Platform Presentations

We are pleased to inform that the following abstracts have been selected for platform presentations. The presentations would be pre-recorded & streamed on Friday April 9 (Day1) & Saturday April 10 (Day 2) followed by a live Q&A. The presentation should not exceed 6 minutes and the Q&A would be for another 2 minutes. All presenters should arrange to have their presentations pre-recorded before April 5, 2021 12:00AM IST, failing which their presentations would be excluded from the live session (they would still be published & available online). Please schedule your recording by visiting at the earliest.

Dr Mini S
Secretary, Scientific Committee

ID Title Name Designation Institution City Day
45 A double blinded randomized control trial: efficacy and tolerability of melatonin vs triclofos to obtain a good sleep electroencephalograph (eeg). Bina Thakor IAP Pediatric Neurology Fellow Bharti vidhyapeeth hospital,pune Pune DAY I
347 Etiological spectrum of epilepsy in age group 3months to 2years children , a cross-sectional observational study Prasad Bijaspur Fellow in Pediatric Neurology And Senior Resident Dr D.Y. patil medical college hospital and research center PIMPRI PUNE Pune DAY I
384 Demystifying the spectrum of myelin oligodendrocyte glycoprotein (MOG) associated demyelination syndrome: a single tertiary care centre experience from southern india Shridhar Joshi Senior PG Registrar Christian medical college,Vellore Vellore DAY I
386 Utility of general movement assessment (GMA) in predicting the neurodevelopmental outcomes of term and late preterm infants exposed to severe hyperbilirubinemia in the neonatal period Chandana Bhagwat Senior Resident PGIMER Chandigarh DAY I
407 Clinical and genomic profiling of disorders with cns white matter abnormalities in 115 indian families Parneet Kaur PhD Student Kasturba Medical College, Manipal, Manipal Academy of Higher Education Central research lab KMC DAY I
423 Predicting seizure recurrence risk in pediatric epilepsy patients who are seizure free and stopped anti-epileptic drugs. Brahmini Korrai DNB Pediatrics P.D Hinduja National Hospital Mumbai DAY I
444 Effects of counselling regarding sudep in parents of children with epilepsy Sneha Kumari Postgraduate Student Paediatrics 2nd Year Lady Hardinge Medical College DAY I
451 Neuroregression in children – clinical spectrum and genetic profile in children attending neurology outpatient Ayesha Mariam Senior Registrar Apollo Childrens hospital Chennai DAY I
465 Clinical profile of juvenile myasthenia gravis – a tertiary care centre experience Vaibhav Tandon Post Doctoral Fellow Neuromuscular Disorders SCTIMST Trivandrum DAY I
515 Sleep disorders and quality of life in cerebral palsy Pramod Samota Senior Resident University College of Medical Sciences Delhi DAY I
426 Spectrum of movement disorders among children with subacute sclerosing panencephalitis (SSPE): a cross-sectional study Vanshika Kakkar Paediatric Post Graduate Kalawati Saran Children Hospital, Lady Hardinge Medical College Delhi DAY1
211 Efficacy and safety of levetiracetam versus phenytoin as second line antiepileptic agent in pediatric convulsive status epilepticus: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. Renu Suthar Associate Professor PGIMER Chandigarh DAY2
225 Neurological complications in children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL): a descriptive study Himanshu Pansuriya Consultant Pediatric Neurologist Surat DAY2
305 Significant treatment gap identified in a three staged epidemiological survey of pediatric epilepsy conducted in rural suburbs of india Kavita Srivastava Professor, Incharge- Pediatric Neurology Unit Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed to be University Medical College, Pune Pune DAY2
325 Evaluation of health related quality of life in children with epilepsy using quality of life in childhood epilepsy questionnaire (qolce - 55) in a tertiary care hospital Manasa Thangella Resident Saveetha Medical College and Hospital Thiruvallur DAY2
392 Utility of the end-it score to predict the outcome of childhood status epilepticus: a retrospective cohort study Dipti Kapoor Associate Professor Of Pediatrics Lady Hardinge Medical College DAY2
405 Role of IL-4 and IL-6 in children with febrile seizures Kapil Bhalla Associate Professor PGIMS ROHTAK Rohtak DAY2
410 Autism spectrum disorders: barriers experienced by caregivers in implementing home intervention programs Dhiya Susan Jose Occupational Therapist Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences and Technology Trivandrum DAY2
424 The role of epilepsy surgery (ES) for refractory status epilepticus Sujit Jagtap Consultant Neurologist And Epileptologist Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital and Research Centre, Pune, INDIA Pune DAY2
450 Neurodevelopmental outcomes of preterm infants at preschool age- 8 years’ experience from a level iiib unit Femitha Pournami Consultant Kerala Institute of Medical Sciences KIMS Trivandrum DAY2
550 Clinico-demographic profile of children with spinal muscular atrophy -center experience Smilu Mohanlal Consultant Aster Malabar institute of medical sciences Kozhikode DAY2