Secretary of NNF, a chief paediatrician and consultant neonatologist in West Delhi
A chief Paediatrician and consultant Neonatologist in West Delhi, Dr. Bhandari has donned many hats such as President of IMA Westown, State Secretary of Delhi Medical Association, Organizing Secretary of National Conference of IMA and Secretary General of National Neonatology Forum.
He is a graduate of University College of Medical Sciences, Delhi University (1981) and did Post Graduation in Paediatrics from Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi (1986). A veteran professional with more than 3 decades’ experience under his belt, he is heading Neonatology and Paediatrics departments of Kukreja Hospital. Also, he is Consultant Neonatologist at Shishu Sadan Children’s Hospital.
Lead Speaker/ face of Medical Profession across multiple forums.
He has been a Speaker, Chairperson, and Faculty in numerous Clinical Meetings and Conferences conducted by National Neonatology Forum, Indian Academy of Paediatrics, Delhi Medical Association, Indian Medical Association, many pharmaceutical companies as well as in the International Arena in the form of Mediterranean International Conference at Cairo, Egypt.
He has been an active change-maker by conducting frequent seminars in Delhi schools to spread awareness amongst children for the cause of health, sanitation, and well-being.
Association with National Neonatology Forum(NNF)
As a National Faculty and Trainer for Facility Based New-born Care and Neonatal Resuscitation Programme of NNF, he travels extensively to conduct exhaustive training and workshops aiming at reducing the Infant Mortality Rate by boosting the effectiveness of the Neonatal Resuscitation techniques adopted across the country. Recently, he has launched the App “NRI” (Neonatal Resuscitation India) to spread awareness of best practices across the country.
Senior Lecturer and Paediatrician (Neonatology), Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, University Malaya Medical Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Dr. Azanna Ahmad Kamar currently holds the position of Senior Lecturer and Consultant Neonatologist at University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur. She is a University of Malaya MBBS graduate and had spent her paediatric training years at Paediatric Institute Hospital Kuala Lumpur. She subsequently underwent further training in Dublin, the Republic of Ireland. As a paediatrics and neonatal registrar in Dublin, Republic of Ireland, she had worked at the Our Lady’s Hospital for Sick Children Crumlin, the Coombe Women and Infants’ University Hospital, and the Rotunda Hospital in central Dublin. She was a member of the Irish National Neonatal Transport Programme (NNTP) team. At present, as a Consultant Neonatologist and Senior Lecturer of her alma mater, she teaches medical as well biomedical engineering students. Her interests are in demographics of infant diseases, management of neonatal and paediatric ethical dilemmas, targeted therapeutic interventions, infant growth and nutrition, and the amalgamation of technology in neonatology. Her desire is to ensure that Malaysia will lead in the field of Neonatology for this region in this East, as a developing country that can assist and create standards of care and guidelines specific to its regional needs, and being pioneering and contemporary in the design of neonatology inventions that matter. She is also a keen bioethics and had received her certificate in Paediatric Bioethics Programmer from Children’s Mercy Hospital in affiliation with the University of Missouri, Kansas City, USA in 2016. She is also the current President of the Perinatal Society of Malaysia.
1. Ju Lee Oei, Ola D. Saugstad, Kei Lui, Ian M. Wright, John P. Smyth, Paul Craven, Yueping Alex Wang, Rowena
McMullan, Elisabeth Coates, Meredith Ward, Parag Mishra, Koert De Waal, Javeed Travadi, Kwee Ching See, Irene
G.S. Cheah, Chin Theam Lim, Yao Mun Choo, Azanna Ahmad Kamar, Fook Choe Cheah, Ahmed Masoud, William Tarnow-Mordi. Targeted Oxygen in the Resuscitation of Preterm Infants, a Randomized Clinical Trial. Pediatrics. Dec 2016, e20161452; DOI: 10.1542/peds.2016-1452.
2. Polly Soo Xi Yap, Azanna Ahmad Kamar, Chun Wie Chong, Ivan Kok Seng Yap, Kwai Lin Thong, Yao Mun Choo, Mohd Yasim Md Yusof, and Cindy Shuan Ju Teh. Intestinal carriage of multidrug-resistant gram-negative bacteria in preterm-infants during hospitalization in neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Pathogens And Global Health Vol. 110 , Iss. 6,2016.
3. Lai NM, Ahmad Kamar A, Choo YM, Kong JY, Ngim CF. Fluid supplementation for neonatal unconjugated
hyperbilirubinaemia (Protocol). Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2015, Issue 9. Art. No.:
CD011891. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD011891.
4. Lai NM, Taylor JE, Tan K, Choo YM, Ahmad Kamar A, Muhamad NA. Antimicrobial dressings for the prevention of catheter-related infections in newborn infants with central venous catheters. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2016, Issue 3. Art. No.: CD011082. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD011082.pub2.
5. A Ahmad Kamar, L Machen, M Sheridan-Pereira. An Audit of Management of Respiratory Distress Syndrome in the Context of the 2007 European Consensus Guidelines. Pediatric Research 70;496 (November
6. Choo YM, Ahmad Kamar A, Tengku Kamalden TAF, Looi ML, Tan K, Lai NM. Lutein and zeaxanthin for reducing morbidity and mortality in preterm infants (Protocol). Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2016, Issue Art. No.: CD012178. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD012178.
7. Nai Ming Lai, Jacqueline E Taylor, Kenneth Tan, Yao Mun Choo, Azanna Ahmad Kamar, Nor Asiah Muhamad,
Roslaili Khairudin. Antimicrobial dressings for the prevention of catheter-related infections in newborn infants
with central venous catheters. (Protocol). Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2014, Issue 5. Art. No.:
CD011082. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD011082.
8. Lai NM,Taylor JT, Tan K, Choo YM, Kamar AA, Muhamad NA. Antimicrobial dressings for the prevention of
catheter-related infections in newborn infants with central venous catheters. Journal of Paediatrics and Child
Health 51 (Suppl. 1) (2015), 1138.
9. D. V. Rukumani, A. K. Azanna, D. R. Ardita, T. S. Nee, Y. M. Yusof, S. D. Sekaran, and E. M. Shankar. Recalcitrant methicillin-sensitive coagulase negative Staphylococcus aureus in an extremely low birth weight preterm infant with thrombocytopaenia. J Med Microbiol Case Reports 2014 (1)doi: 10.1099/jmmcr.0.004242.
MSc., Medicine PhD candidate Chung Shan Medical University, Taiwan
Chang Shu- Lin,
Department of Clinical Laboratory Sciences and Medical Chang-Gung University Taipei, Taiwan 1990-1994
Master degree Department of Medical Imaging and Radiological Technology Yuan-Pei University
Hsinchu, Taiwan 2006-2008
Medicine PhD candidate Chung Shan Medical University 2016 till now Taichung, Taiwan
Professional Experience and Achievements
Chung Shan Medical University
PhD student – Critical care
Achievements & Responsibilities
Chung Hua Christian Hospital Catheterization Lab leader since 1995 till now
Attend all hemodynamics schedule and list of required lectures
Clinical demonstration and Teaching Hemodynamic
Visited Key physicians in ER, ICU, Cardiology, NICU, PICU, and OR
Assist Taiwan doctors clinical trial and study proposal
Johannes N. Van Den Anker, MD, Ph.D., F.A.A.P, F.C.P
Vice Chair of Pediatrics for Experimental Therapeutics, Evan and Cindy Jones Chair in Pediatric Clinical Pharmacology at George Washington University, Washington D.C., USA
Johannes van den Anker received his M.D. in 1983 from Erasmus University, Rotterdam, the Netherlands and was a resident in Pediatrics (1984-1988) and a fellow in Neonatal Medicine (1999-2001) at Sophia Children’s Hospital in Rotterdam.
After his clinical training he conducted clinical pharmacology studies investigating the impact of renal function development on clinical pharmacokinetics in the neonate that resulted in the successful defense of his Ph.D. in 1995.
In 1997 he became Director of Neonatology and Professor of Pediatrics and Neonatology at Erasmus University.
Currently he is the Vice Chair of Pediatrics for Experimental Therapeutics and Director of Clinical Pharmacology at Children’s National Health System in Washington, DC, USA and is Professor of Pediatrics, Integrative Systems Biology, Pharmacology & Physiology at George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences, and the Chair of Paediatric Pharmacology and Pharmacometrics at the University of Basel Children’s Hospital in Switzerland
He is also appointed at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine as an Adjunct Professor of Medicine, Pediatrics, Pharmacology, and Molecular Sciences.
Since 2005 he holds the Evan and Cindy Jones Chair in Pediatric Clinical Pharmacology at Children’s National Health System and since 2014 he is the Distinguished Professor of Pediatric Pharmacology at the University of Basel Children’s Hospital in Switzerland.
He is board certified in Pediatrics by the American Academy of Pediatrics and in Clinical Pharmacology by the American Board of Clinical Pharmacology.
He has been granted several major awards from the National Institute of Health (NIH) and leads one of the only four NICHD-funded Research Centers Specialized in Pediatric Developmental Pharmacology in the USA.
He has published over 350 peer reviewed papers in the field of neonatal and pediatric clinical pharmacology and serves on the Editorial Board of several Clinical Pharmacology journals.
