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Sir Ganga Ram Hospital India

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International Medical Center Hospital Egypt

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University Hospitals Birmingham UK

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Orange Zebra United Arab Emirates

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Pediatrics Neonatal Care 2019

About Conference


Join us for the PEDIATRICS NEONATAL CARE 2019

Update your skills, enhance your knowledge base, and broaden your horizons—all in one place!     

Theme: Promoting the Value of Pediatrics, Neonatology & Child Care: Hope of the Future

          Date: November 22-23, 2019

Location: Dubai, UAE

PEDIATRICS NEONATAL CARE 2019 typically incorporate lectures, paper and poster sessions, and panel discussions with prominent international experts and scholars.  We also feature product exhibitions, workshops, and student research competitions that generate networking opportunities for all attendees.  

The 2019 Conference is bringing together 50+ professionals from 23+ countries for the education, innovation and collaboration – all at one time, all in one place.

Choose from 20+ education sessions, 10+ exhibitors, and endless networking events.

Abstracts are welcome in all areas related to Pediatrics, Neonatology & Primary Care. 

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Credits

Like previous conference, PEDIATRICS NEONATAL CARE 2019 CONGRESS is accredited by the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credits. The Certification enlightens professionals to authorize their expertise into a structured and established approach towards the hunger of knowledge.

Continuing Professional Development keeps you up to date on current and emerging developments.

Why to attend?

Sceintific Sessions, Workshops, Key note forums, Posters, lunch & learns–provide unique learning and career building opportunities that you just can’t find anywhere else. 

Below you’ll find reasons why you should attend our conference and consider sending your employees to our conferences as well. 

  • Presenting a paper
  • Networking for future collaborations
  • Strengthening and expanding the human network
  • Added Research Value
  • Specialty Exhibit Areas- Companies often have tools to display that we haven’t seen yet
  • Learning in a New Space
  • Break Out of Your Comfort Zone
  • The focus and energy of Like-Minded Individuals
  • The Serendipity of the Random Workshop
  • Lightning Sessions
  • Market Debuts

We look forward to collaborating with you at our conference!

Who Attends?

  • Pediatric Physicians
  • Neonatologists
  • Business Entrepreneurs
  • Hospital Administrators
  • Manufacturing Medical Devices Companies
  • Medical College Students
  • Training Institutes
  • Neonatal specialists
  • Pediatric / Neonatal Faculty
  • Pediatric/Neonatal Researchers
  • Pediatric Scientists
  • Clinical Nurse Specialists
  • Perinatologists
  • Perinatal Nurses/Nurse Practitioners
  • Physician Assistants
  • Neonatal nutritionists
  • Young researchers
  • Pediatric Associations and Societies
  • Surgeons

Scientific Sessions

Track 1: General Pediatrics

General Pediatrics includes the basic treatments involved for the betterment of children and adolescents. A general pediatrician diagnose and treat child's illnesses, infections, injuries, and other health problems. Focuses mainly on Congenital defects, genetic variance, and developmental issues.

General Pediatricians plan and execute medical care programs to aid in the mental and physical growth and development of children and adolescents. Refer patient to medical specialist or other practitioner when necessary and re-evaluate treatments as necessary.

  • Child psychology
  • Clinical Pediatrics
  • Diagnosis & Treatment
  • Nutrient deficiencies
  • Pain relief therapies and management
  • Pediatric behavioral studies
  • Pediatric developmental changes
  • Pediatric obesity
  • Pediatrics Health

Track 2: Neonatology & Perinatology

Neonatology and Perinatology is related to the physiological and pathological conditions of women during preconception, perinatal, and postpartum periods; and of foetuses, newborn infants during and beyond their initial hospital stay. In some cases, babies are born early. heart, lungs, stomach, skin and some other organs may not be mature enough to function. Neonatologist particularly deals with the most complicated and high-risk conditions. Perinatology is a subspecialty of obstetrics also known as maternal-fetal medicine. Baby with high-risk might be cared by a perinatologist before birth and by a neonatologist after birth. For mother, perinatologists help with previous wellbeing worries, and also entanglements caused by pregnancy. They perform pre-birth tests, give medicines, and perform medical procedures

  • Amniotic Band Syndrome
  • Epilepsy in Neonates
  • Maternal and Fetal Health
  • Maternal-Fetal Medicine
  • Neonatal Disorders
  • Neonatal Respiratory Diseases
  • Neonatal Syndromes
  • Obstetrics & Gynaecology
  • Ultrasound in perinatology

Track 3: Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health

Child & Adolescent Behavioral Health specializes in the emotional and behavioral needs of children, adolescents, young adults and their families. Concerns such as depression and anxiety and behavior problems like ADHD if left untreated, lead to a child's failure in school, separation from their families, drug involvement, delinquency, and suicide.  No child/family needs to suffer.  Behavioral problems and other Mental health disorders can be a heavy burden for children and teens as well as their families. Access to care is easy and treatment works! Childhood and adolescence are important developmental periods in a person’s life.

