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22nd World Congress on Pediatrics, Neonatology & Primary Care, will be organized around the theme “Exploring Advancements in Pediatrics, Neonatal and Child Care”
Pediatrics Neonatal Care 2018 is comprised of 18 tracks and 117 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Pediatrics Neonatal Care 2018.
Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks. All related abstracts are accepted.
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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.
- Track 1-1Pediatric Nutrition
- Track 1-2Pediatric Ophthalmology
- Track 1-3Pediatric Dermatology
- Track 1-4Gastrointestinal disorders in children
- Track 1-5Pediatric Psychology
- Track 1-6Pediatrics Vaccines
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.
- Track 2-1Neonatal Resuscitation
- Track 2-2High-risk pregnancies
- Track 2-3Amniocentesis
- Track 2-4Blood clotting disorders
- Track 2-5Pregnancy hypertension (high blood pressure)
- Track 2-6Multiple births (twins, triplets, etc.)
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.
- Track 3-1Childhood Nutrition
- Track 3-2Attention Deficit Disorder
- Track 3-3Behavior management
- Track 3-4Dietary Deficiencies (Macro and Micronutrients)
- Track 3-5Diet-related noncommunicable diseases
- Track 3-6Maternal anemia
- Track 3-7Perinatal stroke
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.
- Track 4-1Blood cell disorders
- Track 4-2Miscellaneous multisystem diseases
- Track 4-3Respiratory Syncytial Virus infection
- Track 4-4Neural tube defects
- Track 4-5Congenital heart defect
- Track 4-6Fragile X syndrome
- Track 4-7Down syndrome
- Track 4-8Spina bifida
- Track 4-9Cystic fibrosis
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.
- Track 5-1Neonatal drug therapy
- Track 5-2Drugs in Neonatal Resuscitation
- Track 5-3Challenges with the neonatal drug study design
- Track 5-4Drug Metabolism and Elimination
- Track 5-5Pediatric drug research
- Track 5-6MMR (measles, mumps, and rubella )
- Track 5-7DTaP( diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis)
- Track 5-8Meningococcal vaccines
Neonatal Intensive care specializes in the care of ill of premature or new born infants. New born babies who need intensive medical attention like having medical complications or babies who have been born prematurely or birth defects and infections are admitted into a special area of the hospital called the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). 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.
- Track 6-1Improvement approach to neonatal care
- Track 6-2Neonatal Breathing problems
- Track 6-3Neonatal Disorders
- Track 6-4Neonatal Genetics
- Track 6-5Neonatal Surgery
- Track 6-6Birth complications and congenital anomaly
- Track 6-7Neonatal nursing
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.
- Track 7-1Constipation and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
- Track 7-2Eosinophilia esophagitis
- Track 7-3Inflammatory bowel disease
- Track 7-4Functional gastrointestinal disorder
- Track 7-5Short bowel syndrome
- Track 7-6Chronic functional abdominal pain
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.
- Track 8-1Neonatal neurology
- Track 8-2Hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
- Track 8-3Craniofacial anomalies
- Track 8-4Medically refractory epilepsy
- Track 8-5Neuromuscular diseases in the newborn
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.
- Track 9-1Joint infections and tumors
- Track 9-2Limb and spine deformities
- Track 9-3Spondylolysis
- Track 9-4Chronic Childhood Arthritis
- Track 9-5Cerebral palsy
- Track 9-6Osteomyelitis
- Track 9-7Physical Trauma
The renal system plays a tremendous role in the 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.
- Track 10-1Neonatal renal physiology
- Track 10-2Neonatal Endocrinology
- Track 10-3Placental Blood Loss
- Track 10-4Kidney Development after Birth
- Track 10-5Renal Physiology & Function
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.
- Track 11-1Congestive Heart Failure
- Track 11-2Intensive Cardiac Care
- Track 11-3 Heart Failure and Transplantation
- Track 11-4Fetal Cardiology
- Track 11-5Cardiac Catheterization and Intervention
- Track 11-6Preventive Cardiology
- Track 11-7Pulmonary Hypertension
- Track 11-8Anticoagulation
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.
- Track 12-1Leukemia
- Track 12-2Retinoblastoma
- Track 12-3Bone Cancer
- Track 12-4Neuroblastoma
- Track 12-5Lymphoma
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.
- Track 13-1Treating Self-Harm in Children and Adolescents
- Track 13-2Deliberate self-harm (DSH) prevalence and etiology
- Track 13-3Non suicidal self-injury (NSSI)
- Track 13-4Self-soothing strategies
- Track 13-5Extreme Parenting styles and self-harm
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.
- Track 14-1Perinatal hypoxia
- Track 14-2Maternal anemia
- Track 14-3Asphyxiation
- Track 14-4Perinatal stroke
- Track 14-5Physical Trauma
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 development. The 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.
- Track 15-1Motor development
- Track 15-2Peer pressure
- Track 15-3Dietary Deficiencies (Macro and Micronutrients)
- Track 15-4Diet related non communicable diseases
- Track 15-5Maternal anemia
- Track 15-6Perinatal stroke
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.
- Track 16-1Galactosemia
- Track 16-2Traumatic brain injury
- Track 16-3Myelin disorders
- Track 16-4Maple-syrup urine disease
- Track 16-5Medium-chain acyl-CoA dehydrogenase (MCAD) deficiency
- Track 16-6Phenylketonuria (PKU)
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.
- Track 17-1Meningococcal vaccines
- Track 17-2Dietary Deficiencies (Macro and Micronutrients)
- Track 17-3Attention Deficit Disorder
- Track 17-4Vascular anomalies of the brain and spinal cord
- Track 17-5Nutritional care and disease
- Track 17-6Priorities for nutrition content
- Track 17-7Exercise physiology
- Track 17-8Molecular, cellular and human metabolism
- Track 17-9Gene-nutrient interactions
- Track 17-10Nutritional metabolomics
- Track 17-11Malnutrition
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 auto antibodies of Ro/La family are passed to her child in utero. These auto antibodies 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.
- Track 18-1Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE)
- Track 18-2Neonatal Lupus Erythematosus
- Track 18-3Congenital Lupus
- Track 18-4Drug-induced Lupus Erythematosus
- Track 18-5Nutrient profile models