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Neonatology Meeting 2024

About Us

We are excited to announce the upcoming “5th World Summit on Neonatology, Paediatrics, and Developmental Medicine”, scheduled to take place on June 27-28, 2024, in the vibrant city of London, UK. This conference serves as a premier platform for the global neonatal and paediatric community, bringing together leading experts, researchers, clinicians, and healthcare professionals dedicated to advancing the field.

Under the theme "Nurturing Futures: Innovations in Neonatal and Paediatric Care," the summit promises two days of enriching discussions, cutting-edge presentations, and interactive workshops. Delegates will delve into the latest advancements in neonatology, paediatrics, and developmental medicine, exploring breakthroughs in medical technologies, patient care, and research.

The conference will cover a diverse range of topics, including neonatal resuscitation techniques, paediatric infectious diseases, developmental milestones, ethical dilemmas, innovative treatments, and much more. Attendees will have the opportunity to engage in networking sessions, forging valuable connections with fellow professionals from around the world.

London, with its rich history and cultural diversity, provides an inspiring backdrop for this dynamic event. Join us at the Neonatology Meeting 2024 as we come together to shape the future of neonatal and paediatric care, nurturing the potential of our youngest patients and ensuring healthier beginnings for generations to come. Mark your calendars and be a part of this transformative experience!

Sessions And Tracks

Track 01: Advances in Neonatal Resuscitation Techniques

It have revolutionized the approach to saving newborn lives. This session delves into cutting-edge strategies that are transforming neonatal resuscitation. Participants will explore innovative ventilation methods, such as sustained lung inflation, and the role of emerging technologies like real-time feedback systems for optimal chest compressions. The session emphasizes evidence-based practices that enhance outcomes, including refined approaches to airway management and effective team coordination during critical moments. The use of simulation training to reinforce skills and boost confidence among healthcare providers will also be highlighted. Moreover, this session underscores the importance of tailored interventions for premature infants, addressing their unique physiological challenges. By staying abreast of these advancements, participants can actively contribute to improving survival rates and reducing long-term complications in neonatal resuscitation. Join us to learn, discuss, and collaborate on these transformative techniques shaping the future of neonatal care.

Track 02: Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) Innovations

Neonatal Intensive Care spotlights the forefront of NICU advancements, driving enhanced care for our tiniest patients. Participants will immerse themselves in a dynamic exploration of novel technologies designed to optimize neonatal outcomes. From state-of-the-art incubators with integrated monitoring systems to personalized developmental care plans leveraging AI, this session unveils groundbreaking tools reshaping neonatal care. Attendees will gain insights into innovative architectural designs fostering family-centered care and a healing environment. Furthermore, the session delves into multidisciplinary approaches that harness genetic insights for tailored treatment strategies, alongside telemedicine solutions enabling remote neonatal consultations. By delving into these innovations, participants will be empowered to adapt their practices, leverage new tools effectively, and ultimately elevate the standard of care in the NICU. Join us in discovering the future of neonatal care through technology, design, and collaborative excellence.

Track 03: Neonatal Nutrition and Breastfeeding

The critical role of nutrition in the earliest stages of life. Participants will explore the unparalleled benefits of breastfeeding for neonatal health, growth, and development. Discussions will encompass evidence-based practices, addressing common breastfeeding challenges, and strategies for fostering successful lactation. The session highlights the significance of human milk, packed with antibodies and nutrients, in mitigating neonatal risks and bolstering immune defenses. Expert insights will guide attendees through proper nutritional assessment and tailored feeding plans, including fortification techniques for preterm infants. It will underscore the pivotal role of healthcare providers in offering comprehensive lactation support and guiding families through informed feeding decisions. By prioritizing neonatal nutrition and breastfeeding, participants can contribute significantly to healthier beginnings and brighter futures for newborns. Join us to gain invaluable knowledge and tools for optimizing neonatal nutrition through evidence-based practices.

