21 / MULTICENTRIC STUDIES OF CLINICAL USE OF KANET TEST


21 – 21 March 2019   print this page

Course directors:

Asim Kurjak, KBC Sveti Duh, Zagreb, Croatia
Panos Antsaklis, Alexandra Maternity Hospital, Medical School University of Athens, Greece


Course description:

Ten years ago KANET test has been introduced into clinical practice as a possibility to detect motoric changes in fetus which might preceed to cerebral palsy. Test was introduced in clinical practice after two international consensuses held in Osaka and Bucharest. A number of multicentric studies have been performed showing that test is reproducible and reliable with high rate of accuracy and reliability. All the participants in this multicentric study will be present at the course and will discuss results and other details.

The programme does not offer ECTS credits.


Course lecturers:

Aida Salihagić Kadić, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Panos Antsaklis, Alexandra Maternity Hospital, Medical School University of Athens, Greece
Lara Spalldi Barišić, Policlinic "Veritas", Zagreb, Croatia
Radu Vladareanu, Carol Davila University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Elias University Hospital, Bucharest, Romania
Sonal Panchal, Dr. Nagoriʹs Institute for Infertility and IVF, Ahmedabad, India
Toshiyuki Hata, Kagawa University, Japan
Suada Tinjić, Poliklinika 'Korak do života' Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Milan Stanojević, KBC Sveti Duh, Zagreb, Croatia