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Pediatrics Meet 2018

About Pediatric & Neonatal Care Conference

21st Global Summit on Pediatrics, Neonatology & Primary Care being held on July 16-17, 2018 in Dubai, UAE.

The main theme of the Summit falls on “Probing Latest Trends in Pediatrics, Neonatology & Primary Care

Pediatrics Meet 2018  feels honored and obliged in inviting all of the, academicians, doctors, practitioners,  researchers, scientists, professionals, delegates from around the globe to go to 21st Global Summit on Pediatrics, Neonatology & Primary Care which incorporates incite keynote presentations, Oral Sessions on Pediatrics, Neonatology & Primary Care, Pediatric Workshops, young researcher talks, Pediatric and Neonatology Symposium, Pediatric, Neonatology & Primary Care Poster Sessions and Exhibitions.

Pediatrics Meet 2018 is intended to give professionals an investigation of the key part of Pediatrics and Neonatology in health & Primary care management. This Pediatric Event is intended to give a chance to the specialists in the field of Pediatrics, Neonatology, Healthcare, Primary Care and Medical professional to look at latest movements, up gradations, revelations, headways and challenges in the field.

Pediatrics Meet 2018 is expected to give an in vogue
pediatrics phase to Clinical Pediatricians, enlisted and diverse pros and understudies working in the field to consider, exchange views and their experiences before an extensive worldwide social occasion of individuals. The social gathering welcomes Presidents, CEO's, Delegates and present-day authorities from the field of Pediatrics, Neonatology, Healthcare, Primary Care and other relevant administration positions to participate in these sessions, B2B get together and board talks.

Pediatrics Conferences are arranged annually crosswise over the Middle East, Europe, Ireland, Israel, Germany, Liechtenstein, Argentina, Lithuania, Finland, Luxembourg, Hungary, Oman, Italy, Norway, Poland, Macedonia, Portugal, Romania, Australia, Czech Republic, Switzerland, India, United Kingdom, Belgium, United States, Brazil, Georgia, Canada, China, Chile, Latvia, Turkey, Ukraine, Egypt, Thailand, UAE, Sweden, Vietnam, Denmark, Mexico, Spain, Jamaica, Singapore, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Kuwait, Netherlands Russia, Japan, Bulgaria, Malaysia, Philippines, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Taiwan, South Africa, France, New Zealand, Asia with the sole topic of accelerating logical disclosures.

Why attend?

Members from around the world focused on learning about Pediatrics, Neonatology, Primary Care and its advances in making an improved health; this is the best occasion to reach the largest gathering of associates from the Pediatrics society. Conduct presentations, share information, meet with popular and potential scientists, make a splash with new drug developments, and receive the honour at the esteemed event. World-renowned speakers, the most recent techniques, developments, and the newest updates in Pediatrics are the hallmarks of this conference.

Target Audience:

Data Management Companies
Manufacturing Medical Devices Companies
Medical Colleges
Pediatric Associations and Societies
Pediatric Faculty
Pediatric Nurses
Pediatric Physicians
Pediatric Researchers
Pediatric Scientists
Primary Care Professional
Training Institutes
Primary Care Doctors
Neonatology Faculty
Business Entrepreneurs

Conference Venue

Dubai, an emirate in the United Arab Emirates known for modernistic construction and architecture, luxury shopping, and of course lively nightlife scene. An 830m-tall tower, Burj Khalifa, overlooks the skyscraper-filled skyline. Speaking of artificial islands, just offshore is Atlantis, The Palm, a resort with water and marine-animal parks. At its foot lies Dubai Fountain, with jets and lights choreographed to hymnography. Dubai recently won the bid for the World Expo 2020.

Dubai was rated as one of the best places to live in the Middle East by American global consulting firm Mercer. Dubai Creek played a vital role in the betterment of living of the society in Dubai originally and was the set point which caused the commercial growth in Dubai. The Dubai Miracle Garden, a 72,000-square meter flower nursery, originated in Dubai estate. It is currently the world's largest flower garden. It has 45 million flowers with re-use of wastewater through drip irrigation.

Dubai is considered as an important center for higher education healthcare, well reputed and prestigious colleges and Universities. Dubai conferences indeed play a vital role in promoting scientific information and ideas all over the world. It can be estimated as a proper means for the sharing of valuable information about research and new progressions worldwide. The conferences being held here would benefit a diversity of scientific approaches among contenders belonging to diverse areas of science and technology. They serve as a significant center of gravity for reputed and profoundly affiliated global scientific leaders and provide an opportunity for reviewing the various research highlights at an international podium.

Sessions/ Tracks

Sessions Related to Pediatrics Meet 2018 Conference

Track 1: Pediatric Diet

Pediatric Nutrition is the sustenance of a proper well-balanced diet consisting of the vital nutrients and the adequate caloric intake necessary to promote growth and sustain the physiologic necessities at the various stages of a child's development and growth. Infant nutritional needs vary considerably with the level of activity, age, and environmental circumstances, situations, conditions and they are direct to the rate of growth. Dairy products are essential to increase the calcium intake of the body. Child nutrition must consist of essential Vitamins and Minerals which help the growth and development. Proteins are the basic units required mainly for the development of the body muscles and in all the metabolic activities of the body. Dairy products help to increase the calcium intake of the body which is essential for a newborn child.

