Educational Forum

Quality of probiotic products for preterm infants: contamination and missing strains.

Science Institute – Assignment 2-كلية العلوم

Give example for possible adverse event related to laboratory

Science Institute – Assignment 1-كلية العلوم

Differentiate between adverse event and near miss

New Patient safety training workshop 29 September workshop

You are invited to attend the patient safety workshop organized by the SENSTN next Wednesday 29-30  September 2021 It is out 18 patient safety with SENSTN and 52 safety workshop since we started our first workshop during 2014 Who attend : All staff who care for patient safety and changing patient safety culture Postgraduate pediatrics […]

Can we consider [Infant presenting with pulmonary hemorrhage as a sequelae of accidental asphyxiation] as an error

please read the article and evaluate the case : If it incident , what type  ?

Second year medical students /patient safety module

Activity 1 please answer the following : 1- what is difference between adverse event and near miss 2- Harm means: a b

AL-Azhar University share in the second ICU project with multidisplinary team


Aerosolized Calfactant in Infants with RDS: a feasible route of surfactant administration?

High Early Parenteral Lipid in Very Preterm Infants: A Randomized-Controlled Trial Is it still a matter  of controversy

Higher or Lower Hemoglobin Transfusion Thresholds for Preterm Infants   I hope we can discuss this article  value together

New COVID-19 vaccine -Shared decision from AAP making for COVID-19 vaccine in pregnancy/lactation

The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) met on Friday and Saturday (Dec 11th & 12th) to discuss and develop guidance on Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, the first COVID-19 vaccine to attain Emergency Use Authorization (EUA)—issued on Dec 10th. Things continue to move rapidly but here are a few key points about this first offering: ACIP […]

Neural feedback is effective in preterm infants during neurally adjusted ventilatory assist, when using clinically relevant settings

An End in Sight: Shorter Duration of Parenteral Antibiotics in Neonates.

Sustained lung inflation does not decrease bronchopulmonary dysplasia or death among extremely preterm infants: A Commentary on The SAIL randomised clinical trial.
Acta Paediatr. 2019 Aug 23. doi: 10.1111/apa.14949.

Lecture from the third SENSTN conference

This very important contribution was shared by eminent Professor Dr. Nagwa Hamdy from AL-Galaa teaching hospital, we appreciate her contribution