Track 04: Neonatal Neurology and Brain Development

This illuminating session unravels the intricacies of neonatal brain development, a foundation for lifelong well-being. Participants will delve into the evolving landscape of neonatal neurology, understanding the delicate balance of neural growth, connectivity, and plasticity.The session showcases cutting-edge research shedding light on the origins of neurodevelopmental disorders, emphasizing early interventions and therapeutic strategies. Attendees will explore advanced imaging techniques, such as MRI and EEG, unraveling the mysteries of neonatal brain activity. From exploring the impact of environmental factors on neural outcomes to discussing neuroprotective interventions, this session equips participants with a profound understanding of brain development's nuances. By harnessing the latest insights, healthcare providers can forge a path towards optimizing neurological health, ensuring brighter futures for the tiniest members of our society. Join us to unravel the mysteries of the developing brain and contribute to groundbreaking advances in neonatal neurology.

Track 05: Neonatal Infectious Diseases and Immunizations

 In this pivotal session, the spotlight turns to safeguarding our most vulnerable through comprehensive infectious disease management and immunization strategies. Participants will explore the intricate landscape of neonatal infections, delving into early diagnosis, treatment modalities, and infection prevention protocols. The pivotal role of immunizations in bolstering neonatal immunity, shielding against preventable diseases, and fostering a robust defense against pathogens. Attendees will engage in discussions on vaccination schedules, advances in vaccine technology, and the evolving landscape of maternal immunization. Furthermore, the session will highlight the collaborative efforts of healthcare providers, emphasizing communication with families, and community outreach to ensure a holistic shield against infectious threats. And participants empower themselves to become vigilant advocates for neonatal health, championing evidence-based practices and innovative immunization approaches. Join us in shaping a healthier, infection-resistant future for our neonatal population.

Track 06: Ethical Dilemmas in Neonatal Care

It delves into the intricate web of moral challenges encountered while caring for fragile neonates. Participants will navigate complex scenarios, weighing the delicate balance between medical interventions, quality of life, and family wishes. It illuminates ethical frameworks guiding neonatal decision-making, exploring issues such as resuscitation preferences, end-of-life care, and resource allocation. Attendees will engage in candid discussions on cultural sensitivities, parental autonomy, and the role of healthcare providers as advocates for neonates and families. Furthermore, the session delves into case studies that exemplify the nuanced nature of these dilemmas, inviting participants to contemplate diverse perspectives and devise compassionate, ethically sound solutions. Healthcare professionals empower themselves with tools to navigate ethically complex terrain, ensuring that each neonatal journey is underpinned by respect, empathy, and thoughtful decision-making. Join us to confront ethical dilemmas head-on and elevate the standard of neonatal care through principled practice.

Track 07: Neonatal Pain Management

This crucial session delves into a compassionate and evidence-based approach to alleviating pain and promoting comfort in our most delicate patients. Participants will explore the complexities of neonatal pain perception, uncovering the latest advances in assessment tools, pharmacological interventions, and non-pharmacological techniques. The session underscores the importance of preemptive and tailored pain management strategies, addressing the unique needs of neonates undergoing procedures or experiencing discomfort. Attendees will engage in discussions on the role of parental involvement, developmental care, and the potential long-term impact of untreated pain. Furthermore, the session highlights innovative therapies such as kangaroo care, music therapy, and guided imagery, showcasing a holistic approach to pain relief. Healthcare providers equip themselves with a comprehensive toolkit to enhance neonatal comfort, minimize stress, and lay the foundation for healthier outcomes. Join us to learn, share insights, and champion a compassionate approach to neonatal pain management.

Track 08: Neonatal Cardiology and Hemodynamics

This enlightening session delves into the intricate world of neonatal cardiac health and circulatory dynamics. Participants will embark on a journey through the complexities of early cardiac development, exploring state-of-the-art diagnostic tools, treatment modalities, and advancements in hemodynamic monitoring. It highlights the pivotal role of timely interventions in addressing congenital heart conditions and circulatory challenges in neonates. Attendees will engage in discussions on echocardiography, novel imaging techniques, and the evolving landscape of surgical and medical interventions.The importance of multidisciplinary collaboration, emphasizing seamless communication among neonatologists, cardiologists, and surgical teams. Healthcare providers arm themselves with knowledge to diagnose, manage, and optimize cardiac health in neonates, ensuring healthier beginnings and improved long-term outcomes. Join us to navigate the intricate realm of neonatal cardiology and hemodynamics, shaping the future of care for our most delicate hearts.