  • Nutritional Monitoring in Pediatrics

  • Nutrition in Normal Infants: Breast Feeding

  • Food Allergies in Pediatrics

  • Pediatric Malnutrition Effects

  • Pediatric Obesity Effects

  • Pediatric Malnutrition Causes

  • Dietary Management of Diarrhea in Pediatrics

  • Pediatric Eating Disorders

  • Diagnosis, Immunization & Preventive Measures

  • Pediatric Surgery

Track 2: Pediatric & Neonatal Nutrition

Pediatric Nutrition is the sustenance of a proper well-balanced diet consisting of the vital nutrients and the adequate caloric intake necessary to promote growth and sustain the physiologic necessities at the various stages of a child's development and growth.

Neonatal Nutrition is essential, especially to encourage growth and sustain the physiologic demands at the various stages of a child's development in the early stages of life. Breast Feeding and complementary feeding has important ingredients that are not found in any infant formula, to build the baby’s immune system.  In general, babies should be at least 4 pounds before they are ready to come out of the incubator.

  • Breast Feeding

  • Feeding Issues

  • Gastroenterology

  • Gastroesophageal Reflux

  • Infant Nutrition

  • Malnutrition

  • Neonatal Breastfeeding

  • Neonatal Cholestasis

  • Nutrition Requirements of Premature Infants

  • Pediatric Nutritional Deficiencies

Track 3: Child & Adolescent Obesity

Adolescent obesity is a state where excess body fat negatively affects a child's health or well-being. Due to the rising prevalence of obesity in children and its many adverse health effects, it is being recognized as a serious public health concern. The diagnosis of obesity is often based on BMI, as the methods to determine body fat directly are difficult and costly. The term overweight rather than obese is often used in children as it is less stigmatizing.

Worldwide, childhood obesity inclinations are causing severe public health affairs and in many countries threatening the viability of basic health care delivery. It is an independent risk factor for cardiovascular diseases and significantly increases the risk of morbidity and mortality. The last two decades have witnessed a remarkable increase in medical costs due to obesity and related issues among children and adolescents. Childhood obesity is a global phenomenon affecting all socio-economic groups, irrespective of sex, age or ethnicity.

  • Adolescents Obesity

  • Dietary Management in Pediatrics

  • Epidemiology

  • Aetiopathogenesis of Childhood Obesity

  • Neuroendocrinology

  • Healthy Eating

  • Food and Nutrition

  • Physical Activity

  • Food Nutrition and Body Weight

Track 4: Clinical Pediatrics

Clinical Pediatrics is a restorative diary that takes to distribute and to access data on a change of tyke focus mind points alongside those of a logical, instructive, behavioural, clinical or moral nature. Clinical Pediatrics sensitivity is likewise a standout amongst the most imperative and generally considered territories in novel research of this field. The introductory discovery of growth in youngsters likewise is taking prior consideration in Clinical Pediatrics disease.

  • Adverse Drug Reactions

  • Birth Defects

  • Clinical Monitoring

  • Clinical pediatric emergency medicine

  • Clinical pediatric Care

  • Clinical Pediatrics Nursing

  • Clinical Pediatrics Practices

  • Clinical Trial Management System

  • Pediatric Disorders

  • Pediatric obesity

  • Toxicology in Children

Track 5: Challenges in Pediatric Drug Development

There are lots of diseases in children for which proper drugs are not available. These unmet medical issues are more so because a large number of drugs is not approved for children yet prescribed to them. It has been a real challenge for more than five decades. The important aspect of child care is to understand the stages of growth and development. Most important among all organ system is the central nervous system. Focusing on all subtle changes in this vulnerable phase is highly crucial. Drugs should be formulated keeping all aspects in mind. Starting from infancy till late adolescence, the phase observes a lot of changes. Moreover, animal models do not provide the perfect platform to approve any drug formulation. So, the need to scrutinize each step is very necessary. Yet a ray of hope has been found with concurrent success regarding hepatic pharmacology, pharmacogenomics and population pharmacokinetics which have provided genuine data for absorption, distribution, metabolism, and elimination status of some pediatric drugs.

  • Past, Present, and Future of Pediatric Drug Development

  • Ethical Concerns Related to Pediatric Drug Development

  • Pharmacological Policies in Pediatric Drug Development

  • Clinical Trials in Pediatric Drug Development.

  • Formulation, Chemistry, and Safety Endpoints

Track 6: Child Developmental & Behavioral Disorders

The developmental years in the children are very dynamic phases. A simple mood swing can turn into grave concern if not treated properly. Understanding child emotion is one of the toughest jobs. Long-term problems should be taken care of by qualified professionals. Problems may range from depression to serious neurological problems like autism, bipolar disorder etc. National Institute of Mental Health has cited that nearly 15% of global children are affected by mental disorder. There are instances where a child cannot even sit still for few seconds, unable to concentrate or show dis-organized mentality. This is a part of the mental disorder. In some cases, a child may seem to be isolated, lost in his own world and cannot connect very well with the society. There are many manifestations of the behavioural disorders. Parents and caretakers must recognize the problems and should find a proper remedy for them. Neglecting this disease at an early stage can lead to very serious issues later which might not be curable ever.

  • Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

  • Autism

  • Bi-polar Disorder in Children

  • Anxiety Disorders in Kids

Track 7: Pharmaco-Therapeutic Referrals (CPR)

The Department of Pharmaco-Therapeutic Referrals(CPR) is a taxonomy centred to describe and array the circumstances demanding a referral from physicians to pharmacists (and vice versa) concerning the pharmacotherapy used by the cases. It is a simple and efficient classification of pharmaco-therapeutic referrals between physicians and pharmacists permitting a common inter-professional language. It is adapted to any type of referrals among health specialists, and to improve its specificity it can be linked with ATC codes, ICD-10, and ICPC-2 PLUS.

