6th WCRPL-PRELIMINARY PROGRAM

Wednesday, February 01, 2023

17:00 - 20:00

Registration, Poster Viewing and Visit the Exhibition

20:00 - 22:00

Welcome cocktail

Thursday, February 02, 2023

08:00- 10:30

OPENING SESSION | A
  • Prof. Bashiri Asher, Israel: Recurrent Pregnancy Loss, What’s new in the revised ESHRE guidelines for RPL, 2022?
  • Prof. Mala Arora, India: Evolving Etiological trends in RPL over the last century
  • Prof. Henriette Svarre Nielsen, Denmark: Is RPL still a diagnosis in 2030?
  • Prof. Joanne Y.H. Kwak-Kim, U.S.A: vitamin D in RPL-why is it important?
  • Prof. William Bucket, Canada: Should RIF be manage as RPL, the new Canadian guidelines 2022.

10:30- 11:00

Coffee Break

11:00-13:30

NEW FRONTIERS IN RESEARCH SESSION I (PARALLEL) | B 1

  • Dr. Chow Seng, England: Endometrial Dyshomeostasis in recurrent miscarriage
  • Dr. Shinobu Goto, Japan: The decidua in unexplained RPL
  • Dr. Kilian Vomstein, Denmark: Introduction to the microbiome and why that is interesting in RPL
  • Dr. Nalini Kaul (Mahajan), India: Window of Implantation and RPL
  • Dr. Nicolas Plachta, USA-Cell live imaging of early embryo development

11:00-13:30

ENDOSCOPY  SESSION I (PARALLEL) | B2

Chair: Prof. Moty Pansky, Prof. Attilio Di Spiezio Sardo, Prof. Arsen Gvenetadze

  • Prof. Attilio Di Spiezio Sardo, Italy: The role of endoscopy in evaluation and treatment of RPL
  • Prof. Moty Pansky, Israel: Under vision termination of early miscarriage
  • Acquired Uterine Pathologies – Are They Associated with Recurrent Pregnancy Loss

Debate – Prophylactic Metroplasty for Uterine Septum
Moderator: Prof. Attilio Di Spiezio Sardo, Italy
Dr. Ichnandy Arief Rachman, Indonesia: Yes
Dr. Veerapol Khemarangsan, Thailand : No
     a. Prof. Attilio Di Spiezio Sardo, Italy: Dysmorphic uterus
     b. Dr. Veerapol Khemarangsan, Thailand: Chronic endometritis 
     c. Prof. Vasilous Tanos, Cyprus: Cesarean section niche
     d. Prof. Arsen Gvenetadze, Georgia: Polyps and fibroids

13:30-15:00

Lunch Break

15:00- 17:30

IMPORTANT CLINICAL QUESTIONS, SESSION I | C1

  • Prof. Asher Bashiri, Israel: What is the place of surrogacy in RPL: when to refer?
  • Dr. Mirudhubashini Govindarajan, India: Chronic Endometritis
  • Dr. William Bucket, Canada: Are IVF patients at increased risk for RPL?
  • Prof. Baris Ata, Turkey, UAE: Diminished ovarian reserve and RPL.
  • Prof Henriette Svarre Nielsen, Denmark: Presentation of The Copenhagen Pregnancy Loss Study (COPL)

15:00- 17:30

IMPORTANT CLINICAL QUESTIONS, SESSION II | C2

  • Dr. Adrianes Bachnas, Indunesia: Stem-cell therapy to prevent pregnancy loss.
  • Dr. Stamenov Georgi, Bulgaria: Decreased number of p16 positive senescent cells in human endometrium  as a marker for miscarriage
  • Dr. William Bucket, Canada: Are IVF patients at increased risk for RPL?
  • Prof. Lee Shulman, U.S.A – TBD
  • Dr. Hgit Daum, Israel – TBD
  • Prof. Chong Qiao, China – TBD

17:30- 18:00

Coffee Break

18:00- 19:30

ABSTRACT PRESENTATIONS (OPTIONAL PARALLEL SESSION D)

17:30- 18:00

Closed Day 1

Friday, February 03, 2023

08:00- 10:30

ENDOSCOPY  SESSION II (PARALLEL) | E1

Chair: Prof. Vasilious Tanos, Dr. Cela Vito – Dr. Ichandi

  • Prof. Vasilious Tanos, Cyprus: The uterine septum – When and how to correct?
  • Dr. Cela Vito, Italy: Dysmorphic Uterus –”The new kid on the block”- Myth or reality?
  • Dr. Ichnandy Arief Rachman, Indonesia: Recurrent Asherman Syndrome- When is the time to stop treatments?
  • Prof. Moty Pansky, Israel: Intrauterine adhesions – the role of prevention 
  • Expert panel –  Case discussion
    Moderator: Prof. Moty Pansky, Israel
    Experts: Prof. Attilio Di Spiezio Sardo, Italy
                     Prof. Vasilious Tanos, Cyprus 
                     Dr. Ichnandy Arief Rachman, Indonesia 
                     Dr. Veerapol Khemarangsan, Thailand

08:30 - 10:30

 IMAGING IN RPL SESSION (PARALLEL) | E2

  • Dr. Wiku Andonotopo, Indonesia: Mullerian anomalies -embryology, classifications and 3D ultrasound imaging
  • Prof. Arsen Gvenatatze, Georgia: 3D Ultrasound measurements of separated uterus, hysteroscopic septectomy and 3D ultrasound post septectomy in RPL patients: our clinical experience and summary of 60 cases.
  • Haywood L. Brown, U.S.A: Early pregnancy US
  • Prof. Yaron Zalel, Israel: Fetal anomalies in the first trimester
  • Dr. Wiku Andonotopo, Indonesia : Anatomical problems related to pregnancy loss: polyps, myomas, and others.