Track 09: Neonatal Pulmonology and Respiratory Care

The complexities of neonatal lung health and respiratory support, guiding participants through innovative strategies and best practices. Attendees will explore the delicate physiology of neonatal lungs, gaining insights into the latest diagnostic approaches, ventilation techniques, and oxygenation modalities. The significance of tailored respiratory care for premature and term infants, focusing on preventing and managing respiratory distress syndrome, bronchopulmonary dysplasia, and other lung disorders. Discussions will delve into surfactant therapy, high-frequency ventilation, and the role of minimally invasive procedures. It emphasizes the critical role of neonatal healthcare providers in optimizing lung function, addressing challenges in weaning from respiratory support, and promoting developmental respiratory care. The participants empower themselves to offer comprehensive respiratory support, ensuring neonatal well-being and laying the foundation for healthy lung development. Join us to delve into neonatal pulmonology and respiratory care, shaping the path to brighter breathing for our tiniest patients.

Track 10: Neonatal Genetics and Genomic Medicine

The intricate world of neonatal genetic insights and the transformative potential of genomic medicine. Participants will explore the role of genetics in early diagnosis, personalized treatment plans, and understanding hereditary conditions that impact neonatal health. The significance of genomic testing, from whole-exome sequencing to non-invasive prenatal testing, in unraveling the genetic basis of neonatal disorders. Attendees will engage in discussions on genetic counseling, ethical considerations, and the integration of genomic data into clinical practice. It highlights how advances in genomics enable proactive interventions, guiding healthcare providers in preventing, managing, and optimizing outcomes for neonates with genetic predispositions. The participants empower themselves to harness genetic insights, enhancing diagnostic accuracy and tailoring care to each neonatal journey. Join us to unlock the potential of neonatal genetics and genomic medicine, paving the way for healthier futures.

Track 11: Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome

This is a complex and pressing issue-infants born to mothers with substance use disorders. Participants will explore the multifaceted challenges of Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS), delving into the physiological, pharmacological, and developmental aspects. The importance of early identification, comprehensive assessment, and compassionate care for neonates affected by NAS. Attendees will engage in discussions on evidence-based treatment approaches, including pharmacotherapy and non-pharmacological interventions, to ease withdrawal symptoms and support neurodevelopment. This addresses the collaborative role of healthcare providers, social services, and families in creating a nurturing environment for neonates born into these circumstances. The participants equip themselves to address NAS with sensitivity and expertise, promoting the well-being of both infants and families. Join us to expand your understanding of Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome and contribute to a holistic approach to care for these vulnerable newborns.

Track 12: Neonatal Transport and Telemedicine

The dynamic interplay of innovation and compassion in neonatal care, focusing on safe and efficient transport of fragile newborns and the transformative potential of telemedicine. Participants will explore cutting-edge techniques in neonatal transport, emphasizing protocols, equipment, and strategies for stabilizing and transferring infants to specialized facilities. It highlights the game-changing role of telemedicine in bridging geographical gaps and providing real-time expertise to remote locations. Attendees will engage in discussions on virtual consultations, telemonitoring, and tele-education, optimizing neonatal outcomes through seamless connectivity. It addresses challenges, regulatory considerations, and ethical implications associated with neonatal transport and telemedicine. The healthcare providers empower themselves to navigate neonatal transport challenges and leverage telemedicine to extend specialized care, ensuring every infant receives timely and expert attention. Join us to explore the convergence of neonatal transport and telemedicine, revolutionizing the landscape of neonatal care.

Track 13: Neonatal Simulation Training

The realm of experiential learning with this transformative session. Participants will embark on hands-on journeys, navigating realistic scenarios that mirror the challenges of neonatal care. Through immersive simulations, attendees will refine critical skills, enhance decision-making, and foster teamwork in a risk-free environment. The significance of simulation in boosting confidence and competence among neonatal healthcare providers. Discussions will delve into scenario design, debriefing techniques, and the integration of cutting-edge simulation technologies. The role of simulation in addressing rare or high-risk scenarios, optimizing response times, and improving communication within neonatal teams. Healthcare professionals gain a dynamic toolkit to excel in real-world neonatal situations, ultimately elevating the quality of care and outcomes for our tiniest patients. Join us to embrace the power of simulation, unlocking new dimensions in neonatal expertise and teamwork.

