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Pediatrics Neonatal Care 2018

About the Conference

PEDIATRICS NEONATAL CARE 2018

Pediatrics Neonatal Care 2018 welcomes you to attend the 22nd World Congress on Pediatrics, Neonatology & Primary Care to be held November 12-13, 2018 at Dubai, UAE.

The theme of the 2018 Conference ‘Advancements in Pediatrics, Neonatal and Child Care’ will underpin the need for collaboration and cooperation of individuals from a wide range of professional backgrounds. It will refresh your knowledge base and explore the innovations.

Pediatrics Neonatal Care 2018 conference will focus on the latest and exciting innovations in all the areas of Pediatrics research, Neonatology and Primary Care. This conference welcomes all the eminent researchers, students and delegates to take part to discuss and contribute future innovations in field of Pediatrics research, Neonatology and Primary Care. The two days conference includes sessions that include symposiums, workshops, special keynote sessions conducted by renowned speakers excelling in the field of Pediatrics Nutrition and Metabolism ,General Pediatrics, Neonatal Nutrition and Maternal Factors , Pediatric Nursing ,Neonatal and Pediatric Cardiology, Neonatal Drugs, Neonatal Intensive Care and Nursing, Neonatal diseases, Pediatric Cancer and oncology, Vaccines and Immunity for new borns, Pediatric Self-harm and Psychiatry , Common metabolic problems in the new-born ,Pediatric Neurology, Neonatal Haematology and Nephrology , Pediatric Gastroenterology , Pediatric Orthopaedics , Infant Growth and development ,  Neonatal weight gain and nutrition ,Perinatal brain Injury. It is an opportune time to renew contacts and discuss problems of mutual interest with delegates from different regions of the countries.

Benefits of attending:

Learning In a New Space

Meet Experts & Influencers

Invest In Yourself

Lectures by active practitioners

Novel techniques to benefit your research

Keynote forums by Prominent Professors, Doctors and Physicians

Learning about facts and statistics to better understand the market and industry

Networking with new people within your field

Poster presentations by Young Researchers

 

Scientific Sessions

Highlights of latest advances in Pediatrics Neonatal Care 2018

Track 1: General Pediatrics

General pediatrics deals with babies, children and adolescents health care including physical, behavior and mental health issues.Having medical knowledge and an understanding of how treatments affect different developmental growth stage is important because as children mature both cognitively and physically planning a unified approach to pediatric safety and quality is necessary for the childhood development. Pediatrics generally focuses on congenital defects, genetic variance, and developmental issues.

· Pediatric Nutrition

· Pediatric Ophthalmology

· Pediatric Dermatology

· Gastrointestinal disorders in children

· Pediatric Psychology

· Pediatrics Vaccines

Track 2: Maternal-Fetal and Neonatal Medicine

The perinatal period is thought to be the highest risk for human death (foetal or neonatal death).Maternal-Fetal and Neonatal Medicine covers a considerably wide range of issues such as complicated pregnancy, obstetric complications, foetal diagnosis, treatment, maternal emergencies and surgical complications of pregnancy and their effects on the mother, foetus, and neonate. In particular, the complicated pregnancy has a connection with drug use. Maternal and foetal medicine goal is to benefit mothers and their babies with the critical support to deliver a healthy baby through advancing research in clinical care and discovery.

. Neonatal Resuscitation

. High-risk pregnancies

. Amniocentesis

. Blood clotting disorders

. Pregnancy hypertension (high blood pressure)

. Multiple births (twins, triplets, etc.)

 

Track 3: Neonatal Nutrition and Maternal Factors

Improving maternal nutrition is important as it enhances healthy outcomes for both babies and mothers. Adequate nutrition is integral in improving maternal, neonatal, child health, survival and child development. Prenatal care and provision of free supplements will largely improve maternal nutrition and it leads to reduce the high burden of maternal and child undernutrition and mortality. Furthermore, maternal nutrition is necessary to know about different facets of behavior changes and is likely needed to achieve desired health outcomes. Particularly improving knowledge, self-efficacy, and perceptions of social norms thereby reducing the high burden of malnutrition and saving the lives of mothers and children.

· Childhood Nutrition

· Attention Deficit Disorder

· Behavior management

· Motor development

· Peer pressure

· Dietary Deficiencies (Macro and Micronutrients)

· Diet-related noncommunicable diseases

· Maternal anemia

· Perinatal stroke

 

Track 4: Neonatal diseases

Many factors are responsible for the development of neonatal diseases like household air pollution, environmental factors and high maternal body-mass index which leads to neonatal mortality. Maternal Smoking and being overweight during pregnancy are associated with risk of infection. Neonates, especially preterm infants are relatively immune compromised because of the immaturity of the immune system and highly developed antibodies which leads to increased susceptibility to serious bacterial, fungal and viral infections.

· Blood cell disorders

· Neural tube defects

· Congenital heart defect

· Fragile X syndrome

· Down syndrome

· Cystic fibrosis

 

Track 5: Drugs, Vaccines, and immunity for New Borns

Vaccines are an important way to protect baby from life-threatening diseases because their  immune system is not fully developed at birth, which puts newborns at greater risk for infections.Vaccines are the safest and most effective preventive measures to protect infants from diseases which makes the child immunized. This boosts the immune system to develop weapons called antibodies. Knowledge about the safe and effective drug therapy in neonates has increased substantially.Several research and analytical techniques have been developed .Determining the right dose for drugs doses have significant differences in physiology affecting drug absorption, distribution, metabolism because it is largely affected by the maturation process of organ system in neonates. Overdosing can result in adverse effects. Safe and effective administration of medicines is necessary in neonates.