  • Addiction and its Disorders
  • Adolescent Psychology
  • Child Mental Health and Psychology
  • Child Psychiatry
  • Geriatric and Paediatric Psychiatry
  • Management and treatment of Mental Health issues
  • Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing
  • Schizophrenia and Nursing Care
  • Sleep Disorder and Medicine

Track 4:Maternal and Child Care

The Maternal and Child Health (MCH) supports high quality preventive and primary health care for all children, and for the reproductive health care of all women and their partners.

The focus for MCH are all women in their reproductive age groups, i.e., 15 - 49 years of age, children, school age population and adolescents.

Maternal mortality is an adverse outcome, especially in the developing countries there is an increasing concern and interest in maternal and child health care.

  • Healthcare-Nursing
  • Hygiene
  • Hypnobirthing
  • Influence of Drugs and general awareness in Pregnancy
  • Maternal and Child Health
  • Maternal, Infant, and Child Health
  • Midwifery in Pediatrics
  • Obesity and Health disorders
  • Reproductive, Perinatal and Paediatric Epidemiology

Track 5: Premature babies and birth

Worldwide, Preterm birth is the most common cause of death among infants. 15 million babies are born preterm each year. These babies are known as preemies or premies. Some risk factors for a premature birth include diabetes, high blood pressure, being pregnant with more than one baby, being either obese or underweight, a number of vaginal infections, tobacco smoking and psychological stress.

Preemies may need longer or more intense care, medication and sometimes surgery. Complications associated with a premature birth include immature lungs, difficulty regulating body temperature, poor feeding and slow weight gain, cerebral palsy, hearing problems and sight problems.

  • Analgesics
  • Antibiotics
  • Bronchodilators
  • Coping with a premature birth
  • Diuretics
  • Hematologic Agents
  • Infant incubator
  • Infant respiratory distress syndrome
  • Tube feeding
  • Vasopressors

Track 6: Neonatal & Pediatric Infection Disorders

Risk of infection are associated with the Maternal and neonatal environmental factors. The study of these risk factors helps in preventing and managing various infectious diseases in the infants. Worldwide infectious disease still takes a major toll on pregnant women, their foetuses and children. Indeed, it has been estimated that 30–40% of neonatal deaths worldwide are associated with infectious disease. Even in the developed world, there remain considerable challenges for the obstetrician and neonatologist in the management of infectious disease during pregnancy and in the newborn

  • Bone and joint infections
  • Cardiovascular infections
  • Central nervous system infections
  • Fungal infections
  • Gastrointestinal infections
  • Intrapartum/ Postpartum infection
  • Kawasaki disease
  • Respiratory infections
  • Risk factors for neonatal infection
  • Zika virus

Track 7Neonatal & Pediatric Hematology

Pediatric & Neonatal Haematology involves the study, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of blood diseases and blood-forming organs in the body of infants, children, and adolescents. There are many blood disorders problems in the body with blood vessels, red blood cells (erythrocytes), white blood cells (leukocytes), platelets, bone marrow and lymph nodes that can occur in children that can be diagnosed and treated by a Pediatric hematologist.

Neonatal haematology is a complex and dynamic process in the pediatric population. Surgeons frequently encounter hematologic issues regarding haemostasis, inflammation, and wound healing. The Division of Haematology provides subspecialty care to infants, children, adolescents and young adults with diseases of the blood. They provide genetic counseling and confirmatory testing for families of new-borns with an abnormal haemoglobin detected on the new born state screen. They also provide consultative services for primary care physicians caring for a child with a complex blood disorder or who has signs or symptoms which may suggest cancer.

  • Bleeding and clotting disorders
  • Causes, risk factors and hypotheses
  • Clotting Disorders
  • Drug Development
  • Drug development and diagnostics
  • Educational and preventive measures
  • Risk Factors
  • Tumor Cell Biology
  • Tumor cell biology and research

Track 8: Neonatal & Pediatric Neurology

Babies who experienced a brain injury or have a congenital neurological condition need intense, specialized care. Comprehensive evaluation and treatment for these young children and new-borns’ brains are in a crucial window of rapid development.

If your obstetrician suspects that your baby has a brain abnormality during pregnancy, they refer Prenatal consultations.