Track 14: Neonatal Audiology and Hearing Screening

The pivotal role of early auditory assessment in neonatal care. Participants will explore the intricate journey of auditory development, from the delicate mechanisms of hearing to the detection of hearing impairments through advanced screening techniques. The importance of timely hearing assessments, emphasizing the impact of early intervention on language acquisition and cognitive development. Attendees will engage in discussions on state-of the-art screening technologies, auditory brainstem response (ABR) testing, and the integration of audiology into comprehensive neonatal care. The collaborative efforts of neonatal healthcare providers, audiologists, and families in promoting optimal auditory health for neonates. The participants equip themselves to identify and address hearing challenges early, fostering a foundation for improved communication and lifelong well-being. Join us to delve into the world of neonatal audiology and hearing screening, ensuring a sound start for our smallest listeners.

Track 15: Neonatal Palliative Care

This compassionate session invites participants to explore the profound realm of caring for newborns with life-limiting conditions. Attendees will navigate the intricacies of providing comfort, dignity, and support to both infants and their families during the most challenging times. The importance of tailored care plans, addressing physical, emotional, and spiritual needs, while fostering open communication and shared decision-making. Discussions will delve into pain management, symptom relief, and strategies for creating meaningful moments. The vital role of healthcare providers in creating a compassionate environment, guiding families through difficult choices, and ensuring that each moment counts. The participants equip themselves with the tools to provide holistic, compassionate care for neonates facing life-limiting conditions. Join us to delve into the world of neonatal palliative care, offering comfort and support to those in their earliest and most vulnerable stages of life.

Track 16: Neonatal Follow-up and Long-Term Outcomes

The ongoing journey of neonatal care beyond the NICU, examining the developmental trajectories and challenges faced by NICU graduates. Participants will explore the critical role of comprehensive follow-up programs in monitoring growth, neurodevelopment, and overall well-being. Identification and intervention, emphasizing the impact of timely support on long-term outcomes. Attendees will engage in discussions on neurodevelopmental assessments, high-risk populations, and strategies for optimizing neonatal graduates' potential. Furthermore, the session highlights the collaborative efforts of healthcare providers, families, and educators in shaping brighter futures for NICU graduates. The participants equip themselves to navigate the complexities of neonatal follow-up, fostering resilience and potential in children who began their lives with unique challenges. Join us to delve into the world of long-term neonatal care, ensuring a continuum of support for our tiniest champions.

Track 17: Neonatal Imaging and Radiology

The powerful insights garnered through advanced imaging techniques, illuminating the intricate physiology and conditions of neonates. Participants will explore the role of radiology in diagnosing and monitoring neonatal disorders, from structural anomalies to neurological conditions. The significance of safe and precise imaging modalities, such as ultrasound, MRI, and X-ray, in uncovering hidden complexities. Attendees will engage in discussions on radiation safety, image interpretation, and the evolving landscape of neonatal radiology. It highlights the collaborative synergy between radiologists, neonatologists, and healthcare teams, ensuring accurate diagnoses and effective treatment planning. The participants equip themselves to leverage the transformative power of neonatal imaging, enabling early interventions and improved outcomes for our most fragile patients. Join us to delve into the world of neonatal radiology, where every image tells a unique story of neonatal health and resilience.

Track 18: Neonatal Hematology and Blood Disorders

This illuminating session delves into the intricate realm of blood health in neonates, unraveling the mysteries of hematological development and addressing disorders that impact our tiniest patients. Participants will explore the nuances of neonatal blood composition, coagulation, and immune function. The significance of early detection and management of blood disorders, from anemia to clotting disorders and hemolytic diseases. Attendees will engage in discussions on diagnostic techniques, therapeutic approaches, and the role of transfusion medicine in neonatal care. The collaborative efforts of hematologists, neonatologists, and multidisciplinary teams, ensuring comprehensive and personalized care for neonates with blood-related challenges. The participants equip themselves to navigate the complexities of neonatal hematology, fostering healthier blood profiles and brighter beginnings for our smallest patients. Join us to uncover the intricacies of neonatal blood health and contribute to cutting-edge advancements in hematological care.

