Angela Napoli, Italy
   
 
ONGOING STUDIES
10:30-10:40 Effectiveness of continuous glucose monitoring during diabetic pregnancy; GlucoMOMs
Inge Evers, The Netherlands
   
10:40-10:50 Continuous Glucose Monitoring in Women With Type 1 Diabetes in Pregnancy Trial; CONCEPTT
Denice Feig, Canada
   
10:50-11:00 CGM in newborn infants of mothers with type 1 diabetes
Kathy Beardsall, UK
   
11:00-11:10 Applying CGM to better understand the glucose profiles associated with macrosomia
Eleanor Scott, UK
   
11:10-11:30
Coffee Break  (Exhibition Area)
   
 Hall Charlottenburg 3
Study Group
11:00-13:00
 Italian Diabetes & Pregnancy Study Group
HOT TOPICS OF PREGNANCY COMPLICATED BY DIABETES
Chairpersons: Graziano Di Cianni; Herbert Valensise
 
Introduction
Annunziata Lapolla; Matteo Bonomo
   
  Why and who to screen: impact of gestational diabetes on obstetric outcomes
Gian Franco Puggioni
   
 
Why and who to screen: impact of gestational diabetes on long term maternal and fetal outcomes
Basilio Pintaudi
   
 
Insulin resistance and preeclampsia
Sergio Ferrazzani
   
 
Hypertensione in diabetic pregnancy: management and therapy
Laura Sciacca
   
 
Lyphestyle intervention in the prevention of gestational diabetes
Maria Grazia Dalfrà
   
 
Insulin-sensitizing agents in the prevention of gestational diabetes
Rosario D'Anna
   
 
Conclusion
Angela Napoli
   
Hall A
 Session 12
11:30-13:30
STATE OF THE ART ON INSULIN ANALOGUES AND PREGNANCY
Chairpersons: Lois Jovanovic, USA; Moshe Hod, Israel; Annunziata Lapolla, Italy
11:30-11:50
State of the Science: We really do need insulin analogues for treatment of diabetes in pregnancy
Elisabeth Mathiesen, Denmark
   
11:50-12:10
State of the Science: Do we really need insulin analogues for treatment of diabetes in pregnancy?
David Sacks, USA
   
12:10-12:30
Scientific background: the insulin Aspart Study
David McCance, Ireland
   
12:30-12:50
Scientific background: the insulin Detemir Study
Moshe Hod, Israel
   
12:50-13:10
The insulin in pregnancy registry- The EVOLVE Study
Yoel Toledano, Israel
   
13:10-13:30
Risk of congenital anomalies after exposure to insulin analogues compared with human insulin in diabetic women; the EUROmediCAT results
Ewa Wender-Ozegowska, Poland
   
13:30-14:30
Lunch Break (Exhibition Area)
   
Hall Charlottenburg 3
13:30-14:30
Oral E-Poster Presentations
5 minutes/5 slides
Chairpersons: Federico Mecacci, Italy; Jens Stupin, Germany
13:30-13:35
Oxidative stress-induced dysregulation of retinoic acid homeostasis in embryos of diabetic pregnancy
Alisa Shum, Hong Kong
13:35-13:40
Maternal hyperglycaemia during pregnancy predicts risk of overweight in girls at 6-7 years old- follow up of hapo study in Hong Kong Centre
Wing Hung Tam, Hong Kong
13:40-13:45
Association of birth weight with adiposity and blood pressure in children: a birth cohort study
Sandra Fuchs, Brazil
13:45-13:50
Renin angiotensin system gene polymorphisms, folate related gene polymorphism and cardiovascular risk factors in pregnant women with different forms of hypertension
Vasiliy Chulkov, Russia
13:50-13:55
Influence of gene-gene interactions on preeclampsia (PE) development in pregnant women with type 1 diabetes mellitus (T1DM)
Andriy Hrybanov, Ukraine
13:55-14:00
Global metabolomic analysis by UPLC-TOF-MS for identification of predictive and prognostic biomarkers for obstetric complications
Daisuke Saigusa, Japan
14:00-14:05
Circulating adiponectin and resistin during normal pregnancy: influence on glucose metabolism and maternal adiposity
Xinhua Chen, USA
14:05-14:10
Effects of preconceptional weight loss on maternal and fetal outcome in subfertile obese women: secondary analysis of a randomized controlled trial
Anne Van Oers, The Netherlands
14:10-14:15
Glycaemic variability and its impact on fetal growth in pregnant women with type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes
Rochan Agha-Jaffar, UK
14:15-14:30 Discussion
   
in parallel 
Hall Tiergarten 1
13:30-14:30
Meet the Expert Lunch Session 5
Pre-registration required by April 1, 2015
13:30-14:10 
The use & misuse of progesterone during pregnancy
Eduardo Fonseca, Brazil
14:10-14:30 Q&A and Discussion
   
in parallel
Hall Tiergarten 2
13:30-14:30
 Meet the Experts Lunch Session 6
Pre-registration required by April 1, 2015
13:30-14:10  
NIPT- advantages vs. limitations
The-Hung Bui, Sweden & Yuval Yaron, Israel
   
