TAPS Long Term Effects

In the next of our webinar series, we’ll be talking with the team about the short and long-term effects of (TAPS) Twin Anemia Polycythemia Sequence.

Join us on September 28th for the next in our series.
07:00 am PDT, 9:00 am CDT, 10:00 am EDT, 3:00 pm BST 4:00pm CEST 12:00am AEST
(June 30)

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Behind NICU Doors

In this webinar, we’ll cover what needs to happen at birth, including the testing, and the treatment that these babies need. Twin Anemia Polycythemia Sequence requires different tests to diagnose it at birth, to differentiate it from Acute Peripartum TTTS, and treatment priorities are also vastly different.
We will also cover information about what happens in the NICU, and look at some of the issues that face TAPS twins before they come home.

Long Term Effects of TAPS

We’ll be talking with the team who have led the groundbreaking research into Twin Anemia Polycythemia Sequence and made significant discoveries about the long-term effects of TAPS.

Covering topics like “Is TAPS a mild disease?” “What are the long-term effects of spontaneous and post-laser TAPS? Are they different?”, and what parents should be looking for when it comes to TAPS twins’ development, this webinar will help you understand the consequences of this rare disease.

Your Questions Answered.

Do you have a burning question about the long term effects of TAPS, or about what happens in the NICU? This is your chance to ask!

On top of presentations by leading experts, we’ll also have a question and answer session where we’ll answer your questions live. This is your chance to talk to experts and have your questions addressed by them.

Meet Our Expert Panel

Dr. Joanne Verweij
Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialist

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Dr. Femke Slaghekke
Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialist & Fetal Surgeon

Dr. Lisanne Tollenaar
TAPS Researcher

Dr. Jeanine van Klink

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Prof. Dr. Enrico Lopriore
Head of Neonatology, LUMC.

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