· Neonatal drug therapy

· Drugs in Neonatal Resuscitation

· Challenges with the neonatal drug study design

· Drug Metabolism and Elimination

· Pediatric drug research

· MMR (measles, mumps, and rubella )

· DTaP( diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis)

· Meningococcal vaccines

 

Track 6: Neonatal Intensive Care and Nursing

Pediatric nurses work in a variety of settings such as medical offices, doctor's offices, clinics, hospitals, surgical centers and other healthcare settings. They are able to diagnose illnesses and prescribe medication. Their skills bring particular comfort to children being treated in acute care departments such as the neonatal unit, pediatric critical care unit.  They may take care of children with serious or chronic conditions. Many nurses work within the community, supporting families that are caring for sick children at home.Babies who are born preterm also have low birth weights. Recent progress in neonatal care has significantly improved the prognosis and chances of survival of critically ill or extremely preterm neonates and have modified the limits of viability.

· Human coronavirus infection

· Gonorrhea infection of the newborn

· Respiratory distress syndrome

· Measles

· Meconium aspiration syndrome

· Metapneumovirus (hMPV) infection

· Necrotizing enterocolitis

· Para Influenza (PIV) infection

 

Track 7: Pediatric Gastroenterology

A pediatric gastroenterologist is an expertise to treat child specifically in the care of infants, neonates, and teens.Gastroenterologists deals with diagnosis and treatment of conditions that affect the oesophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine (colon), and biliary system. A gastroenterologist manages diseases of the digestive system, nutritional problems from the Esophagus to the anus and it include Gallbladder diseases.

· Constipation and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)

· Eosinophilia esophagitis

· Inflammatory bowel disease

· Functional gastrointestinal disorder

· Short bowel syndrome

· Chronic functional abdominal pain

 

Track 8: Pediatric Neurology

Pediatric Neurology also called Child Neurology deals disorders of Central Nervous System, peripheral nerve and muscle affecting infants, children and adolescents. Problems are seizures, delayed speech, weakness or headaches. Child neurologists have the special expertise in diagnosing and treating disorders of the nervous system (CNS, PNS) with an understanding of medical disorders in childhood and the special needs of the child.

· Neonatal Neurology

· Hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)

· Craniofacial anomalies

· Medically refractory epilepsy

 

Track 9: Pediatric Orthopaedics

Children response to injuries, infections, and deformities may be quite different than what would be seen in a full-grown person. Some of the problems children have with their bones and joints that are due to growth do not even occur in adults and the evaluation and treatment of a child are usually quite different than for an adult even for the same problem. Pediatric medical-surgical orthopaedic surgeons diagnose, treat and manage children's musculoskeletal problems involving the growing bones, joints or muscles in children from newborns to teenagers.

· Joint infections and tumors

· Limb and spine deformities

· Spondylolysis

· Chronic Childhood Arthritis

· Cerebral palsy

· Osteomyelitis

· Physical Trauma

 

Track 10: Neonatal Haematology and Nephrology

The renal system plays a tremendous role in growth and development of infants and children. The kidney itself also undergoes a maturation process as it transitions from the fetal to the extrauterine environment. Renal functions undergo continuous adaptive changes in the neonatal period. Preterm neonates are especially vulnerable due to immature of kidneys. Birth rapidly changes the demands placed on the kidneys with respect to infant homeostasis. The confounding effects of treatment on the development of renal function in very low birth weight infants are also becoming more apparent.

· Neonatal renal physiology

· Neonatal Endocrinology

· Placental Blood Loss

· Kidney Development after Birth

· Renal Physiology & Function

 

Track 11: Neonatal and Pediatric Cardiology

Pediatric cardiologists specialize in treating congenital or acquired heart conditions in children and infants. Evaluation and treatment may begin with the fetus since heart problems can even be detected before birth. Cardiac catheterization is done in order to diagnose or treat the child's heart problem. Patients often present with complex diagnostic and medical problems seek the assessment of the pediatric cardiologist. They treat children’s illnesses using the least invasive methods as possible. Basic responsibilities for a doctor of pediatric cardiology include conducting physical exams, echocardiography, and electrocardiograms on children. They work with other doctors and nurses in diagnosing heart and blood vessel irregularities and plan the proper course of treatment. Pediatric Cardiology is often the cornerstone of large academic medical Centers and there are many divisions of high volume and high intensity.

· Congestive Heart Failure

· Intensive Cardiac Care

· Heart Failure and Transplantation

· Fetal Cardiology

· Cardiac Catheterization and Intervention

· Preventive Cardiology

· Pulmonary Hypertension

· Anticoagulation

 

Track 12: Pediatric Cancer and Oncology

Pediatric cancer is cancer in a child.  Child cancer is due to gene defects (called mutations) inherited from a parent. Survival rate for children's cancer has increased but for many more rare childhood cancers, the survival rate is much less, the mortality rate was slightly more. A few environmental factors, such as radiation exposure is also responsible for some types of childhood cancers.

· Leukemia

· Retinoblastoma

· Bone Cancer

· Neuroblastoma

· Lymphoma

 

Track 13: Pediatric Self-harm and Psychiatry

Injuries whether unintentional, self-inflicted injury or perpetuated by others are a leading cause of mortality, morbidity and healthcare costs to children and adolescents. Recent studies indicate that youth are more likely to experience an unnatural death than expected rates in their age group due to many demographic and psychiatric characteristics. Self-harm behaviour is increasing.