14:10-14:30 Q&A and Discussion
   
in parallel
Hall Tiergarten 3
13:30-14:30
 Meet the Expert Lunch Session 7
Pre-registration required by April 1, 2015
13:30-14:10  
When and how to deliver the IUGR fetus
Ahmet Baschat, USA
   
14:10-14:30 Q&A and Discussion
   
in parallel
Hall Tiergarten 2
13:30-14:30
Meet the Expert Lunch Session 8
Pre-registration required by April 1, 2015
13:30-14:10  
It is all in the DNA
Noam Shomron, Israel
14:10-14:30  Q&A and Discussion 
   
Hall A
Session 13 14:30-16:30
NEW FRONTIERS IN PREDICTION AND PREVENTION OF PET AND IUGR
Chairpersons: Howard Cuckle, UK; Dietmar Schlembach, Germany
14:30-14:50
Differences between early and late onset placental disease - implications for screening
Ahmet Baschat, USA
 
14:50-15:10
Aspects of preeclampsia risk calculation: Populations and individuals
Howard Cuckle, UK
   
15:10-15:30
First-trimester maternal risk assessment- A health economic perspective
Dietmar Schlembach, Germany
   
15:30-15:50
Recent advances in prediction of preeclampsia
Jonathan Hyett, Australia
   
15:50-16:10
Critical evaluation of potential treatments: The case for/against aspirin
Emmanuel Bujold, Canada
   
16:10-16:30
Towards a solution - The ASPRE Study
Leona Poon, UK

 
16:30-17:00 Coffee Break  (Exhibition Area)

 
HALL A- Obesity
Session 14A
17:00-18:30
OBESITY
Chairpersons: Heinke Adamczewski, Germany; Hasan Ilkova, Turkey
17:00-17:15 Obesity or Metabolic Syndrome in Pregnancy; which is more hazardous to the mother and offspring?
Yariv Yogev, Israel
 
 
17:15:17:30 Perinatal programming of obesity
Jens Stupin, Germany
 
 
17:30-17:45
Pre-pregnancy management of the obese patient
Annunziata Lapolla, Italy
 
 
17:45-18:00
The role of exercise in reducing the risks of GDM in obese women
Raul Artal, USA
 
 
18:00-18:15
Obesity complicating pregnancy
Ute Schaefer-Graf, Germany
   
18:15-18:30 ART in obese patients- to treat or not to treat
Raoul Orvieto, Israel
 
 

in parallel
 
HALL B- General
Session 14B
17:00-18:30
Satellite Symposium
KETOACIDOSIS IN DIABETIC PREGNANCY: PREVENTION AND TREATMENT
Chairpersons: Moshe Hod, Israel; Matteo Bonomo, Italy
17:00-17:30
Ketoacisosis and diabetic pregnancy
Annunziata Lapolla, Italy
   
17:30-18:00 How to monitor and treat ketoacidosis in diabetic pregnancy
Lois Jovanovic, USA
   
18:00-18:30 New trend in metabolic monitoring of diabetic pregnancy
Giorgio Grassi, Italy

in parallel
 
HALL C- Fetal Growth & Long Term Effects
Session 14C
17:00-18:30
FETAL LIFE DURING LABOR & DELIVERY- CONSEQUENCES FOR THE REST OF LIFE
Chairpersons: Diogo Ayres-de-Campos, Portugal; Ewa Wender-Ozegowska, Poland
17:00-17:15 
Modern management of labor
Vincenzo Berghella, USA 
   
17:15-17:30
Safely managing labor and delivery in the diabetic patient
Amos Grunebaum, USA
   
17:30-17:45
Postpartum hemorrhage
Clemens Bartz, Germany
   
17:45-18:00
How to reduce obstetricians' fear of shoulder dystocia?
Diogo Ayres-de-Campos, Portugal
   
