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13th World Congress on Pediatrics, Neonatology and
Pediatric Surgery, will be organized around the theme “Optimal & Surgical Care towards Pediatrics”
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Neurosurgical problems seen by Pediatric neurosurgeons are quite different from those seen by general neurosurgeons. Since Pediatric neurosurgical problems were often present for life, infants with disorders of the nervous system often need close, prolonged Pediatric follow-up through adolescence sometimes as early as the new-born period.
Neurosurgery is one of the latest disciplines to be created, which was originally recognized in the early 1900s. Today, however, it is one of the leading medical fields in the world of science and medicine, which requires the use of a variety of the most advanced technologies currently available.
A Pediatric surgeon is the word used for professionals in this field, develops the patient's best treatment plan, conducts pre-operative examinations and preparations, and screens the progress of the patient as part of post-operative care. Pediatric surgery is a surgical subspecialty that includes the surgery of embryos, infants, children, adolescents, and young adults. Whereas Pediatric surgery also comprises the patient's diagnosis, it is more involved in treatment, particularly surgical care. Pediatric surgery is divided into different kinds of expertise. Such as Pediatric surgical oncology, Pediatric cardiothoracic surgery, Pediatric neurosurgery, Pediatric urological surgery, Pediatric hepatological surgery, Pediatric orthopedic surgery, Pediatric vascular surgery, and Pediatric oncological surgery
- Track 2-1Fetal surgery
- Track 2-2Eye surgery
- Track 2-3Vascular surgery
- Track 2-4Cardio thoracic surgery
- Track 2-5Trauma surgery
- Track 2-6Plastic Surgery
The Pediatric cardiac procedure is performed to repair heart defects that give birth to an adolescent with congenital heart defects and cardiac diseases that need surgery after birth. The surgery is important for the well-being of children. In Pediatric age, congenital heart disease is currently being treated. A large number of patients, however, need adult-age care. There is a wide range of pediatric cardiology research. Foetuses’, neonates, babies, children, teenagers, young adults, and adults are examined and cared for by Pediatric cardiologists. Intensive cardiac treatment, cardiac catheterization and operation, electrophysiology, imaging, foetal cardiology, exercise physiology, preventive cardiology, heart failure and transplantation, and pulmonary hypertension are specific areas of medical and academic concern. In inpatient and outpatient settings, cardiology is performed.
Infants may need surgery for a wide range of gastrointestinal conditions (new-born esophageal atresia, choledochal cysts, etc.), malformations, and diseases — from appendicitis to tumors, and more complex problems of the esophagus, liver, pancreas, abdomen, and intestines. Additional Pediatric Gastrointestinal surgery implicates surgery to correct annorectal malformations, and surgery for Pediatric digestive cancers.
- Track 4-1Esophageal atresia in newborns
- Track 4-2Tracheoesophageal fistula
- Track 4-3Intestinal atresias
- Track 4-4Choledochal cysts
- Track 4-5Necrotizing enterocolitis
- Track 4-6Imperforate anus
- Track 4-7Biliary atresia
Among the population diagnosed each year, Pediatric cancer produces less than 1% of all cancers. New-born cancer can occur anywhere in the body, including those of the blood and lymph node system, brain and spinal cord (CNS), kidneys, as well as other organs and tissues. For children diagnosed after the age of 14, there is an increasing amount of cancer research. As these children start to reach young adulthood, they may have distinct health, social, and emotional needs that vary from those with cancer in younger children. These are part of a group sometimes referred to as teenagers and young adults.
- Track 5-1Leukemias
- Track 5-2Brain tumors
- Track 5-3Soft tissue tumors
- Track 5-4Liver tumors
- Track 5-5Germ cell tumors
- Track 5-6Postpartum period
Organ transplantation is a surgical procedure that produces an organ from a single body to replace a damaged or absent organ in the body of a recipient. Since 1988, more than 15,000 Pediatric heart, kidney, or liver transplant recipients have been registered. Longer survival rates due to advances and improvements in clinical and postoperative treatment have greatly improved the quality of life of the patients, leading to increased participation of primary care doctors in their care. The successful transplantation of organs involves the heart, kidneys, liver, lungs, pancreas, intestine and thymus. It is difficult to transplant certain organs, such as the brain. Tissues comprise bones, tendons, cornea, skin, heart valves, nerves, and arteries (both referred to as musculoskeletal grafts). The kidneys were the most commonly transplanted organs worldwide, accompanied by the liver and then the heart. The most frequently transplanted tissues are cornea and musculoskeletal grafts; these outnumber organ transplants are more than tenfold.