10:30 - 11:00

Coffee Break

11:00-12:00

INDUSTRY SESSION BY ABBOTT  Q & A | F

12:00-13:30

CASE PRESENTATIONS | G

  • Prof. Asher Bashiri, Israel
  • Prof. Henriette Svarre Nielsen, Denmark
  • Prof. Mala Arora, India
  • Dr. Kilian Vomstein, Denmark
  • Dr. Hiroyuki Yoshihara, Japan
  • Prof. William Bucket, Canada

13:30-15:00

Lunch Break

15:00-17:30

IMPORTANT CLINICAL QUESTIONS SESSION III (PARALLEL) | H1

  • Prof. Bashiri Asher, Israel: Does LMWH improve pregnancy outcome among patients with RPL?
  • Prof. Tan Thiam Chye, Singapore: Progesterone treatment in Threatened Miscarriage. Truth or Myth for the Clinician
  • Prof. Joanne Y.H. Kwak-Kim, U.S.A: Thyroid, thyroid autoimmunity and RPL, when to screen and when to treat?
  • Dr. PC Mahapatra, India-APS and RPL TBD
  • Prof. William Buckett, Canada: A Male Psychological Perspective in RPL. What Do We Know So Far?

15:00-17:30

IMPORTANT CLINICAL QUESTIONS  SESSION IV (PARALLEL) | H2

  • Dr. Sofie Bliddal, Denmark: AMH and RPL
  • Dr. Nayana Patel, India: The role of regenerative medicine in RPL.
  • Dr. Wiku Andonotopo, Indonesia: 3D power Doppler in the evaluation of maternal and placental circulation and the risk for RPL.
  • Dr. Neelanjana Mukhopadhaya, England: Uterine Anomalies in RPL
  • Dr. Adrianes Bachnas, Indonesia: Ultrasound to evaluate recurrent pregnancy loss due to antiphospholipid syndrome

17:30-18:00

Coffee Break

18:00-19:30

ABSTRACT PRESENTATIONS SESSION II | I

18:00-19:30

Closed Day 2

Saturday, February 04, 2023

08:00- 10:30

HYBRID SESSION (PARALLEL) | J1

  • Dr. William Kutte, The role of genetic testing in the treatment of patients with RPL.
  • Prof. Harvey J. Kliman, U.S.A: How and what to look at placenta/product of conception of RPL patients.
  • Dr. Inmaculada Moreno, Spain: Endometrial microbiota composition is associated with reproductive outcome in infertile patients
  • Dr. Carmina Bermejo López, Spain: 3DUS for the diagnosis of Mullerian anomalies. How to do it?
  • Elias M. Dahduch, Canada: Reproductive Outcomes of Embryo and Fetal Mosaicism

08:30 - 10:30

NEW RESEARCH SESSION II (PARALLEL) | J2

  • Dr. Kilen Vomstein, Denmark: The linkage between microbiome and the immune system
  • Dr. Hiroyuki Yoshihara, Japan: ANA significance in RPL
  • Dr. BW, Chow, Seng, England: nK cell deregulation in recurrent miscarriage
  • Dr. Yosuke Matsumoto: Epigenetics mechanism in RPL
  • Dr. Nayna Patel, India: stem cells and PRP therapy?

10:30-11:00

Coffee Break

11:00-13:30

PREGNANCY COMPLICATIONS SESSION I | K1

  • Prof. Mayumi Sugiura-Ogasawara, Japan: Pregnancy outcomes among women with RPL
  • Dr. Girija Wagh, India: Third trimester complications associated with RPL
  • Prof. Tan Thiam Chye, Singapore: Thrombophilia, RPL and thromboembolism in pregnancy
  • Haywood L. Brown, U.S.A: Cervical os incompetence
  • Dr. Cela Vito, Italy: Microbiome and RPL – The practical point of View

11:30 - 14:00

 CASE PRESENTATIONSPARALLEL SESSION | K2

  • Prof. Joanne Y.H. Kwak-Kim, U.S.A.
  • Dr. Shlomi Brak, Israel
  • Dr. Sofie Bliddal, Denmark.
  • Dr. Asaf Zaga, Israel
  • Dr. Adriana Bachnash, Indonesis
  • TBD

13:30 - 15:00

Lunch Break

15:00- 16:30

IMPORTANT CLINICAL QUESTIONS  SESSION V | L
CLOSING  SESSION

  • Prof. Baris Ata, Turkey, UAE: Does IVF for unexplained RPL, improve outcome?
  • Dr. Shlomi Barak, Israel: Should we screen for DFI? Should we treat?
  • Dr. Andrea Vidali, USA:RPL and endometriosis
  • Dr. Scarpelini Fabio, Italy: GM-CSF in RIF, G-CSF in RPL: Why, when and how?
  • Dr. Durga Rao, India-PGT for RPL- state of the art.
  • Prof. Mala Arora, India: Summary and current Evidence for the treatment options available in RPL
  • Prof. Bashiri Asher, Israel: The psychological and emotional aspect of RPL couples.

17:30- 18:00

Closed Congress

Israel Medical Association - CME Credits

The Israel Medical Association’s Scientific Council approved the 6th World Congress on Recurrent Pregnancy Loss as CME ( Continuing Medical Education) 2-4 February 2023. 
Participants can be credited 10 points for each day up to 30 points for the congress. 
Speakers can be credited 5 points for a lecture.

The participants need to present minimum at 80% of the lectures.

PS. 
Please note that  Israel Medical Association credit points may not be valid in your country.