ACADEMICS

Explore various training and educational resources available in neonatal hemodynamics.

Fellowship Opportunities

Toronto, Canada

Information about Toronto’s TNE training program can be found here

For question regarding the fellowship positions or to discuss your suitability, please contact

Dr. Dany Weisz (dany.weisz@sunnybrook.ca) or
Dr. Amish Jain (amish.jain@sinaihealthsystem.ca)

Vancouver, Canada

Information about Vancouver’s TNE training program can be found here

For further information, trainees who are interested in our training program can contact

Dr. Michael Castaldo (michael.castaldo@cw.bc.ca) or
Dr.Joseph Ting (jting2@cw.bc.ca)

Boston, USA

For training opportunities and discussing eligibility, please contact

Dr. Philip Levy at (Philip.Levy@childrens.harvard.edu)

Dublin, Ireland

Information about Dublin’s TNE training program can be found here

For training opportunities and discussing eligibility, please contact

Dr. Afif EL-Khuffash at (akhuffash@rotunda.ie)

Iowa City, USA

Information about Iowa City’s TNE training
program can be found here

For further information, trainees who are interested in our training program can contact

Dr. Regan Giesinger (regan-giesinger@uiowa.edu)

Elective Opportunities

Please contact the individual site TNE fellowship coordinators to discuss elective rotations.


Recent and upcoming Courses and Workshops

4th Echocardiography Course on Congenital Heart Disease
(Toronto, Canada)
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Neonatal Echocardiography
Symposium
(Dublin, Ireland)
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2nd Annual Clinical
Cardiopulmonary Physiology
(Toronto, Canada)
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Clinical Practice Guidelines

Below are the guidelines developed by various hemodynamic experts for their individual sites.
They are shared purely for education purposes.
1 Normative values for targeted neonatal echocardiography - The Rotunda Hospital
2 Management of neonatal hypotension - Mount Sinai Hospital
3 Acute unexpected cardio-respiratory deterioration guideline - Mount Sinai Hospital
4 Screening and management of preterm infants with chronic pulmonary hypertension - Mount Sinai Hospital
5 PDA screening and management guideline for ELBW infants - Iowa City
6 NPE/TNE teaching manual - The Rotunda Hospital

Reading Material

Suggested by The Steering Commitee
BOOKS
Rudolph, A. M. (2009) Congenital
Diseases of the Heart:
Clinical Physiological Considerations (3rd ed)
Wiley-Blackwell.
Klabunde, R. E. (2012)
Cardiovascular Physilogy Concepts (2nd ed)
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
ARTICLES
Hemodynamic instability in the
critically ill neonate:
An approach to cardiovascular support based
on disease pathophysiology
Semin Perinatol. (2016) 40:174–88. doi:10.1053/
j.semperi.2015.12.005.

Giesinger RE, McNamara PJ.
Hemodynamic Assessment and
Monitoring of Premature Infants
Clin Perinatol. (2017) Jun;44(2):377-393


EL Khuffash AF, McNamara, PJ.
Controversies in the identification
and management of acute
pulmonary hypertension in
preterm neonates
Pediatr Res. (2017);82:901-14.

Giesinger RE, More K, Odame J, Jain A, Jankov RP,
McNamara PJ.
Evaluation and Management of
Pulmonary Hypertension in Children
with Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia
J Pediatr. (2017); 188:24-34

Krishnan U, Feinstein JA, Adatia I, Austin ED, Mullen MP,
Hopper RK, et al.
Persistent pulmonary hypertension
of the newborn
Advances in diagnosis and treatment.
In Seminars in Fetal and Neonatal Medicine
(Vol. 20, No. 4, pp. 262-271). WB Saunders.

Jain, A., & McNamara, P. J. (2015, August).
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