WEDNESDAY . October 4th
Educational Day – What should we know in order to diagnose PID patients.
8:00 | 8:30
- Meeting registration
8:30 | 10:00
- Warning signs for PID in medical specialties (20 min)
Moderators: Myrthes Toledo and Gisela
- PID and gastrointestinal diseases
- PID and pulmonary diseases
- PID and dermatological diseases
- PID and endocrinology diseases
Jose Luis Franco
Aristoteles - Cardona Alvarez
10:00 | 10:30
- COFFEE BREAK
10:30 | 12:00
- New topics in PID patients (20 min)
Moderators: Elie Mansour and Lorena Regairaz
- PID and rheumatic diseases
- Neonatal manifestation of PIDs
- PID: lessons from high consanguinity population
- Multiple faces of PID
Sandro Félix Perazzio
1:30 | 3:00 pm
- How we should look for PID diagnosis? (20min)
Moderators: Paulo Vitor Soeiro and Sara Espinosa
- Flow cytometry for PID diagnosis and evaluation
- Neutropenia: How to investigate
- Newborn screening test
- Whole Exome sequencing: is it necessary?
Edgar Borges de Oliveira Jr.
3:00 | 4:00 pm
- How to treat PID patients (20min)
Moderators: Ellen de Oliveira Dantas and Karina Melo
- When should we initiate immunoglobulin replacement for PID patients?
- Unraveling immunoglobulin replacement
- Who needs prophylactic antibiotics?
5:00 | 5:15 pm
- Welcome and Opening Ceremony
5:15 | 5:30 pm
- 25 years of LASID
5:30 | 5:45 pm
- Jeffrey Modell Foundation and latin america
5:45 | 6:00 pm
- IPOPI and Latin America
6:00 | 6:30 pm
- PID around the world: how similar/dissimilar are phenotypes, genotypes, treatment options and outcome?
6:30 | 7:00 pm
- Life-threatening infectious diseases: monogenic inborn errors of immunity