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European School of Neonatology

The European School of Neonatology is thrilled to announce our new podcast, "Neonatology Now: Expert Discussions with the ESN"! Get ready to dive into the world of perinatal medicine and join our host Prof Mario Rüdiger as he interviews world-renowned experts in the field each month.

The European School of Neonatology (ESN) equips medical professionals with the necessary knowledge, skills, competences, and attitudes required to practise high-quality neonatal medicine tailored to their local clinical setting. Taking into account principles of evidence-based medicine, ESN programming joins theory and practice so that medical professionals can effectively practise Neonatology at all levels of care.

Episode 1 Neonatologist Performed Echocardiography with Prof. Willem de Boode

Click here to tune in to the first episode of Neonatology Now!

In the first episode, Mario Rüdiger sits down with ESPR President Prof Willem-Pieter de Boode to explore Neonatologist Performed Echocardiography (NPE), focusing on current approaches to treating the Ductus Arteriosus in preterm infants.


Interested in learning more? Explore the following recommended literature by Prof Dr Willem de Boode.[Expectant Management or Early Ibuprofen for Patent Ductus Arteriosus] (https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa2207418)

About the host: Mario Rüdiger underwent Neonatology training at the Charite Hospital in Berlin, gained professional experience in Innsbruck, Austria, and presently holds the position of Director at the Saxony Center for Feto/Neonatal Health. Additionally, he serves as the Chair of the Department of Neonatology and Pediatric Intensive Care Medicine at the University Hospital Dresden. Rüdiger is an active member of the neonatal task force of ILCOR and currently serves as the President of the German Perinatal Society of Perinatal Medicine. His primary focus lies in delivery room management and cellular therapies.

Thank you for tuning in! We value your input. If you have any suggestions, feedback, topic ideas, or comments, feel free to reach out to us at office@espr.eu. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ The podcast is intended exclusively for neutral information, training and entertainment. It is not a substitute for professional advice from a doctor or pharmacist and must not be used as a basis for independent diagnosis and starting, changing or stopping treatment of illnesses. The content of this podcast reflects the personal opinion of the presenter and his guests. The presenters take great care to present the current state of knowledge. Like any other science, neonatology is subject to constant developments. Subject to change without notice.

Episode 2: The Prenatal Management of Congenital Diagphragmatic with Prof Dr Jan Deprest

Second Episode

In the February episode of the Neonatology Now podcast, join your host, Prof Dr Mario Rüdiger, in an engaging conversation with the esteemed guest, Prof Dr Jan Deprest. Together, they discuss prenatal management of congenital diaphragmatic hernia, which has a major impact on mortality. Tune in to hear what Prof Dr Deprest suggests for pregnant woman with a diagnosis of CDH. Don't miss this exciting opportunity to stay at the forefront of neonatal care advancements!

Interested in learning more? Explore the following recommended literature by Prof Dr Jan Deprest. The randomized Tracheal Occlusion To Accelerate Lung growth (TOTAL)-trials on fetal surgery for congenital diaphragmatic hernia: reanalysis using pooled data https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34808130/

Randomized Trial of Fetal Surgery for Severe Left Diaphragmatic Hernia (https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34106556/)

About the host: Mario Rüdiger underwent Neonatology training at the Charite Hospital in Berlin, gained professional experience in Innsbruck, Austria, and presently holds the position of Director at the Saxony Center for Feto/Neonatal Health. Additionally, he serves as the Chair of the Department of Neonatology and Pediatric Intensive Care Medicine at the University Hospital Dresden. Rüdiger is an active member of the neonatal task force of ILCOR and currently serves as the President of the German Society of Perinatal Medicine. His primary focus lies in delivery room management and cellular therapies.

Thank you for tuning in! We value your input. If you have any suggestions, feedback, topic ideas, or comments, feel free to reach out to us at office@espr.eu. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ The podcast is intended exclusively for neutral information, training and entertainment. It is not a substitute for professional advice from a doctor or pharmacist and must not be used as a basis for independent diagnosis and starting, changing or stopping treatment of illnesses. The content of this podcast reflects the personal opinion of the presenter and his guests. The presenters take great care to present the current state of knowledge. Like any other science, neonatology is subject to constant developments. Subject to change without notice.

Episode 3: The Story of Oxygen in the Delivery Room with Prof Dr Ola Saugstad

 Third Episode

In the March episode of the Neonatology Now podcast, join your host, Prof Dr Mario Rüdiger, in an engaging conversation with the esteemed guest, Prof Dr Ola Saugstad. Together, they discuss the usage of oxygen in the delivery room. Tune in to hear Prof Dr. Saugstad discuss his findings on the harmful impact of pure oxygen, leading to increased mortality rates. Discover how he sought to validate these findings.

Interested in learning more? Explore the following recommended literature by Prof Dr Ola Saugstad.

