4th World Congress on Recurrent Pregnancy Loss (WCRPL 2019) is organized by Target Conferences Ltd and will be held from Dec 04 - 06, 2019 at Inbal Jerusalem Hotel, Jerusalem, Israel. This CME Conference has been approved for a maximum of 20 European CME credits.
Who Should Attend:
• Maternal Fetal Medicine
• Radiologists, Imaging – 3D
• Infertility and IFV Units
• Reproductive Endocrinologists
• Reproductive Medicine
• Reproductive Immunologists
The 4th World Congress on Recurrent Pregnancy Loss 2019 is the perfect setting to get the most updated, state-of-the-art information on the latest developments in research and clinical practice in the main areas of recurrent pregnancy loss.
It also gives you the opportunity to debate on controversial issues and to contribute, with your own voice.
The meeting will be stimulating, allowing each one of you the opportunity to meet and/or create your own professional network of colleagues and friends.
This world congress will include lectures by invited speakers, original study presentations, workshops, debates and case presentations in parallel sessions as well as open discussions with the audience.
• Epidemiology and statistics
• Evidenced based medicine
• The prognosis of couples
• Implantation failure and the window of implantation
• Infertility, reproductive endocrinology
• Ultrasound of early pregnancy
• Uterine malformations and imaging, 3D ultrasound
• Endoscopic surgery
• Clinical and laboratory evaluation of RPL couples
• Thrombophilia, coagulation
• Antiphospholipid antibodies
• Immunomodulatory treatments
• Genetic aspects of the embryo
• Genetic aspects of RPL couples
• PGD, PGS, PGT
• The role of male factor
• Hormonal abnormalities
• Thyroid function, antibodies
• Possible treatments
• Progesterone treatment
• Low molecular weight heparin
• Psychological care and support, tender loving care
• Idiopathic and unexplained
• New research and new frontiers
• IUFD, stillbirth, APD
• Pregnancy loss, miscarriage
• Threatened miscarriage
• Sub chorionic hematoma
• Periviable preterm delivery