Seventh International Conference on

Fetal Growth

Milan, Italy

1 - 3 October 2018


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    Presentations:     K=Keynote (20 min)     O=Oral (10 min)          PO=Poster-Oral (3 min)
07:30 Registration
08:30 Welcome
08:40 Session 1 Fetal growth and neonatal outcome
   K Irene Cetin IT Maternal & environmental factors
   K Karel Marsal SE Neurodevelopmental outcome after early onset FGR
   O Anouk Pels NL Neurodevelopmental outcomes at five years after early-onset FGR, analyses in a Dutch subgroup participating in a European management trial
   O Maria F Paz y Mino ES Severe fetal-growth restriction and normal doppler: neurodevelopmental evaluation at 54 months of age
   K Enrico Bertino IT Standards for neonatal size and catch up growth
   O Daniela Di Martino IT Prenatal assessment of IUGR versus postnatal diagnosis of SGA based on newborns weight charts: a muliticentre study
10:20 Refreshment Break
10:40Session 2 Standards for fetal growth
   K Tullia Todros IT INTERGROWTH 21st
   K Torvid Kiserud NO The WHO fetal growth standard
   K Katherine Grantz US The NICHD program on fetal growth
   K Jason Gardosi UK Customised GROW charts
   O Tina Lavin AU Concordance between Intergrowth-21st and South African fetal growth standards for identfication of SGA in stillbirths
   O Oliver Hugh UK The effect of mixed parentage on ethnic variation in birthweight
12:20 Discussion
12:30 Lunch
13:15Session 3 Poster-Oral 1    List
14:00Session 4 Risk factors, Screening and Prevention
   K Patrizia Vergani IT Stillbirth and fetal growth
   O Paola D'Aloja IT Perinatal mortality surveillance: a pilot project in three Italian regions
   O Sara Ornaghi IT Use of customized curves for estimation of fetal weight and identification of late onset FGR at risk of adverse outcomes
   K Lesley McCowan NZ Risk assessment and prevention
   O Joyce Cowan NZ The Growth Assessment Protocol (GAP): New Zealand experience
   O Lynn Sadler NZ A reduction in perinatal mortality in New Zealand from 2008 to 2016 among small for gestational babies by customised birthweight centile
   O Mandy Williams UK Reduction in SGA stillbirths in England
15:30 Discussion
15:50 Refreshment Break
16:10Session 5 Surveillance strategies for detection of growth restriction and macrosomia
O Isabelle Monier FR Comparison of the Hadlock and Intergrowth 21st formulas for calculating estimated fetal weight among preterm infants: a population cohort study in France
O Raigam J Martinez-Portilla ES Performance of third trimester ultrasound for the prediction of smallness-for-gestational age: a diagnostic test accuracy meta-analysis
O Diletta Fumagalli IT Perinatal outcome of term fetuses born <10th centile: are small for gestational age and growth restricted fetuses different?
O Jens Henrichs, Viki Verfaille NL Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of routine third trimester ultrasound screening: the IUGR risk selection study (IRIS)
PO Francesco D'Ambrosi IT Combined sequential ultrasound screening at 29 – 32 weeks and 35 – 37 weeks in detection of SGA fetuses
PO Francesco D'Ambrosi IT Screening for small for gestational age fetuses with universal ultrasonography between 35 – 37 weeks in singleton low risk pregnancies: a prospective cohort study
PO Andrew Sharp UK The current management of the small for gestational age fetus in the UK: A survey of practice
O Gráinne Milne IE GAP: How is it working for us?
O Susan Turner UK GAP SCORE: audit and analysis of SGA babies missed during antenatal surveillance
O Andrea Dall'Asta IT Identification of large-for-gestational age fetuses using antenatal customized fetal growth charts: can we improve the prediction of abnormal labor course?
O Lauren Jade Ewington UK Accuracy of antenatal ultrasound in predicting large-for-gestational age fetuses
O Tracy Tomlinson US Validation of a prediction model for fetal overgrowth in pregnancies complicated by diabetes
17:50 Discussion
18:00 Close
20:00 Gala Dinner and Dance