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10th Asia Pacific Congress in
Maternal Fetal Medicine
Fri 22 – Sun 24 August 2014
Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre, Singapore
We welcome you to be part of the 10th anniversary of the APCMFM
leung Prof. LEUNG Tak Yeung
Hong Kong
Tony Dr. Tony TAN
Call-for-Abstracts Now Open Till 22 May 2014
Enjoy Early Bird Registration Now Till 22 June 2014
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Day 1: Fri 22 Aug 2014 Day 2: Sat 23 Aug 2014 Day 3: Sun 24 Aug 2014
Advances in Intrapartum Monitoring & Management of Birth Asphyxia Sponsored Symposium:
Born Too Early
High Risk Labour
Pre-eclampsia: Prevention,
Monitoring & Treatment
Sponsored Symposium:
Born Too Late
Update in Antenatal Screening &
USG Meet Genetics Maternal Medicine: What Are
Non-invasive Prenatal Testing:
Now & Future
How Good is 1st Trimester
Fetal Ultrasound
Development of Fetal
Therapy in Asia
AOFOG’s Session: Challenging
the Conventional Practices
Session Highlight:
Advances in Intrapartum Monitoring & Management of Birth Asphyxia
Intrapartum CTG has been an integral part of monitoring the fetus during the delivery process, in order to identify fetus which are in distress, so that delivery can be expedited if necessary. CTG monitoring is highly sensitive but lacks specificity. This has led to the development of alternative tests that can be combined with the CTG to improve its specificity. One of these new test is assessing the ST segment of the Fetal ECG. This test is now available in the STAN (ST ANalysis of fetal ECG) analyser. During this session, 4 invited speakers will describe how STAN can be used and how it may change current practice. We hope that you will enjoy this session and that it will stimulate a creative exchange of ideas:
• Prof. Sir S Arulkumaran, the President of FIGO will firstly give a keynote lecture on STAN.
• Prof. B Arijit of National University Hospital & National University of Singapore, which is one of the few centers in Asia using STAN, will share his experience on this new tool.
• Prof. TY Leung from Hong Kong will discuss the urgency of CS and whether current guidelines on the
30-minute rule for decision-to-delivery interval, may need to be redefined
• Prof. J Hyett from Australia will describe how to identify the distressed and ‘near-miss’ neonates at birth
Session 1.1 Advances in Intrapartum Monitoring & Management of Birth Asphyxia
Chaired by TY Leung / T Tan
Keynote: STAN – Is it the Future of Intrapartum Monitoring S Arulkumaran
STAN: Experience in Singapore B Arijit
Urgent Caesarean Section for Fetal Distress TY Leung
Identifying Distressed and ‘Near-miss’ Neonates at Birth J Hyett
Discussion All
10th APCMFM Invited Speakers
Biswas ARJIT (Singapore)
TP BASKARAN (Malaysia)
BUI The-Hung (Sweden)
CHANG Tou Choong (Singapore)
CHENG KY Yvonne (Hong Kong)
CHOY KW Richard (Hong Kong)
Gustaaf DEKKER (Australia)
HUI Shuk Yi Annie (Hong Kong)
Jonathan HYETT (Australia)
Devendra KANAGALINGAM (Singapore)
LAO Tzu Hsi Terence (Hong Kong)
LAW Lai Wa (Hong Kong)
LEE Keun-Young (Korea)
LEE Mi-Young (Korea)
LEUNG Tak Yeung (Hong Kong)
LO Dennis (Hong Kong)
Choolani MAHESH (Singapore)
Endoh MASAYUKI (Japan)
Ritu MOGRA (Australia)
Leona POON (UK)
Daljit Singh SAHOTA (Hong Kong)
Walfrido SUMPAICO (The Phillipines)
SUN Luming (China)
TAN Eng Kien (Singapore)
TAN Lay Kok (Singapore)
Tony TAN (Singapore)
TAN Wei Ching (Singapore)
Yves VILLE (France)
WATAGANA Tuangsit (Thailand)
Hye-Sung WON (Korea)
Be part of the 10th Anniversary of Asia Pacific Congress in Maternal Fetal Medicine
Fri 22 – Sun 24 August 2014
Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre, Singapore
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