Early Pregnancy Symposium
December 1-2, 2017
The first meeting on “Early Pregnancy Management” is planned for December 1-2, 2017, in Philadelphia. All hot topics in the field that are important for the foundation of healthy pregnancy and excellent outcome will be presented. The conference is divided into three main themes; each will include the medical, genetics and sonography aspects of recurrent loss and the early developing, first trimester, pregnancy.
The etiology theme will cover new concepts such as the transition from evidence based medicine to the personalized approach, the genetics of recurrent pregnancy loss, management of antiphospholipid syndrome in patients refractory to conventional treatment, immunology, the male factor, genetics and ultrasound findings relevant to recurrent pregnancy loss.
The developing pregnancy theme will cover threatened miscarriage, missed abortion, pregnancy of unknown location, molar pregnancies, choriocarcinoma, the genetics and ultrasound relevance to these conditions. The management theme will examine the role of treatment modalities, both old and new, review prenatal diagnosis options, ultrasound findings, the treatment to improve outcome for the at risk pregnancy and include the management and new approaches to hyperemesis gravidarum and to different medical conditions in pregnancy.
Who Should Attend?
The conference is mainly clinical in outlook, but with a large scientific input. It is designed for everyone who is caring for women in their reproductive age, who is having obgyn practice, treating women with pregnancy complications and prenatal care. It is also ideal for any health care provider who is seeking a comprehensive view of current concepts and developments in the field.
The Warwick Rittenhouse Square
220 S. 17th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Because the Symposium is scheduled during the pre-Holiday Season, when downtown Philadelphia hotels are usually fully booked at peak prices, we strongly recommend early reservations. There are a limited number of discounted sleeping rooms at a rate of $149/night (doubles & singles) for all Symposium guests at the Warwick Hotel from Wednesday, November 30 to Saturday,December 2. Reservations can be made over the phone at 215-735-6000. Reservations will be offered on a first-come, first-serve basis.
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