· Treating Self-Harm in Children and Adolescents

· Deliberate self-harm (DSH) prevalence and etiology

· Non suicidal self-injury (NSSI)

· Self-soothing strategies

· Extreme Parenting styles and self-harm

 

Track 14: Perinatal brain Injury

Perinatal brain damage in newborn usually occurs by acute reduction of the umbilical circulation. The areas most heavily affected are the parasagittal region of the cerebral cortex and the basal ganglia Minor damage may have no noticeable effects, but severe damage can have wide range symptoms. Depending on the nature of the damage the effects may range from negligible to life-threatening.

· Perinatal hypoxia

· Maternal anemia

· Asphyxiation

· Perinatal stroke

· Physical Trauma

 

Track 15: Infant Growth and development

Infant development begins at birth. The child's nutrient needs correspond with these changes in growth rates. Nutrition is important before and during pregnancy and is most influential non-genetic factors in fetal developmentThe child will grow at a steady pace; final growth spurt begins at the start of puberty. Growth Refers to an increase in some quantity over time. The quantity can be a gradual development in maturity, age, size, weight or height. Whereas Child development relates to the biological, psychological and emotional changes that occur in between birth and the end of adolescence. Growth and development have a very complex interaction.

· Childhood Nutrition

· Attention Deficit Disorder

· Behavior management

· Motor development

· Peer pressure

· Dietary Deficiencies (Macro and Micronutrients)

· Diet-related noncommunicable diseases

· Maternal anemia

· Perinatal stroke

 

Track 16: Common metabolic problems in the new-born

Disorders associated with metabolic syndrome have symptoms like diabetes including increased thirst and urination, fatigue and blurred vision. There are hundreds of different genetic metabolic disorders caused by the defective gene that results in an enzyme deficiency and their symptoms treatments and prognoses vary widely. When a baby has a metabolic disorder the body can’t break down the food correctly which can cause the body to have an improper balance of amino acids, phenylalanine, blood sugar etc.

· Galactosemia

· Traumatic brain injury

· Myelin disorders

· Maple-syrup urine disease

· Medium-chain acyl-CoA dehydrogenase (MCAD) deficiency

· Phenylketonuria (PKU)

 

Track 17: Pediatrics Nutrition and Metabolism

Nutrition is the intake of food according to the body’s dietary needs. Good nutrition means getting the right amount of nutrients in the right combinations. Having nutrition knowledge will help you to achieve good health over your lifetime. Poor nutrition can lead to increased susceptibility to disease. Nutrition & Metabolism extends to a wide range of applications including nutritional needs, clinical and population studies as well as the underlying mechanisms.

· Malnutrition

· Nutritional metabolomics

· Gene-nutrient interactions

· Molecular, cellular and human metabolism

· Exercise physiology

· Priorities for nutrition content

· Nutritional care and disease

· Vascular anomalies of the brain and spinal cord

Track 18: Neonatal Lupus

Neonatal lupus is rare autoimmune disorder disease that is present at birth (congenital) which can be a severe and life-threatening disease. Neonatal lupus occurs when the maternal autoantibodies of Ro/La family are passed to her child in utero. These autoantibodies can cause a decrease in red blood cells (anemia), white blood cells, platelets and a characteristic red rash or skin eruption, fever, congenital heart block.In addition, infants with neonatal lupus may develop liver disease, a heart condition known as congenital heart, fatigue, loss of appetite and weight loss.

. Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE)

. Neonatal Lupus Erythematosus

. Congenital Lupus

. Drug-induced Lupus Erythematosus

. Nutrient profile models

TOP HOSPITALS IN USA

1. Children's National Medical Center

2. Boston Children's Hospital  

3. Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

4. Johns Hopkins Children's Center  

5. Rady Children's Hospital

6. Children's Hospital Los Angeles

7. Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital  

8. Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC

9. Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt  

10. UCSF Benioff Children's Hospitals, San Francisco and Oakland

11. Texas Children's Hospital

12. Nicklaus Child  

13. Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

14. Seattle Children's Hospital

15. Children's Healthcare of Atlanta

16. University of California Davis Children's Hospital  

17.  Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital-Prentice Women's Hospital