He has been a member of the Board of the American Society for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics and is a former President of the European Society for Developmental, Perinatal and Paediatric Pharmacology.
Currently he is the President of the American College of Clinical Pharmacology, the President-elect of the European Society of Developmental, Perinatal and Paediatric Pharmacology, and a member of the Committee on Drugs of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Rongen-Westerlaken C, Drop SLS, van den Anker JN. Primary adrenocortical insufficiency in childhood. Acta Endocrinol Suppl (Copenh) 1986; 279:279-283.
Groenendaal F, Rothbarth PH, van den Anker JN, Spritzer R. Congenital mumps pneumonia: a rare cause of neonatal respiratory distress. Acta Paediatr Scand 1990; 79:1252-1254.
Wesselink M, van den Anker JN, Sauer PJJ. The use of corticosteroids in bronchopulmonary dysplasia. Ned Tijdschr Geneeskd 1991; 135:943-946.
Van den Anker JN, Baerts W, Quak JM, Robben SG, Meradji M. Iatrogenic perforation of the lamina cribrosa by nasogastric tube in an infant. Pediatr Radiol 1992;22:545-546.
Kleinlugtenbeld EA, Van Lingen RA, Retter WPF, van den Anker JN. Neonatal sepsis in the first days of life caused by Haemophilus influenzae. Ned TijdschrGeneeskd 1992; 136:1841-1843.
Van den Anker JN, Van Vugt EE, Zandwijken GRJ, Cohen-Overbeek TE, Lindhout DA. Severe limb abnormalities: analysis of a cluster of five cases born during a period of 45 days. Am J Med Genet 1993; 45:659-667.
Quak JME, Szatmari A, van den Anker JN. Cardiac tamponade in a preterm neonate secondary to a chest tube. Acta Paediatr 1993; 82:490-491.
Van den Anker JN, Sinaasappel M. Bleeding as presenting symptom of cholestasis. J Perinatol 1993; 13:322-324.
Szatmari A, van den Anker JN, Gaillard JLJ. An acardiac infant: the extreme form of the twin-twin transfusion syndrome. Int J Cardiol 1993; 41:237-240.
Van den Anker JN, Mildner RJ, Sauer PJJ. Cocaine and pregnancy; who pays the bill? Ned Tijdschr Geneeskd 1993; 137:118-121.
Umans-Eckenhausen MAW, Terlouw JF, Szatmari A, van den Anker JN. Application of non-glycoside inotropic agents in the newborn infants. Tijdschr Kindergeneeskd 1993; 61:13-20.
Dr. Eason is the Chief of Neonatology at Corniche Hospital. Prior to joining Corniche, he has held positions as Clinical Director for Neonates and Obstetrics, Clinical Director for Women’s Reproductive Health and Neonatology, Service Line Director for Neonatology and most recently as Clinical Governance Lead. Part of his extensive experience has also involved development of regional neonatal transport services recently gaining an aeromedical neonatal transport qualification from the University of Otago, New Zealand; formation of national neonatal networks; education of specialist registrars, medical students, neonatal nurses and advanced neonatal nurse practitioners; participation in multi-disciplinary clinics with perinatal/obstetric colleagues; organization of national neonatal meetings; and chair of regional neonatal governance with ongoing protocol development and implementation, as well as oversight over all pertinent audits.
As the South of England representative for the British Association of Perinatal Medicine, he has been an active participant or chair of various committees and task forces at the Department of Health and at the National Institute for Clinical Excellence. He has taught and set up ventilation study courses across the UK and belongs to neonatal cardiac and nutritional interest groups. He has had numerous publications in peer-reviewed journals, helped develop various neonatal databases, and was heavily involved in the production of the Department of Health Neonatal Toolkit and subsequent NICE guideline on Specialised Neonatal Care for the UK.
Besides his professional work, He has been the Captain of numerous Rugby teams. In addition to skiing and surfing he is an avid cycler at Yas Island.
Dr. Eason has received numerous awards and accolades during his neonatal career leading to achieving the top NHS Clinical Excellence Award Level 9.
Clinical quiz. Left perirenal phaeochromocytoma and left upper pole renal artery stenosis. Combined excision of tumor and left total nephroadrenalectomy, after full alpha- and beta-adrenergic blockade was achieved. Paediatric.Nephrol (1996) 10: pp804-807
Ram.R, Reaveley.A, Dorling. J, Eason.J. Bilateral Upper Limb weakness and stridor. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 2002 Sep;156(9):941-3
Dorling J, Eason J, McClure R, O’Neill K. Case – Control Study of Pulmonary haemorrhage in Very Low Birthweight Infants. Early Human Development 2003; 71:96-97
Williamson A, Mullet J, Bunting M, Eason J. Neonatal examination: are midwives clinically effective? RCM Midwives. 2005 Mar;8(3):116-8
Al-Sabbah A, Armon M, Roebuck D, Eason J Et al. Successful transcatheter embolisation of iliac artery mycotic aneurysm in a neonate. Arch Dis Child Fetal Neonatal Ed. 2007 Mar: 92 (2); F135-6
Collaborations:Salt A et al. On behalf of East Anglian Very Low Birthweight project. Outcome at 2 years for VLBW infants in a geographical population: Risk factors, cost, and impact of congenital anomalies. Early Human Development 2006;Vol 32 Issue 2 p125-133
D’Amore A et al. On behalf of East Anglian Very Low Birthweight project. Two-year outcomes from very low birth weight infants in a geographically defined population across 10 years, 1993 – 2002: comparing 1993-1997 with 1998-2002. Arch Dis Child Fetal Neonatal Ed 2009
Leaf Alison et al. On behalf of the Abnormal Doppler Enteral Prescription Trial Collaborative Group. Early or Delayed Enteral Feeding for Preterm Growth Restricted Infants: A randomised Trial. Pediatrics Vol 129 No5 May 2012
Eason, Julian D, Holstii, Liisa, Grunau, Ruth V E, Whitfield, Michael F. Abstracts Dexamethasone for Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia; effects of clinical choices on outcomes-
A Modern Parable. Paediatric Research, April 1996. Vol 39 Issue4 p206
Eason J, Kingo A, Scheifle D. Immunisation Uptake Rates in infants born prematurely in British Columbia. Are we following current guidelines? Society for Paediatric Research, American Academy of Paediatrics 1995
Kingo A, Eason J, Scheifle D. Pertussis Immunisation in premature infants with Intraventricular haemorrhage. Society for Paediatric Research, American Academy of Paediatrics 1995
Del Mar J, Eason J. A case of severe protein allergy. South West Paediatric Club 2011
Shetty M, Eason J. Comparison of live-born twins conceived by artificial reproductive technologies to naturally conceived twins. RCPCH Annual meeting 2012
Bennett C, and Eason J. Provision of Equipment for a Combined Neonatal and High Risk Obstetric Air Transport Service. Neonatal Transport Interest Group. Plymouth 2011
Yahya L, Eason J, Selorio S, and Shaeishaa N. Standardisation of Parenteral Nutrition in Neonates. SEHA innovation 2013
Chief, Divisions of Allergy, Immunology, Rheumatology and Infectious Diseases, Nemours Children's Hospital, Orlando, FL Professor of Pediatrics, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL, USA
Dr. Kenneth Alexander is a pediatric infectious disease specialist in Orlando, Florida since 1992.
He received his medical degree from University of Washington School of Medicine and has been in practice for more than 20 years.
Repeated Blood Cultures in Pediatric Febrile Neutropenia: Would Following the Guidelines Alter the Outcome? Petty LA, Sokol EA, Bartlett AH, McNeer JL, Alexander KA, Pisano J. Pediatr Blood Cancer. 2016 Jul;63(7):1244-9. doi: 10.1002/pbc.25965.
Pneumonia With Chest Wall Invasion in a School-Aged Child. Nash CB, Hendrickson BA, Alexander KA. J Pediatric Infect Dis Soc. 2014 Dec;3(4):e42-4. doi: 10.1093/jpids/piu002.
Taxi Drivers: A Target Population for the Prevention of Transmissible Disease? Limper HM, Burns JL, Alexander KA. J Community Health. 2016 Apr;41(2):207-10. doi: 10.1007/s10900-015-0099-9.
Challenges to school-located vaccination: lessons learned. Limper HM, Burns JL, Lloyd LM, Atilano J, Alexander KA, Caskey RN. Pediatrics. 2014 Oct;134(4):803-8. doi: 10.1542/peds.2014-1339. Review.
Adolescent sexual activity and cancer risk: physicians’ duty to inform? Quinn GP, Vadaparampil ST, Johns T, Alexander KA, Giuliano AR. Curr Med Res Opin. 2014 Sep;30(9):1827-31. doi: 10.1185/03007995.2014.924913.
Self employed consultant neonatal physiotherapist, UK
Peta has built up a wealth of experience and expertise in the assessment and treatment of babiesand young children with neuro-disability over the past 30 years.
In 1994 Eastern and Coastal.Kent NHS Primary Care Trust and East Kent University Hospital Foundation Trust recognised a gap in services for vulnerable premature and high-risk neonates and born in South East Kent.
