General Welcome

We would like to invite you to participate in this exciting congress covering recent advances in Perinatal Medicine. The meeting includes presentations from over 25 international experts in disciplines of Obstetrics, Women’s Imaging, Obstetric Medicine and Neonatology. The program will discuss recent innovations in these fields, placing them in the context of underlying pathophysiology and current clinical management. It aims to provide a stimulating forum for multidisciplinary interaction between sonographers and radiologists involved in imaging, obstetricians and physicians involved in antenatal care and neonatologists and geneticists involved in the perinatal period.

Andrew Ngu, Lachlan de Crespigny, Jon Hyett
Congress Convenors

Sponsorship and Exhibition

This is a unique opportunity to sponsor and exhibit products and services related to Maternal, Fetal and Neonatal care. The congress will attract up to 1000 participants including obstetricians, radiologists, neonatologists and sonographers. It would be an ideal venue for participants to discover new innovations!

The Program

The main program runs over three days with two concurrent streams. The main focus of one line will be obstetric imaging whilst the second will predominantly review topics in maternal and fetal medicine. The main theme of the meeting is to review the predictive value of ultrasound (and other prenatal tests) in screening for a range of conditions such as congenital abnormality, preterm labour and pre-eclampsia. The potential to provide therapeutic interventions or change management strategy to improve obstetric outcome will also be reviewed.

Prior to the congress there will be workshops looking at the use of ultrasound at the point of care, first trimester screening, fetal and neonatal assessment of CNS anomalies and screening for cardiac anomalies at 20 weeks. During the congress there will be live scan sessions reviewing some of the topics presented during the meeting and there will be an opportunity for participants to present their own research.


Abstract Deadline
28 November 2008

and Exhibition
are available now.

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