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The International Conference on Perinatal & Hospice Care is taking place on Saturday, 30th January 2016. It is being held in the College Hall of the Royal College of Surgeons in Dublin 2*. The conference will focus on the the medical and holistic care of women who are told their baby might not live for very long after birth. The conference will discuss novel treatments for serious life limiting conditions, neonatal hospice & palliative care and also hear patients experiences of carrying to term.
As medical technology advances, the area of perineonatology has never been so exciting. From babies being born and thriving at younger and younger gestations, to new and revolutionary developments for treating conditions that were previously thought to be invariably fatal, this sub-speciality is opening a whole new world of possibilities.
The Perinatal Conference 2016 in Dublin will examine conditions that are as exciting as they are serious.
Presentations on revolutionary treatments that could potentially influence how we manage life threatening conditions such as Bilateral Renal Agenesis, and on advances in fetal cardiac surgety that are changing the outlook for babies with Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome, will be sure to expand your knowledge on the care of babies who have been diagnosed with such conditions.
* This is an external event being held at the RCSI