The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.
Gynecology & Obstetrics
Gynaecology and obstetrics are the studies of the female reproductive system. Read on to find out more. Gynaecology normally means, the medical ob gyn doctors treating women who aren’t pregnant, while obstetrics deals with pregnant women and their unborn children, but there is lots of crossover between the two. For example, women may be referred to gynaecologists for ob gyn care in the earlier stages of pregnancy, and obstetricians later in their term.
- Track 1-1Contraception
- Track 1-2Pregnancy Care and Delivery
- Track 1-3 Physiology of Menstruation and Ovulation
- Track 1-4Basics of Breast Diseases related to OB/GY
- Track 1-5Obstetrical Analgesia and Anaesthesia
- Track 1-6Infections in Pregnancy
- Track 1-7Recent Advances in Medical and Surgical Management
- Track 1-8Normal Pregnancy, Labour & Puerperium
- Track 1-9Placenta - Development, Structure, Functions.
- Track 1-10Lactation Support
Maternal-Fetal Medicine (MFM) physicians are high-risk pregnancy experts, specializing in the un-routine. For pregnant women with chronic health problems, MFM physicians work with women for women gyn with other clinical specialists in an office or hospital setting to keep the woman healthy as her body changes and her baby grows. We also care for women who face unexpected problems that develop during pregnancy, such as early labour, bleeding, or high blood pressure. We’re the go-to for pregnant women who arrive in the hospital for any reason, whether after an accident or at the onset of a kidney infection. In other cases, it’s the baby who faces the un-routine. If we find birth defects or growth problems, we can find an obstetrician to start treatment before birth, providing monitoring, blood transfusions and surgery to support babies with the best possible care until they are ready to arrive in the world.
- Track 2-1Pre-Pregnancy Underweight and Fetal Growth
- Track 2-2Pregnancy Termination Practice
- Track 2-3Signalling, Status and Inequities in Maternal Healthcare
- Track 2-4Body Mass Index (BMI) Guidelines for Fertility Treatment
- Track 2-5Maternal Fetal Medicine Practice & Procedures
- Track 2-6Fetal Blood Sampling
A professional in midwifery is known as a midwife. Midwifery, also known as obstetrics, is the health science and the health profession that deals with the reproductive gynecology that includes pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period (including care of the new-born), besides sexual and reproductive health of women throughout their lives. Midwifery-led continuity of care is where one or more midwives have the primary responsibility for the continuity of care for childbearing women, with a multidisciplinary network of consultation and referral with other health care providers. The actual duties of the midwife in obstetrics and gynecology associates categories includes antiquity consisted mainly of assisting in the birthing process, although they may also have helped with other medical problems relating to women when needed.
- Track 3-1Midwifery Care
- Track 3-2Midwifery in Low Income Countries
- Track 3-3Recent Developments in Midwifery Research
- Track 3-4Midwifery in Multi-Ethnic Community
Gynecological Endocrinology is related to the control and function of the different endocrine glands in women, the effects of reproductive events on the endocrine system, and the consequences of endocrine disorders on reproduction. A gynecological endocrinologist, more commonly called a reproductive endocrinologist, is a doctor who specializes in the treatment of disorders related to fertility, menstruation and menopause. They must undergo years of training and be board certified to practice.It is related to the control and function of the different endocrine glands in women with gynecology infertility, the effects of reproductive events on the endocrine system, and the consequences of endocrine disorders on reproduction.
- Track 4-1Fetal-Placental Neuroendocrine Development
- Track 4-2Paediatric and Adolescent Gynecology
- Track 4-3Pregnancy and Diabetes
- Track 4-4Neuroendocrinology of Reproduction
- Track 4-5Reproductive Endocrinology
Urogynecology is a sub-specialty of Gynecology and in some countries is also known as Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery. An urogynecologist manages clinical problems associated with dysfunction of the pelvic floor and bladder. Pelvic floor disorders affect the bladder, reproductive organs, and bowels. Common pelvic floor disorders include urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse and fecal incontinence. Increasingly, Urogynecologists or the ob gyn sonographer are also responsible for the care of women who have experienced trauma to the perineum during childbirth.
- Track 5-1Gynecologic and Urology Surgery
- Track 5-2Complications in Endoscopic Surgery
- Track 5-3Management of the Ureter During Pelvic Surgery
- Track 5-4Urinary Incontinence and Interstitial Cystitis
- Track 5-5Vaginal Agenesis and Vesicovaginal Fistulas
Gynecologic Oncology is a specialized field of medicine that focuses on cancers of the female reproductive system, including ovarian cancer, uterine cancer, vaginal cancer, cervical cancer, and vulvar cancer. As specialists, they have extensive training in the diagnosis and treatment of these cancers.
