Program - Saturday, March 11

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Saturday, March 11
Wednesday, March 8 Thursday, March 9 Friday, March 10
SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 2017
Hall G (In Parallel)
07:00-08:00

Please note that this session has been cancelled

Despertar en Barcelona | Practical Management / National HIP Projects
Chairpersons: Andre' Van Assche, Belgium and Hector Bolatti, Argentina

07:00-07:15 GDM scenario in Australia and NZ – the ADIPS approach
Jeremy Oats, Australia
07:15-07:30 GDM scenario in Sub-Sahara Africa
TBA
07:30-07:45 GDM scenario in the GULF Region
Justin Konje, Qatar
07:45-08:00 Discussion
Hall G (In Parallel)
07:00-08:00
Brazilian National Study Group | Gestational Diabetes Diagnose: Brazilian guidelines
Analysis of the diagnostic criteria used in different university hospitals with the aim to have standard Guidelines.
(Análise dos critérios diagnósticos utilizados em diferentes hospitais universitários com o objetivo de ter diretrizes padronizadas)
Chairpersons: Eduardo Fonseca, Marilza V. da Cunha Rudge
07:00-07:10 Brazilian Guidelines on GDM: diagnosis and management:
Rossana Pulcineli V. Francisco
07:10-07:20 Guidelines on GDM in the HCRP: diagnosis and management:
Elaine Moises
07:20-07:30 Guidelines on GDM in Campinas University (UNICAMP): diagnosis and management:
Belmiro Gonçalves Pereira
07:30-07:40 Guidelines on GDM in the UNESP: diagnosis and management:
Rossana Pulcineli V. Francisco
07:40-07:50 Guidelines on GDM in the UNESP: diagnosis and management:
Rosiane Mattar
07:50-08:00 Final discussion: Action plan proposal for FEBRASGO, FIGO and Brazilian Government:
All Group
Breakout Sessions
Hall A (In Parallel)
08:00-09:30
Maternal Medicine 20A | Issues with the Diagnosis and Classification of Hyperglycemia in Early Pregnancy
Chairpersons: Fidelma Dunne, Ireland and David McIntyre, Australia
08:00-08:20
Setting the scene - HIP in the first trimester - what are the scenarios
Alberto de Leiva, Spain
08:20-08:40
Severe hypoglycemia in pregnancy in women with type 1 diabetes: prevalence, pathogenesis and prevention
Lene Ringholm, Denmark
08:40-09:00
Fasting glycemia in Meditteranean population: does it predict adverse pregnancy outcomes?
Bernat Serra, Spain
09:00-09:20
Hyperglycaemia in early pregnancy: prevalence, risk factors, and persistence in late pregnancy (WDF Funded Project)
Biodun Olagbuji, Nigeria
09:20-09:30 Discussion
Hall B (In Parallel)
08:00-09:30
Maternal Medicine 20B | DoHAD Session: Developmental Origins of Health and Disease - Mother and Offspring
Chairpersons: Mark Hanson, UK and Umberto Simeoni, Switzerland
08:00-08:15 Long-term metabolic effects in adult offspring of mothers with hyperglycemia during pregnancy
Peter Damm, Denmark
08:15-08:30 Long-term cognitive effects of intrauterine hyperglycemia in offspring of women with type 1 diabetes
Tine Dalsgaard Clausen, Denmark
08:30-08:45 Influence of breastfeeding and postnatal nutrition on cardiovascular remodeling induced by fetal growth restriction
Fatima Crispi, Spain
08:45-09:00 Maternal health – Prevention of Obesity and Diabetes: To dream the impossible dream
Angela Vinturache, Canada
09:00-09:15 Cardiovascular Disease Risk Surveillance Post-Diabetes in Pregnancy: An Evidence-Based Approach
Rhonda Bentley-Lewis, USA
09:15-09:30 Application of customized birth weight curves in the assessment of perinatal outcomes in infants of diabetic mothers
Nieves Luisa Gonzalez, Spain
Hall C (In Parallel)
08:00-09:30
Fetal Medicine 20C | Preterm Labor: Prevention Strategies
Chairpersons: Eduardo Fonseca, Brazil and Maria Goya, Spain
08:00-08:20
A place for progesterone:
Eduardo Fonseca, Brazil
08:20-08:40 A place for pessary:
Maria Goya, Spain
08:40-09:00 A place for cerclage:
Vincenzo Berghella, USA
09:00-09:20
The case for antenatal corticosteroids:
Montse Palacio, Spain
09:20-09:30 Discussion
Hall D (In Parallel)
08:00-09:30
Fetal Medicine 20D | CNS: Systematic Approach for Sentinel Findings
Chairpersons: Rabih Chaoui, Germany and Elisendra Eixarch, Spain
08:00-08:30
Ventriculomegaly
Elisenda Eixarch, Spain
08:30-09:00
Abnormal cavum shape
Rabih Chaoui, Germany
09:00-09:30 Enlarged subarachnoid space
Dario Paladini, Italy
Hall E (In Parallel)
08:00-09:30
Fetal Medicine 20E | Fetal Therapy
Chiarpersons: Jan Deprest, Belgium and Mar Bannasar, Spain
08:00-08:18
Congenital diaphragmatic hernia
Jan Deprest, Belgium
08:18-08:36
Spina bifida
Jan Deprest, Belgium
08:36-08:54
Lower urinary tract obstruction
Josep Maria Martinez, Spain
08:54-09:12
Therapy for cardiac defects
Alberto Galindo, Spain
09:12-09:30
Lethal vs. non-lethal skeletal dysplasia
Israel Meizner, Israel
Hall F (In Parallel)
08:00-09:30
Basic Science 20F | PIF: Integrated Clinical Diagnostic & Therapeutic Application
Chairpersons: Eytan Barnea, USA, Michael J Paidas, USA and Daniel Surbek, Switzerland
08:00-08:10