Oral disorders are addressed mainly through surgery involving the appropriate diagnosis and treatment of oral and maxillofacial disease. In this oral surgery, dental problems such as extracting a tooth, gum surgery, root canals and also cutting or removing tissue from the mouth are treated primarily.
The endocrine system consists of various types of endocrine glands such as the hypophyseal gland, thyroid gland, hypothalamus gland, adrenal gland, pineal gland, parathyroid gland. Each and every gland in this endocrine system is responsible for different types of body functions such as development, metabolism, and particular children's mood. The endocrine system is like the nervous system an information transmission system, yet its consequences and mechanisms are classifiable distinct. The effects of the endocrine system are slow to initiate and extended in response from a few hours to weeks.
- Track 8-1Disorders of puberty
- Track 8-2Disorders of adrenal gland
- Track 8-3Hypoglycemia
- Track 8-4Inborn errors of metabolism
- Track 8-5Pseudo hypoparathyroidism
The musculoskeletal issues of an infant vary from those of an adult. As children continue to grow, the body's response to wounds, diseases, and deformities may be quite different from what a full-grown person would see. The best way to manage children with complex Pediatric problems is through a medical-surgical team approach. Orthopedic Pediatric surgeons are diagnosing, treating and handling musculoskeletal problems of children, such as:
- Track 9-1Deformities of the leg and spine reported at or later in life (clubfoot, scoliosis, variations in the length of the limb)
- Track 9-2Gait abnormalities (limping)
- Track 9-3Broken bones
- Track 9-4Bone or joint infections and tumours
The most critical unit in pediatric hospitals is a surgical emergency. It is the most extreme treatment for bacterial and viral diseases. Asphyxia Cardiac arrest, problems with the ventilation in infants and children, and also high fever are common challenges with dehydration. Pediatric emergency department (ED) accounts for as many as 20 percent of children with fever.
By medical procedure, multiple childhood eye disorders can be treated and daily intercessions are as simple as wearing eyeglasses or an eye patch or using eye drops. Moreover, for childhood glaucoma, cataract, retinoblastoma or other genuine eye diseases, medical intervention or cosmetic surgery is required. Children need to be handled differently from adults when it comes to eye care. Therefore, this session deals with Pediatric Ophthalmology's advanced care and developments.
Neonatology is essentially the sub-part of Pediatrics or, to be exact, it is a specialty that deals with the newborns ' specific health issues. When it comes to pregnancy complications, premature birth or any other birth defect, a neonatologist's role comes into play at a broad level. Today, the new-born’s are kept in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) in most of the recognized hospitals. It is fairly complex to understand the biology of each child and the basic or advanced diseases related to their birth, and neonatology is the medical field that facilitates the process.
Fetal surgery is done when the baby is not counted on to live long enough to be born or to live long after birth, except when fetal surgery is performed. For example, if a fetus has an extreme case of inherent diaphragmatic hernia, where the liver is in the chest and lung improvement is severely limited, fetal surgery is performed to decrease the severity of the problem and enable the child to live to birth for further corrective surgery.
- Track 12-1Neonatal care
- Track 12-2Minimally invasive fetal surgery
- Track 12-3Neonatal surgery
- Track 12-4Medical care of newborn infants
- Track 12-5Techniques of open fetal surgery
- Track 12-6Indications
- Track 12-7Open fetal surgery
Pediatric urology emphasizes on a wide range of urological issues affecting children, including incontinence, disinfection of the urinary tract, vesicoreteral reflux, hypospadias, undescended testis, kidney, bladder, vagina, and adolescent testicular changes. Advances in technology and instrumentation have made Laparoscopic and Endoscopic urological surgery in children more and more practical, removing many other problems related to open surgery
Pediatric dermatologists use the currently available medical methods to treat a wide variety of Pediatric skin diseases.