  • Healthcare Provision

  • Contraindication

  • Medicalization

  • Pharmacological Treatment

  • Pharmacotherapy

  • Drug Addiction

  • Socio-healthcare System

Track 8: Primary Care Ethics

Primary care ethics is the study of the daily decisions that primary care professionals execute, such as time management for every patient, how to appease their own preferences and those of their cases, when and where and why to refer or examine, how to maintain and respect confidentiality when dealing with patients and families. All these decisions include values, as well as facts and, are therefore ethical issuesPrimary care ethics is not a discipline; it is an important field of study which is simultaneously an aspect of primary health care and applied ethics.

  • Healthcare Systems

  • Furor Therapeutics

  • Therapeutic Parsimony

  • Emergency Medication

  • Therapeutic Hospitality

Track 9: Neonatal Jaundice

Neonatal jaundice or neonatal hyperbilirubinemia is yellowing of the skin and other tissues of a just-born infant. A bilirubin level of more than 85 μmol/l (5 mg/dL) leads to a jaundiced appearance in neonates whereas in adults a level of 34 μmol/l (2 mg/dL) is needed for this to occur. In newborns, jaundice is detected by blanching the skin with pressure applied by a finger so that it reveals underlying skin and subcutaneous tissue. Jaundiced newborns have yellow discolouration of the white part of the eye, and yellowing of the face, extending down onto the chest.

Neonatal jaundice can make the infant sleepy and interfere with feeding. Extreme jaundice can cause permanent brain damage from kernicterus.

  • Unconjugated Bilirubin

  • Spherocytosis

  • Hereditary Elliptocytosis

  • Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase Deficiency

  • Pyruvate Kinase Deficiency

  • Cephalohematoma

  • Dubin-Johnson Syndrome

  • Breastfeeding Jaundice

  • Transcutaneous Bilirubinometer

Track 10: Neonatal Orthopaedics

The neonate, which is undergoing the most rapid growth of his life and many conditions of the musculoskeletal systems, are most easily diagnosed and treated during this time. Conditions manifested by extremity and joint contractures, such as clubfoot, congenital hip dislocation, meningomyelocele, and arthrogryposis, ideally are treated in the neonatal period. Delayed treatment may require prolonged immobilization, extensive surgery, and prolonged or permanent disability.

Neonatologists are now well equipped with different types of biochemical testing procedures, amniocentesisultrasonography, foetal monitoring, continuous positive airway pressure (cPAP), mechanical ventilation and other methods. Despite such improvement, even today 10% surviving infants in advanced countries have a major handicap like cerebral palsy.

  • Abnormal Feet

  • Bone Marrow Disorder

  • Metatarsus Adductus

  • Muscular Torticollis

  • Neonatal Orthopedic Surgery

  • Newborn Orthopedic Problems

  • Talipes Equinovarus

Track 11: Neonatal Cardiology

Neonatal Cardiology is the fetal diagnosis and treatment given to pregnant women at risk of or known to be carrying babies with heart problems. Neonatal heart dysfunctions mainly include heart defects connected with similar other diseases, such as a heart muscle disease(cardiomyopathy), diaphragmatic hernia or infection (myocarditis), Heart difficulties due to lung masses, etc. Congenital heart disease (CHD) is most common with a congenital disease in a baby. A neonatal cardiologist is a paediatrician who has obtained highly professional training in diagnosing and treating babies with cardiac problems.

  • Cyanosis

  • Fatigue

  • Hypertension in Neonates

  • Poor Blood Circulation

  • Rapid Breathing

Track 12: Neonatal Nursing

Neonatal nursing is a part of nursing education that works for infant adolescents up to 28 days after birth. Babies are born with a variety of difficulties including infection, prematuritycardiac malformationssurgical problems and birth defects according to the National Association of Neonatal Nurses (NANN). Neonatal nursing generally incorporates care for those infants who undergo difficulties soon after birth, but it also incorporates care for infants who endure long-term difficulties correlated to their prematurity or sickness after delivery. Neonatal nurses attend sick newborns until they are released from the hospital, even if that takes some period.

  • Challenges in Neonatal Nursing

  • Neonatal Critical & Health Care

  • Role of Midwives in Neonatal Mortality Rate

  • Surfactants

  • The Incubator

Track 13: Neonatal Dermatology

Dermatology is a part of medical Science that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the hair, skin and nails. Infants can acquire various types of skin conditions soon after they are born; these conditions last only a short time and generally go away. Babies commonly have skin problems, like diaper rash or cradle capInfant hair loss is normal- is a natural part of the growth and development of many babies. Babies often lose their hair during the first six months as it has a growth stage and a resting stage, so this kind of hair loss is called telogen effluviumNail disorders are common among infants. Paronychia is commonly known as a bacterial nail infection in babies. There are 2 types of paronychia; acute (short-term) and chronic (long-term). A Neonatal/pediatric dermatologist is a physician who is trained to evaluate and treat Infants with benign and malignant disorders of the skin, hair, nails and adjacent mucous membranes.