A successful joint bid from the primary and secondary care services led to Peta’s appointment to a full time dedicated post initially as Clinical Specialist Neonatal Physiotherapist, and after.
Agenda for Change as Consultant Neonatal Physiotherapist to the South East Kent regional level 3 Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at the William Harvey Hospital Ashford Kent and the Children’s.
Assessment Centre of the Kent and Canterbury Hospital Canterbury. This role offered an equitable service, one of the wider health targets, for neonates across East Kent and included early identification and management of infants at risk of developmental or neurological difficulties.
It demonstrates effective partnership working between the acute and community Trusts in order to improve the quality of care to these vulnerable infants and their families.
She provided a specialist assessment and advisory service on a consultative basis to the NICU identifying children who will most benefit from effective early intervention, targeting the children and families who are most at risk, and promotes a smooth transition of care from the acute services to the community based early support services across East Kent when a need is identified, at the appropriate time, to help to ensure improved outcomes for these vulnerable high risk infants.
The neonatal physiotherapist took the lead role in the standardised screening and assessment of infants after discharge.
A specialty joint neurological neonatal follow up clinic was developed in two hospitals across the locality for infants who were particularly at risk. These clinics continue to run today.
The infants are seen by the Consultant Neonatologist and the neonatal physiotherapist together in order to share skill and experience when identifying, diagnosing and monitoring neurodevelopment problems. Counselling is also an important role of these clinics, when difficult disclosures of diagnosis and prognosis of likely outcomes are discussed with the parents and carers.
Peta sat on the Kent and Medway Neonatal Network Board and was also a member of the Clinical Forum and Education and Training committee of that network.
Peta has a wealth of experience in her role as an educationalist for specialist medical, therapy and nursing staff staff on the neuro-motor and neuro-behavioural development and assessment
of preterm and term born infants in the NICU.
She regularly lectured on the post graduate Neonatal Nursing courses at Canterbury Christchurch University and Greenwich University and was an invited lecturer at University College London, Institute of Child Health on the Post Graduate MSc in Advanced Paediatric, Neuro Physiotherapy course on the subject of ‘Infant Developmental Assessment’. Peta was also an invited lecturer at both Brighton and Sheffield Hallam Universities on post
graduate MSc courses. Peta retired from clinical practice in 2012.
In retirement from clinical work Peta continues to provide education and mentoring for specialist postgraduate therapy and neonatal nurses throughout the UK, Ireland and Internationally.
She regularly travels to Dubai to teach and act as mentor and clinical supervisor to the physiotherapists who work on the large Neonatal Intensive Care unit Al Wasl Hospital. Peta presented at the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists ( ISCP) National Conference in Dublin November 2009 and also at APCP National Conference in Belfast November 2009. Peta was co-founder and the first Chair of the Neonatal Network of APCP and retired as Chair of APCP in November 2008 after serving 8 years on APCP national committee.
Brady A and Smith P. ‘A competence Framework and Evidence Based Guidance for Physiotherapists working
in the Neonatal Intensive Care and Special Care Baby Unit ‘; for the Association of Paediatric Chartered
Physiotherapists (APCP) May 2011 and updated November 2015
Department of Pediatrics, Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Taiwan
Dr. Reyin Lien was born in Taipei, Taiwan in 1956 and received her medical degree from Taipei Medical College, Taipei, Taiwan in 1981. She then went into the field of pediatrics and further specialized in neonatal-perinatal medicine.
1981-1983 Resident in Pediatrics, Chang-Gung Memorial Hospital, Taipei, Taiwan
1984-1987 NIH Post-graduate Trainee, Department of Physiology University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA
1987-1990 Resident in Pediatrics, Milton S. Hershey Medical center, Pennsylvania State University School of Medicine, Hershey, Pennsylvania USA
1990-1993 Fellow in Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA
ACADEMIC & HOSPITAL APPOINTMENT:
1990-1993: Clinical Instructor, Department of Pediatrics University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, USA.
1993-1995: Associate Physician, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, USA.
1993-1995: Staff Neonatologist, Section of Newborn Pediatrics, Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA.
1993-1995: Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics Thomas Jefferson University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA.
1995-present: Attending Physician, Division of Neonatology Chang-Gung Children’s Hospital, Taoyuan, Taiwan.
1997-2015: Assistant Professor, Dept. of Pediatrics, Chang-Gung University School of Medicine, Taoyuan, Taiwan.
2015-present: Associate Professor, Dept. of Pediatrics, Chang-Gung University School of Medicine, Taoyuan, Taiwan.
2005-present: Chief, Division of Neonatology Chang-Gung Children’s Hospital, Taoyuan, Taiwan.
1990: American Board of Pediatrics
1993: American Board of Pediatrics, Sub-board of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine
1995: Certified Instructor and Provider Neonatal Advanced Life Support (NALS) AHA and AAP
Hypoxic ischemic tissue injury and related diseases in the neonates
Developmental maturation of breathing mechanics
Senior Consultant and the head of the Neonatological Department with NICU at Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, General Medical Hospital, 1st Faculty of Medicine of Charles University, Prague
Dr. Richard is born in the 13th of February 1957 in Prague, now working in the position of senior consultant and the head at the Division of Neonatology of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 1st Faculty of Medicine at the Charles University, General Faculty Hospital in Prague.
New modes of mechanical ventilation, high frequency ventilation (HFOV, HFJV);
Interaction between surfactant and strategies of mechanical ventilation; non-invasive ventilator support.
Mitochondria maturation and impact to perinatal morbidity
Thyroid hormones in premature newborns, FIRS and clinical impact of inflammation to mortality and morbidity of preterm infants
Epidemiology of premature births in the Czech Republic and in the Europe.
The current interest is to study delivery room adaptation of extremely premature infants; taking care and approaches in infants born at the edge of viability; all kinds of ventilatory support in combination with surfactant administration in extremely and very premature infant. The other issue of his investigation is the cerebral oxygenation and IVH reduction in extremely preterm infants. He cooperates in the European Randomized Control Studies as a national coordinator and member of Steering Committees.
LAMBERSKÁ T, LUKŠOVA M, SMÍŠEK J, VAŇKOVÁ J, PLAVKA R (corresponding author). Premature infants born at < 25 weeks of gestation may be compromised by currently recommended resuscitation techniques. Acta Paediatr, 2016 Apr;105(4):e142–50. ISSN 0803-5253. IF = 1,647 (2015)
BASSLER D, PLAVKA R, SHINWELL ES, et al. Early inhaled budesonide for the prevention of bronchopulmonary dysplasia. 2015; New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM), 2015; 373(16): 1497–1506. ISSN 0028-4793. IF = 59,558
SUBCIKOVA L, HOSKOVEC M, VRKOSLAV V, CMELIKOVA T, HAKOVA E, MIKOVA R, COUFAL P, DOLEZAL A, PLAVKA R, & CVACKA J Analysis of 1,2-diol diesters in vernix caseosa by high-performance liquid chromatography – atmospheric pressure chemical ionization mass spectrometry. Journal of Chromatography A, 2015; 1378: 8–18. ISSN 0021-9673. IF = 3,936
MIKOVA R, VRKOSLAV V, HANUS R, HAKOVA E, HABOVA Z, DOLEZAL A, PLAVKA R, COUFAL P, & CVACKA J. Newborn boys and girls differ in the lipid composition of vernix caseosa. PLOS ONE, 2014; 9(6), article number e99173. ISSN 1932-6203. IF = 3,234
MIKOVA R, VRKOSLAV V, HANUS R, HAKOVA E, HABOVA Z, DOLEZAL A, PLAVKA R, COUFAL P, & CVACKA J. Newborn boys and girls differ in the lipid composition of vernix caseosa. PLOS ONE, 2014; 9(6), article number e99173. ISSN 1932-6203. IF = 3,234
LAMBERSKÁ T, VANKOVA J, PLAVKA R. Efficacy of FiO2 increase during the initial resuscitation of premature Infants < 29 Weeks: An Observational Study. Pediatrics and Neonatology. 2013; 54(6): 373–379. ISSN 1875-9572. IF = 1,231
SWEET DG, CARNIELLI V, GREISEN G, OZEK E, PLAVKA R, SAUGSTAD OD, SIMEONI U, SPEER CP, VENTO M, HALLIDAY HL. European Consensus Guidelines on the Management of Neonatal Respiratory Distress Syndrome in Preterm Infants-2013 Update. Neonatology. 2013; 103(4): 353–368. ISSN 1661-7800. IF = 2.573