Track 19: Neonatal Surgical Interventions

This transformative session delves into the realm of neonatal surgery, exploring intricate procedures that shape the path to survival and well-being for our tiniest patients. Participants will immerse themselves in the dynamic world of surgical approaches, from life-saving interventions to corrective procedures. The significance of multidisciplinary collaboration, uniting surgeons, neonatologists, and nursing teams to ensure seamless preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative care. Attendees will engage in discussions on minimally invasive techniques, ethical considerations, and advancements in neonatal surgical technology. It highlights the crucial role of comprehensive perioperative management, optimizing outcomes and reducing stress on neonates and their families. The participants empower themselves to navigate neonatal surgical challenges, fostering resilience and hope in the face of complex medical situations. Join us to delve into the world of neonatal surgical interventions, where expertise and innovation combine to shape healthier beginnings.

Track 20: Neonatal Quality Improvement Initiatives

The journey towards elevating neonatal care through data-driven enhancements and collaborative excellence. Participants will explore the transformative power of quality improvement methodologies, shaping a path towards safer and more effective practices. The significance of multidisciplinary teamwork, encouraging open dialogue among neonatologists, nurses, administrators, and families. Attendees will engage in discussions on process optimization, error reduction strategies, and the integration of evidence-based guidelines into daily neonatal care.The role of continuous monitoring, feedback loops, and innovative technologies in sustaining high standards of care. The participants empower themselves to drive positive change in neonatal healthcare, fostering a culture of continuous improvement and patient-centered excellence. Join us to embark on a journey of enhancing neonatal quality, shaping brighter outcomes for our most delicate patients.

Market Analysis

The Neonatology Meeting 2024 is poised to be a transformative event within the healthcare sector, catering to the growing demand for advancements in neonatology, paediatrics, and developmental medicine. This market analysis delves into key trends and factors that position the conference as a premier platform for knowledge exchange, collaboration, and innovation.The global healthcare landscape has witnessed a paradigm shift towards early childhood health and well-being. Neonatal and paediatric care have become pivotal components of this shift, driven by heightened awareness among parents, caregivers, and healthcare professionals. The Neonatology Meeting 2024 aligns with this demand by providing a specialized forum to explore the latest research, practices, and advancements in neonatal and paediatric care. The conference's agenda mirrors the global movement towards enhancing the quality and accessibility of healthcare for the most vulnerable populations.

Technological advancements have revolutionized the field of neonatology and paediatrics, resulting in improved patient outcomes and enhanced quality of care. The Neonatology Meeting 2024 capitalizes on this trend by offering attendees an exclusive opportunity to explore and integrate cutting-edge medical technologies into their practices. The focus on showcasing and discussing these innovations ensures that healthcare professionals remain updated and well-equipped to provide the highest level of care.An exceptional feature of the Neonatology Meeting 2024 is its interdisciplinary approach. By bringing together neonatologists, paediatricians, developmental specialists, researchers, nurses, and other healthcare professionals, the conference reflects the evolving nature of healthcare delivery. This cross-disciplinary interaction enables attendees to gain a holistic understanding of neonatal and paediatric care, fostering collaboration and knowledge exchange across various specialties.

The conference's emphasis on developmental medicine is another key market driver. Acknowledging that paediatric care encompasses more than just medical treatment, developmental medicine encompasses psychological, developmental, and social dimensions. This holistic perspective aligns with contemporary healthcare trends, recognizing that patient well-being requires a comprehensive approach. By incorporating developmental medicine, the Neonatology Meeting 2024 positions itself as a forward-looking event that caters to the evolving needs and expectations of patients, families, and healthcare providers.

Global networking and knowledge sharing are fundamental components of the conference's appeal. The international scope of the event facilitates the exchange of ideas, experiences, and best practices across diverse healthcare systems and cultural contexts. Attendees can expect to forge meaningful connections, collaborate on research initiatives, and gain insights from a diverse range of perspectives. The international nature of the conference enhances the learning experience, contributing to the development of a robust global network of neonatal and paediatric care experts. Ethical considerations and quality improvement initiatives hold a prominent place within the Neonatology Meeting 2024. As healthcare becomes increasingly patient-centered, ethical dilemmas related to treatment decisions, end-of-life care, and resource allocation gain significance. By dedicating sessions to ethical dilemmas and quality improvement, the conference provides a platform for attendees to engage in thoughtful discussions, share experiences, and acquire strategies for navigating complex ethical challenges. This focus aligns with the broader trend in healthcare towards enhancing ethical awareness and fostering a culture of continuous improvement in patient care.