  • Bacterial Skin Infections

  • Fungal Skin Infections (e.g. ringworm)

  • Herpes and Other Viral Skin Infections

  • Acne

  • Skin Cancer

  • Blistering Disorders

  • Vitiligo and Pigmentation Disorders

  • Psoriasis & Scabies

  • Benign Tumors and Cysts

Track 14: Latest Trends in Child Neurology

Pediatric Neurology is for the most part involved with the blend of neurology and pediatricsPediatric Neurology is considered as the field of medication, for the most part, manages different scatters which are seen in different sensory systems. Child Neurology manages and analyzes the issue and in addition treats a wide range of illnesses which are associated with focal and fringe sensory systems alongside its subdivisions. The primary point of the autonomic sensory arrangement and additionally natural sensory orders involves the covering, tissues.

  • NeuroTherapeutics & Diagnostics

  • Neuroinformatics

  • Neuropathology

  • Neuropharmacology

  • Pediatric Anesthesia

Track 15: The Adverse Drug Reactions in Children (ADRIC)

To assess the Adverse Drug Reactions in children an effective program has been launched namely the adverse drug reactions in children. It helps in determining the size and nature of the ADRs taking place with respect to the drugs presently available in markets. It has offered a thorough assessment of what could be the probable reason, nature and size of ADR, how to estimate the safe limit of the drugs and creating a database for the same. The result will be improved understanding and proper recommendation of the drugs for children. Their study involves Pharmacokinetic study as well. There are tools developed to examine and quantify ADR. This way drug abuse of children can be eliminated soon.

  • Pharmacovigilance

  • Safety Assessment

  • Immunopharmacology

  • Pharmacogenomics

  • Congenital Anomaly

  • The comorbid Disease States

  • Synergistic Effects

Track 16: Advancements in Pediatric Surgery

After the Second World War, the new branch of surgery-related only to children right from the fetal stage to adolescence developed. It encompasses fetal development, neonatal surgerypediatric gastroenterology and laparoscopic techniques. There are a lot of differences in the fetal tissue as compared to adults. There are many complications while dealing with any surgery related to children. The restoration capability of children is way more effective. Exploitation of this knowledge can lead to proper surgical success in children.

  • Fetal Surgery

  • Neonatal Surgery

  • Surgical Gastroenterology

  • Surgical Oncology

  • Pediatric Laparoscopy

Track 17: Neonatal Ophthalmology

The branch of medicine that deals with the physiology, anatomy, and diseases of the eyeball and orbit are called Ophthalmology. An ophthalmologist is a specialist in medical and surgical eye disease. Many ophthalmic issues can be seen in neonates. Such disorders can be detached or be related to other systemic irregularities. Timely referral, determination, and administration are basic to permit ideal visual improvement. The basic time of visual improvement is in the initial 6 months after birth. Newborn children who meet screening criteria for Retinopathy of prematurity ought to be screened to help genuine visual sequelae, including visual deficiency. Pediatricians and neonatologists should identify ocular abnormalities and refer patients for detailed ophthalmic evaluation if necessary.

  • Clinical Ophthalmology

  • Glaucoma: Visual Field Loss

  • Neonatal Cornea and Corneal Diseases

  • Neonatal Neuro-Ophthalmology

  • Neonatal Ophthalmology Surgery

  • Neonatal Retina & Retinal Disorders

  • Ocular Microbiology and Immunology

  • Ophthalmology Practice

  • Optometry & Vision Science in Infants

Track 18: Genetics in Pediatrics

According to global pediatric healthcare report, genetic disorders in children lead to 50% of child mortality and 25% of admissions in pediatric nursing homes. Many a time, it is not possible to detect at an early stage as the manifestations take place at a later stage. It is generally suggested to take three generation pedigree analysis to confirm the prevalence of the genetic disorder in the new-born.  X-linked recessive traits can be analyzed by the dominance of affected males in the family. Similarly, chromosomal errors are evident with developmental defects or dysmorphic manifestations. Problems in secondary sexual characteristics are also of genetic origin. According to the survey, it has been noticed that most of the childhood deaths are attributed to genetic disorders rather than non-genetic factors. Geneticists are therefore concentrating more on the cause and onset. In fact, they are keeping track of the environmental factors as well as the combined factors that might lead to the disease. Thus, prenatal genetic counselling or karyotyping is necessary for the continuation of the healthy legacy of family.

  • Pedigree Analysis

  • Chromosomal Aberrations

  • Growth Disorders

  • Mendelian Disorders

  • Secondary Sexual Characteristics Disorders

  • Karyotyping

  • Genetic Counseling

Track 19: Pediatric Cardiology & Pulmonology

Pediatric Cardiology and Pulmonology deals with the cardiac and pulmonary conditions of children. It includes congenital heart disease which means children are born with it. According to the survey by American Heart Association, these diseases affect nearly 8 out of 1000 new-born. Children may sometimes suffer from an irregular heartbeat, a condition known as Arrhythmia. Some babies may develop high blood pressure. Kawasaki disease is a long-term disorder of heart disease that also affects children. These diseases need to be treated at earliest for the children to have a healthy heart when they grow up.

  • Genetic Counseling

  • Cardiomyopathy

  • Pediatric Cardiomyopathy

  • Congenital Heart Defects

  • Surgical Techniques

  • Heart Failure

  • Univentricular Heart

  • Cardiopulmonary Bypass

Track 20: Pediatric & Neonatal Vaccines

A type of generalized tetanus given to the newborn infant is called Neonatal Tetanus. Babies not having obtained passive immunity from the mothers are susceptible towards this. The spores which cause tetanus are unrestricted all around, so the main counteractive action is vaccination. Three legitimately dispersed doses of Tetanus Toxoid Vaccine are suggested for the mother of childbearing age, either earlier or during the time of pregnancy; this will shield their future infants from neonatal tetanus after delivery.  

  • Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine

  • Diphtheria-Tetanus-Acellular Pertussis

  • Inactivated Poliovirus Vaccine

  • Haemophilus Influenza

  • Guillain–Barré Syndrome

  • MMR Vaccine

  • Meningococcal Conjugate Vaccine

  • Anti-vivisectionists

  • Vaccines for Children Program (VFC)

  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Track 21: Adolescent Health

Young people between the age group of 10 and 19 years – are often thought of as a healthy group. Nevertheless, many adolescents do die prematurely due to suicide, accidents, violencepregnancy-related complications and other illnesses that are either preventable or treatable. Much more suffer chronic ill-health and disability. Many serious diseases happening in adulthood have their roots in adolescence. For example, tobacco use, sexually transmitted infections including HIV, poor eating and exercise habits, lead to illness or premature death later in life.

  • Child protection

  • Drug and Alcohol services and Youth Drug Courts

  • Drug, Alcohol services & Youth Drug Courts

  • General Practitioners

  • Justice Health

  • Mental Health Services

  • Psychology

  • School Health Services

  • Social Work

  • Transition Care

  • Youth Health Nursing

  • Youth Health services

  • Youth Work & Youth Development Services

Track 22: Pediatric Emergency Medicine

Children with head injuries frequently present to emergency departments. The test of the supplier is to determine which children have critical intracranial injuries that require intervention. Sepsis is a serious condition that happens when child's body overreacts to an infection. Sepsis is one of the most complex and challenging diseases in medicine. Timely diagnosis and initiation of therapy are required to prevent unnecessary increases in patient morbidity (bleakness) and mortality.

Pediatric Emergency Medicine is a restorative subspecialty of both pediatrics and emergency medicine. It includes the care of undifferentiated, unscheduled kids with intense ailments or wounds that require quick therapeutic consideration. While not often giving long haul or proceeding with care, pediatric emergency specialists embrace the essential examinations and intercessions to analyze patients in the intense stage, to liaise with doctors from different specialities, and to revive and settle kids who are truly sick or harmed. Pediatric emergency doctors for the most part practice in healing Centre emergency offices.

  • Drug Overdose

  • Head Injury

  • Immunological Disorders

  • Poisoning

  • Sepsis

  • Severe Infection

  • Trauma

Track 23: Pediatric Critical Care

The heart basic care unit is staffed by a multidisciplinary group of medicinal services suppliers who work cooperatively to give fantastic care to this fundamentally sick patient populace. The group incorporates going to a cardiologist, a pneumonic basic care intensive’s, a going to doctor spend significant time in heart disappointment and a cardiovascular individual in preparing. The Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Unit (CICU) takes care of individuals who are truly sick with heart or lung issues. Pediatric Emergency Medicine is a restorative subspecialty of both pediatrics and emergency medicine. It includes the care of undifferentiated, unscheduled kids with intense ailments or wounds that require quick therapeutic consideration. While not often giving long haul or proceeding with care, pediatric emergency specialists embrace the essential examinations and intercessions to analyze patients in the intense stage, to liaise with doctors from different specialities, and to revive and settle kids who are truly sick or harmed. Pediatric emergency doctors for the most part practice in healing centre emergency offices.

  • Pediatric Trauma

  • NICU

  • CICU

Track 24: Pain Management

Pain management, pain control, pain medicine, is a part of medicine engaging an interdisciplinary method for relieving the suffering and elevating the quality of life of those breathing with prolonged pain. The typical pain management team includes pharmacists, medical practitionersphysiotherapists, clinical psychologists, nurse practitionersoccupational therapists, physician assistants, and clinical nurse specialists. Pain seldom resolves immediately once the underlying ordeal or diagnostics has restored, and is handled by one practitioner, with medications such as analgesics and (occasionally) anxiolytics. Effective management of persistent pain, though, often requires the coordinated trials of the management team.

  • Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

  • Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation

  • Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drug (NSAID, Naproxen sodium)

  • Intrathecal Drug Delivery System

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

  • Pain Catastrophizing Scale

Track 25: Pediatric Oncology

Pediatric oncology is a healthy development in drug associated with diagnosing and treating kids, as a rule up to the age of 18, with malignancy. It is thought to be one of the most challenging of specialities because, despite favourable treatment of many children, there is a high death rate still connected with different sorts of malignancies. Sorts of Pediatric Oncology include Pediatric Hematology Oncology, Neuroblastoma in Children, Pediatric Leukemia, Clinical Trials, Advanced Pediatric Oncology DrugsBrain Tumor in Children, Advances in Pediatric Oncology Treatment, Oncology Nursing and Care, Pediatric Oncology DiagnosticPediatric Radiation OncologyRadiotherapy Oncology and Pediatric Neuro-Oncology.