VAN KAAM AH, DE JAEGERE AP, RIMENSBERGER PC, Neovent Study Group (PLAVKA R). Incidence of hypo- and hyper-capnia in a cross-sectional European cohort of ventilated newborn infants. Archives of Disease in Childhood: Fetal and Neonatal Edition. 2013; 98(4): F323–F326. ISSN 1359-2998. IF = 3.451
KOPECKY, P., PLAVKA, R. Milking of Umbilical Cord in Preterm Infants. Feasibility Study. Pediatric Research, 2011; 70(Suppl. 5): 250–250. ISSN 0031-3998. IF = 2,700
LAMBERSKA T., VANKOVA J. PLAVKA R (corresponding author). Should be Oxygenation of Extremely Premature Infants (EPI) Guided by FIO2 Adjustment during the First Five Minutes of Life? Pediatric Research, 2011; 70(Suppl. 5): 252–252. ISSN 0031-3998. IF = 2,700
ZLATOHLÁVKOVÁ B, KYTNAROVÁ J, KUBĚNA AA, FLEISCHNEROVA A, DOKOUPILOVA M, PLAVKA, R. Five-year Survival without Major Disability of Extremely Preterm Infants Born at 22–27 Weeks’ Gestation Admitted to a NICU. Acta Paediatrica; 2010 Nov, 99 (11): 1618–1623. ISSN 0803-5253. IF = 1,768
SWEET DG, CARNIELLI V, GREISEN G, HALLMAN M, OZEK E, PLAVKA R, SAUGSTAD OD, SIMEONI U, SPEER CP, HALLIDAY HL European Consensus Guidelines on the Management of Neonatal Respiratory Distress Syndrome in Preterm Infants – 2010 Update. Neonatology; 2010, 97 (4): 402–417. ISSN 1661-7800. IF = 1,984
SANDRI F, PLAVKA R, ANCORA G, SIMEONI U, STRAŇÁK Z, MARTINELLI S, MOSCA F, NONA J, THOMSON M, VERDER H, FABBRI L, HALLIDAY L. Prophylactic or Early Selective Surfactant Combined With nCPAP in Very Preterm Infants. Pediatrics 2010 Jun; 125 (6): E1402–E1409. ISSN 0031-4005. IF = 4,687
BASSLER D, HALLIDAY HL, PLAVKA R, GALOMAN M, SHINWELL E, JARREAU PH, CARNIELLI V, VAN DEN ANKER J, SCHWAB M, POETS CF. The Neonatal European Study of Inhaled Steroids (NEUROSIS): An EU-Funded International Randomised Controlled Trial in Preterm Infants. Neonatology 2010; 97 (1): 52–55. ISSN 1661-7800. IF = 1,984
PhD — University of Pennsylvania — Maturation of Autonomic Nervous System as Measured by Heart Rate Variability — 1994
MSN — University of Pennsylvania — Perinatal — 1986
BA — University of Manitoba — Sociology/Psychology — 1984
BN — University of Manitoba — Nursing — 1982
Areas of Research, Teaching, And Clinical Expertise and Scholarship
Dr. Verklan’s main research emphasis is on the development of the fetal and neonatal cardiopulmonary and autonomic nervous systems as evaluated by linear and non-linear methods of analysis. She works with the University of Houston Superconductivity Center and uses magnetocardiography to obtain heart rate signals from the fetus and EKGs to obtain physiologic variability from the neonate. Terese has taught in all programs (baccalaureate, masters and doctoral (both PhD and DNP) prior to coming to UTMB. Currently, she is teaching in the PhD program, GNRS 6350 Clinical Nurse Investigations in Nursing Grant Proposal.
Dr. Verklan still works at the bedside in a Level IIIC Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. She is an internationally recognized expert in the care of neonates and consults both nationally and internationally as a Critical Care Clinical Nurse Specialist on matters related to the care of the newborn.
Dr. Verklan is a member of several editorial boards and is the Associate Editor for Nursing and Health Sciences and a Contributing Editor of the Journal of Perinatal and Neonatal Nursing. She also reviews for nursing and medical journals.
Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing
2011 Recipient of the Award for Excellence in Education from the Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric, and Neonatal Nurses
Past Chair, University of Texas System Faculty Advisory Committee
Fellow, Academic Leadership Program (University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston)
Bristol Myers Scribb Foundation Scholar
Chair of Pediatrics at the Medical Faculty of the University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
In 2008 Prof. Dr. med. Ursula Felderhoff-Müser took over the Chair of Pediatrics at the Medical Faculty of the University of Duisburg-Essen (UDE) and the Department of Pediatrics I at the University Hospital (Neonatology, Peditaric Intensive Care, Pediatric Neurology).
Felderhoff-Müser studied medicine in Homburg-Saar, Vienna and Heidelberg, where she succesfully completed her MD thesis in 1993. Various clinical and scientific activities took her to the university children’s hospitals in Heidelberg, Berlin and London Hammersmith until the year 2000. As a specialist in pediatrics with a focus on neonatology, she worked for eight years as a senior physician at the Charité Department of Neonatology in Berlin. She habilitated in 2003 on the importance of certain cell biology processes that lead to brain damage in children. In spring 2008, she was appointed an extraordinary professor at the Charité.
Felderhoff-Müser deals with special problems and their treatment of premature babies and sick newborns. Her clinical specialty is the diagnosis and therapy of neonatal diseases, as well as emergency and neurointensive care in young children. Her scientific focus is research into the protection of nerve and glia cells of very small preterm infants and seriously ill newborns.
Hemodynamics Lecturer & Consultant-Pediatric Cardiologist/ ER specialist, Germany
Pediatric Cardiologist with extensive of experience in hemodynamics researches and clinical studies
• Developer of Shock DD Algorithm (protocol) through implementing Hemodynamics algorithm
• Involved in evaluation and development of various Hemodynamic technologies.
• Speaker in many national, regional and International congresses.
• Utilizing my unique background which includes academic and clinical cardiology, clinical research, business development, and executive experience
Dr. Yasser is a goal oriented person, recognized for integrity, personal commitment to excellence, analytical skills, leadership, strong team player, Strategic thinking, personnel development, and problem solving with a rare ability to function effectively on strategic and tactical levels simultaneously, which results in a global vision and an exceptional record of success.
Lectures & Work Shop History:
• Advanced Critical Care Congress, Hualien Taiwan, 12-2016
• Asian Emergency Medicine Congress, Taiwan, Taipei, Taiwan 10-2015
•Taiwan Pediatric Association Congress, Taipei, Taiwan 4-2014
• Taiwan Critical Care Society Congress, Taipei, Taiwan 10-2013
Associate Professor of Pediatrics Consultant Neonatologist Chairman, Department of Pediatrics, KSA
Dr. Al Nemri is a visiting consultant neonatologist of different units in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. he is participating in media education through Saudi Arabian Television Channel 1, Medical Journal Program hosted by Dr. Taher Al Sabbag.
In addition, he participates actively in establishing Nursing Diploma in the Kingdom as well as in Yemen and Gulf countries.
Moreover, Dr. Al Nemri is lecturing in Paediatric Club in Makkah, Tabuk, Jeddah, Jizan and Abha. as well as Establishing Saudi Neonatal and Paediatrics Emergency Transport System (SNPETS).
Al Nemri, et al. Embryonal rhabdomyosarcoma and chromosomal breakage in newborn infant with possible Dubowitz syndrome. American Journal of Medical Genetics 92:107-110;2000.
A. Al Nemri, et al. Influence of some recent advances on the morbidity and survival of extremely low birth weight infants (ELBW) at King Khalid University Hospital in Riyadh, Curr Pediatr Res 2002;6(1).
Faisal Abu Ektesih, F Okour, A. Al Nemri. An outbreak of Klebsiella pneumonia in a neonatal unit in Northern Jordan. Emirates Medical Journal 2002;20(3):359-361.
J. Zahraa, A. Abdu, A. Al Nemri. Congenital central hypoventilation syndrome: diagnosis and the challenge of management. Emirates Medical Journal 2002;20(3):389-391.
A. Al Nemri. Immediate and neuro-developmental outcome of ELBW below 750 gm: 5 years’ experience in KKUH, Riyadh. Curr Pediatr Res 2004 (1&2):15-18.
A. Al Nemri, L. Ignacio, F. Al Zamil and A. Al Jarallah. Rare but fatal complication of UVC. Congenit Heart Dis 2006;1:180-183.
A. Al Nemri, F. Bashiri. Tuberculosis in pregnancy: the need to improve the rate of diagnosis. Middle East Paediatrics Vol. 11 No. 4 Winter 2006.
Cause Specific Mortality Rate at Neonatal Intensive Care 6 years cohort study at Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Armed Force Hospital; Southern Region 2001-2006 pending at Indian J of Pediatric.
A. Al Nemri, A. H. Ibraheem, Y. Al Qahtani, S. Al Shahrani. Laryngotracheosophageal cleft; neonatal presentation and diagnostic challenges. Journal of Taibah University Medical Sciences 2010;5(1):53-57.
A. Al Nemri, L. Ignacio and F. Al Zamil. Laryngoscope bulb ingestion during delivery room resuscitation. Journal of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine 2 (2009);299-301.
M. Abdelatif, M. Al Bakrah, M. F. Qureshi and A. Al Nemri. Protein C deficiency in a neonate with purpura fulminans. The Internet Journal of Pediatric and Neonatology, 2008 Volume 8 Number 2.
I. Y. Saadeldin, Y. Housawi, A. Al Nemri, and A. Al Nemri. Benign familial and non-familial infantile seizures (Fukuyama-Watanabe-Vigevano syndrome): A study of 14 cases from Saudi Arabia. Brain and Development 32(2010);378-384.
