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Bridging Knowledge Gaps to Understand How ZIKV Exposure and Infection Affect Child Development (Day 1)

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1 Thumbnail image Introduction 0:02:09
2 Thumbnail image Session I - Statement of the problem 0:13:01
3 Thumbnail image Session II - Impact on the Child 1:56:10
4 Thumbnail image Closing Remarks 5:55:14
   
Air date: Thursday, September 22, 2016, 8:30:00 AM
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Description: GOALS

• Develop a clinical and research strategy on how to appropriately assess, evaluate, and monitor the neonate/infant/child affected by ZIKV in utero
• Describe the available complications of in utero ZIKV exposure and infection
• e.g. fetal anomalies such as microcephaly, global cerebellar hypoplasia, global cortical hypogyration, intracranial calcifications, ventriculomegaly, ocular and auditory abnormalities, abnormal motor function and muscle stiffness, abnormal cognitive, and behavioral development
• Use available information from other vertically transmitted pathogens to provide recommendations for assessment, evaluation, and management
• Outline the research needs for treatment and rehabilitation approaches that optimize cognitive and physical function for Zika-affected children
• Evaluate and expand on treatment options currently offered, such as intensive physical therapy and immersion therapies, role of parents and caregivers in treatments, including the evidence base for these therapies and current research gaps

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NLM Title: Bridging knowledge gaps to understand how ZIKV exposure and infection affect child development / NICHD, NIH.
Author: Bridging Knowledge Gaps to Understand how ZIKV Exposure and Infection Affect Child Development (Workshop)
Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (U.S.),
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Abstract: (CIT): GOALS: Develop a clinical and research strategy on how to appropriately assess, evaluate, and monitor the neonate/infant/child affected by ZIKV in utero. Describe the available complications of in utero ZIKV exposure and infection, .e.g. fetal anomalies such as microcephaly, global cerebellar hypoplasia, global cortical hypogyration, intracranial calcifications, ventriculomegaly, ocular and auditory abnormalities, abnormal motor function and muscle stiffness, abnormal cognitive, and behavioral development. Use available information from other vertically transmitted pathogens to provide recommendations for assessment, evaluation, and management. Outline the research needs for treatment and rehabilitation approaches that optimize cognitive and physical function for Zika-affected children. Evaluate and expand on treatment options currently offered, such as intensive physical therapy and immersion therapies, role of parents and caregivers in treatments, including the evidence base for these therapies and current research gaps
Subjects: Child
Infant
Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects
Zika Virus Infection--complications
Zika Virus Infection--therapy
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