  • Advancing our Understanding of Neuroblastoma

  • Attacking Brain Tumors

  • Ewing Sarcoma

  • Focus on Translational Research

  • Genomic Approaches to Drug Discovery

  • Harnessing the Immune System to Fight Cancer

  • New Approaches to Sarcoma Research

Track 26: Pediatric Allergy & Infections

Pediatric Allergy is one of the important issues in Pediatric Medicine to promote understanding and advance the treatment of immunologic diseases, allergic and respiratory issues in children. It maintains the epidemiologic investigation on the common persistent illnesses of children—asthma and allergies—as well as many rare diseases and uncommon diseases. Swollen or enlarged adenoids and Tonsils are common in children. Environmental and food allergies in children occur when the children’s immune system reacts to normally harmless substances present in the environment. Viruses, such as the influenza virus (flu) and adenovirus often cause Pneumonia. Other viruses, such as a respiratory syncytial virus(RSV) and human metapneumovirus, are common causes of pneumonia in adolescent children and toddlers. Some of the Allergic reactions in children include red eyes, atopic dermatitis(eczema), itchiness, runny nose, urticaria (hives), an asthma attack and sinusitis.

  • Allergic Rhinitis

  • Allergy and Asthma

  • Anaphylaxis

  • Bacterial Infections

  • Blood Infections

  • Bone Infections

  • Hay Fever

  • Hives

  • Immunotherapy

  • Influenza and Pneumonia

  • Joint Infections

  • Medication

  • Parasitic Infections

  • Sinusitis

  • Skin Infections

  • Travel Related Infections

  • Viral Infections

Track 27: Neonatal & Adolescent Medicine

Adolescent medicine is a therapeutic subspecialty that concentrates on care of inmates who are in the juvenile phase of growth, usually varying from the latter end of elementary school until graduation from College (some doctors in this subspecialty treat young grown-ups attending university at neighbourhood dispensaries, in the subfield of institute wellness). Patients have usually entered adolescence, which typically starts between the ages of 11 and 13 for youths.

  • Pediatric & Adolescent Gynecology

  • Eating Disorders

  • Management of High-Risk Infants

  • Intensive Care Nursery

  • Postpartum Care of the Mother

  • Pedigree Analysis

  • Chromosomal Aberrations

  • Growth Disorders

  • Mendelian Disorders

  • Secondary Sexual Characteristics Disorders

  • Karyotyping

  • Genetic Counseling

Market Analysis

About the Conference:

Diseases in children are very common. Ranging from a short-term disease like respiratory, ocular or gastrointestinal infections to long-term disorders like diarrhoea, asthma etc. are very common among kids. These treatments sometimes consume a lot of financial resources of the parents. Moreover, change in lifestyle has added more to this.
According to the global market, pediatric healthcare market has seen a sharp rise at
CGAR of 8% from 66 billion in 2010 to 81% in 2013. Recent news forecasts a growth of 4.97% in the year of 2017-2021. Complementing this growth, the prevalence of chronic disease in children has also increased at a rate of 7.2%.  Increase in the frequency of diseases, especially the chronic ones is helping in the growth of pediatric healthcare market as people are bound to seek service from them. This has led industrialists to invest more in this sector. This has, in turn, stirred the government and some non-profit sectors to spend in primary health care so as to keep an eye on the legitimacy of the pediatric market. Pediatric drugs market has also seen a surge. With growing concerns of parents and researchers, this sector has been focused a lot during recent years.

The key market players in this sector include InfaCare Inc., Medeira Therapeutics, Crucell Biologics Inc., Actelion Pharma ceuticals Ltd, Abbott Laboratories, Gilead Sciences, GlaxoSmithKline plc, Johnson & Johnson, Eli Lilly, AxcanPharma USA, Pfizer, Sanofi, and Wyeth etc.

The primary health care market has seen a strategic growth in the United Arab Emirates. UAE has planned to turn the Emirate into a land of medical tourism. According to global healthcare ranking, it has shifted to 28th rank in 2016 from 34th in 2010. Dubai Health Authority has announced a 12-year master plan in 2013 which includes the establishment of 40 new primary health care centres apart from the renovation of the existing ones in Dubai.

Yet the story is not over. Due to various kinds of unawareness and financial strains, this market is yet to flourish in the developing nations. These need more attention and in fact financial help from the developed country. Above all awareness is necessary which can be spread by campaigns, conferences, meetings and workshops.

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 Importance & Scope:

Global responsibility for pediatric mortality is raising drastically every annum. WHO predicts that 8.8 million deaths occur yearly amongst infants and children < 5 years of age. 3.8 million in the first 30 days of life 36% of neonatal deaths due to infectious diseases. Nearly 9 million infants under five die every year. Reflecting this imperative, we believe that professionally-oriented education in to cure pediatric diseases is essential in the training of clinicians and clinical academics who will provide the future leadership in this key area of global health. Pediatrics Meet 2018 aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results about all aspects of Pediatrics. It also provides the chance for educators, practitioners and researchers to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns, practical challenges encountered, and the solutions adopted in the fields of Pediatrics.

Pediatrics Meet 2018 is an international platform for presenting research about diagnosis, prevention and management of pediatric diseases, exchanging ideas about it and thus, contributes to the dissemination of knowledge in pediatrics for the benefit of both the academia and business. This event brings together Pediatric surgeons, neonatologists, child specialists and all the eminent researchers and experts in the field of Pediatric medicine to explore the advancements in the prevention and management of pediatric diseases. We bring together industry executives, Pediatric Pharma and Healthcare sectors making the conference a perfect platform to network, share views and knowledge through interactive discussions.

Member Associated with Pediatric Research:

Pediatric research includes several specialities like pediatric cardiology, pediatric allergy, pediatric dermatology, pediatric oncology, pediatric surgery and many more. Every pediatric speciality conducts research related to their respective topic to improve child health care. In Dubai alone, there are approximately around 577 pediatricians.

