Preterm neonates are vulnerable to changes in blood gases. This e learning focuses on transcutaneous monitoring (TCM) and blood gases in the NICU and PICU and demonstrates how TCM is is a valuable part of a personalised patient monitoring approach.


Free to access and endorsed by the European Society of Paediatric Neonatal Intensive Care (ESPNIC) and the European Society for Paediatric Research(ESPR). Available in 6 languages – English, French, German, Spanish, Japanese and Chinese.

This multi-media and interactive medical education online e learning will take neonatal and pediatric specialists, nurses and respiratory therapists on a journey within the intensive care setting, demonstrating:

  • How TCM fits in the wider picture of blood gas monitoring
  • The added value of TCM parameters
  • Indications for TCM as well as its practical application
  • How to interpret TCM results and act upon them

Developed by a group of international neonatologists and pediatricians, based upon their own vast experience of neonatal and pediatric care:

  • Prof. Daniele de Luca, Associate Professor of Neonatology, France
  • Prof. Olivier Danhaive, Professor of Pediatrics, USA
  • Dr. Kaare E. Lundstrøm, Senior Consultant in Pediatrics, Denmark
  • Prof. Anton van Kaam, Professor of Neonatology, The Netherlands.

Downloadable slides available for your own purposes here or on Checkpoint, the COR2ED e-learning platform. Follow the link above to access this accredited e-learning on Blood Gases and Transcutaneous Monitoring in the NICU and PICU.

 

Position: •Professor of Paediatrics, Belgium Relevant experience: •Consultant in Neonatology since 1992 •Chief of Neonatology since 2011 •Board member of the ESPR pulmonology section since 2016 •Author of > 40 scientific publications and book chapters •Clinical and basic research in surfactant biology and human lung developmental disorders

Position: •Associate Professor of Neonatology, France •Neonatologist in Chief Relevant experience: •Consultant in Neonatology since 2007 •Associate Professor in Neonatology since 2012 •European Society for Paediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care (ESPNIC)General Secretary since 2016 •European Society for Paediatric Research (ESPR) Scientific Content Manager and Council member 2013 -2017 •Author of > 130 scientific publications and book chapters •Research on surfactant catabolism and development of new drugs and ventilatory strategies for paediatric and neonatal respiratory failure

Position: •Professor of Neonatology, The Netherlands Relevant experience: •Consultant in Neonatology since 1999 •Professor of Neonatology since 2014 •Chief of Neonatology since 2010 •Experimental and clinical research in the field of lung physiology, control of breathing, respiratory support, ventilator induced lung injury and lung protective ventilation in neonatology •Involved in large national and international clinical trials

Position: •Senior Consultant in Paediatrics, Denmark Relevant experience: •> 30 years of clinical experience in NICU, PICU and paediatric emergencymedicine •Lecturer at the University of Copenhagen •Author of > 50 scientific publications and book chapters •> 500 international scientific presentations •Course director at European Paediatric Advanced Life Support courses since2003 and former course director at international courses on life support •Main interests: in blood gas physiology, monitoring in NICU and PICU, cerebral and systemic circulation in preterm neonates and neonatal and paediatric pharmacology

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