- Track 6-1Radiation Therapy for Gynecologic Cancers
- Track 6-2Palliative Care in Gynecological Oncology
- Track 6-3Oncology Scan â€“ Gynecological Cancers
- Track 6-4Ovarian and Cervical Oncology
- Track 6-5Fibroids and Breast Oncology
Reproductive medicine is a branch of medicine that is concerned with prevention, diagnosis and management of infertility and reproductive problems. It include improving or perpetuating reproductive health and allowing people to have children at a time of their choosing. It is founded on knowledge of reproductive anatomy, physiology, and endocrinology, and incorporates relevant aspects of molecular biology, biochemistry and pathology. It also deals with issues such as menopause, puberty and certain sexual problems.
- Track 7-1Regenerative Medicine and Their Application
- Track 7-2Personalized Reproductive Medicine
- Track 7-3Biomarkers in Reproductive Medicine
- Track 7-4Reproductive Cloning
- Track 7-5Hysteroscopy Prior to Assisted Reproductive Technique
Infertility means not being able to conceive as well as being unable to carry a pregnancy to full term. In many countries it refers to a couple that has failed to conceive after 12 months of regular sexual intercourse. According to studies, slightly over half of all cases are a result of female conditions and rest are caused by either sperm disorders or unidentified factors. Infertility in men is due to alcohol consumption, toxins, smoking and health problems. There are some treatments that are specifically both for men or for women which involve drugs and assisited reproductive technology.
- Track 8-1Infertility Evaluation and Treatment Among Women
- Track 8-2Tubal Infertility and Ectopic Pregnancy
- Track 8-3Obesity & Surgical Management of Infertility
- Track 8-4Artificial Gametes and Ovarian Stimulation
- Track 8-5Risk of Idiopathic Male Infertility
Gynecological Surgery, is the first and premier peer-reviewed scientific journal dedicated to all aspects of research, development, and training in gynecological surgery. This field is rapidly changing in response to new developments and innovations in endoscopy, robotics, imaging and other interventional procedures. Gynecological surgery is also expanding and now encompasses all surgical interventions pertaining to women’s health, including oncology, urogynecology and fetal surgery.
- Track 9-1Tubal Ligation
- Track 9-2Uterine Artery Embolization
- Track 9-3Salpingoophorectomy
- Track 9-4Oophorectomy
- Track 9-5Colposcopy & Hysteroscopy
- Track 9-6Laparoscopy & Laser Surgery
- Track 9-7Female Urology
- Track 9-8In Vitro Fertilization
- Track 9-9Microsurgery
- Track 9-10Endometrial Biopsy
The science and art of providing quality health care to women has made tremendous strides in recent years. In the subspecialties of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, recent advances in laboratory techniques and in clinical diagnostic, surgical and laparoscopic skills have improved the prevention and early detection of disease. New frontiers have been established in Maternal Fetal Medicine, Reproductive Medicine and Gynaecological Oncology. This issue focuses on the recent advances that make important reading to the busy clinician on whom the up-grading of clinical skills is imperative and vital to the good practice of Obstetrics and Gynaecology in the years ahead.
- Track 10-1Carcinoma of the Cervix
- Track 10-2Ovarian Function and its Disorders
- Track 10-3Biology of the Ovary
- Track 10-4Human Fetal Endocrines Tu
Present day IUDs are a critical part of family arranging administrations and an astounding prophylactic decision for appropriately screened ladies, giving contraception that is sheltered, successful, durable and financially savvy. Potential research procedures for what's to come are likewise talked about. Only 2 types of medicated IUDs have been extensively tested in women - the IUD releasing copper and the IUD releasing progesterone. Modifying the IUD by adding a pharmacologically active agent to the inert device was attempted to order to reduce its side effects and increase its efficacy. The drug can act through an effect on the pituitary-ovarian axis, inhibiting ovulation; on spermatazoa, inhibiting implantation; on the endometrium, making it hostile to the implanting ovum; or on uterine motility or luteal activity, thus working as an abortifacient. These various mechanisms of action are reviewed, followed by a group and general discussion.