18. St. Louis Children's Hospital-Washington University

19. Cohen Children's Medical Center

20. University of Iowa Stead Family Children's Hospital

21. Nationwide Children's Hospital  

22. University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children's Hospital

23. Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford

24. Children's Mercy Kansas City  

25. Children's Hospital Colorado  

26. New York-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley-Komansky Children's Hospital

27. University of Rochester-Golisano Children's Hospital  

28. Duke Children's Hospital and Health Center  

29. Yale-New Haven Children's Hospital

30. University of Virginia Children's Hospital

31. Children's Hospital of Wisconsin  

32. Le Bonheur Children's Hospital

33. University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospital

34. CHOC Children's Hospital  

35. Akron Children's Hospital  

36. Doernbecher Children's Hospital at Oregon Health and Science University  

37. Mayo Clinic Children's Center

38. Arkansas Children's Hospital

39. Primary Children's Hospital

40. Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital  

41. Nemours Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children  

42. Children's Medical Center Dallas-Parkland Memorial Hospital  

43. UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital  

44. Inova Children's Hospital

45. Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health  

46. Penn State Children's Hospital  

47. North Carolina Children's Hospital at UNC  

48. UF Health Shands Children's Hospital  

49. OSF HealthCare Children's Hospital of Illinois  

50. Children's Hospital at Montefiore  

51. Advocate Children's Hospital-Oak Lawn

52. Advocate Children's Hospital-Park Ridge

53. American Family Children's Hospital  

54. Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children  

55. Brenner Children's Hospital  

56. Bristol-Myers Squibb Children's Hospital at RWJ Univ. Hosp  

57. Children's Hospital and Medical Center  

58. Children's Hospital at St. Peter's University Hospital  

59. Children's Hospital of Alabama at UAB

60. Children's Hospital of Michigan  

61. Children's Hospital of Richmond at VCU  

62. Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota

63. Children's Memorial Hermann Hospital  

64. Connecticut Children's Medical Center  

65. Cook Children's Medical Center

66. Dayton Children's Hospital

67. Dell Children's Medical Center of Central Texas

68. Florida Hospital for Children

69. Goryeb Children's Hospital  

70. Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital at Memorial  

71. Holtz Children's Hospital at UM-Jackson Memorial Medical Center

72. Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital

73. Joseph M. Sanzari Children's Hospital at Hackensack University Medical Center

74. Kentucky Children's Hospital

75. Levine Children's Hospital

76. Loma Linda University Children's Hospital

77. Maria Fareri Children's Hospital at Westchester Medical Center  

78. MassGeneral Hospital for Children  

79. Mount Sinai Kravis Children's Hospital  

80. MUSC Health-Children's Hospital  

81. Nemours Children's Hospital

82. Norton Children's Hospital

83. NYU Winthrop Hospital Children's Medical Center

84. Ochsner Hospital for Children  

85. Phoenix Children's Hospital

86. Rush University Children's Hospital

87. Spectrum Health Helen DeVos Children's Hospital

88. SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital

89. St. Louis University

90. St. Christopher's Hospital for Children  

91. St. Joseph's Children's Hospital  

92. T.C. Thompson Children's Hospital at Erlanger

93. University of Chicago Comer Children's Hospital

94. University of Maryland Children's Hospital

95. Valley Children's Healthcare and Hospital

96. West Virginia University Children's Hospital

97. Wolfson Children's Hospital

98. Women and Children's Hospital of Buffalo

99. Texas Children's Hospital

TOP HOSPITALS IN MIDDLE EAST

1. Hatta Hospital 

2. Dubai Hospital

3. Rashid Hospital

4. Latifah Hospital (Al Wasl Hospital) 

5. Al Baraha Hospital (Kuwaiti Hospital) 

6. Iranian Hospital

7. Jebel Ali Hospital 

8. Cedars Jebel Ali International Hospital

9. American Hospital Dubai

10. Canadian Specialist Hospital 

11. Emirates International Hospital

12. Neuro Spinal Hospital

13. Belhoul European Hospital

14. Belhoul Speciality Hospital

15. Medcare Hospital Jumeirah 

16. Aster Hospital

17. Dr. Sulaiman Al-Habib Medical Group (HMG) 

18. MediLux Healthcare Ltd (MHL) 

19. Zulekha Hospital

20. Magrabi Eye and Ear Centre

21. Gulf Speciality Hospital

22. NMC Speciality Hospital 

23. New Medical Centre

24. International Modern Hospital 

25. Lifeline Healthcare 

26. Welcare Hospital Garhoud 

27. The City Hospital

28. Sheikh Khalifa Medical City General Hospital

29. Al Mafraq Hospital 

30.Tawam Hospital

31. Al Ain Hospital

32. Remah Medical Centre

33. Al Silah Hospital

34. Corniche Hospital 

35. Al Rahba Hospital

36. Madinat Zayed Hospital

37. Lifeline Hospital

38. Al Salamah Hospital

39. Ahalia Hospital

40. Al Noor Hospital NMC Specialty Hospital 

41. Burjeel Hospital

42. Middle East Specialized Medical Care Centre 

43. Emirates Hospital

44. Oasis Hospital

45. Hospital Franco-Emirien (Emirates French Hospital) 

46. Al Reef International Hospital

47. Dar Al Shifaa Hospital

48. General Medical Centre Hospital 

49. American European Medical Centre

50. Al Qassimi Hospital

51. Al - Zahra Private Hospital 

52. Central Private Hospital 

53. The Royal Hospital

54. Zuleka Hospital

55. GMC Hospital Sharjah

56. University Hospital (Sharjah Teaching Hospital) 

57. Al Zahrawi Hospital

58. RAK Hospital 

59. Umm al Quwain Hospital

60. Sheikh Khelifa Bin Zayed Hospital 

61. GMC Hospital Ajman

62. Ibin Sina Hospital 

63. Al Fujairah Hospital 

64. Al Fujairah Maternity Hospital 

65. GMC Hospital Fujairah

66. Dibba Hospital 

67. Al Sharq Hospital

TOP HOSPITALS IN EUROPE

1. Sant Joan de Déu-Barcelona Children’s Hospital 

2. Grupo Hospitalario Quirón 

3. Vithas Xanit International Hospital

4. HM Hospitales 

5. Centro Médico Teknon

6. Anadolu Medical Center

7. Hospital Ruber Internacional 

8. Heidelberg University Hospital 

9. MITERA General, Maternity-Gynecology & Children’s Hospital

10. Medipol Mega University Hospital

11. Hospital Universitario HM Sanchinarro 

12. Hospital Universitario HM Montepríncipe 

13. Hospital Clínic Costa Brava

14. Sanitas Hospitals 

15.Heidelberg University Hospital

16. Quirón Madrid University Hospital

17. Nisa Pardo de Aravaca Hospital

18. Kadikoy Florence Nightingale Hospital

19. Hospital Quirón Torrevieja 

20. Hospital Quirón Valencia Liv Hospital 

21. Florence Nightingale Istanbul Hospital

22. Hospital General de Catalunya 

23. Gayrettepe Florence Nightingale Hospital 

24. Istanbul Memorial Hospital

 