A. Al Nemri and S. Al Fifi. Cause-specific neonatal mortality at the Armed Forces Hospital, Southern Region Khamis Mushayt, Kingdom of Saudi Arabi. Medical Journal of Cairo University
Abdulrahman Al Nemri, Rushaid Al Jurayyan et al. Neonatal hyperbilirubinemia and elevated liver enzymes associated with thyroid hormone deficiency. Curr Pediatr Res 2012;16(2):101-104.
Nasir A.M. Al Jurayyan, Abdulrahman M.H. Al Nemri, Abdullah N.A. Al Jurayyan, Asaad M.A. Assiri. Celiac disease in children with short stature: a hospital based study. Journal of Taibah University for Medical Sciences 2013;8(2):93-96.
Asaad Assiri, Anjum Saeed, Abdulrahman Al Nemri, Sarfaraz Ahmad, Elshazalay Saeed, Sajjad Jameel. Five Arab children with glucose-galactose malabsorption. Paediatrics and International Child Health 2013; Vol 33(2):108-110.
Vice-Chairman of the Advisory Board of HRP Alliance, Department of Reproductive Health and Research (RHR), WHO (2016-Current), Egypt
Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Faculty of Medicine, Ain Shams University (2009-Current)
Director of the Egyptian Center for Evidence Based Medicine (ECEBM) (2011-Current)
Editor (Associate), Cochrane Pregnancy and Childbirth Group, Liverpool University, UK
Systematic Reviewer and Referee in the following Cochrane Review Groups: Pregnancy and Childbirth
Group, Menstrual Disorders & Subfertility Group, Epilepsy Group, Inflammatory Bowel Disease &
Functional Bowel Disorders Group, Injuries Group, Hepatobiliary Group, Eye and Vision Group, Skin
Group, Incontinence group, Heart group, Public Health Group
International Referee for the following top-tier journals International Journal of Gynecology and
Obstetrics (The Official Journal of the FIGO), Archives of Obstetrics and Gynecology, British Journal of
Obstetrics and Gynecology (BJOG) (The Official Journal of the Royal College of Obstetrics and
Gynecology), Maternal and Child Health Journal, BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, Therapeutics and Clinical
Risk Management Rater of Evidence at McMaster University
International Research Projects
WHO, Geneva: 2016-Current: Regional coordinator of the WHO Global Sepsis Study
UN Women: Principal Investigator: 2011-2013: Women and HIV, an Evidence Profile.
WHO, EMRO: Principal Investigator: 2005-2006: Safety Climate survey of clinicians and managers in
USAIDS: Principal Investigator: 2005: Patient Safety Concept survey of clinicians and managers in Primary
USAIDS: Principal Investigator. 2003-2004: Household Survey of the Availability, Accessibility, Acceptability
and Affordability of Family Planning Methods in Slum Areas.
USAIDS: Co-Investigator. 2002-2003: Maternal Health Needs Assessment in Urban Slum and Rural Areas.
John J. Sciarra Prize Paper Award 2008, International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics.
Consultant pediatrician and consultant pediatrics nephrologist and pediatrics nephrology, DHA, UAE
Dr. Entesar is a true veteran Pediatric with over 16 years of experience both in local and international medical institutions. Started her career back in 2000 at al Qasmi Hospital as an intern, she went on to establish herself as an ambitious self motivated pediatric resident at the hospital till 2005. Driven by her insatiable thirst for knowledge and career development within the pediatric realm, Dr. Entesar traveled across the globe to Halifax, Canada, to continue her successful residency endeavor. Soon enough, Halifax’s renowned Dalhousie University made her its chief pediatric resident between 2007 – 2008, followed by a Pediatrics Nephrology fellowship in Hospital for sick Children, Toronto Canada, July2008-Sept2010, and was named chief fellow of Pediatrics nephrology fellows in 2009 -2010.
Equipped with her newly acquired knowledge, Dr. Entesar returned back to her home country and resumed work in Al Qasimi Hospital in 2010 as a General Pediatrician and Pediatrics Nephrologist, in addition to heading the Accident and Emergency Dept between 2010-2011. Her excellence at her field carried her to new heights as she now Heads the Pediatrics in Dubai Hospital in addition to her role as the Director of Pediatrics Arab Board in DHA since Sept 2014, consultant pediatrician and consultant pediatrics nephrologist and Head of pediatrics nephrology department in DHA 2014-2016.
Dr. Entesar academic history is equally impressive. A Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery from Jordan University of Science and Technology, She also achieved the American board of pediatricians, Canadian board of pediatrics and Masters in health care management in Royal college of Surgeons in Ireland, Dubai Campus. through her career, she attended tens of international conferences, and was head speaker at many high level medical gatherings locally and globally. She strongly believes in passing the knowledge to new generations, so she tutored 4th year medical students in Sharjah University Medical School, and also working in Dubai women college in Dubai.
Consultant Pediatrician/Neonatologist, Chairman of Paediatric Department, Sharjah University Hospital. Professor at Sharjah University, UAE
Dr. Yaseen undertook his entire paediatric specialist training in France, holding a double French Board in Paediatrics (Rennes University) and in Neonatology (Nancy University). He is also a fellow of the Royal College of Paediatrics, FRCPCH (UK).
He is a fully registered consultant with the British General Medical Council (GMC), the French Medical Council and a Senior Consultant with the Ministry of Health in the UAE.
He has joined University Hospital Sharjah (UHS) in March 2010, prior to which he has held senior positions in Caen University Hospital (France), King Fand University Hospital (University of King Faisal, Saudi Arabia) and worked in many UK prestigious hospitals including University College of London Hospital (UCLH), Aberdeen, Birmingham and Exeter.
Not only does he spend his days (and long nights) providing critical care to babies as a neonatologist, he is also actively involved in teaching medical students, pediatric residents and fellows in neonatal-perinatal medicine as a professor of paediatrics at University of Sharjah. He was also associated as a lecturer at Caen University (France) and an assistant professor at King Faisal University.
He has published internationally with 35 papers published in international peer reviewed journals. He was a speaker or a chair person in more than 40 international and national conferences and symposia.
His practice comprises a broad spectrum of complex medical and high risk situations among newborns, including extreme pre-maturity (23 weeks’ gestation or above) or extremely low birth weight (500g or more) or who have severe and/or complex illnesses that require advanced level care and services.
He specializes particularly in preterm birth and its complications like complex birth defects, severe pre-maturity and complications around pregnancy, labor and delivery, including chronic lung disease, poor growth, respiratory distress syndrome, heart problems, immature skin and eyes, and under-developed digestive and neurological systems. NICU includes nitric oxide therapy, all mode of ventilation, cooling therapy, etc.
His practice also encompasses the investigation and management of babies born at full maturity of the term suffer from infection, congenital birth defects, care for neonatal surgery, in-utero drug exposure and complications from a traumatic birth. He has 2 general pediatric clinics per weeks examining babies and big children.
Professor of Pediatrics, College of Medicine and Health Sciences, United Arab of Emirates University.
French Faculty of Medicine, St Joseph University, Beirut, Lebanon
Postgraduate Diplomas, Certificates, and Fellowships
Dipl Prev Pediatrics, Université René Descartes Paris VI, Paris, France
MRCP, Royal College of Physicians, UK
FRCP, Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons, Glasgow, UK
FRCPCH, Royal College of Paediatrics & Child Health, London, UK
MSc Epid, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, Univ. of London, UK
M Med Ed (Distinction) University of Dundee,UK
Honorary Fellow of the Royal College of Paediatrics & Child Health, UK
Consultant Paediatrician, Saudi Aramco Medical Services Organisation, Saudi Arabia
Consultant Paediatrician, Sandwell & West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust, UK
Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer, Division of Reproductive and Child Health-Paediatrics, The University of Birmingham, UK
All aspects of general paediatrics All aspects of neonatal and perinatal medicine. Epidemiology. Evidence-based medicine. Systematic reviews. Medical education.
Aburawi EH, Narchi H, Souid AK. Persistent wandering atrial pacemaker after epinephrine overdosing — a case report. BMC Pediatrics 2013, 13:1 doi:10.1186/1471-2431-13-1.
Khodaghalian B, Tewary KK, Narchi H. PFAPA with facial swelling- A new association? Indian J Pediatr. 2012.
Narchi H, Ghatasheh G, Al Hassani N, Al Reyami L, Khan Q. Comparison of underlying factors behind parental refusal or consent for lumbar puncture. World J Pediatr 2013. In press.
Narchi H, Ghoneim DM, Skinner A, CogginsP. Texture Analysis of Periventricular Echogenicity on Neonatal Cranial Ultrasound Predicts Periventricular Leukomalacia. J Perinat Neonat Med 2013. In press.
Narchi H. Pediatric examinations content validity comparison: in-house versus NBME examination. Medical Science Educator 2013;23(2).
Narchi H, Ghatasheh G, Al Hassani N, Al Reyami L, Khan Q. Why Do Some Parents Refuse Consent for Lumbar Puncture on Their Child? A Qualitative Study. Hosp Pediatr 2012; 2(2): 93-98
Narchi H, Ghoneim DM, Skinner A, CogginsP. Texture Analysis of Periventricular White Matter Hyperechogenicity on Neonatal Cranial Ultrasound Scans and Risk of Periventricular Leukomalacia (abstract). Pediatric Research (2011) 70, 697–697.