- Track 11-1Uterine Geometry and IUD Performance
- Track 11-2The Effect of the IUD on the Ultrastructure of the Endometrium
- Track 11-3Physiological Mechanisms of IUDs
- Track 11-4Pituitary-Ovarian Function in IUD Users
- Track 11-5Intrauterine Contraception with the Progestasert
Family planning is the practice of controlling the number of children in a family and the intervals between their births by means of artificial contraception or voluntary sterilization. It is concerned to a woman who may wish to have no children, as well as the age at which she wishes to have them. These matters are effected by external factors such as financial position marital situation, career considerations, any disabilities that may affect their ability to have children and raise them, besides many other considerations. Sometimes it is used as synonym for access to and the use of contraception and other techniques to control the timing of reproduction. Other commonly used techniques are sex education, calendar method, cervical mucus method, hormonal contraception and vaginal ring.
- Track 12-1Family Planning - Evaluation of Weight and Blood Pressure
- Track 12-2Advanced Methods in Family Planning
- Track 12-3Teenage Pregnancy
- Track 12-4Post-Abortion Family Planning
- Track 12-5Contraceptive vs Family Planning
- Track 12-6
Menopause is well known concept in Gynecology. It is the time in a woman's lives when her menstrual period stops permenantly. This process does not occur overnight, but rather is a gradual process, most often between the age of 45 and 52. A woman has reached menopause when she has not had a period for one year and has not had any vaginal bleeding. It may also be defined by a decrease in hormone production by the ovaries. In those who have had surgery to remove their uterus but they still have ovaries, menopause may be viewed to have occurred at the time of the surgery or when their hormone levels fell. Following the removal of the uterus, symptoms typically occur earlier, at an average of 45 years of age. The number of Research institutes working on Menopause concepts are about 40-50 and the number of Universities are approximately 250 which are consisting menopause topics in the department of Gynecology and the funding towards the research on this topic is in between the figures of $30000 - $50000 ,Target audience are of about 20% in the industry.
- Track 13-1Age at Menopause
- Track 13-2Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
- Track 13-3Premature Menopause
- Track 13-4The Immune System in Menopause
- Track 13-5Metabolic Transitions at Menopause
- Track 13-6Management of Menopause
Health-related behavior is one of the most important elements in woman's health and well-being. Its importance has grown as sanitation has improved and medicine has advanced. Diseases that were once incurable or fatal can now be prevented or successfully treated and health-related behavior has become an important component of public health. The improvement of health-related behaviors is, therefore, central to public health activities. Lifestyle related diseases associated with physical inactivity and poor diet quality, causes diseases such as polycystic ovary syndrome, gestational diabetes mellitus and type 2 diabetes.
- Track 14-1Physical Activity in Women
- Track 14-2Alcohol Use and Alcohol Problems in Women
- Track 14-3Eating Disorders in Women: Current Issues and Debates
- Track 14-4Behavioural Changes in Women During Menopause
- Track 14-5Psychology of Women During Pregnancy
Prenatal diagnosis employs a variety of techniques to determine the health and condition of an unborn foetus. Without knowledge gained by prenatal diagnosis, there could be an untoward outcome for the foetus or the mother or both. Congenital anomalies account for 20 to 25% of perinatal deaths. Specifically, prenatal diagnosis is helpful for managing the remaining weeks of the pregnancy, determining the outcome of the pregnancy, planning for possible complications with the birth process, planning for problems that may occur in the newborn infant, deciding whether to continue the pregnancy and finding conditions that may affect future pregnancies. There are a variety of non-invasive and invasive techniques available for prenatal diagnosis. Each of them can be applied only during specific time periods during the pregnancy for greatest utility. The techniques employed for prenatal diagnosis include Ultrasonography, Amniocentesis, Chorionic villus sampling, fetal blood cells in maternal blood, maternal serum alpha-fetoprotein, maternal serum beta-HCG and Maternal serum estriol
- Track 15-1Prenatal Diagnosis Process
- Track 15-2Advanced Techniques for Prenatal Diagnosis
- Track 15-3Prenatal Diagnosis, Molecular Genetic Analysis
- Track 15-4Prenatal Diagnosis Using Three-Dimensional Ultrasound
- Track 15-5Detection and Prevention of Cogenital Anomalies
Health care is the maintenance or improvement of health via the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease, illness, injury, and other physical and mental impairments in human beings. Healthcare is delivered by health professionals (providers or practitioners) in allied health professions, chiropractic, physicians, physician associates, dentistry, midwifery, nursing, medicine, optometry, pharmacy, psychology, and other health professions. It includes the work done in providing primary care, secondary care, and tertiary care, as well as in public health.
- Track 16-1Primary healthcare
- Track 16-2Mental health practitioners
- Track 16-3Healthcare and technology
- Track 16-4Healthcare education
- Track 16-5Healthcare and social issues
- Track 16-6Health insurance