 

Market Analysis Report

Marketing is used for creating, researching, communicating and exchanging your products or services. This conference focuses on the various domains related to Pediatrics, Neonatology & Primary Care. Good Nutrition helps us in minimizing risks related to most of the diseases and their associated risk factors. Pediatrics deal with the young people at their stage of maturation where all the changes in the growth occur. The economic growth rate of health care and other human services system is profoundly increasing.This conference provides a platform for Large-scale development of interventions and approaches which are most effective in improving child health, welfare, and development. We need to expand our efforts to develop Pediatrics research which helps the next generation.

Importance & Scope

Neonatal mortality and morbidity are rising high due to many factors. Primary health care is increasing considerably high in every country. It is because it focuses work on improving the well-being of people who are seeking medical aid. Neonatal, Pediatric Care 2018 focus on aspects of neonatal advance research to new findings and progress in all areas of pediatrics and in related fields providing concerns related to workforce, education, safety and scope of practice.  
Developments related to the number of initiatives reflecting a concern with Pediatrics in the care of children have increased. With our knowledge of the long-term risks associated with Pediatrics, particular attention is to be paid. It also emphasizes the challenges specific to children and how these may affect the choice of Pediatrics and Neonatology. It Assesses the safety and effectiveness of all pediatric subpopulations. Neonatal 2018 primarily focuses on the Current trends in Neonatology & Pediatrics Research. Neonatology is vital in ensuring the health of the baby, as newborn are susceptible to even relatively minor pathogens and need constant care. Complications in births and Pediatrics are the key concerns addressed by Neonatal, Pediatric Care 2018.

Why Dubai, UAE? 

Dubai is the world’s major business centre .The demand for the major events in Dubai has greatly expanded. It always rises as a pioneer in the cosmopolitan center. The UAE's has the world’s largest trading partners. Dubai is the financial crossroad for the growing trade and home to domestic powerhouses.

Market Growth of Pediatrics & Neonatology 

The international foetal and neonatal care system market is anticipated to attain a price of USD 100 billion by 2019.
The boom of the market can be attributed to elements which incorporate a growing start price in developing countries coupled with developing prevalence of preemies. The significance of neonatology is illustrated by the fact that around 40% of standard little one deaths internationally manifest within the neonatal level.
 

Global Market for Pediatrics

 

 

The report analyzes market trends and identifies key therapeutic and geographical challenges and rising opportunities in the developed and developing the world. It includes reviews of market revenues from 2010 and forecasts market revenues through 2019.

 

 

As you could see there is a huge population who belongs to Pediatric & Neonate category. There is a changing environment in terms of new legislation and implementation of global pediatric plans. A number of births all over the world are growing every day. Especially in developing countries. Neonates are more vulnerable to diseases. They need an unique care, unique attention aside from the strategies of Adults. So right here is the utility of pediatrics. Moreover, worldwide children represent a predominant percentage of the population.

Vitamin Supplementation for Infants and Children :

 

 
 
Related Conferences: 
Pediatrics Conferences | Healthcare Management Events | Nursing Meetings | Neonatology Conference | Neonatology Nutrition Congress
1. 28th World Neonatal, Pediatric and Family Medicine Conference September 27-29, 2018 Abu Dhabi, UAE

2. International Child & Adult Behavioural Health Conference September 13-14, 2018 Dubai, UAE  

3. International Conference on  Pediatrics, Neonatology & Primary Care July 16-17, 2018 Dubai, UAE

4. 11th World Pediatric Congress August 16-17, 2018 Singapore

5. International Conference on Maternal Fetal Neonatal Medicine November 12-13, 2018 Dubai, UAE

6.3rd Annual World Congress on Pediatric Nutrition, Gastroenterology and Child Development March 21-22, 2018 New York, USA

7.16th Annual World Congress on Pediatrics  March 21-22, 2018 New York, USA

8. 20th International Conference on Pediatrics & Primary Care September 03-04, 2018 Zurich, Switzerland

9. 15th International Conference On Pediatrics and Pediatric Cardiology February 19-20, 2018 Paris, France

10. 17th Annual World Congress on Neonatology June 27-28, 2018 Vancouver, Canada

11.Topics in Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics and Child & Adolescent Psychopharmacology, January 7-14, 2018, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33316, United States

12. Pediatric Infectious Diseases: A Primary Care and Hospitalist Approach , January 15-19, 2018, Sarasota, Florida 34236, United States, 2018 NeoPREP

13. An Intensive Review and Update of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine, January 20-26, 2018, Atlanta, Georgia 30326, United States 

14. School Mental Health: Treating Students K- 12, January 26-27, 2018,Boston, Massachusetts 02116, United States

15.The Lennox-Lombroso Pediatric Epilepsy Conference, February 2-3, 2018,Boston, Massachusetts 02115, United States.