Morbidity in large for gestational age neonates unidentified by standard growth charts. Narchi H, Skinner A, Williams B. . Paediatrics ME 2009; 14(1): 16-18, 20-22
Benign afebrile cluster convulsions with gastroenteritis: an observational cohort study. Narchi H. BMC Pediatrics 2004, 4:2.
Does vesicoureteral reflux increase the risk of antibiotic resistance in paediatric urinary tract infections? Narchi H, Al Marah M. Paediatrics ME 2008;13(4):91-94.
First and recurrent pediatric urinary tract infections: do they have different antibiotic susceptibilities? Narchi H, Al-Hamdani M. J Chemother. 2008;20(4):472-7.
Renal power doppler ultrasound does not predict renal scarring after urinary tract infection. Narchi H, Donovan R. Scot Med J 2008; 53(4):7-10
Sickle cell anemia and fecal Salmonella carriage: a case-control study. Narchi H, Kulaylat N. Int Pediatr. 2003;18(1):58-60
Value of complete blood count in sickle cell disease vaso-occlusive crisis. Kulaylat N, Narchi H. Int Pediatr 2002;17(1):28-30.
Case-control study of diet and sun exposure in adolescent rickets. Narchi H. Ann Trop Paediatr. 2000;20:217-221.
Febrile convulsions: When is a lumbar puncture indicated? Narchi H. J Pediatr Neurol 2007; 5(2):87-92.
Risk of hypertension with multicystic kidney disease: a systematic review. Narchi H. Arch Dis Child 2005; 90: 921-924.
Longitudinal study of vitamin D status in the 1st 6 months of life. Narchi H, Kochiyil J, Zayed R, Abdulrazzak W, Agarwal M. Ann Trop Paediatr. 2011;31(3):225-30.
Overweight and obesity in pregnancy do not adversely affect neonatal outcomes: new evidence. Narchi H, Skinner A. J Obstet Gynaecol. 2010;30(7):679-86.
Uropathogen resistance to antibiotic prophylaxis in urinary tract infections. Narchi H, Al-Hamdani M. Microb Drug Resist. 2010 Jun;16(2):151-4.
Maternal vitamin D status throughout and after pregnancy. Narchi H, Kochiyil J, Zayed R, Abdulrazzak W, Agarwal M. J Obstet Gynaecol. 2010 Feb;30(2):137-42.
Infants of diabetic mothers with abnormal fetal growth missed by standard growth charts. Narchi H, Skinner A. J Obstet Gynaecol. 2009 Oct;29(7):609-13.
Foetal Hydronephrosis and Urinary Tract Anomalies: Third Trimester Versus 20-week Scan. Narchi H, Donovan R. Journal of Pediatric Sciences. 2010;2(2):e34
In a preterm infant, does blood transfusion increase the risk of necrotizing enterocolitis? Agwu JC, Narchi H. Arch Dis Child 2005; 90: 102-103.
Is an intravenous fluid bolus of albumin or normal saline beneficial in the treatment of metabolic acidosis in a normovolaemic newborn? Narchi H. Arch Dis Child 2004; 89(9): 884-885.
Assessment and Management of Hypertension in Children and Adolescents: Part A- Epidemiology, Clinical Evaluation and Prognosis. Narchi H. Journal of Medical Sciences 2011; 4(1): 1-13
Juvenile Systemic Lupus Erythematosus- Narchi H, Amirlak I. Current Pediatr Rev 2007; 3:225-232.
Comparison of erythrocyte indices to differentiate between iron deficiency and alpha-thalassaemias in children with microcytosis and/or hypochromia. Narchi H, Basak RB. East Mediterr Health J. 2010 Sep;16(9):966-71.
Small for gestational age neonates–are we missing some by only using standard population growth standards and does it matter? Narchi H, Skinner A, Williams B. J Matern Fetal Neonatal Med. 2010 Jan;23(1):48-54.
Churg-strauss syndrome without respiratory symptoms in a child. Basak RB, Narchi H, Bakir M, Joshi S, Conca W. Indian J Dermatol. 2011 Jan;56(1):84-6
Antibiotic resistance trends in paediatric community-acquired first urinary tract infections in the United Arab Emirates. Narchi H, Al-Hamdan MA. East Mediterr Health J. 2010 Jan;16(1):45-50.
Assessment and Management of Hypertension in Children and Adolescents: Part B – Investigations and Management. Narchi H. Journal of Medical Sciences 2011; 4(1): 14-24
Renal tubular acidosis. Amirlak I, Narchi H, Al-Gazali L. Current Pediatr Rev 2007; 3:103-107
Symptomatic rickets in adolescence. Narchi H, El Jamil M Kulaylat N. Arch Dis Child. 2001; 84(6):501-3.
Risk of long term renal impairment and duration of follow up recommended for Henoch-Schönlein purpura with normal or minimal urinary findings: a systematic review. Narchi H. Arch Dis Child 2005; 90: 916-920.
Are routine urine cultures helpful in the management of asymptomatic infants or preschool children with a previous urinary tract infection? Narchi H, Jones KV. Arch Dis Child 2005; 90: 103-104.
Risk of Wilms tumour with multicystic kidney disease: a systematic review. Narchi H. Arch Dis Child. 2005;90: 147-149
Application of Volume Guaranteed Ventilation in the newborn. Chedid F, Narchi H, Musharraf I, Rahmani A. Perinatology 2008, Vol10 (6): 186 – 193.
Consultant Neonatologist, Program Director Neonatal Fellowship, Corniche Hospital, Abu Dhabi, UAE
Dr. Tawakol is working as a consultant neonatologist and director of Neonatal Fellowship Site and director of Family Medicine Residency Program, Corniche Hospital, Abu Dhabi, UAE. He was a consultant neonatologist at King Abdulaziz Medical City, National Guard Hospital, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Moreover, he was a clinical assistant professor of Pediatrics Lehigh Valley Hospital, Allentown, Pennsylvania. In addition, he was a clinical assistant professor of Pediatrics at New Hanover Regional Medical Center, University of North Carolina and AHEC Wilmington, North Carolina, USA.
Research Experience And Abstract Presentation
Prenatal detection of Major Congenital Cardiac Abnormalities:
do we really need fetal echocardiography?
F.B.Jahangir, A.Mustafa, W.Lo, H.Tawakol, G.Ramanathan Corniche Hospital Abu Dhabi, UAE
Dandy Walker Malformation and the Genetic link
The UAE experience
A.Mustafa, F. Jahangir, W.Lo, H.Tawakol, G.Ramanathan Corniche Hospital Abu Dhabi, UAE
Perioperative course of pulmonary hypertension in infants with congenital diaphragmatic hernia: impact on outcome following successful repair.
Al-Hathlol K1, Elmahdy H, Nawaz S, Ali I, Al-Saif S, Tawakol H, Tawil K.
J Pediatr Surg. 2011 Apr;46(4):625-9
Traumatic Facial Palsy in Newborns
Is it Always Iatrogenic?
Tawil, T.Rifae, H. Tawakol, Am J Perinatol. 2010 Oct;27(9):711-3. Epub 2010 Apr 12.
National Guard Hospital Riyadh, KSA
Effect of Prematurity and Sleeping Position on QT Indices
Chief of Service for Pediatrics and Neonatal Intensive Care and CME Chairperson in Al-Rahba/Johns Hopkins, in Abu Dhabi, UAE.
Dr Junaid M Khan is American Board Certified in Pediatrics and in Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine. Currently working as a Chief of Service for Pediatrics and Neonatal Intensive Care and CME Chairperson in Al-Rahba/Johns Hopkins, in Abu Dhabi, UAE.
He is a fellow of American Academy of Pediatrics. He is also Fellow of Royal college of Physicians in Canada. He also has honorary fellowship of American Austrian Foundation, a member of AAP and ABP. Also in committee for Neonatal Resuscitation, a regional instructor for NRP and PALS courses. He also published extensively in many reputed journals, a visiting faculty in Pakistan and Canada. He is in editorial board of many online journals, a presented in many national and international conferences and has vast experience in field of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine.
MSc, PhD (Pediatrics) M.S. Healthcare Management, Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland Consultant Neonatologist Clinical Quality Specialist in Latifa Hospital, Dubai, UAE. Lecturer in Pediatric Department DMCG.
Dr. Khaled graduated from Faculty of Medicine, Ain Shams University, Cairo, EGYPT 1989. He has M.Sc. in Pediatric, Faculty of Medicine, Ain Shams University, Cairo, EGYPT. Thesis: Some Biochemical and Genetic Aspect of Poliomyelitis. Grade:Good, May 1994. He earned masters degree in Healthcare Management (MSHM), Royal College of Surgeon of Ireland at May 2009. In March 2014, Dr. Khaled got his PhD in Pediatrics, Ain Shams University, Cairo, EGYPT, thesis: High Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation in Preterm Babies: Multi-Organ Affection.
He is working currently as a consultant neonatologist, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), Latifa Hospital, DHA (DHA), Dubai, U.A.E., Since 11th March 2015 and acting consultant neonatologist, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Latifa Hospital, DHA (DHA), Dubai, U.A.E., Since 18th of November 2013 till 11th March 2015.
In addition, he is a lecturer in the Academic Department of Pediatrics, Dubai Medical College, 31st December 2011. Dubai Medical College (DMC) is committed to providing students with medical education to obtain an accredited degree of Bachelor in Medicine and Surgery in the UAE. The college is providing a learning environment, both inside and outside the classroom that sustains and promotes high levels of student achievement, consistent with the highest standards of academic excellence.
Best Poster during 4th International Arab Neonatal Congress & 2nd Pediatric Update, 10th – 12th September 2015, Dubai, U.A.E., Implementing New Assessment Tool & Practice Guidelines for Pain Management in NICU
Co-Author: Mrs. Manooja Mathew, Mrs. Elsy Jose, Dr. Tushar Kulkarni, Dr. Khaled El-Atawi, Dr. Mahmoud Elhalik & Mrs. Soosan Varughese. 4th International Arab Neonatal Congress & 2nd Pediatric Update, 10th – 12th September 2015, Dubai, U.A.E.
Third best poster during 4th International Arab Neonatal Congress & 2nd Pediatric Update, 10th – 12th September 2015, Dubai, U.A.E., High Frequency Ventilation in Preterm Babies and Organ Affection
Main Author: Dr. Khaled Mahmoud El-Atawi, Dr. Gamal Samy Aly, Dr. Hisham Abdel Samei Awad, Dr. Ahmed Fathy El-Serafi, Dr. Yasser Ahmed Zeitoun, Dr. Mahmoud Elhalik & Dr. Samar El-Maadawi. 4th International Arab Neonatal Congress & 2nd Pediatric Update, 10th – 12th September 2015, Dubai, U.A.E.
Third Best Employee in subspecialties category in Dubai Government in the context of DGEP 2015.
Best Employee in subspecialties category in Dubai Health Authority in the context of DGEP 2015.
Best Poster Presentation during 3rd Arab Neonatal Congress and 1st MEMAP Update in Pediatrics, 12th – 14th of September 2014, Dubai, U.A.E. “Reducing Incidence and Severity of Intra-Ventricular Hemorrhage in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit” Using Quality Improvement Tool.
Main Author: Dr. Khaled El-Atawi, Dr. Mahmoud Elhalik, Dr. Mohamed Rafi, CN Soosan Varughese, SN Manooja Mathew; NICU, Mrs. Thanooja Naushad, Rehabilitation Department, Latifa Hospital, DHA, Dubai, U.A.E.
1st Winner of Abstract during the 1st Arab Paediatric Medical Congress, 29th – 31st May 2014, Dubai, U.A.E. “Comparison of Ultrasound and X-ray in Determining the Position of Umbilical Venous Catheters”
Neonatal Pain, El-Atawi K (2015) Editorial: Neonatal Pain. J Pediatr Neonatal Care 3(1): 00103. DOI: 10.15406/jpnc.2015.02.00103
Role of Bedside Ultrasound in Determining the Position of Umbilical Venous Catheters, El-Maadawy SM, El-Atawi KM1, Elhalik MS1. J Clin Neonatol 2015; 4: 173-7 Departments of Radiology, and 1Pediatrics-Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Latifa Hospital, Dubai, UAE. http://www.jcnonweb.com/text.asp?2015/4/3/173/159878
Neonatal assessment in the delivery room – Trial to Evaluate a Specified Type of Apgar (TEST-Apgar), Rüdiger et al. BMC Pediatrics (2015) 15:18
(Mario Rüdiger1*, Nicole Braun1, Jacob Aranda2, Marta Aguar3, Renate Bergert1, Alica Bystricka4, Gabriel Dimitriou5, Khaled El-Atawi6, Sascha Ifflaender1, Philipp Jung7,Katarina Matasova8, Violeta Ojinaga9, Zita Petruskeviciene10, Claudia Roll11, Jens Schwindt12, Burkhard Simma13, Nanette Staal12, Gloria Valencia2, Maria Gabriela Vasconcellos14, Maie Veinla15, Máximo Vento3, Benedikt Weber16, Anke Wendt17, Sule Yigit18, Heinz Zotter19, Helmut Küster20 and The TEST-Apgar study-group)
Al-Khayat A1, Koutouby A, Habibullah J, El-Atawi K., Neonatal systemic candidiasis. A 14-year review. Saudi Med J. 2004 Oct;25(10):1505-7
Surgical Management of a Posterior Mediastinal Infantile Fibrosarcoma in a Newborn: J. of Egypt. Society of Cardiothorac. Surg. 1997, Vol. 5, April, N. 2.
El-Gamal Y, El-Sawy M, Awad Z, Hossny E, El-Atawy K. Dermatoglyphics in children with paralytic poliomyelitis. Sci Med J Cai Med Synd 1995;7(1):97-112
Research (Under Publication)
Late Preterm Babies; Outcome in Latifa Hospital
High Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation in Preterm Babies: Multi-Organ Affection
Professor of Clinical Pediatrics Director, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Normal Newborn Nursery Department of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicin, Lebanon
Dr. Yunis earned his M.D degree from the American University of Beirut (AUB) in 1979. After his graduation, Dr. Yunis did pediatric residency at the American University of Beirut Medical Center Beirut (AUBMC), Lebanon 1980-1982 and at the Montreal Children’s Hospital, McGill University, Montreal, Canada 1982-1985.
Currently he is professor of Clinical Pediatrics Director, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Normal Newborn Nursery, Department of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine at AUBMC.
Perinatal and Neonatal Health
Founder and Director of the National Collaborative Perinatal
Neonatal Network (NCPNN)
Surveillance systems in the perinatal & neonatal health fields
Early severe neonatal hyperbilirubinemia associated with congenital hypothyroidism treated with exchange transfusions
Anwar Khan, 1 Khalid Iqbal,1 Mahmoud Galal,1 Asma Jassim Malallah2 and Nada Zein2
1Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Department of Paediatrics, Dubai Hospital, Dubai, United Arab Emirates and 2Paediatric Endocrinology Unit, Department of Paediatrics, Dubai Hospital, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
1Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Department of Paediatrics, Dubai Hospital, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and 2Paediatric Endocrinology Unit, Department of Paediatrics, Dubai Hospital, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
MD, DCH, IBCLC, ABP(PhD Ped.), IFAAP Consultant Neonatologist, Head of Pediatric Department, Head of Health Informatics Unit Latifa Hospital, Dubai Health Authority, UAE
Dr. Mahmoud graduated from, Egypt/Alexandria in 1983, and then got Diploma of Child Health (DCH) from
Ireland followed by Arab Board of Medical Specializations in Pediatrics. He is also International Board
Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC), Regional Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) Instructor,
International Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and Member of the European Society for
Neonatology (ESN) and Emirates Medical Association (EMA),
Dr. Elhalik is currently head of Pediatric Department and Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Latifa Hospital in
addition to his post as the Head of the Healthcare Informatics Unit.
Dr. Elhalik is also a tutor of Pediatrics and Neonatology in Dubai Residency Program. Moreover, he is chairing
and co-chairing different hospital committees such as the “NICU Infection Control Task Force”, Antibiotics
Stewardship committee, Disaster Steering committee and Baby Friendly Hospital Working Group.
Dr. Mahmoud has over 20 years of experience in Perinatal-Neonatal medicine, with special interest in Neonatal
Nutrition, Neonatal Sepsis, Quality Improvement Projects in NICU and Neonatal Resuscitation.
Having many Publications and Member of editorial boards of many Journals (Pediatrics & Neonatal).
He is the Project Initiator and Director of “DNER” -Dubai Neonatal Electronic Registry- (1 st of its kind in the
Arab world countries) launched from Latifa Hospital in 2014 as the first phase toward the National Neonatal
Electronic Registry of UAE. Recently name changed to Dubai Neonatal Network “DNN”.
Pediatric specialist, neonatal-perinatal specialist and neonatal neurologist, Farwaniya Hospital, Kuwait
Areas of interest
• Neonatal brain injury
• End of life decision in Neonatal Intensive Care
• Resident and medical student teaching Awards
Trainee of the year award in Neonatal- Perinatal program, University of Toronto
Commendation in Capstone project in Global Clinical Scholars Research Training program, Harvard medical School
2016-2017 NRP providing courses for KIMS pediatric residents
2014 Pediatrics OSCE instructor, Royal College review, Toronto, ON
2013 Pediatric OSCE instructor, Royal College review, Ontario IMG school, Toronto, ON
2013- 2016 Neonatal Resuscitation teaching, Medical students, Toronto, ON
Division Chief Medical Institute – Medical Affairs, Sheikh Khalifa Medical City, Abu Dhabi, UAE
Dr. Mohamad Miqdady is the Chief of Ped. GI, Hepatology & Nutrition Division at Sheikh Khalifa Medical City in UAE and an adjunct staff at Cleveland Clinic, Ohio USA. He is American Board certified in Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition.
Dr. Miqdady completed his Fellowship in Pediatric Gastroenterology at Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston, TX, USA. He held the position of Assistant Professor at Jordan University of Science and Technology in Jordan for six years prior to joining SKMC.
Main research interests include feeding difficulties, functional GI disorders, probiotics, picky eating, obesity, procedural sedation, allergic GI disorders and Celiac disease.
