Michela Rampon

Dott.ssa

Michela Rampon

Ginecologo

Svolge attività di Specialista:

  • Ambulatorio ginecologico;
  • Ecografia 2D / 3D;
  • Ginecologia e ostetricia.

Formazione ed Esperienza Lavorativa

  • 2006 – Laureata in Medicina e Chirurgia presso la Facoltà di Medicina e Chirurgia dell’Università degli Studi di Padova, il 27/07/2006, con voto 108/110, discutendo la tesi sperimentale dal titolo: “Trattamento ed evoluzione del tumore ovarico borderline accidentalmente diagnosticato dopo l’approccio laparoscopico”.
  • 2007 – Conseguimento dell’esame di Stato per l’abilitazione Professionale di Medico e Chirurgo presso l’Ordine dei Medici e Chirurghi, in data 26/02/2007 presso l’Università degli Studi di Padova con voto 110/110.
  • 2013 – Conseguimento del Diploma di Specializzazione in Ginecologia ed Ostetricia con 70/70 e Lode il 12/07/2013, discutendo la tesi sperimentale “Baby Guard, la tecnologia e l’innovazione accompagnano la donna al parto in sicurezza. Metodologia di utilizzo e follow-up a breve e a lungo termine con un nuovo modo di concepire il parto”, presso l’Università degli Studi di Padova.
  • 2007–2013 – Durante il percorso formativo si è occupata di diagnostica per immagini in ultrasonografia con particolare interesse per la diagnosi prenatale, sotto la supervisione del Prof. E. Cosmi, Responsabile del Centro di Diagnosi Prenatale della Clinica Ostetrica e Ginecologica di Padova. Ha eseguito oltre 1000 ecografie Ostetriche e ginecologiche. Ha eseguito circa 500 ecografie morfologiche di II livello.
    Ha eseguito circa 400 villlocentesi e 600 amniocentesi come primo operatore sotto la supervisione del Prof. E.Cosmi.
    Ha inoltre eseguito in qualità di I, II e III operatore interventi di chirurgia in ambito ostetrico e ginecologico (Si allega documentazione).
    Ha contribuito attivamente all’attività didattico scientifica nell’ambito della Scuola di Ostetricia e Ginecologia con le seguenti comunicazioni orali:
    “Valutazione ecografica del carcinoma endometriale”. Dott.ssa M.Rampon. Prof. D. D’Antona.
    “Managment dell’emorragia postpartum”. Dott.ssa M.Rampon, Prof.D.D’Antona
  • 2014 – Da Marzo 2014 è assunta con contratto a tempo determinato presso l’ULSS 6 di Padova in qualità di ecografista e di ginecologo specialista ambulatoriale con 38 ore settimanali, suddivise presso il Consultorio di Cadoneghe (PD), l’Ospedale di Piove di Sacco (PD) e il Distretto 1 Scrovegni (PD).
  • 2014–2016 – Dal 2014 al 2016 ha prestato servizio presso l’Ospedale Villa Salus di Mestre in qualità di ginecologo ed ecografista in libera professione, nella gestione di monitoraggio delle gravidanze e ecografie ostetriche
    Da Giugno 2015 è assunta a tempo indeterminato presso l’ULSS 6 di Padova in qualità di ecografista e di ginecologo specialista ambulatoriale, presso il Consultorio di Cadoneghe (Pd) e il Distretto 1 Scrovegni (PD), dove svolge attività di particolare interesse in campo di diagnosi prenatale. E monitoraggio di gravidanze a basso rischio e a rischi intermedio. E’ inoltre referente del progetto regionale BRO presso la sede consultoriale.
    Ha inoltre prestato servizio presso l’Ospedale dei Colli in qualità di ecografista

Afferenze a Società Scientifiche

Membro dal 2011 della Società International Society ofUltrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology

Pubblicazioni

  • Synapse-Specific Modulation of Synaptic Responses by Brain States in Hippocampal Pathways

    Manon Rampon, Julien Carponcy, Mégane Missaire, Romain Bouet, Regis Parmentier, Jean-Christophe Comte, Gael Malleret, Paul A Salin