The neurologists on the Fetal-Neonatal Neurology improve our understanding of problems in early brain development and to find effective new treatments. Child neurology focuses on diseases and disorders of the spinal cord, brain, peripheral nervous system, autonomic nervous system, muscles and blood vessels that affect individuals in these age groups.

  • Clinical Neurology
  • Neonatal Neurology
  • Neurodevelopmental Disorder
  • Neurological Diagnostic Tests
  • Pediatric Clinical Pharmacology
  • Pediatric Neuroimmunology
  • Pediatric Neurological Disorders
  • Pediatric Neurology
  • Pediatric Neurometabolic Diseases
  • Pediatric Neuro-Oncology
  • Pediatric Neurorehabilitation
  • Pediatric Neurosurgery

Track 9: Neonatal & Pediatric Nephrology

The renal system plays an unbelievable role in the growth and development of infants and children. In neonatal period renal functions undergo continuous adaptive changes. The kidney also undertakes a maturation progression as it transitions from the fetal to the extrauterine environment. Preterm neonates are especially susceptible due to immature of kidneys. The transition from the aqueous environment of the mother’s womb to dry land creates many challenges for the neonate. The infant must have a means to regulate the composition and volume of the extracellular fluid; a task performed by the kidney. The neonatal kidney must be able to excrete free water and conserve sodium while retaining filtered organic solutes. The premature neonate has a much lower glomerular filtration rate than the term neonate. Pediatric Nephrology reports fundamental clinical research and progress associated with any type of the sharp and enduring illnesses that adjust renal capacity in kids.

  • Diabetic nephropathy
  • Dialysis
  • Fetal & Neonatal nephrology
  • Kidney transplants in children
  • Neonatal Bowel Obstruction
  • Neonatal Renal disorder
  • Neonatal renal failure
  • Neonatal Urology
  • Nephrolithiasis
  • The interpretation of x-ray studies of the kidney
  • Tubular diseases
  • Urinary tract infections

Track 10: Neonatal and Pediatric Cardiology

Paediatric cardiologists are doctors who diagnose and treat children with cardiac conditions. They work with patients antenatally (before birth), through childhood and into adulthood Paediatric cardiology is concerned with diseases of the heart in the growing and developing individual. They also need a thorough grounding in general paediatrics, in order to provide all-round patient care.

Paediatric cardiologists treat congenital heart disease (present at birth), arrhythmias (variations in heartbeat rhythm) and disturbances of circulatory function.

The goal of the division of Pediatric Cardiology is to provide the best possible care for infants, children, and adults with all forms of congenital and acquired heart disease. They work in association with a wide range of specialists as part of a multidisciplinary team to assess and treat patients.

  • Diabetic nephropathy
  • Dialysis
  • Fetal & Neonatal nephrology
  • Kidney transplants in children
  • Neonatal Bowel Obstruction
  • Neonatal Renal disorder
  • Neonatal renal failure
  • Neonatal Urology
  • Nephrolithiasis
  • Urinary tract infections

Track 11Neonatal & Pediatric Pharmacology

Neonatal and Pediatric Pharmacology provides evidence-based guidelines for safe, effective, and rational drug therapy in new-borns, children, and adolescents.

Current research and clinical practice include specific recommendations for all major drug classes and diseases, specific treatment settings such as the pediatric intensive care unit and emergency room.

It also includes adverse effects and interactions and state-of-the-art discussions on pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, pharmacogenetics, pharmacogenomics, pharmacoproteomic, drug development, and clinical trials in infants and children.

It also includes updated information on drug interactions and regulatory issues. It also covers nutrient supplements and biotransformation of medications by the human placenta.

  • Clinical Pharmacokinetics
  • Pharmacogenetics
  • Clinical trials involving children
  • Ethics of drug research in pediatric populations
  • Treatment settings such as the pediatric intensive care unit and emergency room.
  • Adverse effects and interactions
  • Drug development in infants and children

Track 12: Pediatric Cancer and Oncology

In the modern era, Cancer is not a new disease. Pediatric Cancer and Oncology is based on an understanding of the fundamental differences between the tumors of children and adults

Although cancer in childhood is rare, in economically developed countries pediatric cancer is the 2nd leading cause of death among children under 15 years of age. From diagnostic evaluation and therapeutic management plans to extensive psychological and social support we should attack cancer from every angle. Build your support with friends and family. No one should face cancer alone.

