Most health practitioners when they are confronted with children who have varying degrees of birth asphyxia or any condition leading to neonatal or infantile brain hypoxia or ischemia usually don’t know what to do as each child present with different degrees of damage which make the management onerous. Prof Dutton explains what each part of the brain does and how each part of the brain responds to injury clearly in an easy to understand way so that we can help these children much more easily.
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Lecturer: Prof. Gordon Dutton
Paediatric Ophthalmologist and Emeritus Professor of Visual Science at Glasgow Caledonian University, Scotland
Panelist: Adedayo Adio FWACS, FMCOPHth, FCIA, FLVP, FICO
Consultant Pediatric Ophthalmologist
University of Port Harcourt Teaching Hospital, Nigeria
Director, TLEC Rehabilitation Center for the Blind and Severely Visually Impaired
Chairperson, Nigerian Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus Society (NIPOSS)