Eighth International Conference on

Fetal Growth

Berlin, Germany

9 - 11 October 2019

Scientific Programme

     PO=Poster-Oral Presentation (3 min)
Author Title
Session 1
PO 1 Pradeep Alur US Sex differences in transition phase of nutrition in ELBW infants
PO 2 Edurne Mazarico ES Neonatal mortality and morbidity of extreme premature neonates with growth restriction
Session 2
PO 3 Helen Baston UK Engaging pregnant smokers with smoking cessation services: offering carbon monoxide self-monitoring
PO 4 Catarina Palma dos Reis PT Outcomes of fetal growth restriction: does maternal age matter?
Session 3
PO 5 Tamal Datta UK Outcome of large for gestational age fetus in non-diabetic mothers
PO 6 Tracy Tomlinson US Beyond carbohydrates: the association between fat consumption and fetal overgrowth with type 1 diabetes
Session 4
PO 7 Oliver Hugh UK Customised vs population based fetal weight standards to define small for gestational age at 22 weeks gestation
PO 8 Oliver Hugh UK Perinatal mortality and SGA rate according to Hadlock and customised fetal weight standards in a South Asian population
PO 9 Judit Martinez ES Accuracy of Hadlock and INTERGROWTH formula for birthweight in pregnancies with suspected late IUGR
PO 24 Marta Rial-Crestelo ES Prescriptive reference standards of third-trimester cerebroplacental ratio and its physiological determinants
Session 5
PO 10 Lucy Armatage UK Impact of customised growth charts in a tertiary hospital – local data for shared decision making
PO 11 Anagha Chirdrawar UK Audit of missed small for gestational age babies - does implementation of GAP training make a difference?
PO 12 Anna Kajdy PO Fetal growth diagnosis and management among obstetric and neonatal medical professionals - preliminary results of a survey of practice
PO 13 Annie Burrin UK Effect of implementation of GAP in Cardiff, Wales
PO 14 Badenan Fathulla UK Audit for detection of small-for-gestational-age babies at Royal Free Hospital using Growth Assessment Protocol
PO 15 Eziamaka Ezenkwele NG Obstetric risk factors for stillbirths in University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital (UNTH), Enugu
PO 16 Heather Watson UK Treasure hunting - the midwife-led fetal growth assessment (MFGA) clinic to identify the high risk fetus in the low-risk pregnancy
PO 17 Katarzyna Kosińska-Kaczyńska PO The knowledge and experiences of pregnant women regarding physical activity during pregnancy
PO 18 Jothilakshmi Nallathambi UK Detection of small for gestational age fetuses in a district general hospital
PO 19 Priti Wuppalapati UK Antenatal corticosteroid administration prior to elective caesarean section in diabetic women between 37 to 38+6 weeks gestation - more harm than good?
PO 20 Saudabi Valappil AE Placenta clinic approach to screening for placental insufficiency
PO 21 Sian Bullough UK The intrapartum impact of failure to identify the SGA fetus prior to induction of labour
Session 6
PO 22 Magdalena Bednarek-Jędrzejek PO Angiogenesis markers in ultrasound - confirmed late onset fetal growth restriction and their utility in determining the neonatal outcome
PO 23 Tania Meneses PT SFlT1-PLGF ratio in early vs late FGR
Session 7
PO 25 Andrew Sharp UK Pregnancy outcomes with raised umbilical artery doppler pulsatility index identified before 32 weeks gestation
PO 26 Tanja Groten DE Cardiac dysfunction in fetal growth retardation measured by means of myocardial performance index
Session 8
PO 27 Tanja Groten DE Pentaerithrityl tetranitrate (PETN) for secondary prevention of fetal growth restriction (PETN-trial)
PO 28 Gabriela Loscalzo ES MicroRNA-148B-3P and MicroRNA-25-3P are overexpressed in fetuses with late-onset fetal growth restriction
PO 29 Katarzyna Kosinka-Kaczynska PO Low first trimester PAPP-A does not predict intrauterine growth restriction in twins
PO 30 Paz Ahumada ES Risk of C-section and neonatal intensive care unit admission in FGR clinical subtypes: IUGR type I and SGA foetuses