18:00-18:15
Delivery timing in IUGR
Ahmet Baschat, USA
   
18:15-18:30
Timing of delivery in women with diabetes in pregnancy
Howard Berger, Canada

 
in parallel
HALL D- Preterm
Session 14D
17:00-18:30
PRETERM LABOR AND PRETERM PREMATURE RUPTURE OF MEMBRANES (PPROM)
Chairperson: Christof Dame, Germany
17:00-17:20
Mechanisms and consequences of PPROM
Irene Hösli, Switzerland
   
17:20-17:40
Methods of diagnosis
Luis Cabero Roura, Spain
   
17:40-18:00
Cervicometry (ultrasound or mechanical devices)
Yves Ville, France
   
18:00-18:20
Management of preterm labor, PPROM, and long-term neonatal outcome
Christof Dame, Germany
   
18:20-18:30 Discussion
   

in parallel
 
HALL E- Preterm
Session 14E
17:00-18:30
PRETERM BIRTH- CONSEQUENCES FOR THE REST OF LIFE
Chairpersons: Richard Berger, Germany; Christian P. Speer, Germany
17:00-17:15
Developmentally programmed hypertension in preterm born adults
Umberto Simeoni, Switzerland
   
17:15-17:30 Long term respiratory consequences of preterm birth
Christian P. Speer, Germany
   
17:30-17:45 A graphical tool for the prediction of outcome in cases of extreme prematurity– Results from the Canadian Neonatal Network
Prakeshkumar Shah, Canada
   
17:45-18:00 Prematures at the lower margin of viability
Christoph Bührer, Germany  
   
18:00-18:15
Options for fetalneuroprotection – Magnesium and delayed cord clamping
Richard Berger, Germany
   
18:15-18:30 Discussion
   

in parallel
 
HALL F- Great Obstetric Syndromes
Session 14F
17:00-18:30
LONG TERM OUTCOME OF WOMEN AND OFFSPRING AFTER A PREGNANCY WITH THE (GREAT OBSTETRIC SYNDROMES)
Chairpersons: Fiona Broughton-Pipkin, UK; Ekkehard Schleusner, Germany
17:00-17:15 Maternal cardiovascular function in preeclampsia– Beyond the placenta?
Basky Thilaganathan, UK
   
17:15-17:30 Long term consequences of preeclampsia - new insights from basic research
Ralf Dechend, Germany
   
17:30-17:45 From preeclampsia to metabolic syndrome – how should we follow up women with a preeclampsia history
Fiona Broughton-Pipkin, UK
   
17:45-18:00 Assessment of type 2 diabetes risk
Michael Hummel, Germany
   
18:00-18:15 Pregnancy after bariatric surgery: which outcomes
Sara De Carolis, Italy
   
18:15-18:30 Breastfeeding and maternal metabolism: Implications for diabetes progression in women with gestational diabetes
Erica P. Gunderson, USA
 
 
 
in parallel
HALL G- Basic Science
Session 14G
17:00-18:30
BASIC SCIENCE (PART I):
SUCCESSFUL EMBRYO-DERIVED RECOGNITION- BASIS FOR MATERNAL ADAPTATION TO PREGNANCY
Chairpersons: Eytan Barnea, USA; Frank Louwen, Germany
17:00-17:15
Maternal-fetal interaction: Clues to success or failure
Eytan Barnea, USA
   
17:15-17:30 The placenta and its promise of early therapeutics
Michael J. Paidas, USA
   
17:30-17:45 PIF, a major actor for pregnancy
Francois Vialard, France
   
17:45-18:00 Intravital microscopy of the mouse fetus: seeing is believing
Markus Sperandio, Germany
   
18:00-18:15
Immunologic advances in the study of early pregnancy
Nelson Fernandez, UK
   
18:15-18:30 Comparative studies in the biology and function of normal and abnormal trophoblast
Vilmos Fulop, Hungary
   
   
18:30-18:40 Technical Break
   
HALL A
Session 15
18:40-20:00
Guten Abend Berlin
CONTROVERSIES IN CHALLENGING COMMON PRACTICE
Chairpersons: Gerard Visser, the Netherlands; Vincenzo Berghella, USA
18:40-18:55 Diagnosing gestational diabetes: Is it really necessary?
David Sacks, USA
   
18:55-19:10
Nuchal Translucency (NT) in the era of NIPT- QWO VADIS? Is it really necessary?
My personal view:
Yves Ville, France
   
19:10-19:25 Oral hypoglycemic agents in pregnancy: Do the ends justify the means?
Oded Langer,USA
   
19:25-19:40
Prevention of preeclampsia: Is aspirin enough?
Ahmet Baschat, USA
   
19:40-19:55 Prevention of preterm birth: Towards healthy mothers and healthy babies?
Vincenzo Berghella, USA
   
19:55-20:00 Discussion