16.World Neonatology Meeting Jun 04-05, 2018 Prague, Czech Republic

17. 18th International Conference on Pediatrics Health August 06-07, 2018 Madrid, Spain

18. International Conference on Pediatric Pharmacology July 13-14, 2018 Toronto, Ontario, Canada

19. 14th International Conference on Clinical Pediatrics June 14-16, 2018 Rome, Italy

20. 17th Annual World Congress on Neonatology June 27-28, 2018 Vancouver, Canada

21. 17th American Pediatrics Healthcare & Infectious Diseases Congress June 27-28, 2018 Vancouver, Canada

22. 12th International Conference on Pediatric Diseases and Diagnostic Pathology July 13-14, 2018 Toronto, Ontario, Canada

23. 22nd World Nutrition and Pediatrics Healthcare Conference July 16-18, 2018 Dubai, UAE

24. Advances in Neonatal and Pediatric Nutrition July 19-21, 2018 London, UK

25. 17th Annual Congress on Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine August 13-14, 2018 Osaka, Japan

26. 11th World Pediatric Congress August 16-17, 2018 Singapore

27. International Conference on Pediatric Hospital Medicine August 29-30, 2018 Boston, Massachusetts, USA

28. 24th European Pediatrics Conference September 10-12, 2018 Copenhagen, Denmark

29. 20th World Congress on General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine September 17-18, 2018 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

30. 20th World Congress on Pediatric Oncology and Clinical Pediatrics  September 17-18, 2018 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

 
Other Related Associations

1. American Academy of Pediatrics

2. American Pediatric Surgical Association

3. Mexican Board of Pediatric Surgery

4. Society of Pediatric Dermatology

5. Japanese Society of Pediatric Cardiology   

6. Cardiac Surgery

7. American Association of Critical-Care Nurses

Middle East:

1. Egyptian Society for Healthcare Development  

2. Nigerian Medical Association 

3. Islamic Association of Iranian Medical Society  

4. Islamic Association of Physicians of Iran 

5. Israel Medical Association 

6. Jerusalem Academy of Medicine 

7. Estonian Medical Association 

8. Medical Association of Jamaica 

9. Hong Kong Medical Association 

10. Turkish Medical Association 

11. Syrian American Medical Society

Asia Pacific:

1. Asian Pacific Pediatric Association –APPA Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Asia 

2. The Malaysian Pediatric Association Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Asia 

3. Asian and Oceania Society for Paediatric Radiology Pok Fu Lam, Hong Kong, Asia

4. American Academy of Pediatrics 

5. American Pediatric Society/Society for Pediatric Research 

6. Pediatric Endocrine Society 

7. Academic Pediatric Association Asia Pacific Pediatric Association 

8. Asia Pacific Paediatric Orthopaedic Society 

9. Asian Society for Pediatric Research 

10. Asian Society for Pediatric Infectious Diseases 

11. Asian and Oceania Society for Paediatric Radiology Pok Fu Lam, Hong Kong, Asia 

12. Pediatric Cardiac Society of India

Europe:

1.International Society for Social Pediatrics & Child Health London, UK, Europe 

2. Baltic Association of Paediatric Surgeons Tallinn, Estonia, Europe 

3. European Society For Developmental Perinatal & Paediatric Pharmacology Berlin 

4. Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists London, UK, Europe 

5. European Society for Paediatric Neurosurgery Athens, Greece, Europe 

6. Italian Society of Pediatric Rome, Italy 

7. European Paediatric Association 

8. European Academy of Paediatrics 

9. European Society for Paediatric Research 

10. European Society of Paediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care 

11. International Society for Social Pediatrics & Child Health London, UK, Europe 

12. European Society For Developmental Perinatal & Paediatric Pharmacology Berlin, Germany, Europe 

13. Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists London, UK, Europe 

14. European Society for Paediatric Neurosurgery Athens, Greece, Europe 

15. Italian Society of Pediatric Rome, Italy, Europe 

16. Russian Society of Cardiology

USA:

1. American Pediatric Society Texas City, USA, North America 

2. Asian Society for Pediatric Research (ASPR)Virginia, USA, North America  

3. Society for Pediatric Pathology (SPP) New York, USA, North America  

4. Children’s Leukemic Research Association New York, USA, North America  

5. American Academy of Paediatric Dentistry Chicago, USA, North America 

6. American Academy of Paediatrics Washington, USA, North America 

7. Canada Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Ottawa, Canada, North America 

8. Alliance Societies – POSNA Rosemont, USA, North America 

9. Asian Society for Pediatric Research (ASPR)Virginia, USA, North America 

10. Society for Pediatric Pathology (SPP) New York, USA, North America 

11. Children’s Leukemic Research Association New York, USA, North America 

12. American Academy of Paediatric Dentistry Chicago, USA, North America 

13. Canada Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Ottawa, Canada, North America 

14. Alliance Societies – POSNA Rosemont, USA, North America|American Heart Association; ACC

 

 

New Updates Pediatrics & Child Health Care

 

Close to a billion people one-eighth of the world's population still live in hunger. Each year 2 million children die from malnutrition. Contradictory as it seems, malnutrition is a key contributor to obesity.

 

Nosebleeds in Children: Causes, Treatment, and Prevention

Nosebleeds are common in kids 3 to 10 years old. They can be scary in some cases. Most will stop on their own. If it is heavy or accompanied by dizziness or weakness seek a doctor.

A nosebleed can be anterior or posterior. Nosebleeds can be dramatic and frightening. Fortunately, most nosebleeds are not serious and usually can be managed.

Anterior nosebleeds are usually easy to control. Posterior nosebleeds are much less common than anterior nosebleeds. They tend to in elderly people. Nosebleeds tend to occur more often during winter months and in dry, cold climates. They can occur at any age. Nosebleeds are very common in children.