  • Adolescent and young adult (AYA) cancer
  • Brain tumors
  • Bone tumors and soft-tissue sarcoma
  • Late effects of childhood cancer
  • Leukemia and lymphoma
  • Neuroblastoma
  • Retinoblastoma
  • Wilms tumour and germ cell tumors
  • Carcinomas
  • Neuroendocrine tumors (carcinoid, NETs)
  • Non-Hodgkin lymphomas

Track 13: Pediatric Trauma & Depression

Trauma is the most familiar cause of invalidation and despair in the paediatric population. child Special knowledge, precise management, and scrupulous attention to details is required for caring the injured child. All clinicians who are in for the care of a paediatric trauma patient, including paediatricians, emergency room clinicians, paediatric emergency clinic and trauma surgeons, must be familiar with every tenet of prevailing trauma care. Unique needs of injured children like Special examination and affection must also be recognized. The treatment of the patients in a state of necessity and handle urgent situations of injury or disease uses both operative and non-operative administration

  • Psychological Trauma
  • Intensive Care in Trauma
  • Blunt Trauma
  • Trauma Therapy
  • Diagnosis, immunization & preventive measures
  • Critical Care in Trauma
  • Elderly Trauma
  • Obstetric Trauma
  • Pediatric Trauma
  • Psychological Trauma
  • Trauma & Critical care Nursing
  • Trauma Emergency Medicine
  • Trauma in Nursing and Midwifery
  • Trauma Mental health & psychiatry
  • Trauma Surgery

Track 14: Pediatric Nursing

Pediatric nursing means the chance to work with some of the most precious and unpredictable creatures on the face of the planet – children. They often get the chance to watch children grow up as well.

A pediatric nurse work in a team of pediatric healthcare professionals. These nurses help to provide medical care for youngsters from the time they are first born until their teenage years.

Proper healthcare is extremely important during childhood. Pediatric nurses must be cheerful and friendly and able to communicate effectively with children and their parents.

Pediatric Nurse Practitioners perform physical exams, diagnose illness and injury and provide education & support to patients and their families.

  • General Pediatric Nursing
  • Pediatric Cardiology Nursing
  • Pediatric Dermatology Nursing
  • Pediatric Gastroenterology Nursing
  • Pediatric Immunology Nursing
  • Pediatric Nephrology and Urology Nursing
  • Pediatric Neurology Nursing
  • Pediatric Nursing in Dentistry
  • Pediatric Nutrition Nursing
  • Pediatric Oncology Nursing
  • Pediatric Ophthalmology Nursing
  • Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology Nursing
  • Pediatric Psychiatry Nursing
  • Pediatric Pulmonology Nursing
  • Pediatric Rheumatology Nursing

Track 15: Neonatal Intensive Care and Nursing

Neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) can be a rewarding career for registered nurses (RNs). NICU nurses care for vulnerable new born children that require intensive nurturing.

With the rapid increase in infants admitted to neonatal ICUs, the demand for NICU nurses and new NICU facilities will continue to rise alongside.

They are directly responsible for monitoring vitals, administering medications and nutrients, and providing care and comfort to new-borns. NICU nurses also educate new parents on the appropriate care for their new born following discharge, and they answer any questions that families may have.

In addition, NICU nurses will be on the front lines when it comes to helping scared parents through what is often a traumatic experience. Emotional stability is extensively crucial for caring very ill or premature infants.

  • Anemia/ Gastroschisis
  • Congenital Heart Defects
  • Critical Care Medicine
  • Gastroschisis
  • Hospital New born Care Services
  • Intrauterine Growth Restriction
  • Intrauterine Growth Restriction (IUGR)
  • Necrotizing Enterocolitis
  • Necrotizing Enterocolitis (NEC)
  • Premature Infants
  • Special Care Nursery

Track 16: Pediatric Surgery

Pediatric Surgery incorporates surgery of embryos, babies, kids, adolescents, and youthful grown-ups. Pediatric surgery appears amidst the twentieth century as the surgical care of birth defectiveness required novel procedures. Pediatric surgery uses distinctive sorts of novel contrivance and techniques that are most regularly used at kids healing facilities

  • Bariatric surgery
  • Pediatric Cardiac Surgery
  • Paediatric Dermatologic Surgery
  • Pediatric Gastrointestinal Surgery
  • Pediatric Head & Neck Surgery
  • Pediatric Neurosurgery
  • Pediatric Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
  • Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgery
  • Pediatric Endocrine Surgery
  • Pediatric Ophthalmic Surgery
  • Advancements in Pediatric Surgery
  • Pediatric Organ Donation & Transplantation
  • Pediatric Surgical Devices

Track 17: Pediatric Dentistry

Pediatric dentistry provides both primary and comprehensive therapeutic oral health care for newborns and children through adolescence, including those with special health care needs. Preventive dental care includes cleaning and fluoride treatments, as well as nutrition and diet recommendations. It also includes Management of gum diseases and conditions including ulcers, short frenulae, mucoceles, and pediatric periodontal disease.

  • Forensic Dentistry
  • Dental Nursing
  • Dental Pharmacology
  • Dental Sleep Medicine
  • Holistic Dentistry
  • Orthodontics & Dental Implants
  • Oral Cancer
  • Periodontics and Prosthodontics
  • Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
  • Cosmetic Dentistry
  • Dental Marketing
  • Preventive and Operative Dentistry

Track 18: Psychiatry & Neurodevelopmental Pediatrics

Neurodevelopmental disorders can affect child’s ability to think and disturbs normal day to day functions. Evaluating and treating newborns to young adults who have these, and other types of intellectual and developmental disorders is very crucial. Symptoms like behavior or learning difficulties, autism, brain tumors or other brain and developmental disorders can appear at birth or in later years.

Neuro-Developmental Pediatricians have additional training that focuses on the assessment and management of these developmental problems. The psychiatrists will assess the child and provide treatment recommendations that address any psychiatric difficulties that may be interfering with day to day life.

  • Delayed speech or language
  • Emotional or behavioral problems
  • Gross Motor Delay
  • Overall developmental delay
  • Autism

Track 19: Pediatric, Neonatal Nutrition, and Baby food

Adequate nutrition is of utmost importance between infancy and adolescence. Based on the health benefits of human milk, breastfeeding should be the primary means of nutrition for most infants. Standard infant formulas support adequate nutrition and growth for infants who cannot breastfeed

With increasing survival rates of extremely premature infants emphasis is now focused on the quality of these survivors lives. The most important factor possibly is the premature's ability to survive in the NICU. Neonatal nutrition is crucial for the growth and development of the new born babies.

Baby food is any soft, easily consumed food other than breastmilk or infant formula that is made specifically for new born babies between four-six months and two years old. Introduction of complementary foods at early age may satisfy the hunger of the infant, resulting in less frequent breastfeeding and ultimately less milk production in the mother.

  • Breastfeeding & Complementary feeding
  • Children with Special Health Care Needs
  • Eating Disorders
  • Feeding in exceptionally difficult circumstances
  • Gastroesophageal reflux
  • Infant formula & Preparation
  • Nutrition Support Services
  • Weight Management

Track  20: Humanoid Robots for Pediatric Care

In several scientific areas Humanoid robots are now used as research tools. Robots that are designed to play with children usually look like animals. We have to watch on and give it attention, a toy that children nourished every day.

Robotic technology for healthcare has been an exciting leap. A pediatric pain coach, educator, and friend built upon the humanoid robot platform is Clinically proven to reduce a child's pain by 50% during medical procedures. To interact with pediatric patients during anxiety producing and/or painful procedures to help manage their pain.

Hospitals may be a place of healing, but to a child, hospitals mean needles, strangers in uniforms, mysterious equipment’s, boring wait times.

Humanoid robots perform entertaining activities to reduce anxiety levels in children - and even their parents.

  • Assisting People
  • Blood tests
  • Catheter insertion/removal
  • Collecting Data
  • Dressing changes
  • Giraff Plus
  • Oxygen tube insertion
  • Pediatric Robotic Nursing
  • Robotic Nursing Assistant System
  • Swallow study
  • Vaccinations

Track 21: Congenital malformations & Birth Complications

A birth deformity may happen when baby is in mother’s womb. A congenital disease, otherwise called as congenital disorder deformity, birth imperfection, or irregularity, is a condition existing at or before birth. Mostly occur amid the initial 3 months of pregnancy. Few disorders can be detected before through Perinatal Screening.

Worldwide every year approximately 303 000 new-borns die within 4 weeks of birth due to congenital anomalies. Congenital anomalies can lead to long-term disability, which may have significant impacts on individuals, families, health-care systems, and societies.

  • Down syndrome
  • Birth Defects
  • Upper and Lower Limb Reduction Defects
  • Encephalocele
  • Anotia/Microtia and Hypospadias
  • Congenital heart disease in newborns
  • Congenital dislocated hip
  • Congenital malformations of genital organs
  • Deformations of the musculoskeletal system
  • Phenylketonuria

Track 22: Coping with Loss-Miscarriage Signs and Symptoms

Miscarriages often referred to as spontaneous abortions, typically occur once the baby doesn’t develop ordinarily within the uterus. Most miscarriages occur within the first trimester. The exact causes of miscarriages aren’t well-understood.

Miscarriages might happen due to abnormality with the baby’s genes or chromosomes. Bleeding during pregnancy is one of the foremost common miscarriage symptoms. Another potential miscarriage symptom is less activity of your baby in the womb. Certain health conditions within the mother may also additionally cause a miscarriage.

  • Uncontrolled or undiagnosed diabetes
  • Viral or bacterial infections
  • Sexually transmitted infections
  • Hormone problems
  • Lupus and other autoimmune disorders

Track 23: Preserving Baby Stem Cell

Stem cells are the building blocks of the human body. Stem cells are unspecialized cells capable of dividing for long period of time and can develop into specialized cells.

Stem cells in the human body are found earliest in the embryo. The stem cells inside an embryo will eventually give rise to every cell, tissue and organ in the foetus body.

A stem cell is pluripotent. Unlike a regular cell, stem cells can only replicate to create more of its own kind of cell.

When it divides, it can make any of the different cells in the human body. Stem cells also have the capability to self-renewal.

  • Embryonic stem cells
  • Adult stem cells
  • Induced pluripotent stem cells (IPSC)
  • Umbilical Cord Blood Stem Cells

Track  24: Training Health Care Professionals

Health Care Professionals aims to provide practitioners with in-depth understanding of the importance of health care. It will equip all practice staff with the knowledge and tools they need to facilitate smooth transition from pediatric to adult health care for young adolescents with and without disabilities or special health care needs. Pediatricians, family doctors, nurses, primary and other health care workers should be trained on the relationships between children's health and the environment through the use of harmonized training materials, for the specific needs of countries and professional groups.

  • Healthcare and Maternal-Child Health
  • Healthcare and Opioid Crisis
  • Healthcare and Traditional Medicine
  • Healthcare Planning and Marketing
  • Hospital and Pharmaceutical management
  • Hospital Management and Nursing
  • Pediatrics Healthcare
  • Telemedicine and Healthcare Administration

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

Market Growth of Pediatrics & Neonatology 

Infant Mortality Rate from 1968-2016

Infant mortality rates varies around the world. Between 1960-2000, the infant mortality rate decreased by half as the number of physicians increased by four folds. Infant mortality will reduce by 30% With the addition of one physician to every 1000 persons in a population, Increasing the number of skilled professionals is negatively correlated with maternal, infant, and childhood mortality.

Global Causes of Child deaths:

 

Child mortality isn’t cause by only infection and disorder, it also causes by premature birth, birth defect, new born infection, birth complication, and disease like malaria, sepsis, and diarrhoea. In some countries, malnutrition is the main source of child mortality.

Two-thirds of child deaths are preventable. Recent technological advances in medicine would drastically decrease the infant mortality rate.

Why Dubai, UAE?

30 years ago, Dubai and the UAE were 100% oil-based economy; today oil contributes to just 30% of the [UAE] economy. So, the Dubai journey started with a huge effort of diversification, by seeing what is happening outside and investing heavily to diversify the economy within the UAE. Dubai continues to grow in stature as a hub for regional and international associations and emphasising the opportunities available in the emirate.

The importance of bringing disparate groups together annually to discuss world issues has been central to promote research in Pediatrics & Neonatology. Pediatrics Neonatal Care 2019 has always played an important role in providing such a forum and through the extensive network of contacts and high-profile experts around the globe

 

Related Conferences:

Pediatrics Conferences | Healthcare Management Events | Nursing Meetings | Neonatology Conference | Neonatology Nutrition Congress

1.International Conference on Pediatrics, Nursing and Healthcare January 23-24, 2019 Dubai, UAE

2.International Conference on Maternal Fetal and Neonatal Medicine January 30, 31, 2019 Dubai, UAE

3.8th Pediatric Ophthalmology and Optometry Conference April 11-12, 2019 Abu Dhabi, UAE

4.28th World Neonatal, Pediatric and Family Medicine Conference March 21-22, 2019 Dubai, UAE

5.2nd Annual Conference on Pediatric Nursing and Healthcare May 13-14, 2019 Dubai, UAE

6.Annual Midwifery and Pediatric Nursing Congress August 12-13, 2019 Abu Dhabi, UAE

7.Annual Congress on Pediatric Toxicology January 28-29, 2019 Osaka, Japan

8.16th International Conference on Pediatrics and Pediatric Cardiology February 18-19, 2019 Amsterdam, Netherlands

9.World Pediatric Allergy and Immunology Summit February 22-23, 2019 San Francisco, California, USA

10. 5th World Congress on Pediatric Surgery and Pediatric Surgeons February 25-26, 2019 | Courtyard Seoul Times Square | Seoul, South Korea

11. 12thAnnual Meet on Pediatric Surgery and Pediatrics February 27-28 2019, Paris France

12. 21st World Congress on Pediatric Oncology and Cancer Care March 01-02,2019 Radisson Hotel Narita Tokyo Japan

13. 30th Global Summit on Pediatrics and Neonatology March 15-16, 2019, Novotel Brisbane, Brisbane Australia

