Curs “Întârzierea în creșterea intrauterină”
(Fetal Growth Restrictions)
26 November 2020 – Course language: English
- Monitoring fetal growth:antepartum weight curves: Hadlock, customised curves, InterGrowth curves; postpartum growth curves: Fenton. Lubcenko curves
- SGA/FGR definition: Delphi consensus for the definition of :early and late FGR.
- Early FGR: diagnosis, extraction criteria.
- Late FGR : diagnosis, extraction criteria.
- Truffle 1 and Truffle 2 studies explaining the protocols for FGR.
- Etiology of FGR:
– maternal conditions: chronic hypertension, diabetes.
Substance abuse such as cocaine, tobacco, amphetamines, alcohol.
Pregnancy related conditions such as preeclampsia.
– fetal conditions: Multifetal gestation
Anatomical abnormalities : such as cardiac and renal
–placental conditions (placental syndromes)
- CTG in FGR; automatic CTG; fetal biophysical prophyle
- Selective intrauterine growth restriction in monochorionic or dichorionic twins
- FGR: immediately postnatal outcome and surveillance
- Cognitive outcome in childhood: the long-term effects of fetal growth restriction.
Cognitive and Behavioral Outcomes of Intrauterine Growth Restriction School-Age Children
- FGR : maternal and fetal haemodinamic changes
– Perinatal changes in cardiac geometry and function in growth-restricted fetuses at term.; and fetal HQ programme to evaluate fetal heart in FGR foetuses
– Maternal haemodinamic changes in FRG
- First trimester screening for FGR
- Second and 3rd trimester diagnosis of SGA/FGR: from uterine fundus measurement to ultrasound and biochemical markers: sflt1/PIGF
- FGR and proteomics