ABS 1. DETRIMENTAL MUCOSAL EFFECT OF IBUPROFEN IN THE IMMATURE HUMAN INTESTINE • E. Tremblay, E. Ferretti, M.-P. Thibault, D. Grynspan, K.M. Burghardt, M. Bettolli, C. Babakissa, E. Levy, J.-F. Beaulieu; Research Consortium on Child Intestinal Inflammation

ABS 2. CORRELATION BETWEEN CALPROTECTIN LEVELS IN MECONIUM AND VITAMIN D STATUS IN CORD BLOOD: ASSOCIATION WITH INTESTINAL DISTRESS DURING NEONATAL PERIOD • S.H. Park, W.H. Kim, Y.M. Lee

ABS 3. COMPARISON OF FECAL CALPROTECTIN LEVELS ACCORDING TO FEEDING KINDS IN VERY PRETERM INFANTS • J.H. Park, N.H. Lee, S.Y. Shin, C.S. Kim, S.L. Lee, W.M. Lee

ABS 4. NEONATAL MORBIDITY OF EXTREME PRETERM INFANTS BEFORE AND AFTER THE INTRODUCTION OF A DONOR HUMAN MILK BANK AT THE PERINATAL CENTER GROßHADERN • V. Lieftüchter, M. Kujawa, A. Schuze, A.W. Flemmer, S. Herber-Jonat

ABS 5. IS NEAR INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY A RELIABLE TECHNIQUE TO MEASURE GUT PERFUSION IN PRETERM INFANTS? • J. Banerjee, T.S. Leung, N. Aladangady

ABS 6. EARLY BIOCHEMICAL MARKERS ASSOCIATED WITH DEVELOPMENT OF NECROTIZING ENTEROCOLITIS • K.W. Olsson, R. Sindelar

ABS 7. OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF EARLY STOOL FROM PRETERM INFANTS: IMPORTANT TO CONSIDER FOR ABDOMINAL OXIMETRY BASED ON NEAR-INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY • H. Isler, D. Schenk, J. Bernhard, F. Scholkmann, S. Kleiser, D. Ostojic, D. Bassler, M. Wolf, T. Karen

ABS 8. STOOLING PATTERN AND GASTRIC RESIDUALS ARE NOT USEFUL TOOLS FOR EARLY DIAGNOSIS OF NECROTISING ENTEROCOLITIS IN PRETERM INFANTS • S. Carlsson, M. Domellöf, A. Elfvin

ABS 9. REFERENCE VALUES OF ZONULIN IN TERM NEONATES • A. Tarko, A. Suchojad, A. Jarosz-Lesz, M. Majcherczyk, M. Michalec, I. Maruniak-Chudek

ABS 10. DETERMINANTS OF THE NEED FOR TREATMENT IN PREMATURE INFANTS WITH SUSPECTED NECROTISING ENTEROCOLITIS • N. Bussmann, A. El-Khuffash, D. Corcoran

ABS 11. EFFECT OF ANTIBIOTIC PROPHYLAXIS DURING REMOVAL OF A CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETER ON DEVELOPMENT OF THE NEONATAL INTESTINAL MICROBIOTA • E. d’Haens, R. Zwittink, C. Belzer, M. Hemels, R. van Lingen, I. Renes, J. Knol, D. van Zoeren-Grobben

ABS 12. NEWBORNS WITH ULTRASOUND FINDING OF GAS IN HEPATIC PORTAL VENOUS SYSTEM: ANALYSIS OF RISK FACTORS, CLINICAL AND LABORATORY FINDINGS AND DEVELOPMENT OF ALLERGY • J. Lozar Krivec, A. Nyasha Zimani, N. Zupančič, D. Paro-Panjan

ABS 13. NEONATAL FECAL BIOMARKERS OF NECROTIZING ENTEROCOLITIS • I. Tofé, M.V. Rodriguez-Benitez, C. Hernandez-Chirlaque, M. Gil-Campos, M.D. Ruiz-Gonzalez, A. Martinez

ABS 14. THE OPEN ABDOMEN: A CHALLENGE FOR NEONATOLOGISTS AND NEONATAL SURGEONS. THE KAROLINSKA EXPERIENCE • M. Bartocci, E. Palleri, A. Svenningsson, T. Wester

ABS 15. ANOGENITAL STIMULATION IN RATS DOES NOT INCREASE GASTRIC EMPTYING • C.H. Ferreira, J. Belik

ABS 16. THE PRETERM INFANT GASTRIC EMPTYING RATE IS DEPENDENT ON THE FEED VOLUME AND NOT ON POSTNATAL AGE • C.H. Ferreira, F.E. Martinez, G.C. Crott, J. Belik

ABS 17. NECROTIZING ENTEROCOLITIS IN A NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT • M. Branco, I. Falcão, T. Lopes, E. Proença, A. Almeida, C. Carvalho, L. Pinho

ABS 18. SPONTANEOUS INTESTINAL PERFORATION: A DIAGNOSTIC CHALLENGE IN THE NEWBORN • M. Branco, T. Lopes, I. Falcão, L. Pinho, C. Enes, A. Almeida, C. Carvalho, E. Proença

ABS 19. OUTCOMES OF EXTREMELY LOW BIRTH WEIGHT BABIES RECEIVING SURGICAL TREATMENT FOR NECROTISING ENTEROCOLITIS • J. Ashton, C. Charlesworth, P. Yajamanyam

ABS 20. ASSESSMENT OF ENZYMOTHERAPY EFFICACY IN CASE OF LACTASE INSUFFICIENCY IN PRETERM INFANTS • O. Vlasova, L. Koliubakina

ABS 21. THE NORWEGIAN PRETERM INFANT GUT (PINGU) STUDY: A METAGENOMIC APPROACH TO GUT MICROBIOTA COMPOSITION AND RESISTOME IN INFANTS SUPPLEMENTED WITH PROBIOTICS • E. Esaiassen, E. Hjerde, P. Cavanagh, T. Pedersen, J. Andresen, S. Rettedal, R. Støen, B. Nakstad, N.P. Willassen, C. Klingenberg

ABS 22. NECROTIZING ENTEROCOLITIS: WHAT ASPECTS IN 2017? • H. Ben Salem, I. Kasraoui, M.T. Lamouchi, E.D. Bouaicha, N. Kasdallah, S. Blibech, M. Doagi

ABS 23. ROUTINE PROBIOTICS FOR PRETERM NEONATES: EXPERIENCE IN A TERTIARY AUSTRALIAN NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT • G. Deshpande, V. Shingde, L. Downe, J. Xiao, M. Taber

ABS 24. MATERNAL RISK FACTORS FOR NEC IN PREMATURES INFANTS WITH GA UNDER 28 WEEKS • L. Olariu, G. Olariu, S. Olariu

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