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  • Apnea Of Prematurity
  • Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia
  • Congenital Anomalies And Birth Defects
  • Congenital Heart Diseases In Newborns
  • Congenital Infections
  • Developmental Care In The NICU
  • Family-Centered Care In The NICU
  • Gastroesophageal Reflux In Neonates
  • Hearing Screening And Auditory Brainstem Response
  • Human Milk Banking
  • Hypoglycemia In Newborns
  • Inborn Errors Of Metabolism
  • Intravenous Fluid Management
  • Intraventricular Hemorrhage
  • Jaundice And Hyperbilirubinemia
  • Kangaroo Care And Skin-to-Skin Contact
  • Meningitis In Neonates
  • Necrotizing Enterocolitis (NEC)
  • Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome
  • Neonatal Airway Management
  • Neonatal Allergy And Immunology
  • Neonatal Antibiotic Stewardship
  • Neonatal Antimicrobial Therapy
  • Neonatal Blood Transfusion
  • Neonatal Brain Development
  • Neonatal Brain Injury
  • Neonatal Brain Monitoring
  • Neonatal Cardiac Surgery
  • Neonatal Chronic Lung Disease
  • Neonatal Dermatology
  • Neonatal Dermatology
  • Neonatal Drug Withdrawal
  • Neonatal Echocardiography
  • Neonatal Echocardiography
  • Neonatal Electroencephalography (EEG)
  • Neonatal Endocrinology
  • Neonatal Ethics And End-of-Life Care
  • Neonatal Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO)
  • Neonatal Eye Care
  • Neonatal Follow-Up And Developmental Outcomes
  • Neonatal Gastroenterology
  • Neonatal Glucose Homeostasis
  • Neonatal Hearing Impairment
  • Neonatal Hematology And Coagulation Disorders
  • Neonatal Hemodynamics
  • Neonatal Hepatology
  • Neonatal Hereditary Disorders
  • Neonatal Hyperbilirubinemia Management
  • Neonatal Hypercalcemia
  • Neonatal Hypertension
  • Neonatal Hypocalcemia
  • Neonatal Hypoglycemia
  • Neonatal Hypothermia And Hyperthermia
  • Neonatal Immunization
  • Neonatal Immunization Schedule
  • Neonatal Infectious Diseases
  • Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) Design And Ergonomics
  • Neonatal Invasive Procedures
  • Neonatal Long-Term Follow-Up Clinics
  • Neonatal Long-Term Neurodevelopmental Outcome
  • Neonatal Nephrology
  • Neonatal Neuroimaging
  • Neonatal Neurology
  • Neonatal Non-Invasive Ventilation
  • Neonatal Nutrition And Breastfeeding
  • Neonatal Nutritional Guidelines
  • Neonatal Pain Assessment Tools
  • Neonatal Pain Management
  • Neonatal Pain Management Guidelines
  • Neonatal Palliative Care
  • Neonatal Pharmacology
  • Neonatal Pulmonary Function Testing
  • Neonatal Pulmonary Hypertension
  • Neonatal Pulmonology
  • Neonatal Quality Improvement
  • Neonatal Radiology
  • Neonatal Renal Failure
  • Neonatal Respiratory Failure
  • Neonatal Resuscitation
  • Neonatal Resuscitation Guidelines
  • Neonatal Retinopathy
  • Neonatal Screening Programs
  • Neonatal Seizures And Anticonvulsant Therapy
  • Neonatal Sepsis
  • Neonatal Simulation And Training
  • Neonatal Surgical Procedures
  • Neonatal Telemedicine
  • Neonatal Thrombosis
  • Neonatal Transport And Stabilization
  • Neonatal Transport And Transfer
  • Neonatal Transport Teams And Equipment
  • Neonatal Ventilation Strategies
  • Parenteral Nutrition In Neonates
  • Patent Ductus Arteriosus (PDA)
  • Perinatal Asphyxia
  • Preterm Birth And Complications
  • Respiratory Distress Syndrome
  • Retinopathy Of Prematurity
  • Surfactant Therapy
  • Therapeutic Hypothermia For Hypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy