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Webinar: Imaging in the Management of Preterm Birth. 12 noon (UK) June 24

Book your place at the “Imaging in the Management of Preterm Birth” webinar at 12pm (Noon UK) on the 24th of June. The second in the “East meets West” Obstetrics and Gynaecology Ultrasound Webinar Series 2021 – supported by Samsung and brought to you by experts from Imperial College London, through Imperial Consultants.

The programme:

Prof. Phillip Bennett  Imperial College London, UK  Opening and Introduction
Prof. Katie M. Groom  University of Auckland, NZ  The Current State of Play of Antenatal Steroids
Prof. Phillip Bennett  Imperial College London, UK  Causes of Preterm Birth
Prof. Ben Mol  Monash University, Australia  Routine Cervical Length Screening in Low-Risk Pregnancy
Prof. Jeffrey A. Keelan  University of Western Australia, Australia  Bacterial Signatures of Preterm Birth and Population Intervention in Perth Australia
Dr. Lynne Sykes  Imperial College London, UK  Management of Women at High Risk of Preterm Birth
Prof. Ja-Young Kwon  Yonsei University College of Medicine, Korea  E-Cervix Elastography, a New Diagnostic Tool
All speakers  Panel discussion and Q&A

Why attend?

This seminar is aimed at both general obstetricians, and obstetricians who specialise in the prevention and management of preterm birth. It would also be of interest to sonologists, sonographers and fetal medicine specialists who manage patients at high risk. Topics include a review of our modern understanding of the causes of preterm birth, how to manage patients at high risk of preterm birth, the possible role of cervical elastography, and the pros and cons of routines cervical length screening. We will learn how a population intervention program in Australia helped to reduce the risk and the current state of play of antenatal steroids.

Places are limited, so register here to secure yours today

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