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12thAsia Pacific Pediatrics Congress , will be organized around the theme “Recent Advances and Future Directions in Pediatrics”

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Neonatology is a branch of medicine concerned with the care, development, and diseases of new-born infants. Sometimes babies are born before their bodies are ready to leave the womb. Important organs such as the heart, lungs, stomach, and skin may not be mature enough to function without special help. Although paediatrician can take care of most medical issues of babies, a Neonatologist is trained particularly to deal with the most complicated and high-risk conditions.

 

  • Track 1-1Preterm birth defects
  • Track 1-2Neonatal Resuscitation
  • Track 1-3Neonatal sepsis
  • Track 1-4Neonatal jaundice
  • Track 1-5Neonatal Diabetes
  • Track 1-6Neonatal Genetics
  • Track 1-7Immunization of preterm infants
  • Track 1-8Infections in Newborns
  • Track 1-9Nutrition and Breastfeeding
  • Track 1-10Neonatal Nursing
  • Track 1-11Neonatal Intensive Care Units
  • Track 1-12Neonatal Pulmonary disorders
  • Track 1-13Neonatal reflexes

Pediatrics is the branch of medicine dealing with the wellbeing and health care of infants, children and adolescents from birth up to the age of 18. The purposes of the study of pediatrics is to moderate new-born and infant rate of deaths, regulate the spread of infectious disease, promote healthy lifestyles for a prolonged disease-free life and aid to ease the complications of children and adolescents with chronic conditions. Pediatricians diagnose and treat numerous conditions among children and also involved with the prevention, early detection, and management of problems that occur in children.

 

  • Track 2-1Paediatric injuries
  • Track 2-2Paediatric social stresses
  • Track 2-3Paediatric functional disabilities
  • Track 2-4Paediatric behavioural problems
  • Track 2-5Paediatric organ diseases and dysfunctions
  • Track 2-6Paediatric cancers
  • Track 2-7Paediatric genetic and congenital conditions
  • Track 2-8Paediatric infections
  • Track 2-9Paediatric developmental delays and disorders
  • Track 2-10Paediatric mental disorders

Pediatric essential medicinal services incorporates wellbeing administration and preventive direction; observing physical growth and development; age-appropriate screening; diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic sicknesses; Management of genuine and life threatening diseases in pediatrics. A primary care doctor is normally the first medical physician reached by a patient on account of reasons, for example, eases of communication, available area, and progressively issues of cost and care requirements.

 

  • Track 3-1Paediatric injuries
  • Track 3-2Paediatric injuries
  • Track 3-3Comprehensive care
  • Track 3-4Selective care
  • Track 3-5Child health disparities
  • Track 3-6Childhood genetic disorder
  • Track 3-7Infant common fever
  • Track 3-8Pediatric infections

During the first six months after delivery, the baby is fed only on breast milk, and the baby depends on the mother for all nutrient requirements. Breast milks consist of all the essential nutrients that are not found in any other supplements. Breast feeding is best for the healthy growth and development of growing infants and is has a number of health benefits to both mother and baby.

 

  • Track 4-1Importance of breastfeeding
  • Track 4-2First 1000 Days
  • Track 4-3Breastfeeding Benefits to babies
  • Track 4-4Breast feeding premature babies
  • Track 4-5Health benefits to breast feeding mothers

Public health Pediatrics deals with poverty and child health, early brain and child development, obesity, mental health and local public health initiatives. Ensuring ideal health for children requires a population-based approach and association between pediatrics and public health. The incorporation of clinical practice with public health actions is essential for multiple levels of disease prevention that involve the child, family, and community.

 

  • Track 5-1Child Abuse
  • Track 5-2Child Neglect
  • Track 5-3Obesity
  • Track 5-4Mental Health
  • Track 5-5Child development
  • Track 5-6Poverty
  • Track 5-7Disease Control and Prevention

Nutrition in first 1000 days life is essential for the immune system development and wellbeing of the child. Pediatric obesity is a predominant nutritional disorder in children and adolescents worldwide mainly in developed countries. Childhood obesity leads to many other health problems in children such as type 2 diabetes, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, liver and kidney diseases. There are different factors responsible for the cause of obesity in children such as eating habits, genetics, Hormonal causes, environment, metabolism, and lifestyle.

 

  • Track 6-1Balanced diet for children
  • Track 6-2Pediatric Obesity Consequences
  • Track 6-3Prevention of Obesity
  • Track 6-4Eating disorders
  • Track 6-5Obesity treatment in Children
  • Track 6-6Essential nutrition for Pediatrics
  • Track 6-7Prevention of obesity

Cancer in children can occur anywhere in the body, including the blood and lymph node system, brain and spinal cord, kidneys, and other organs and tissues. Cancer can be malignant or benign. A malignant cancer tumour will grow in one place and can spreads to other parts of the body. A benign tumor can grow but will not spread to any other parts.

  • Track 7-1Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
  • Track 7-2Brain Tumors
  • Track 7-3Neuroblastoma
  • Track 7-4Wilms Tumor
  • Track 7-5Lymphoma
  • Track 7-6Mixed glial neuronal tumors
  • Track 7-7Embryonal tumors
  • Track 7-8Ependymoblastoma
  • Track 7-9Pineal tumors

Bacterial, viral, parasitic or fungal infections are all types of infectious diseases that can make children sick. These illnesses need to be treated by specialists who are committed to preventing and treating acute and chronic infectious diseases including HIV and AIDS. Pediatric infectious disease specialists are expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of infectious diseases in children.