Following are some tips to follow during Nosebleed: Do not have your child lean back. This may cause blood to flow down the back of the throat, which tastes bad and may cause gagging, coughing, or vomiting. Keep the pressure on the nose for about 10 minutes; if you stop too soon, bleeding may start again.

What causes nosebleeds?

Nosebleeds often caused by harmless activities such as your child picking their nose, blowing it too hard or too often, or from getting knocked on the nose during play.

Other causes of a nosebleed may include:

Overly sensitive blood vessels, Infections in the nose, throat, and sinuses, allergies, a foreign body in the nose, constipation, certain medications.Sometimes, and children can have multiple nosebleeds over several weeks.

 

Stem Cell Therapy for Neonatal Disorders: the future is here 

Stem cells have the ability to replicate themselves and to differentiate into a wide range of specialized cell types - each specialized cell performs specific function. Because of their ability to differentiate into multiple cell types, stem cell is potentially the “parent” of a specific lineage that ultimately results in a range of adult cells. The term new-born stem cells refers to the various and specific stem cell populations that exist throughout the umbilical cord.

Preclinical research results suggest stem cell therapies are promising the next breakthrough in the treatment of currently devastating neonatal disorders. Bronchopulmonary dysplasia and intraventricular hemorrhage in preterm neonates remain major causes of mortality and morbidities. Stem cell therapy for currently intractable and devastating neonatal disorders, such as BPD, HIE, and IVH, might be a potential paradigm shift in neonatal medicine. Exciting progress in preclinical and clinical studies has brought human stem cell therapy for new-born infants. However, the resolution of several issues, such as safety, up-scaling of manufacturing processes, standardization methods, clinical indications, timing, dosage, and a better understanding of protective mechanisms, are required to permit safe clinical translation of stem cell therapy for new-born infants in the near future.

New data suggest that loss of stem/progenitor cell populations in the developing brain and lungs may underlie tissue simplification. These observations constitute the basis for the application of stem cell-based protocols following extremely preterm birth. Transplantation of different cell types could be beneficial in preterm infants for the prevention and/or treatment of BPD, PVL and other major sequelae of prematurity. There have been substantial advances in neonatal medical care over the past 2 decades that have resulted in the increased survival of very low birth weight infants. Despite these advances, there continues to be significant morbidity associated with extremely preterm birth that includes both short-term and long-term pulmonary and neurologic consequences. Stem cell-based therapies are emerging as potential paradigm complex diseases with multifactorial etiologies.

MSCs are widely used in clinical trials on adults and were approved in Canada for the treatment of graft-vs-host disease in children. It is thus critical that all infants who receive MSCs or other stem cells be monitored for several years for the theoretical risk of tumor formation.

What Would Cause Sudden Weight Gain in Children?

Some children are prone to gain weight gain easily so it's important to follow physical fitness and healthy diet. When a child goes from slim to suddenly overweight, it's a cause for concern. Before you panic about weight gain, you should understand that there is a wide array when it comes to a child's weight. One of the usual suspects is puberty. If your child has recently has been experiencing other signs of puberty, her weight gain could be another facet of her changing body. Several factors account for weight gains like changes in the level of activity, friends or mood. In some cases, if your child is taking a certain medication, like an anti-psychotic drug, weight gain is often a side effect.

We know that sudden weight gain could be the sign of serious conditions. Overweight children are at a higher risk for health problems, including high blood pressure, elevated levels of cholesterol and type 2 diabetes.

If the child has gained weight and we think his food habits could be the problem then there is a serious concern to create a healthy diet.In some cases, medical treatment may be necessary; especially if the rapid weight gain is a side effect or symptom of another condition. Kids are developing weight-related health problems previously it is seen only in adults.

 

Genes aren't the only things that family members may share. The eating and exercise habits of people in the same household. If parents eat a lot of high-calorie foods their kids tend to do the same.

So it's not a specific number on the scale that's important. It's making sure that kids stay healthy — inside and out.

Cutting Edge Pediatric Therapy

Malnutrition refers to deficiencies, excesses or imbalances in a person’s intake of nutrients. Inadequate amounts of food causing child retarded growth. Nearly 800 Million people in the world do not have enough to eat. Malnutrition affects all age groups. It is a consequence of consuming too few essential nutrients or using or excreting them more rapidly. Infants, young children, and teenagers need additional nutrients. By 2050 hunger and child malnutrition could increase by up to 20 percent as a result of climate-related disasters. The benefits of immunizing children may also be less in the event of a  famine if the risk of dying from hunger is high.Parents today are comfortable with an instant exchange of knowledge through social media and online medical research. That’s especially true for pediatric diseases, where family support networks not only share information and tips but also influence and sometimes underwrite research. Pharmaceutical companies have a growing interest in Pediatrics research, which offers favorable business models and often a faster path to the clinic. As a result, new discoveries are emerging. Political and economic pressures to cut costs are forcing health care to adapt and this is producing many innovations. It may be partially a survival move.

Evaluate potential pediatricians for your child

Many decisions must be made when you have a child and one of the most important is choosing a  pediatrician. You’ll want a pediatrician who will help you keep everything in perspective by providing guidance and direction as needed. Pediatricians have training in the health and illnesses of children from birth. It’s generally a good idea to embark on your pediatrician search at the end of your second trimester or beginning of your third trimester.Making a right decision well before labor and delivery allows for an informed, well-considered choice. Then we have a peace of mind knowing you’ve secured a doctor for your child, with time to spare.

