Advance Hemodynamics

Neonatal Advanced Echocardiography and Hemodynamic

(A Complete Hands - on Workshop)

Workshop Coordinators

National Coordinators
Name: Dr. Mohit Sahni
Designation: Neonatal Cardiologist Director NICU and Acedemics Nirmal Hospital Pvt Ltd, Surat.
Name: Dr. Dinakar Prithviraj
Designation: Neonatologist Professor Vydehi Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre, Bangalore.
Local Coordinators
Name: Dr. Ravi Shankar
Designation: MD DM (PGI) Former Professor of Neonatology(Niloufer Hospital). Consultant Neonatologist, Sowmya Children’s Hospital, Hyderabad.
Date: 12th December NEOCON 2019 HYDERABAD
Venue: Niloufer Hospital

Faculties:

Faculty

Details

Faculty and Details

Dr. Biraj Thakker

Consultant Neonatologist Akanksha Hospital and Research Institute, Anand, Gujarat.

Dr. Dinakar Prithviraj

Neonatologist Professor Vydehi Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre, Bangalore.

Dr. Mohit Sahni

Neonatal Cardiologist Director NICU and Acedemics Nirmal Hospital Pvt Ltd, Surat.

Dr. Pradeep Suryawanshi

MD, DCH( Sydney), Fellow Neonatology ( Australia), FRCPCH, FNNF Prof & Head Department of Neonatology BVU Medical College Pune.

Dr. Ravi Parikh

Consultant Neonatologist and Director Setu Newborn Care Centre, Ahmedabad.

Dr. Ravi Shankar

MD DM (PGI) Former Professor of Neonatology(Niloufer Hospital). Consultant Neonatologist, Sowmya Children’s Hospital, Hyderabad.

Dr. Sunil Kishore

Consultant Neonatologist Mycure Hospital, Vizag. Associate Professor, MIMS.

Dr. Rahul Kadam

DNB Pediatrics, Fellow in Neonatology. Consultant Neonatologist, Yashoda Hospital Somajiguda, Hyderabad.

Dr. Kamaldeep Arora

DM neonatology(AIIMS,New Delhi) MD Pediatrics FRCPH liverpool UK Associate Professor Division of Neonatology Department of Pediatrics Dayanand Medical college and Hospital Ludhiana.


AGENDA AND SCHEDULE

Time
Topic
08:00 am
Registration
09:00 am
Introduction

9:30 AM - Workstation 1: Basic Echocardiographic Views

    Subcostal View
  • Situs view- normal situs, pulsatile descending aorta, IVC draining into RA
  • Atrial and Four chamber view- Atrial septum/PFO, IVS, SVC to RA, pulmonary veins into LA, anterior sweep to ascending aorta and pulmonary artery
    Apical view
  • Both ventricles reaching the apex of the heart
  • Mitral, tricuspid valves and IVS
  • Establish atrioventricular concordance— ventricular morphology, positioning of atrioventricular valves
  • “five-chamber view”
  • PA from the RV crossing over aorta, excluding transposition
  • PV draining to LA
    Parasternal long axis view
  • LVOT, normal motion of mitral and aortic valves and intact IVS
  • Tricuspid valve view
  • Pulmonary valve view
    Parasternal short axis view
  • Tricuspid aortic valve- ‘mercedes benz sign’
  • Intact intraventricular septum
  • Pulmonary valve and bifurcation of MPA into confluent right and left branches
  • Mitral valve and papillary muscle view
    High parasternal view
  • Ascending aortic view
  • Pulmonary artery view
  • Ductal view
    Suprasternal view
  • Aortic arch view
  • Crab view

10:30 AM - Workstation 2: Assessment of Flow - Color and Doppler

  • Doppler- CW, PW and line of insonation
  • Direction of blood flow by color assessment
  • Understanding normal flow- Atrioventricular, ventriculoartrial, LPA, descending aortic, celiac and ACA/MCA flow patterns
11:00 am
Coffee break

11:15 AM - Workstation 3: Hemodynamic Assessment of PDA

  • Ductal characteristics – diameter, flow direction, velocity and flow profile
  • Indices of pulmonary overcirculation – LA to Ao ratio, LVEDD, LPA diastolic velocity, mitral valve E/A ratio, IVRT, LVO
  • Indices of systemic shunt effect- descending aortic, celiac artery and MCA

12:00 PM - Workstation 4: Echocardiographic assessment in PPHN

  • Assessment of PAP by TR jet
  • Shunt direction across duct and PFO
  • IVS morphology
  • RV and IVC size
  • RV function- TAPSE, MPA flow profile, PAAT/RVET, E/A ratio

12:45 PM - Workstation 5: Volume and Cardiac Output Assessment

  • Volume – IVC, ventricular filling
  • Cardiac output – LVO, RVO, SVC flow
01:15 pm
Lunch

02:00 PM -Workstation 6: Myocardial Function Assessment

  • Structure – volume and relative wall thickness
  • LV function
    • Systolic- FS, EF
    • Diastolic - mitral valve E/A ratio
  • RV function
    • Systolic- TAPSE
    • Diastolic- tricuspid valve E/A ratio

02:30 PM - Workstation 7: Lines, Effusions, Tamponade (video demo where required)

  • Umbilical lines
  • ET tube
  • Pleural and pericardial effusion
  • Pneumothorax

03:00 PM - Workstation 8: Clues to Detect Congenital Heart Disease- (video demo where required)

  • Systematic approach to diagnosis of CHD
  • Clues to detect CHD
  • Echo diagnosis of TGA, AS, PS, HLH, CoA, TAPVC
03:30 pm
Evening Coffee Break

03:45 PM - Case Scenarios - Applying Bedside Echocardiographic Skills in Clinical Practice: clinical case presentations

04:45 pm
Open house, feedback and valedictory
Visitors
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