International Conference on Paradigm Changes in the Management of Early Pregnancy and Pregnancy Loss (PCMEP)

The International Conference on Paradigm Changes in the Management of Early Pregnancy and Pregnancy Loss (PCMEP) covers topics such as:

  • Pregnancy Loss: Sporadic and Recurrent
    • Structural Uterine anomalies
    • Antiphospholipid Syndrome
  • Basic Mechanisms in Early Pregnancy Development
    • Immunology of early pregnancy
    • Genetics in early pregnancy development
    • Physiology of hCG
    • Autoimmunity and pregnancy loss
    • Thyroid gland in pregnancy
    • Physiology of progesterone
  • The Developing Pregnancy
    • Threatened miscarriage
    • Ultrasound in early pregnancy
    • Molar pregnancies
    • Hyperemesis Gravidarum
    • Expanded carrier screening
    • Choriocarcinoma
    • Polycystic ovary syndrome
    • Fetal origins of adult disease
  • Recurrent Pregnancy Loss
    • Investigation protocol
    • Aetilogy
    • Immunotherapy
    • Role of progestogens
    • Pregestational screening
  • Regulation
    • What should public health services provide
    • Right to abortion
    • The use of experimental techniques
  • Management
    • Surrogacy and its associated problems
    • The role of anticoagulants and aspirin
    • Ectopic pregnancy
    • Third party reproduction
    • Alternative medicine
    • Psychological support
    • Lifestyle factors

The International Conference on Paradigm Changes in the Management of Early Pregnancy and Pregnancy Loss (PCMEP) brings together:

  • Family physicians
  • Gynecologists working in early pregnancy
  • Physicians working in reproductive medicine, and those involved with fetal-maternal care
  • Geneticists
  • Nurses, Social workers & others working with early pregnancy, and in early pregnancy units which are especially popular in the U.K

Important

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