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National Women & Infants Health Programme Jan 24
We would like to thank everyone who contributed to the success of today's study day. The Neonatal Therapeutic Hypothermia in Ireland 2018 report is now available online at the following link
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National Women & Infants Health Programme Jan 24
Dr Stephanie Ryan closes out our study day on the changing pattern of neonatal encephalopathy in Ireland with a presentation on brain MRI in neonatal encephalopathy
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National Women & Infants Health Programme Jan 24
Dr Peter Filan speaks about how according to RCTs infants should start therapeutic hypothermia by 6 hours of age. In 2018, 80% of infants had not only started treatment but reached the optimum temperature range within 6 hours
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National Women & Infants Health Programme Jan 24
Dr Peter Filan talks about how infants neonatal encephalopathy is graded. He states that it is important to be familiar with the tools and use them properly
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National Women & Infants Health Programme Jan 24
Dr Peter Filan is now speaking about the first six hours of treatment for infants who require neonatal therapeutic hypothermia treatment. States that this treatment is one aspect of the care of these infants, important to get all aspects right
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National Women & Infants Health Programme Jan 24
Dr Peter McKenna states that is important that all cases where an infant is treated with neonatal therapeutic hypothermia should be investigated.
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National Women & Infants Health Programme Jan 24
Focusing on early messages Dr Peter McKenna highlights areas about labour that we need more information about. Future data collection on neonatal therapeutic hypothermia will focus on these
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Fiona mulligan Jan 24
Celebrating International year of Nurses and Midwives, CMS Bereavement and Loss, CNM2 Perinatal Mental Health Support @ Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital, Drogheda
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National Women & Infants Health Programme Jan 24
Our Clinical Director Prof Peter McKenna now discusses early messages as our study day on the changing pattern of neonatal encephalopathy in Ireland continues
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National Women & Infants Health Programme Jan 24
Prof Eleanor Molloy is now speaking about the collaborative research being undertaken in relation to neonatal encephalopathy. Looking for health professionals to get involved in the NEPTuNE consortium
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National Women & Infants Health Programme Jan 24
Prof Richard Greene from focuses on the importance of documentation during obstetric emergencies
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National Women & Infants Health Programme Jan 24
Prof Richard Greene presents the sentinel events by parity observed in the infants who were treated with neonatal therapeutic hypothermia in Ireland 2016-2018
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National Women & Infants Health Programme Jan 24
Prof Richard Greene from is presenting on obstetric emergencies. He highlights the importance of regular drills and skills training
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NPEC Jan 24
Our Director Prof Richard Greene is speaking at the study day on emergencies in term labour. Follow for updates on their study day on the changing pattern of neonatal encephalopathy in Ireland
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National Women & Infants Health Programme Jan 24
Prof Richard Greene from is now speaking on emergencies in term labour
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National Women & Infants Health Programme Jan 24
Prof John Murphy finishes his presentation on the neonatal therapeutic hypothermia report. He states that these data are helping to identify new directions in treatment, prevention and research. He also suggests that progress will likely include series of small measures
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National Women & Infants Health Programme Jan 24
Prof John Murphy shows how infants requiring therapeutic hypothermia have low apgar scores. He highlights the importance of the role of the National Co-ordinator for the National Resuscitation Programme which has been funded.
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National Women & Infants Health Programme Jan 24
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Prof John Murphy speaks as to how using data from national audit gives us the opportunity to learn with more objectivity to allow us to improve the maternity services.
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National Women & Infants Health Programme Jan 24
The first talk is from Prof John Murphy who is giving an overview of the National Therapeutic Hypothermia In Ireland Report 2016-2018
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National Women & Infants Health Programme Jan 24
Great to see so many delegates in attendance as opens our study day on the changing pattern of neonatal encephalopathy in Ireland
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