 

  • Track 8-1Lyme disease
  • Track 8-2HIV/AIDS
  • Track 8-3Complicated pneumonias
  • Track 8-4Osteomyelitis
  • Track 8-5Tuberculosis
  • Track 8-6Persistent fever
  • Track 8-7Lymphadenopathy

Pediatric nurses work with patients from infancy to young adulthood, giving developmental screenings, immunizations, and treating common illnesses like chicken pox and tonsillitis. Pediatric nurses will teach the parents how to prevent childhood diseases, proper nutrition and diet for the growth and development of their child.

 

  • Track 9-1Direct nursing care
  • Track 9-2Neonatal Nursing
  • Track 9-3Pediatric Emergency Nursing
  • Track 9-4Palliative paediatric nursing
  • Track 9-5NICU Nursing
  • Track 9-6Role of pediatric registered nurse

Renal disease is one of the major reasons for mortality. Pediatric patients with renal infection, particularly younger ones may give nonspecific signs and symptoms random to the urinary tract. Paediatric Nephrology specializes in the diagnosis and management of kids with a variety of acute and chronic kidney related diseases.

  • Track 10-1Urinary tract infection
  • Track 10-2Acquired Health Problems
  • Track 10-3Congenital Health Problems
  • Track 10-4Conditions & Treatments
  • Track 10-5Hereditary Diseases
  • Track 10-6Hypertension
  • Track 10-7Glomerular disease
  • Track 10-8Renal involvement in systemic disease
  • Track 10-9Decreased renal function
  • Track 10-10Electrolyte and acid-base abnormalities
  • Track 10-11Abnormal urinalysis
  • Track 10-12Chest pain

About one in every 100 children has a heart problem. Many different types of heart problems can affect children. They include congenital heart defects, viral infections that affect the heart, and even heart disease acquired later in childhood due to illnesses or genetic syndromes. The treatment for child’s heart defect will depend on the cause of the problem. Most heart defects resolve by themselves over time, and some can be fixed with medicine. 

  • Track 11-1Congenital heart defects
  • Track 11-2Congestive heart failure
  • Track 11-3Cyanosis
  • Track 11-4Fainting (syncope) / dizziness
  • Track 11-5Heart murmurs
  • Track 11-6Palpitations
  • Track 11-7Pericarditis
  • Track 11-8Causes for Heart defects
  • Track 11-9Treatments for heart defects

Pediatric surgery is a subspecialty of surgery including the surgery of fetuses, infants, children, adolescents, and young adults. Some pediatric diseases require surgery such as congenital malformations, abdominal wall defects, chest wall deformities, childhood tumors, Separation of conjoined twins etc.,.

 

  • Track 12-1Pediatric Conditions & Treating
  • Track 12-2Neonatal surgeries
  • Track 12-3Appendicitis
  • Track 12-4Spleen disorders
  • Track 12-5Congenital malformations
  • Track 12-6Childhood Cancers surgeries

Allergy and asthma is the most common among the health effects that occur in children. Some of the common allergies observed in children are food allergies, hay fever, sneezing, cough, itching, nausea, stomach ache, fatigue, and headache. Allergies can be controlled by medical treatment and through early immunizations. Initial injection of vaccines and continuation up to 3-5 years will help to increase immunity against different allergies in Pediatrics.

 

  • Track 13-1Nasal congestion
  • Track 13-2Ear infections
  • Track 13-3Food allergies
  • Track 13-4Eye allergies
  • Track 13-5Eye allergies
  • Track 13-6Eczema
  • Track 13-7Chronic sinus infections

The endocrine system in children helps to maintain all metabolic functions of their body and releases hormones which play an important role for their proper growth and development. Pediatric endocrinologists treat children with different hormonal problems such as growth, puberty, diabetes, thyroid, obesity and sexual development. These endocrine disorders and hormonal problems can have significant effects on a child’s physical and emotional well-being.

 

  • Track 14-1Growth problems
  • Track 14-2Pituitary gland disorders
  • Track 14-3Pituitary gland disorders
  • Track 14-4Adrenal gland disorders
  • Track 14-5Ovarian and testicular dysfunction
  • Track 14-6Early or delayed puberty
  • Track 14-7Thyroid disorders
  • Track 14-8Ambiguous genitals/intersex

Inappropriate function of any part of brain will be considered as neurological disorder which leads to developmental problems in children. The symptoms of the neurological disorders may be physical as well as psychological. Such disorders can be evaluated through different diagnostic techniques.

 

  • Track 15-1Neonatal neurology
  • Track 15-2Brain malformations
  • Track 15-3Pediatric sleep disorders
  • Track 15-4Developmental disorders including autism
  • Track 15-5Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
  • Track 15-6Diagnostic Tests for Neurological Disorders

Pediatric Pharmacology involves the gathering of clinical pharmacology information, such as information regarding the pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic properties of a product pertaining to dose selection and individualization. This guidance and approach help in obtaining the considerations for conducting studies so that the accurate dosing and information for drugs and biologic products in pediatric populations can be sufficiently characterized, leading to well-designed trials to evaluate safety and effectiveness. Significant advancements have been made in pediatric therapeutics over the last few years to truly benefit from the pharmacological research efforts and translate them into dosing recommendations that are evaluated in a adequately powered randomized clinical trial manner.

 

  • Track 16-1Pediatric Medication
  • Track 16-2Drug therapy in newborns
  • Track 16-3Pediatric clinical trials
  • Track 16-4Pediatric clinical pharmacology
  • Track 16-5Pediatric pharmacotherapeutics
  • Track 16-6Pediatric toxicology
  • Track 16-7Pediatric Pharmacokinetics