Best posters of the XXI International Congress of Pediatrics of the Ecuadorian Pediatric Society. Quito, 12-14 August 2021 Conference communications

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Paúl Astudillo Neira
Fernando Aguinaga

Abstract

Introduction: The XXI International Congress of Pediatrics of the Ecuadorian Pediatric Society was held from August 12 to 14, 2021 in the city of Quito-Ecuador. The objective of the congress was to maintain the academic activity of the core society of Quito during the COVID-19 pandemic with the slogan “For Comprehensive Pediatric Care during the COvid-19 pandemic”.


Methods: In virtual mode, videoconferences were held on the topics of cardiology, gastroenterology, infectious diseases, immunizations, neonatology, neurology, nephrology, nutrition, traumatology, intensive therapy, oncology and psychology. The best posters of the congress are presented.


Results: A committee of experts selected the best clinical cases. The best posters of clinical cases were selected: Bilateral ductal stent in neonate with discontinuous pulmonary arterial branches: case report. Clinical case: From tubular acidosis to metabolic alkalosis. Miller Fisher syndrome, Guillain Barré variant: case report. The best studies: Project "my family as part of my care" in the neonatology unit of Hospital Metropolitano based on the philosophy "Family Center Care", Factors associated with obesity in children between 5-12 years of age, Hospital Carlos Andrade Marín, 2018. Longitudinal Retrospective Study on the Relationship between Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Epilepsy in a Pediatric Population in Quito-Ecuador. Breastfeeding in newborns and infants with allergy to cow's milk proteins: a retrospective study.

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Astudillo Neira, P., & Aguinaga, F. (2021). Best posters of the XXI International Congress of Pediatrics of the Ecuadorian Pediatric Society. Quito, 12-14 August 2021: Conference communications. Ecuadorian Journal of Pediatrics, 22(2), Article 17:1-7. https://doi.org/10.52011/118
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Comunicaciones de congreso