There are several general pediatricians across the globe and UAE.  As per the records, it is being acknowledged that globally 7.62% are registered pediatricians with a specific speciality. UAE is said to be a country having many pediatricians.

Hospitals Associated with Pediatric Research

Societies Associated with Pediatric Research

Different pediatric associations in Dubai, UAE and across the globe are conducting research studies to improve the child health and decrease the infant mortality rate.

Pediatric Associations across the Globe

Pediatric Trauma Society

American Academy of Pediatrics

Society for Pediatric Dermatology

American Society of Pediatric Otolaryngology

International Pediatric Association

Pediatric Infectious Disease Society

Euoropean Pediatric Association

Society for Pediatric Radiology

Academic Pediatric Association

American Pediatric Surgical Association

International Association for Pediatric Surgeons

American Pediatric Society

Society for Pediatric Research

Society of Pediatric Research

American Pediatric Surgical Nurses Association

Child Neurology Society

Society for Developmental and Behaviourial Pediatrics

The Noth American Society for Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology

Indian Academy of Pediatrics

Pediatric Academic Societies

Canadian Pediatric Association

Pediatric Endocrine Society

The Asia-Pacific Pediatric Association

Society for Pediatric Anesthesia

AmericanSociety of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology

American Pediatric Surgical Associations


Universities Associated with Pediatric Research

In Dubai, there are approximately about 23 Universities which include pediatric research. In the Middle East there are around 190 Universities and globally there are about 1350 universities which include pediatric research as one of the subjects.

Market value on Pediatric Research

It is acknowledged that the infant mortality rate is being increased due to various infectious diseases. According to the records in Dubai, the market value of pediatric research is $1145.515 million.

Market Growth of Pediatric Research in the last and upcoming ten years

As the number of infant deaths increasing the market growth in pediatric research is also increasing yearly. In the year 2013-2016, it is being acknowledged that the market value of pediatric research globally was $67 billion. The estimated market value in the future on pediatric research is $88 billion.


Products manufactured by the industries related to Pediatric Research and its market Value







Pediatric Crohn's Disease

$4.85 Billion

Johnson &Johnson


Pediatric Crohn's Disease

$5 Billion



Pediatric Asthama

$4.31 Billion


Top  Pediatric Hospitals

Middle East:

Hatta Hospital | Dubai Hospital | Rashid Hospital | Latifah Hospital (Al Wasl Hospital) | Al Baraha Hospital (Kuwaiti Hospital) | Oasis Hospital | Iranian Hospital | Jebel Ali Hospital | Cedars Jebel Ali International Hospital | American Hospital Dubai | Canadian Specialist Hospital | Emirates International Hospital | Neuro Spinal Hospital | Belhoul European Hospital | Hopital Franco-Emirien (Emirates French Hospital) | Belhoul Speciality Hospital | Medcare Hospital Jumeirah | Aster Hospital | Dr. Sulaiman Al-Habib Medical Group (HMG) | MediLux Healthcare Ltd (MHL) | Zulekha Hospital| Gulf Speciality Hospital | NMC Speciality Hospital | New Medical Centre| International Modern Hospital | Lifeline Healthcare | Welcare Hospital Garhoud | Emirates Hospital| The City Hospital| Sheikh Khalifa Medical City General Hospital| Al Mafraq Hospital | Tawam Hospital| Al Ain Hospital| Remah Medical Centre| Al Silah Hospital | Corniche Hospital | Al Rahba Hospital | Madinat Zayed Hospital | Lifeline Hospital | Al Salamah Hospital | Ahalia Hospital| Al Noor Hospital NMC Specialty Hospital | Burjeel Hospital| Middle East Specialized Medical Care Centre | Al Reef International Hospital | Dar Al Shifaa Hospital | General Medical Centre Hospital


Pediatrics Across CARE Hospitals Group|| Children's Hospital of Philadelphia| Boston Children's Hospital| Children's National Medical Center| St. Jude Children's Research Hospital| Dana-Farber/Boston Children's Cancer and Blood Disorders Center| Texas Children's Hospital |Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago (tie)|| University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children's Hospital| Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC| Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center|| Rady Children's Hospital| St. Jude Children's Research Hospital| Johns Hopkins Children's Center|| Children's National Medical Center| Children's Hospital Colorado| Children's Hospital Los Angeles| Nationwide Children's Hospital| Seattle Children's Hospital| Children's Healthcare of Atlanta| UCSF Benioff Children's Hospitals, San Francisco and Oakland|| Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center| Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt| Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford|| Children's Medical Center Dallas| Mayo Clinic Children's Center| Cohen Children's Medical Center| Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC| Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital| Rady Children's Hospital| North Carolina Children's Hospital at UNC| Nemours Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children| Primary Children's Hospital| New York-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley-Komansky Children's Hospital| Yale New Haven Children's Hospital| Phoenix Children's Hospital| Duke Children's Hospital and Health Center|St. Louis Children's Hospital-Washington University|Spectrum Health Helen DeVos Children's Hospital|University of Iowa Stead Family Children's Hospital|American Family Children's Hospital|MUSC Health-Children's Hospital|Children's Hospital at Montefiore|Levine Children's Hospital|Children's Hospital of Wisconsin|Children's Hospital of Alabama at UAB|Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health|Children's Mercy Kansas City|CHOC Children's Hospital|Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital|UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital|UF Health Shands Children's Hospital|Doernbecher Children's Hospital at Oregon Health and Science University|Cook Children's Medical Center|Children's Hospital of Michigan|Children's Cancer Hospital-University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center|Penn State Children's Hospital| Advocate Children's Hospitals, Oak Lawn and Park Ridge| Akron Children's Hospital| Arkansas Children's Hospital| Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children| Brenner Children's Hospital| Bristol-Myers Squibb Children's Hospital at RWJ Univ. Hosp.| Carilion Clinic Children's Hospital| Children's Hospital of Richmond at VCU| Children's Hospital of San Antonio| Dayton Children's Hospital