    Synaptic changes play a major role in memory processes. Modulation of synaptic responses by brain states remains, however, poorly understood in hippocampal networks, even in basal conditions. We recorded evoked synaptic responses at five hippocampal pathways in freely moving male rats. We showed that, at the perforant path to dentate gyrus (PP-DG) synapse, responses increase during wakefulness compared with sleep. At the Schaffer collaterals to CA1 (SC-CA1) synapse, responses increase during non-REM sleep (NREM) compared with the other states. During REM sleep (REM), responses decreased at the PP-DG and SC-CA1 synapses compared with NREM, while they increased at the fornix to nucleus accumbens synapse (Fx-NAc) during REM compared with the other states. In contrast, responses at the fornix to medial PFC synapse (Fx-PFC) and at the fornix to amygdala synapse (Fx-Amy) were weakly modulated by vigilance states. Extended sleep periods led to synaptic changes at PP-DG and Fx-Amy synapses but not at the other synapses. Synaptic responses were also linked to local oscillations and were highly correlated between Fx-PFC and Fx-NAc but not between Fx-Amy and these synapses. These results reveal synapse-specific modulations that may contribute to memory consolidation during the sleep-wake cycle.SIGNIFICANCE STATEMENT Surprisingly, the cortical network dynamics remains poorly known at the synaptic level. We tested the hypothesis that brain states would modulate synaptic changes in the same way at different cortical connections. To tackle this issue, we implemented an approach to explore the synaptic behavior of five connections upstream and downstream the rat hippocampus. Our study reveals that synaptic responses are modulated in a highly synapse-specific manner by wakefulness and sleep states as well as by local oscillations at these connections. Moreover, we found rapid synaptic changes during wake and sleep transitions as well as synaptic down and upregulations after extended periods of sleep. These synaptic changes are likely related to the mechanisms of sleep-dependent memory consolidation.

    2022

    PMID: 36631268 PMCID: PMC9962785

  • Middle cerebral artery peak systolic velocity in the diagnosis of fetomaternal hemorrhage

    Erich Cosmi, Michela Rampon, Carlo Saccardi, Vincenzo Zanardo, Pietro Litta

    Objective: To evaluate whether middle cerebral artery (MCA) peak systolic velocity (PSV) can help to diagnose fetal anemia caused by fetomaternal hemorrhage (FMH).

    Methods: Fifteen women with FMH were included in a longitudinal prospective study. Participants were evaluated via cardiotocography and Doppler assessment of MCA-PSV. Fetomaternal hemorrhage was confirmed via Kleihauer-Betke test, and fetal hemoglobin levels were determined soon after birth.

    Results: One woman was affected by twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome; FMH was diagnosed with a high MCA-PSV in the recipient fetus, indicating severe anemia. Nine women were referred because of maternal trauma; MCA-PSV values were greater than 1.5 multiples of the median after a mean time of 22.6 hours and cardiotocography showed a sinusoidal pattern in all cases. Mean time of delivery after MCA-PSV assessment was 48.3 hours because of chronic placental abruption. In the other 5 cases, MCA-PSV was normal, cardiotocography showed a sinusoidal pattern, and delivery occurred in a mean time of 3 hours because of acute placental abruption. Kleihauer-Betke testing confirmed FMH, and hemoglobin levels at birth were used to confirm fetal anemia.

    Conclusion: Assessment of MCA-PSV may help to detect signs of fetal anemia in cases of chronic FMH.

    2012

    PMID: 22356758

  • An inflatable ergonomic 3-chamber fundal pressure belt to assist vaginal delivery

    Luisa Acanfora, Michela Rampon, Marco Filippeschi, Marco Marchi, Massimo Montisci, Guido Viel, Erich Cosmi

    Objective: To evaluate whether Baby-guard-a new medical device with an ergonomic 3-chamber inflatable abdominal belt-can reduce complications associated with vaginal delivery.

    Methods: A randomized controlled single-blind prospective study of 80 pregnant women delivering at term was conducted at San Giuseppe Hospital, Empoli, Italy. In the study group (n=40), the abdominal belt was inflated to optimal therapeutic pressures. In the control group (n=40), the abdominal belt was inflated to minimal, non-therapeutic pressures. Factors relating to maternal, fetal, and labor complications during vaginal delivery were evaluated.

    Results: Compared with the control group, women in the study group experienced a lower incidence of perineal and cervical lacerations (P<0.001); reduced use of the Kristeller maneuver (P<0.001); shorter duration of the second stage of labor (P<0.001); less psychologic and physical fatigue (P<0.001); fewer maternal requests for cesarean delivery during labor (P<0.001); fewer vacuum extractions (P<0.01); and fewer cesarean deliveries (P<0.02). No neonatal intensive care unit admissions were recorded in the study group versus 7 in the control group (P<0.012).

    Conclusion: Use of the ergonomic 3-chamber inflatable abdominal belt system reduced the incidence of risks associated with vaginal labor. Clinical trials.gov identifier: NCT01566331.

    2013

    PMID: 23083494