PIF improves embryo survival after induced oxidative stress
Robert Gilbert, USA

08:10-08:20 PIF: regulates p53: Promotes trophoblast invasion/viability to improve placental development:
Francois Vialard, France
08:20-08:30
PIF synergizes with progesterone to promote HLA G: Application for PTL:
Nelson Fernandez, UK
08:30-08:40 PIF: Endometriosis diagnostic and potential treatment for fertility:
Marco Sbraccia, Italy
08:40-08:50 PIF basis for maternal tolerance: Regulates neutrophils activation:
Markus Sperandio, Germany
08:50-09:00 PIF prevents accelerated atherosis: Possible prevention of preeclampsia
Eytan R. Barnea, USA
09:00-09:10 PIF protects against spontaneous LPS-induced fetal demise in vivo:
Nicoletta Di Simone, Italy
09:10-09:20 PIF risk reduction of neurodamage in premature labor and the newborn:
Martin Müller, Switzerland
 
Hall G (In Parallel)
08:00-09:30
Maternal Medicine 20G | The Maternal - Placental - Fetal Dialogue and Its Influence on Pregnancy Outcome
Chairpersons: Gernot Desoye, Austria and Joe Luis Bartha, Austria
08:00-08:20 Conception; The beginning of the maternal – placental - fetal dialogues
Gernot Desoye, Austria
08:20-08:40 The Placenta: a fetal natural biological barrier to maternal stress:
Fatima Crispi, Spain
08:40-09:00 Placental perfusion and metabolism in GDM
Jose Luis Bartha, Spain
09:00-09:20 REgulation of pregnancy adaptation of the maternal coagulation sysyem by placenta driven derived steroid hormones
Yan-ling Wang, China
09:30-10:00
Coffee Break
Key Note Lectures Hall A
10:00-10:20

Key note lectures: The role of NGO's and patients' organization
Chairpersons: Jacky Nizard, France and CN Purandare, India

10:00-10:20
Building the Bridge - Fueling a Movement: Advocating for Diabetes in Pregnancy as an Integral Part of the Maternal and Newborn Health Agenda
Katja Iversen, USA

Plenary Sessions
Hall A
10:20-11:40
Plenary Session 21 | State of the art on the pharmacological management of diabetic pregnancy
Chairpersons: Moshe Hod, Israel and Boyd Metzger, USA
10:20-10:40
Looking back and looking forward: Evolution ofinsulin therapy in diabetes and pregnancy
Alan Moses, USA
10:40-11:00
News standards of treatment in Type 2DM: applicable for GDM?
David Simmons, UK
11:00-11:20
Management of GDM with insulin analogues
Frederico Mecacci, Italy
11:20-11:40
The insulin in pregnancy registry - the EVOLVE study
Elisabeth R. Mathiesen,
Denmark
Hall A
11:40-12:40
Plenary Session 22 | Practical Management of Labor & Delivery
Chairpersons: Diogo Ayres-de-Campos, Portugal and Mirsolaw Wieglos, Poland
11:40-12:00
Maternal severe chronic illness - safe pregnancy?
Jacky Nizard, France
12:00-12:20 Cesarean section in obese patients: what is different?
Diogo Ayres-de-Campos, Portugal
12:20-12:40
Timing of delivery in pregnancies complicated by gestational diabetes - new evidence from a large population based study
Nir Melamed, Canada
   12:40-13:10                     Light Lunch
Awards
Hall A
13:10-14:10
Plenary Session 23 | Awards | Recognizing the giants in the field & promoting young researchers - On the shoulders of giants
Chairpersons: Luis Cabero, Spain and Carlos Fuchtner, Bolivia
13:10-13:25 Award #1 The Norbert Freinkel Lecture 
Pregnancy – an early but too rarely utilized window of opportunity to improve long-term maternal and infant health - An appeal for continuous family care and interdisciplinary communication
Presenting the Award: Prof. Birgit Arabin, on behalf of the Clara Angela Foundation 

The lost opportunities of medicine  
Awardee: Ahmet Baschat, USA
13:25-13:40
13:25-13:30
13:30-13:40
Award #2 The Lars Mølsted-Pedersen Lecture 
Diabetes and pregnancy – historical landmarks
Presenting the Award: Alberto De Leiva, on behalf of the Fundació Diabem 
The GDM roadmap - From O’Sullivan and Mahan to a global consensus 
Awardee: Moshe Hod, Israel
13:40-13:55
13:40-13:45
13:45-13:55
Award #3 The PREIS School Lecture
PREIS School: concept, activities, site
Presenting the Award: Gian Carlo Di Renzo 
Modern maternal fetal medicine and the PREIS School legacy
Awardee: Eduardo Fonseca, Brazil
13:55-14:10 Best DIP research –Promising Young Researchers Award
Hall A
14:10-15:40
Plenary Session 24 | Main Issues in Fetal Growth
Chairpersons: Francesc Figueras, Spain and Jason Gardosi, UK
14:10-14:28 Management of the early onset severe IUGR: lessons from large trials:
Ahmet Baschat, USA
14:28-14:46 Clinically relevant standards for identifying a "small fetus”
Jason Gardosi, UK
14:46-15:04 WHO Fetal Growth Charts: main conclusions of a large multinational study
Torvid Kiserud, Norway
15:04-15:22 Clinical management of the late-onset "small”/FGR fetus:
Fransecs Figueras, Spain
15:22-15:40 Brief overview: a stepwise approach to the small/FGR fetus:
Eduard Gratacos, Spain
15:40-15:50 Closing Ceremony