14. 26th Annual Congress on Neonatology & Clinical Pediatrics March 25-26, 2019 Hong Kong

15. 22ndAnnual Congress on Neonatology & Pediatrics April 01-02, 2019 Auckland, New Zealand

16. 2nd Pedia Gulf 26 - 27 July, 2018 Sheraton Montazah, Alexandria Egypt

17. 2019 AAP National Conference & Exhibition New Orleans, Ernest N. Morial Convention Center October 25-29, 2019

18. PEDICON 2019- 56th Annual Conference of the Indian Academy of Pediatrics June 02-October 02,2019, India

19. 9th International Conference on Birth Defects and Disabilities in the Developing World October 23-26, 2019  Colombo, Sri Lanka

20. 9th Euro paediatrics Congress Dublin, Ireland 13 – 15 June 2019

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. 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. Academic Pediatric Association Asia Pacific Pediatric Association

5. Asia Pacific Paediatric Orthopaedic Society

6. Asian Society for Pediatric Research

7. Asian Society for Pediatric Infectious Diseases

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

9. 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

Past Conference Report

Pediatrics Neonatal Care 2018

Past Conference Report

Pediatrics Neonatal Care 2018

22nd World Congress on Pediatrics, Neonatology & Primary Care hosted by ME Conferences was held during November 12-13, 2018 at Dubai, UAE on the theme "Exploring Advancements in Pediatrics, Neonatal and Child Care"

The conference marked its start by an opening ceremony which included introduction by the Honourable Guest:

Dr. Harish C Gugnani, FRC. Path.,Retd. Professor, University of Delhi, India

We were overwhelmed by his generous response.

Pediatrics Neonatal Care 2018 Organizing Committee extends its gratitude and congratulates the Honourable Moderators of the conference, Dr. Abeer Mohi El-Din Saleh, International Medical Center Hospital, Egypt and Mrs. Farha Hijji, Clinical Resource Nurse, UAE for their preeminent contribution towards smooth functioning of this esteemed event.

We acknowledges the help of the Honourable Chair Dr. Richard Mupanemunda, University Hospitals Birmingham, UK and Co-Chair Dr. Klaus Martin Beckmann, Griffith University, Australia whose support brought this event to its grand success.

Pediatrics Neonatal Care 2018 has taken the privilege of felicitating Keynote Speaker Dr. Stephanie Wellington, Nurturing MDs, USA whose attempts made the social occasion to move in the method for achievement. We were indebted by your presence.

We sincerely thank the Organizing Committee Members Dr. Kanav Anand, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, India and Dr. Simone Battibugli, The Children’s Medical Centre, UAE for their gracious presence, support, and assistance towards the success of Pediatrics Neonatal Care 2018. 

The eminent personalities at the conference were

  • Dr. Ameya Ghanekar, Founder and Chief Learning Officer -Orange Zebra, UAE

  • Dr. Krishna Prasad Bista, President- Nepal Paediatric Society, Nepal

  • Dr. Sydney Engelberg, Hebrew University, Israel

  • Dr. Sadia Shakeel, Dow University of Health Sciences, Pakistan

  • and many more

Poster Presentation:

Pediatrics Neonatal Care 2018 gladly presents the Poster Award Competition Winner:

Sadia Shakeel, Dow University of Health Sciences, Pakistan

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.

We hope your favorable support will make next series 23rd World Congress on Pediatrics, Neonatology & Primary Care to be held during November 22-23, 2019 in Dubai, UAE one more grand success event.

Mark your calendars for the upcoming Conference; we are hopeful to see you soon!

More Info:  https://neonatalcare.pediatricsconferences.com/

If you are interested!

Email us at: neonatalpediatrics@memeetings.net

Call at:  1-201-380-5561 (Ext. No- 7014)

HOPE TO MEET YOU ALL IN DUBAI, UAE


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Conference Date November 22-23, 2019

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What People Say....

Was very privileged to present a talk in the 22nd World Congress of Pediatrics, Neonatology and Primary Care 2018 hosted in Dubai.Such an exciting conference and an opportunity to meet and interact with great professors and consultants from all over the world including U.K, USA, Australia, India, UAE and Nepal. I have to say it was really refreshing even my husband who is a professor of gynecology and obstetrics found it interesting. Thanks for the great work. It is a very successful one. I will make sure to spread the word about your conferences

Speaker

Abeer Mohi El-Din Saleh, International Medical Center Hospital, Egypt

I have been a speaker and also presented the poster in 22nd World Congress on Pediatrics, Neonatology & Primary Care held in November 12-13, 2018 at Dubai, UAE. It was really a very nice experience. Looking forward I want to contribute the same for Neonatal Care Conference going to be held in 2019. 