Potential Pediatricians must meet established standards for providing child healthcare.

People look for different things in doctors and what's most important for you may not even be on someone else's radar. So rather than just gathering try asking some probing questions of whoever makes the recommendation. Our pediatrician needs to be someone who is empathetic, nurturing, patient and kind. Don’t down to two or three doctors.Take the opportunity to get to know the doctor and his staff.

Family doctors are trained to care for patients of all ages including children, but they do not have specialized training in pediatrics. Other parents prefer a family practitioner because a doctor specializing in family medicine can treat the whole family from birth to old age. Convenient and comfortable with your doctor and know how good your child responds to his/her treatments and behavior. The nurses and support staff must be courteous, friendly and above all make sure your concerns are addressed and your comfort is always top of mind above all. Be honest with yourself.

Foetal Alcohol Disorders More Common Than Previously Believed

The children from most of our communities came across the FASD which is an umbrella term for a range of disorders and health abnormalities caused by exposure to alcohol in the womb.FASDs are a leading cause of developmental disabilities which lead to growth deficiencies, facial abnormalities and organ damage and cognitive development and behavioral changes. They often have many challenges throughout life and have an increased risk of premature death. There is an enormous increase up to 10 times disabilities related to fetal alcohol exposure during pregnancy than previously believed, finds a new study. But the new research in JAMA suggests that 3.1% to 9.9% of children throughout the U.S. have a fetal alcohol spectrum disorder. With the lack of public awareness about the spectrum of disorders, has undoubtedly fueled the misconception that very small amounts of alcohol are “safe” to drink during pregnancy.

The researchers made several calculations to extrapolate a range of estimates for FASD more broadly.

Types of FASDs include:

· fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS)

· partial fetal alcohol syndrome

· alcohol-related birth defects

· alcohol-related neurodevelopment disorder

· neurobehavioral disorder associated with prenatal alcohol exposure

Past Conference Report

Pediatrics Conference 2017 Report

ME Conferences encouraged the “13th European Pediatrics", during August 31-September 02, 2017 at Prague, Czech Republic, which was an extraordinary achievement. Discernible keynote speakers from multitudinal assumed establishments and affiliations kept an eye on the get-together with their splendid proximity. The respected guests, keynote speakers and masters shared their innovative investigation and boundless experience data and palaver on various latest and invigorating advancements in each part of Pediatrics examination at the platform of Pediatrics Conference 2017

This meeting has been directed with the point and the straight out goal of advancing the advancements of new recognitions and thoughts for investigating the abnormal state of learning came to by academic group on Pediatrics Conference 2017. This celebrated event facilitated by ME Conferences was set apart with the participation of youthful and splendid specialists, clinicians, business delegates and gifted understudy groups.

The meeting was sorted out around the subject "Current Advancement of modern theories and therapies to save a child ". The occasion embedded a firm connection of up and coming systems in the field of Pediatrics Conference with mainstream researchers. The calculated and relevant learning shared, will likewise encourage authoritative joint efforts to nurture scientific accelerations.

Pediatric Conference 2017 Organizing Committee extends its gratitude and congratulates the Honourable Moderators of the conference, Dr .Bader Muaykil AlQahtani, King Saud bin Abdulaziz, KSA and Dr. Shibani Mehra, GIMER DR RML Hospital, India for their preeminent contribution towards smooth functioning of this esteemed event.

ME Conferences also acknowledges the help of the Honourable Chairs Kaye Talijancich, Perth Pediatrics, Australia and Marina Reznik, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, USA and Co-Chairs Shibani Mehra, GIMER DR RML Hospital, India and Omer Abbas Ahmed, American Hospital Dubai, UAE whose support brought this event to its grand success.

ME Conferences has taken the privilege of felicitating Pediatric Conference 2017 Organizing Committee Members and Keynote Speakers of the meeting whose support and attempts made the social occasion to move in the method for achievement. ME Conferences offers thanks to each individual member for the colossal stunning reaction. This moves us to continue dealing with events and get-togethers for additionally explore in the field of Pediatrics.

The eminent personalities at the conference were Kaye Talijancich, Perth Pediatrics, Australia; Fatma Dilek Turan Gurhopur, Akdeniz University, Turkey; Shibani Mehra, GIMER DR RML Hospital, India; Ashutosh Kumar, Penn State Milton S Hershey Medical Center, USA; Marina Reznik, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, USA; Philip O Ozuah, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, USA; Omer Abbas Ahmed, American Hospital Dubai, UAE and many more.

Poster Presentation:

Pediatric Conference 2017 gladly presents the Poster Award Competition Winner:

Dr. Marina Reznik, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, USA.

The Conference ends up being an extraordinary open air theatre for assignment of most recent data with cooperation of more than 120 pediatric experts. The participants profited from more than 20 addresses introduced by 20 provincial and worldwide speakers. The complete logical system and exercises offered for the current year were to a great degree superb. Every year it gives the best stage to Pediatricians, Pediatric Surgeons, Medical understudies, Pediatricians furthermore pediatric experts and industry specialists of the world to redesign learning, arrange, associate and create profession.

Last but not the least ME Conferences wishes to acknowledge with its deep sincere gratitude all the supporters from the Editorial Board Members of our Open Access Journals, Keynote speakers, Honourable guests, Valuable speakers, students, delegates and special thanks to the Media partners for their promotion to make this event a huge success.

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