Head and Consultant (Neonatologist) Paediatric Department, UAE
Dr. Monika Kaushal is working as a consultant neonatologist in private hospital in Dubai the past 10 years. She has upgraded the NICU from level 1 and only 3 bedded NICU to 14 bedded tertiary level NICU approved by DHA. In addition, she has been involved in teaching nurses and registrars, making protocols building up the unit reputation across the city and other emirates as well.
Moreover, she has more than 10 papers published in indexed journals. She regularly attends PAS (AAP) and UENPS (European) conferences.
She received young scientist award in 13th Congress of the Federation of Asia and Oceania Prenatal Societies in 11th Congress of the Perinatal Society of Malaysia in 2004.
She was involved in development of provider and facilitator modules on basic newborn nursing for training at District Hospitals and FRUs nurses. UNICEF and WHO recognized the importance and helped in forming web site for the same. Financial aid was given by Saving New Born Life to run the workshops at national and international level.
She made documentary video on Kangaroo Mother Care, asepsis, total parental nutrition, on insertion of umbilical venous and arterial lines and administration of Surfactant for the training of health professionals. KMC video has been chosen by WHO website.
She has been chosen by DHA as auditing member for the medico legal cases in which she involved. I was actively involved in JCI accreditation of our organisation, which we got in 2007 and reaccredited in 2014.
Recently she was hired as the head of the Department of Neonatology post in tertiary level, Government Hospital Jalila in Dubai. She has been able to successfully put in place fellowship programme in Neonatology recognized by National Neonatology Forum in India and Indian Academy of Paediatrics.
Professor of Paediatrics Consultant Pediatric and Fetal Cardiology, King Abdul Aziz College of Medicine and University Hospital, Jeddah-sa and Princess Nora University, Riyadh, KSA
Dr. Rima S Bader currently holds the position of Professor of Pediatric and Perinatal cardiology at College of Medicine, King Abdul Aziz University Hospital. Jeddah, Saudi Arabia .
She is a graduate of King Abdul Aziz Medical school and had spent her pediatric and pediatric cardiology training at Children’s Hospital, Bonn, Germany. She subsequently underwent further fellowship training in Fetal Cardiology in Hospital for Sick children, University of Toronto, Canada . She did further fellowships in fetal imaging at Oregon Health and Science University, USA and in Fetal hemodynamics at the University of South Florida, USA. She is board member of the Saudi echocardiography society as well as Saudi Heart Failure Society. Her interests are in field pf fetal and perinatal cardiology.
Her desire to spread the awareness of close collaboration among multiple specialties looking after the pregnant mother thus forming (The Fetal Team). The fetal team is the perinatologists, neonatologists, perinatal cardiologists, neonatal intensive care, cardiac surgery, genetics, and social support services.
She wishes is to ensure that the Gulf region will lead in the field of Perinatal Cardiology as developing countries. Thus this can assist and create standards of care and guidelines specific to its regional needs, and pioneering the design of fetal intervention programs.
She is also the current President of the Fetal Gulf Heart association (FGHA)group. The first perinatal cardiology working group in the middle east.
1. Saudi Heart assoscaition award for organizing the international fetal cardiology workshops 2011
2. His excellency Saudi Minster of education 2013 award for publishing an international best selling book: The Perinatal cardialgy Hanbok, Mosby, Elsevier 2008
3. Her Excellency princess Adela Bint Abdullah award 2014 for outstanding accomplishments among Academic Saudi Women
4. Bader RS. Fetal Tetralogy of Fallot (TOF): an update. Egyptian Heart Journal Vol 12, No 1 June, 2008
5. Bader RS. Children with chest pain presenting to a pediatric cardiology service or emergency department in an academic Centre. Journal of the Saudi Heart Association, vol. 20, no. 1, January 2008
Assistant Professor, Department of Maternal Child Health, Princess Salma Faculty of Nursing, Al-albayt University, Mafraq, Jordan
Dr. Hamadneh has completed her PhD on child and family health, from School of Nursing and Midwifery, at Edith Cowan University in Western Australia, and worked as adjunct research fellow in Nursing and Midwifery Research Centre in the university. She worked as neonatal/pediatric nurse at hospitals in Jordan. Dr. Shereen has developed education package to improve infant care practices in Jordan, targeted health professionals, nursemaids, babysitters, parents and other caregivers in Jordan, to reduce risk of sudden unexpected infant death. She has published number of papers in reputed journals and presented in many international conferences. Dr. Hamadneh is the head of “Happy Baby Association”, in Jordanian Social Developmental Ministry, run number of voluntary activities and charities in Jordan, that helped improving health awareness among families.
Senior Physiotherapist in Latifa Hospital, Dubai, UAE.
Thanooja Naushad is working as Senior Physiotherapist in Latifa Hospital. She completed Masters in Physiotherapy with specialization in Neuro rehabilitation from Jamia Hamdard University, India (2004), and is currently pursuing PhD from Annamalai University, India. She had worked as lecturer for undergraduate physiotherapy students for over 4 years.
She had undergone extensive training in pediatric rehabilitation and neonatal assessment from organizations of repute like the Bobath Centre -London and Brazelton Institute -UK. Her area of special interests are neurodevelopmental care in Neonatal ICU, early identification of neuro motor and developmental issues in premature babies and early intervention. A firm believer in teamwork, she is actively involved in educating the NICU nurses and families of premature babies on developmental care
Emeritus Professor Dept. of Paediatrics, College of Medicine and Health Sciences, UAE University
Dr. Yousef Mohamed Abdulrazzaq AlBastaki completed his basic education in medicine and achieved his MD from the University of Shiraz in 1979. He then pursued specialization in pediatrics and neonatology in 1980‐1985 at St George’s Hospital London and obtained a PhD from the University of London, and since then has served as Consultant of Pediatrics and Neonatology for over 25 years in Al Ain and Tawam Hospitals, UAE. Parallel to advancing his medical career, Dr. Yousef was appointed as a Teaching Assistant in 1980 at the UAE University and then gradually progressed to Emeritus Professor in 2011, a position he continues to hold in the Department of Pediatrics at the College of Medicine and Health Sciences at the UAE University. In December 2016, Dr. Yousef was appointed as the Director of the Department of Medical Education in Dubai Health Authority.
Dr. Yousef is also chair and member of varied committees at the federal level related to healthcare in the UAE, such as the Federal Anti‐Doping Committee, etc. His expertise in teaching also serves an added advantage in his role as advisor in different advisory boards of universities in the UAE. He also holds memberships of funding agencies and journal editorial boards and reviews submitted articles for various international journals.
Dr. Yousef has also authored more than 90 articles published in peer reviewed journals. He is also the proud recipient of a number of awards and honors earned in appreciation of his contributions in the field of medicine and education, chief among them is the Emirates Award in Science and the latest being the lifetime achievement award in 2009 by the Abu Dhabi Health Authority. Currently, Dr. Yousef continues to be actively involved in education in his role as the Director of Medical Education at DHA.
Consultant Neonatologist, Head, Department of Paediatrics and Neonatology, Oasis Hospital, UAE
Dr. Zakariya is a consultant neonatologist, Head of the Department of Paediatrics and Neonatology, Oasis Hospital, Al Ain, UAE since June 2015. He is interested in hemodynamics research, evidence based practice, training, education and quality. Dr. Zakariya conducts clinical research and database review and epidemiological studies. He is a peer reviewer and member of advisory boards of scientific journals. Before moving to UAE, he was the Head of Neonatal Medicine, Neonatal-Perinatal Fellowship program and Pharmacy and Therapeutics committee at Prince Sultan Military Medical City, he also holds paediatric board (Arab, Saudi, Jordanian, MRCPCH) and Fellowship of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine and Master of Paediatrics (Basic Sciences) – University of Alberta-Canada and FRCPCH (UK). His main mission now is to establish new level three NICU.
Her highest goal in her career is to establish harmony between neonatal nurses and neonatologists. It is very hard work to convince both sides that all are equal just working in little different speciality. Both sides nurses and doctors should be aware of important milestones in the care for neonates. Nurses must have background of physiology and pathophysiology together with possible treatment and doctors must be aware of nursing care possible to offer to our little patients. Both have to work together and coordinate whole care together without showing any superiority or submission of one or the other side. If we do not have good nurses, we can close our units because there are not enough doctors to change diapers and administer medication to all our patients. If we do not have our good doctors, we cannot treat our patients properly because there are procedures, we cannot do as nurses and we are not allowed to order all medications for our patients. Her message for all: “Let’s work together with respect and learn from each other to improve outcome for our little neonates!”
Courses and certifications:
– Neonatal Resuscitation Program Instructor
– Neonatal Mechanical Ventilation
– 20 hour course Breastfeeding (UNICEF, WHO)
– Moderate Sedation in Paediatrics
– Programming Web Applications
– Communication and Sales Strategy
– Effective Communication & Assertiveness
Areas of interest:
– Neonatal Nursing hand to hand with Neonatal Medicine
– Developmental Care
– Neonatal Mechanical Ventilation
– Breastfeeding Support in GGC
– Critical Care Support in Neonatal Nursing
– Therapeutic Hypothermia for HIE Treatment