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so it's okay for one for speaking english uh and i you know hit me
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uh if you're a bit more weight than me come back with a seven nine uh shifts
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uh_huh uh_huh or as tom said i'm gonna talk loose but ah i mean briggs
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and we are really three hundred h. and with great interest land right option
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but i think we'll remember um these pathologies optically for them and um
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what one sees mortality in grade three and enjoy which included hemorrhage
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ten states of san and yeah in elementary clement information twenty to eight seven
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um the in your amendments we haven't race receive up to fifty percent in grade
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three of the age and of any work so it's just an h. on
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uh_huh yeah we've seen in the last wednesday actually is that these uh
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outcomes of gotten much better which is definitely a positive thing
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and and we want to find out if this trend is the green as a continued it lost its
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um i think it's really important that we look at this uh this uh on these
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outcomes regular regular intervals especially 'cause this uh this pathologies have said that sounds
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so i as you have the figures which i mentioned their time
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either early studies which a different results which we've seen
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um these this variability is dependent on different things so uh
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demographics in non remote game he's also to policies
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and especially in case you gauge oh yeah depending on that ah characteristics
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so i um we want to look as i said these outcomes in more recent times
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that everything kind of holding hands with these pathologies can actually insect on it
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and we looked at all the data collected from two thousand and sixty
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thousand fourteen from the meaning to senses and remember that our senses
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children with the gestation which lesson thirty reads management functions of the
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first year elijah was two thousand change two thousand seven
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two thousand h. t. doesn't forty yeah
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so while the pathologies would diagnosed using green or so
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now has the same later and mortality and and the online and the owners of
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defined as a development score less than g. standard deviations below the meeting
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in the baby g. babies really well in the griffiths will uh
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will uh this review all the score greater than one
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well linus well absence issue a usable vision yeah as absence or whatever
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a t. reduce had fairly similar demographics as you can see
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one thing about highlights the gestation h. um this as you can see and second
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group with with the whole possibly to less the mean just actually which
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these are terms that we found um as you can see uh we just the discourse on the rise and fall
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we just then for a while it just station wage and snakes
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there it's given sex of the child and multiple but
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uh_huh initially mentality is no significant as you can see a pasta justin uh what
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has changed it becomes significant uh specifically when you adjusted to gestation knowledge
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uh withdrawals can changes were not significant so and uh despite
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the fact that the forums changes when not significant
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uh that the increased i did see below that sense and it's you hear it
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was a welcome change we was like one more to follow the rules
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and it changed in your dividends when they're getting a significant
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ah we revise that she reads that we separated robot arbitrary or
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um there was no significant changes are between g. u.
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um so we decided it was a bit more important to look
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at the whole a time period in separating to mean individually
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the blue share use the proportion of children who died red
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shoes that portion shouldn't be supplied knew that management and
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green shoes the children respond very well on on the white shoes they use you were lost to follow
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i think as you can see uh usually that seems to be the trend it's which you can see
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a necessity in the case of the statistics that we did in the new or some
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uh those new york significance it's on any of the different things that yeah
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so i mean conclusion short or long term outcomes they are significantly
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by the time you would like to between the two girls
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however when adjusted for gestation wage a mortality changed it becomes significant
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and i think this is not entirely simple to explain um
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one reason which we thought of was the deep reason just it just patiently which might
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suggest that we've become better looking of children with the lotus station which i'm an
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or all the policies changing of the last lines withdrawal yeah
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from children with another just actually which by the way
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if you think about this as opposed to because um the and you know
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i really it's late so i have no change significantly so the least
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this bible changing just actually reach the outcomes of not necessarily them was
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which is also positive thing that we can say from us
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say in the future will be looking a bit um over seven days of
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firms also experimented senses winston or whatever other 'cause we were basically
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um and we're gonna be one to find various characteristics of p. h. on
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so it wouldn't be looking at expansion last relative movement
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should become yeah well affect its characteristics are um
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using this we're gonna be assessing the bass sounds coaches its goal which is
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divided in two thousand seven in us and we're gonna be seeing
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possibly state uh uh if the boston school also losing also stated
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uh we're gonna be adjusting the bass in schools if necessary by raising taxes which we consider
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more what's it like having any additional additional factors if we see that is necessary
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and possibly this and its relation nice though it's nice you see that's in school
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yeah
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which
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ha ha
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um are there any questions now it's it's us
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five one question uh ha now yeah
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oh the french e. d. left really bilateral uh which is a that's correct yes
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it's saying she was we found out that doesn't really make a difference in like
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it's in the fast which changes out them in i sure sure
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so it's kind of difficult to quantify in is no
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useful see the um use this in this kind of stuff close
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any further questions
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everything seems to be likely thank you very much

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Conference Program

Welcome words
Matthias ROTH-KLEINER and Philipp MEYER, resp. Lausanne and Aarau
22 Jan. 2019 · 9:34 a.m.
Welcome words
Markus Hodel, Lucerne
22 Jan. 2019 · 9:39 a.m.
Short report - Outcome of very preterm infants
Philip Thwaites, Zürich
22 Jan. 2019 · 9:42 a.m.
Short report - Bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD)
Ikbel El Faleh, Lausanne
22 Jan. 2019 · 9:50 a.m.
Fetal diagnosis and therapy (part 1)
David Baud, Lausanne
22 Jan. 2019 · 11:33 a.m.
Fetal diagnosis and therapy (part 2)
Nicole Ochsenbein-Kölble, Zurich
22 Jan. 2019 · 11:51 a.m.
Minimal invasive therapy of congenital malformations
S. Holland-Cunz, Basel
22 Jan. 2019 · 12:03 p.m.
Discussion
22 Jan. 2019 · 12:26 p.m.
Management of PPROM around 34 weeks (part 1)
R. Pfister, Geneva
22 Jan. 2019 · 2:48 p.m.
Management of PPROM around 34 weeks (part 2)
B. Martinez de Tejada, Geneva
22 Jan. 2019 · 3:06 p.m.
Late termination of pregnancy : legal, ethical and medical aspects
R. Favre, Strasbourg (France)
22 Jan. 2019 · 3:58 p.m.
The beginning of life
T. Berger, Lucerne
22 Jan. 2019 · 4:40 p.m.
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Awards and Closing words
22 Jan. 2019 · 5:04 p.m.