Postgraduate course – ECPP

Postgraduate course


Childhood Interstitial lung diseases

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Organisers : Prof Fabio Mudella, Lumbardi, Samia Nasr
Faculty Disclosure
This course provides an overview of the field of childhood Interstitial Lung Diseases (Childs). Participants will learn which diagnostic procedures should be applied based on given clinical circumstances, and what difficulties can arise in Child diagnosis. Special emphasis will be given to HRCT courses, as these typically guide the diagnosis of many Childs; this will be accompanied by sessions on Child -pathology. Therapy remains a challenging aspect of treating many Childs, so this course will provide participants with insight into the pros and cons of specific Child treatments. Interdisciplinary Child board discussions will be held between specialists and course participants, and course attendees will have the opportunity to bring their own challenging cases and discuss them with leading experts. Further, there will be a dedicated discussion session on the impact of comorbidities on the clinical course of Child treatment.
An application will be made to EACCME for CME accreditation of this event. The number of credits that you will receive corresponds to your attendance during the course. Please note that you need to sign the register of attendance each day to ensure that you receive the CME credits.
Course format
• Lectures
• Case presentations with interactive discussions
• Live transmissions
• Interactive workshops
Target audience
• Clinicians
• Pediaric Pulmonologists in training
• Radiologists specialised in thoracic imaging


Clinical exercise testing: advanced

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Organisers : Lumbardo, Ibraheem Alakakary
Faculty Disclosure
This course will provide a comprehensive in-depth overview of cardiopulmonary exercise testing (CPET), from the physiological basis to result interpretation. This will allow participants to identify the indications for exercise testing and to manage the most common protocol (i.e. incremental) used in a clinical setting. Participants will be able to familiarise themselves with the equipment and methodology involved in exercise testing and to undertake appropriate interpretation of the results in different clinical scenarios.
An application will be made to EACCME for CME accreditation of this event. The number of credits that you will receive corresponds to your attendance during the course. Please note that you need to sign the register of attendance each day to ensure that you receive the CME credits.
Course format
• Plenary sessions
• Question and answer sessions
• Small-group tutorials
• Interactive workshops and hands-on training
• Case presentations and discussion
• Panel discussions
Target audience
• Clinicians
• Pulmonary physicians
• Respiratory physiologists
• Respiratory therapists
• Trainees in the above specialities
Learning outcomes
Following this course, participants will be able to:
• Describe the physiological responses to incremental exercise which are most pertinent to CPET interpretation.
• Understand the key technical and operational features of CPET as applied to clinical practice.
• Acquire an advanced understanding of the pathophysiological responses to incremental exercise in different clinical scenarios.
• Master the key aspects of clinical CPET interpretation.


Cystic fibrosis: Basic defects and clinical problems in children

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Organziers: Prof, Milan Macek, Prof, Bulent, Samia Nasr
Aims
Access educational materials here to update both paediatric and adult professionals involved in cystic fibrosis (CF) care on the recent advances in many important aspects of CF in children; including screening, treatment, respiratory exacerbations and management of gastrointestinal problems in CF patients. Disease(s): Paediatric respiratory diseases Respiratory infections Method(s) : Public health
Target audience
Clinical researcher

General practitioner

Lung function technologist

Nurse

Paediatrician

Physiotherapist

Trainee

Adult pulmonologist/Clinician


Clinical Nutrition

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Chairperson :
Prof Sanaa Youssef
Speakers :
Prof Ehab Khairy : Infant Feeding: immune boosting effect
Prof May Nassar : Nutrition and Allergy (1) Prevention “Elimination diet: Standards and errors”
Prof Mamdouh Abdel-Maksoud : Nutrition and Allergy (2) Treatment “Asthma and honey products: Nebulization or Supplementation “
Dr Yasmin Gamal : “Asthma and Nutrition Therapy”
Dr Heba El-Khouly : Nutrition and chronic chest diseases: Cause or effect?
Dr Haya Essam : Clinical case scenario
Dr Nada Tharwat : Clinical case scenario


Inhalers

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Course co Ordinator : Lila Hegazy


Pediatric Asthma Crash Course

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Objectives:

  • Understand the unique epidemiology and pathophysiology of childhood asthma
  • Identify key concepts related to diagnosis & management of childhood asthma
  • Describe ER/OPD management of childhood asthma

20 minutes each lecture + 10 minute Panel Discussion

Asthma Epidemiology and Diagnosis Dr. Adel Alharbi
Asthma Management Outpatient Dr. Sami Alhaider
Asthma Management in Emergency Setting Dr. Abdullah Yousef
Asthma Devices and Education Dr. Saleh Alharbi

Clinical approach to pediatric noisy respiration

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Speakers

Prof. Tarek Desouky

Prof.Osama Taha Amer


Stepwise approach for diagnosis and treatment of parapneumonic effusion in pediatrics

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Speakers

Prof. Eman fouda

Prof.Laila Hegazy

Dr. mahitab morsy

Dr. Sally rafat


Approaches to assessment and treatment of pediatric feeding problems and aspiration

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Speakers

Prof. Tamer Abou-Elsaad

Prof. Nader Fasseeh

Prof.Hesham Abdel-hady

Prof. Mohamed Ezz Elregal

Alaa Gaafar

Ahmed Elrouby

Dina Salama

Maii Saad

Sally Adel

Samar Adel

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Pediatric pulmonary Hypertension

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Speakers

Prof.Amjad Kouatli

Prof.Maha ElDabagh