From 12 to 14 April, Almazov Centre held the International Symposium the Fetal and Neonatal Heart: Implications for Adult Life. The event was held in Russian and English with simultaneous interpretation.
The symposium took place as part of the programme of the WCRC for Personalized Medicine.
The symposium covered the following topics:
- Fetal echocardiography
- Core concepts in fetal cardiac function
- Functional changes from prenatal to postnatal life
- What about the third dimension?
- Fetal cardiac function disease states
- 1st trimester vasculature imaging
- Venous anomalies
- What’s new in STIC imaging?
- Impact of computerization/artificial intelligence
- Fetal cardiac remodeling and dysfunction in PE and FGR
- Sonopathological correlation of 1st trimester cardiac defects
- Right ventricular outflow tract anomalies
- Cardiac vascular intensive care
- Fetal dysrhythmia
- Genetic and fetal myocardial disease
- 3D cardiac reconstruction
- Congenital heart surgery
- Neurodevelopment and psycho-social care
Among the featured speakers were Gian Carlo Di Renzo (Italy), Rabih Chaoui (Germany), Christoph Berg (Germany), Giuseppe Rizzo (Italy), Greggory DeVore (USA), Fatima Crispi (Spain), Ruben Quintero (USA), Damien Bonnet (France), Laszlo Kornyei (Hungary), Katarina Hanseus (Sweden).