In order to promote awareness and advance the treatment of respiratory, allergic and immunological diseases in children, Pediatric allergy is an important subject to study. It highlights epidemiological research on children's most common chronic diseases — asthma and allergies — and many less common and rare diseases. Sore or swollen adenoids and tonsils in children are normal. Children's environmental and food allergies occur when the children's immune system reacts to normal, harmless substances in the environment. Viruses, such as influenza virus (flu) and adenovirus, often cause pneumonia. Certain viruses are common causes of pneumonia in young children and babies, such as respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) and human meta-pneumovirus. Some of the children's allergic reactions include red eyes, atopic dermatitis (eczema), itchiness, runny nose, hives, asthma attack, and sinusitis.
Head and neck surgery are also known as Otorhinolaryngology (also known as Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery) is an inside pharmaceutical surgical subspecialty that arranges with ear, nose, and throat (ENT) states and related head and neck structures. The claim to fame is frequently known to be ahead and neck surgery facility (otholaryngology – head and neck surgery, or OHNS). Otorhinolaryngologists, otolaryngologists, ENT specialists, ENT specialists, or head and neck specialists are considered specialists who display significant authority here. Patients are searching for diagnosis from an otorhinolaryngologist for head, nose, mouth, skull base vomiting, and surgical administration of diseases and heart and neck tumors.
- Track 16-1Craniofacial surgery
- Track 16-2Cosmetic facial surgery
- Track 16-3Scalp surgery
- Track 16-4Head and neck reconstruction
- Track 16-5Cosmetic facial surgery
- Track 16-6Benign and malignant tumors of the head and neck Surgery
- Track 16-7Upper airway obstruction
Recent progress has been made in pediatric surgery in several areas. During the specialty's formative years, pioneering work has made it possible to correct many dangerous congenital malformations. Childhood disorder surgical treatment has also made tremendous progress.
According to the recent advances in Minimal Access Surgery in pediatrics, due to the lack of adequately sized instruments, the applicability of some new advances in pediatric surgery was slower than its adult equivalent. Considering these numerous barriers, the specialization developed in children's Minimal Invasive Surgery (MIS). The number of Minimally Invasive Surgery procedures in the pediatric age group is currently growing steadily. The advancement of technology, the development of smaller instruments and better training are crucial to its success.
- Track 17-1Laparoendoscopic Single-Site surgery in urology
- Track 17-2Minimally invasive & Robotic surgery
- Track 17-3Robotic abdominal surgery
- Track 17-4Robotic surgery
- Track 17-5Rapid prototyping technology
- Track 17-6Cohort of open surgery pediatric robot
The major cause of mortality and morbidity in children are respiratory diseases. Pediatric pulmonology focuses primarily on lung, respiratory and chest conditions diagnosis and treatment. This panel deals with the management and development of pediatric pulmonary surgery, airway obstructions, and pediatric pulmonary patient intensive care.
- Track 18-1Congenital Lung Cysts
- Track 18-2Pediatric Esophageal & Airway Reconstruction
- Track 18-3Removal of Pediatric Lung Lesions
- Track 18-4Pneumonectomy
- Track 18-5Pediatric or Neonatal Flexible Bronchoscopy
- Track 18-6Rigid Bronchoscopy
- Track 18-7Chest wall oscillation
The 2020 Pediatric Surgery Scientific Session focuses on the clinical dimensions of pediatrics, scientific, mental, educational, or ethical. Clinical pediatrics depends not on theoretical knowledge, but a practical observation.
- Track 19-1Clinical Pediatric Emergency Medicine
- Track 19-2Clinical Pediatric Nursing
- Track 19-3Clinical Pediatric Care
- Track 19-4Pediatric Psychology
Pediatrics is the medicine division that deals with babies, children and adolescents ' physical, mental and social wellbeing. Pediatrists are physicians specialized in Pediatrics, Pediatric care provides a wide range of healthcare services ranging from prevention to acute and chronic disease diagnosis and treatment of children from birth to young adulthood.
- Track 20-1Pediatric Nephrology
- Track 20-2Pediatric Rheumatology
- Track 20-3Pediatric Cardiology
- Track 20-4Pediatric Hematology & Oncology
- Track 20-5Pediatric Pulmonology
- Track 20-6Pediatric Pulmonology
- Track 20-7Pediatric Neurology
- Track 20-8Pediatric Obesity & Nutrition
- Track 20-9Pediatric allergy & Immunology