Oxygenation of the newborn. The impact of one molecule on newborn lives

About the host: Mario Rüdiger underwent Neonatology training at the Charite Hospital in Berlin, gained professional experience in Innsbruck, Austria, and presently holds the position of Director at the Saxony Center for Feto/Neonatal Health. Additionally, he serves as the Chair of the Department of Neonatology and Pediatric Intensive Care Medicine at the University Hospital Dresden. Rüdiger is an active member of the neonatal task force of ILCOR and currently serves as the President of the German Society of Perinatal Medicine. His primary focus lies in delivery room management and cellular therapies.

Thank you for tuning in! We value your input. If you have any suggestions, feedback, topic ideas, or comments, feel free to reach out to us at office@espr.eu. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ The podcast is intended exclusively for neutral information, training and entertainment. It is not a substitute for professional advice from a doctor or pharmacist and must not be used as a basis for independent diagnosis and starting, changing or stopping treatment of illnesses. The content of this podcast reflects the personal opinion of the presenter and his guests. The presenters take great care to present the current state of knowledge. Like any other science, neonatology is subject to constant developments. Subject to change without notice.

Episode 4: Long Term development of extremely preterm infants with Prof Dr Dieter Wolke

Fourth Episode

In the April episode of the Neonatology Now podcast, join your host, Prof. Dr. Mario Rüdiger, in an engaging conversation with esteemed guest Prof. Dr. Dieter Wolke. Together, they delve into the long-term development of extremely preterm infants. Tune in to hear Prof. Dr. Wolke discuss the findings of the Bavarian Longitudinal Study and the next research steps needed to further elucidate the impact of preterm labor on neurodevelopment. Don't miss this exciting opportunity to stay at the forefront of neonatal care advancements!

Interested in learning more? Explore the following recommended literature by Prof Dr Dieter Wolke:

The Life Course Consequences of Very Preterm Birth [https://www.annualreviews.org/doi/abs/10.1146/annurev-devpsych-121318-084804]

About the host: Mario Rüdiger underwent Neonatology training at the Charite Hospital in Berlin, gained professional experience in Innsbruck, Austria, and presently holds the position of Director at the Saxony Center for Feto/Neonatal Health. Additionally, he serves as the Chair of the Department of Neonatology and Pediatric Intensive Care Medicine at the University Hospital Dresden. Rüdiger is an active member of the neonatal task force of ILCOR and currently serves as the President of the German Society of Perinatal Medicine. His primary focus lies in delivery room management and cellular therapies.

Thank you for tuning in! We value your input. If you have any suggestions, feedback, topic ideas, or comments, feel free to reach out to us at office@espr.eu. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ The podcast is intended exclusively for neutral information, training and entertainment. It is not a substitute for professional advice from a doctor or pharmacist and must not be used as a basis for independent diagnosis and starting, changing or stopping treatment of illnesses. The content of this podcast reflects the personal opinion of the presenter and his guests. The presenters take great care to present the current state of knowledge. Like any other science, neonatology is subject to constant developments. Subject to change without notice.

Episode 5: Management of preterm labor with Prof Dr Cihat Sen

 Fifth Episode

In the May episode of the Neonatology Now podcast, join your host, Prof Dr Mario Rüdiger, in an engaging conversation with the esteemed guest, Prof Dr Cihan Sen. Together, they discuss the management of women who are at risk of preterm labor, and the recommendations outlined in the new guidelines for preterm labor. Tune in to hear what approach Prof Dr Sen recommends. Don't miss this exciting opportunity to stay at the forefront of advancements in neonatal care!

Interested in learning more? Explore the following recommended literature by Prof Dr Cihat Sen. Management of preterm labor clinical practice guideline and recommendation by the WAPM-World Association of Perinatal Medicine and the PMF-Perinatal Medicine Foundation

About the host: Mario Rüdiger underwent Neonatology training at the Charite Hospital in Berlin, gained professional experience in Innsbruck, Austria, and presently holds the position of Director at the Saxony Center for Feto/Neonatal Health. Additionally, he serves as the Chair of the Department of Neonatology and Pediatric Intensive Care Medicine at the University Hospital Dresden. Rüdiger is an active member of the neonatal task force of ILCOR and currently serves as the President of the German Society of Perinatal Medicine. His primary focus lies in delivery room management and cellular therapies.

Thank you for tuning in! We value your input. If you have any suggestions, feedback, topic ideas, or comments, feel free to reach out to us at office@espr.eu. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

The podcast is intended exclusively for neutral information, training and entertainment. It is not a substitute for professional advice from a doctor or pharmacist and must not be used as a basis for independent diagnosis and starting, changing or stopping treatment of illnesses. The content of this podcast reflects the personal opinion of the presenter and his guests. The presenters take great care to present the current state of knowledge. Like any other science, neonatology is subject to constant developments. Subject to change without notice.