"Like the Abstract" Winners

"Like the Abstract" Winners

Title

Winner

E-poster discussion 1

VARIATIONS IN MANAGEMENT OF INVASIVE GROUP B STREPTOCOCCAL DISEASE AT A TERTIARY PAEDIATRIC CENTRE
Emma Lim, United Kingdom

E-poster discussion 2

VIROLOGIC AND CLINICAL SURVEILLANCE OF RESPIRATORY ENTEROVIRUSES FROM PAEDIATRIC PATIENTS ATTENDED AT A TERTIARY HOSPITAL IN CATALONIA (SPAIN) DURING THREE CONSECUTIVE SEASONS (2014-2017)
Andres Anton, Spain

E-poster discussion 3

CEREBROSPINAL FLUID CELL COUNTS AND BIOCHEMISTRY IN NEONATAL MENINGITIS: PREMATURE REASSURANCE
Natasha Ching, Australia

E-poster discussion 4

IMPROVING ON-TIME IMMUNIZATION RATES IN THE MAYO CLINIC NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT
Raymond Stetson, USA

E-poster discussion 5

First winner:

PREVALANCE, RISK FACTORS AND OUTCOMES OF VENTILATOR ASSOCIATED PNEUMONIA IN CHILDREN ADMITTED IN PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE CARE UNIT IN BIKANER, NORTHWETERN INDIA
Gajanand Singh Tanwar, India

Second winner:

GARPEC PROJECT: THE USE OF WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION RECOMMENDATIONS FOR RESERVE GROUP ANTIBIOTICS IN HOSPITALISED CHILDREN AND NEONATES
Maxx King Yau Chin, United Kingdom

E-poster discussion 7

First winner:

LONG-TERM IMPACT OF TEN-VALENT PNEUMOCOCCAL CONJUGATE VACCINE (PCV10) ON PNEUMONIA AMONG VACCINE-ELIGIBLE CHILDREN IN FINLAND
Arto Palmu, Finland

Second winner:

POPULATION IMPACT OF A CAPSULAR GROUP B MENINGOCOCCAL VACCINE: DIRECT AND INDIRECT PROTECTION – INSIGHTS FROM THE NEW ZEALAND OUTBREAK
Marta Valente Pinto, United Kingdom

Oral presentation Session 1

EVALUATION AND PRIORITIZATION OF FIVE DIFFERENT VARICELLA CHILDHOOD IMMUNIZATION STRATEGIES IN ITALY BASED ON MODELING LONG-TERM POPULATION COSTS AND BENEFITS
Lara Wolfson, USA

Oral presentation Session 1

RENAL DYSFUNCTION IN INFANTS AND TODDLERS WITH CONGENITAL CYTOMEGALOVIRUS INFECTION; CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY IN THE NATIONAL REGISTER OF CONGENITAL CYTOMEGALOVIRUS INFECTION (REDICCMV)
Maria Rios-Barnes, Spain

Oral presentation Session 1

ANTIFUNGAL DRUG SUSCEPTIBILITY OF CANDIDA SPP. IN NEONATAL AND PAEDIATRIC CANDIDAEMIA: A EUROPEAN MULTI-CENTRE RETROSPECTIVE STUDY (EUROCANDY)
Adilia Warris, United Kingdom

Oral presentation Session 1

APPLYING MACHINE LEARNING ALGORITHMS TO DEMOGRAPHIC AND CLINICAL DATA CAN SEGREGATE PATIENTS WITH DIFFERENT ETIOLOGIES OF BACTEREMIA
Hassan Al Khatib, USA

 


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