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Sadia Shakeel,Dow University of Health Sciences, Pakistan

I was happy to meet other speakers and people attending other conferences. I appreciate your help and support. Indeed, it was an Honor to conduct a Special Workshop on – ‘Significance of Perception Management in Healthcare Industry Globally’ at 22nd World Congress on Pediatrics, Neonatology and Primary Care on 12th November 2018 at Dubai, UAE. A big round of applause to the Organizing team and A Big thanks to All the Doctors who were Inspirationally Inspirational.

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Ameya Ghanekar, TEDx Speaker, UAE

Conducted a Peritoneal Dialysis workshop at the 22nd World Congress of Pediatrics, Neonatology and Primary Care. Great interacting with fellow pediatricians at the international arena. Sessions were good. Speakers as well

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Kanav Anand, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, India

We had a lovely time. Excellent opportunity to meet colleagues from various countries

 

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Sydney Engelberg, Hebrew University, Israel

Keytopics

  • Adolescent Medicine
  • Anencephaly
  • AntibioticResistance
  • Apnea Of Prematurity
  • Assessment Of Neonatal Pain
  • Assessment Of The Newborn Infant
  • Asthma
  • Autism
  • Birth Defects Of The Limbs
  • Birth Trauma
  • Body Stalk Anomaly And Cloacalexstrophy
  • Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia
  • Bullous Lesions In The Newborn And Infant
  • Cerebral Hypoxia
  • Childand Adolescent Psychiatry
  • Cholestasis
  • Chorioamnionitis
  • Chromosomal Abnormalities.
  • Cleft Lip Or Palate.
  • Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia
  • Congenital Heart Defects
  • Congenital Heart Disease
  • Congenital Syphilis
  • Cranio Synostosis Syndromes
  • Cyanosis
  • Developmental Dysplasia
  • Down Syndrome
  • Encephalopathy
  • Epileptic Seizure
  • Exercise And Sports Medicine
  • Facial Cleft Sand Holo Prosencephaly
  • Gastrointestinal And Kidney Malformations
  • Genomic Medicine
  • Gestational Age Newborn
  • Group B Streptococcal Infection
  • Hemolytic Disease Of The Newborn
  • Hospital Medicine
  • HPV And Cervical Cancer
  • Hydrops Fetalis
  • Hypothermia
  • Hypotonia
  • Immunization
  • Inborn Error Of Metabolism
  • Incidence And Mortality Of The Preterm Infant
  • Infant Respiratory Distress Syndrome
  • Infants Of Mothers With Substance Use Disorder
  • Infants With Fetal (intrauterine) Growth Restriction
  • Inherited Metabolic Disorders
  • Intraventricular Hemorrhage
  • ADHD
  • Kernicterus
  • Late Preterm Infants
  • Long-term Complications Of The Preterm Infant
  • Meconium Aspiration Syndrome
  • Myelomeningocele(spinabifida)
  • Necrotizing Enterocolitis
  • Neonatal Alloimmune Thrombocytopenia
  • Neonatal Complications
  • Neonatal Conjunctivitis
  • Neonatal Diabetes Mellitus
  • Neonatal Disorder
  • Neonatal Infection
  • Neonatal Jaundice
  • Neonatal Lupus Erythematosus
  • Neonatal Sepsis
  • Neonatal Tetanus
  • Neonatal-onset Multisystem Inflammatory Disease
  • NeonatalMedicine
  • Neural Tube Defects
  • Neurodevelopmental Outcome Of Preterm Infants
  • Obesity And Weight Management
  • Patent Ductus Arteriosus
  • Pediatric Dermatology
  • Pediatric Hospital Medicine
  • Pediatric Ophthalmology
  • Pediatrics/Neonatal Care Nursing
  • Perinatal Asphyxia
  • Perinatal Mortality
  • Periventricular Leukomalacia
  • Periviable Birth
  • Persistent Fetal Circulation
  • Physiologic Transition
  • Postnatal Assessment Of Gestational Age
  • Postterm Infant
  • Premature Rupture Of Membranes
  • Preterm Birth
  • Primary Infantile Glaucoma
  • Primary(congenital)encephalocele
  • Rare Diseases
  • Retinopathy Of Prematurity
  • Scalp Lesions In The Newborn And Infant
  • Sclerema Neonatorum
  • Sepsis
  • Short-term Complications Of The Preterm Infant
  • Skin Nodules In Newborns And Infants
  • Still Birth
  • Syndromes With Craniofacial Abnormalities
  • Transient Tachypnea Of The Newborn
  • Vascular Lesions In The Newborn
  • Zika Virus