A huge congratulations to both Kiran Ninan, a fourth year Bachelor of Health Science student, and Dr. Marinela Grabovac for their excellent oral presentations at the 7th annual Canadian National Perinatal Research Meet (CNPRM) in Banff!
Kiran Ninan presented his oral on “What do clinical practice guidelines suggest for deferred cord clamping for preterm and term infants and how evidence-based are they? A systematic review.”
His conference abstract can be found here.
Dr. Marinela Grabovac did an oral presentation on “Deferred cord clamping in twins: a retrospective cohort study”
The conference abstract for her presentation can be found here.
Congratulations again to both Kiran and Dr. Grabovac for their remarkable job at CNPRM. Thank you both for your hard work in improving the health of women and infants!
Congratulations to Dr. Marinela Grabovac for her oral presentation on “Deferred cord clamping in twins: a retrospective cohort study” at the Canadian Neonatal Network – Canadian Preterm Birth Network (CNN-CPTBN) annual meeting! She did a tremendous job at knowledge translation of her research findings. Bravo!
Thank you to everyone who attended the Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) meeting on February 9th, 2020 in Banff! It was an amazing opportunity for participants from Japan and Canada to come together and share ideas to help improve the health of women and infants!
We are excited to announce that Dr. Marinela Gravobac, Kiran Ninan, Sugee Liyanage and Rifaa Ali, and Dr. Ali Marseu will be presenting their abstracts as oral presentations at the 7th Annual Canadian National Perinatal Research Meeting (CNPRM) this upcoming February 12th to 15th, 2020 in Banff, Alberta. Congratulations to:
- Dr. Marinela Grabovac on her oral presentation on “Deferred cord clamping in twins: a retrospective cohort study” (Dr. M Grabovac, Dr. M Beltempo, Dr. J Yang, Dr. J Beyene, Dr. A Lodha, Dr. A Grigoriu, Dr. K Barrington, Dr. C O’Quinn, under the supervision of Dr. S McDonald).
- Kiran Ninan on his oral presentation with under the supervision of Dr. S McDonald on his abstract “What do clinical practice guidelines suggest for deferred cord clamping for preterm and term infants and how evidence-based are they? A systematic review” (Ninan K, Liyanage SK, Ali R, under the supervision of Dr. S McDonald).
- Dr. Ali Marseu on her oral presentation on “Clinician Delphi on mode of delivery in extremely preterm breech singletons” (Dr. A Marseu, Dr. G Moore, Dr. P Santaguida, Dr. A Mukerji, under the supervision of Dr. S McDonald).
Congratulations once again to our team members for their remarkable work in helping infants and mothers be healthier. We have full confidence that their orals will showcase their wonderful contributions to the team’s research and their knowledge communication abilities!
With the new year, we are excited to continue our work on antenatal corticosteroid use to improve neonatal outcomes. Recently we submitted the protocol for a study “Maternal and neonatal outcomes of lower vs. standard doses of antenatal corticosteroids for women at risk of preterm birth; A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials” to Prospero for registration on December 10, 2019.
Thank you to Dr Fogarty for your important review of all the literature!
This has become the most useful minute of my entire day!
With each week of pregnancy, the baby’s chances improve for survival.
In all Canadian infants in 2018 who received resuscitation, survival is approximately as follows:
At 22 weeks, approximately 34 out of 100 infants survive
At 23 weeks, approximately 50 out of 100 infants survive
At 24 weeks, approximately 75 out of 100 infants survive
At 25 weeks, approximately 80 out of 100 infants survive
At 26 weeks, approximately 90 out of 100 infants survive
At 27 weeks, approximately 91 out of 100 infants survive
(from the recently published 2018 Canadian Neonatal Network/Canadian Preterm Birth Network Annual Report)
Thank you to Ms Emiko Hayashi, president of Japanese parent group for preterm birth, for meeting with me, her son and Dr Tetsuya Isayama, a Japanese neonatologist and Head, Division of Neonatology, National Centre for Child Health and Development. Congratulations Ms Hayashi on starting this amazing group of 3,000 parents! Thank you for sharing your parent resources! Ms Fabi Bacchini from Canadian Premature Babies Foundation is keen to share CPBF resources with your members hence I will be putting you in touch!
Thank you to Dr. Katsufumi Otsuki for arranging a seminar with Drs Jun Takeda, Akihito Nakai and Yoshio Matsuda on preterm birth in Asia and Canada!
Thank you as well for the beautiful certificate and wonderful shabu shabu dinner afterwards where we continued our discussions and had a lovely time!