Shriners Hospitals for Children | Garrahan Pediatric Hospital | Hospital de Niños R. Gutierrez | Hospital Pedro de Elizalde ex Casa Cuna | Lady Cilento Children's Hospital, Brisbane | Mater Childrens Hospital | Royal Children's Hospital, Herston | John Hunter Children's Hospital, Newcastle | Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children | Westmead Sydney Children's Hospital, Randwick | Women's and Children's Hospital, Adelaide | Monash Children's Hospital, Clayton | Royal Children's Hospital, Parkville | Princess Margaret Hospital for Children | Anna-Kinderspital, former children's hospital in Graz | Gottfried von Preyer’sches Kinderspital | Karolinen-Kinderspital, former children's hospital in Vienna|Kinderklinik Glanzing, Vienna | Kindersanatorium Sonnegg, Hirschegg | Landes-Kinderkrankenhaus | Linz Leopoldstädter Kinderspital | Mautner Markhof’sches Kinderspital | St. Anna Kinderspital | Sankt-Josef-Kinderspital| Alberta Children's Hospital, Calgary| Stollery Children's Hospital, Edmonton | British Columbia Children's Hospital, Vancouver | The Children's Hospital of Winnipeg, Winnipeg | Janeway Children's Health and Rehabilitation Centre, St. John's | Children's Hospital at London Health Sciences Centre | Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario | Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital | The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto | McMaster Children's Hospital


Tawam Hospital| | Hopital Franco-Emirien | Sant Joan de Déu-Barcelona Children’s Hospital | Grupo Hospitalario Quirón | Vithas Xanit International Hospital| | Gayrettepe Florence Nightingale Hospital | HM Hospitales | Centro Médico Teknon| Anadolu Medical Center| Hospital Ruber Internacional | Heidelberg University Hospital | MITERA General, Maternity-Gynecology & Children’s Hospital | Medipol Mega University Hospital| Hospital Universitario HM Sanchinarro | Hospital Universitario HM Montepríncipe | Istanbul Memorial Hospital Hospital Clínic Costa Brava| Sanitas Hospitales | Heidelberg University Hospital| Quirón Madrid University Hospital| Nisa Pardo de Aravaca Hospital | Kadikoy Florence Nightingale Hospital| Hospital Quirón Torrevieja | Hospital Quirón Valencia Liv Hospital | Florence Nightingale Istanbul Hospital| Hospital General de Catalunya


Related Societies:

Asia Pacific & Middle East: Asian Pacific Pediatric AssociationThe Malaysian Pediatric AssociationAsian Oceania Society for Paediatric RadiologyPediatric Cardiac Society of IndiaAsia Pacific Paediatric Orthopaedic SocietyAsian Society for Pediatric ResearchAsian Society for Pediatric Infectious DiseasesPhilippine Medical AssociationInternational Primary Care Respiratory GroupAsian Association of Pediatric SurgeonsThe Pacific Association of Pediatric SurgeonsAsian Australasian Society of Neurological Surgeons (AASNS)Asian Surgical AssociationAsia Pacific Spine Society (APSS)Japanese Society of Pediatric CardiologyMiddle East Pediatric Orthopedic SocietyThe Malaysian Pediatric AssociationUnion of Middle Eastern and Mediterranean Pediatric SocietiesBrain Tumor Foundation for ChildrenIsrael Gastroenterology AssociationJordan Pediatric Society.

USA: American Pediatric Society Texas CityAsian Society for Pediatric Research (ASPR)Virginia, USA Society for Pediatric Pathology (SPP)Children’s Leukemic Research Association New York, USA American Academy of Paediatric Dentistry Chicago, USAAmerican Academy of Paediatrics Washington, USAAlliance Societies – POSNA Rosemont, USAAmerican Pediatric SocietyPaediatric Societies CongressAmerican Academy of DermatologyAmerican Board of DermatologyAmerican Dermatological AssociationAmerican Osteopathic College of DermatologyAmerican Society for Dermatologic SurgeryAmerican Society for Laser Medicine and SurgeryAmerican Society for Mohs Surgery.

Europe: International Society for Social PediatricsBaltic Association of Paediatric Surgeons TallinnEuropean Society For Developmental Perinatal  Paediatric PharmacologySociety of ChiropodistsEuropean Society for Paediatric NeurosurgeryItalian Society of PediatricsRussian Society of CardiologyEuropean Academy of PaediatricsEuropean society of Pediatric Neonatal Intensive CareCzech Neonatal societyEuropean academy of pediatric societiesInternational Society for Social PediatricsPediatric Surgery (EBPS),  British Association of Paediatric Surgeons (BAPS)Society of Pediatric Surgeons of the NetherlandsGerman Pediatric AssociationAssociation of Surgeons of the NetherlandsSociety of Residents in Surgery of the NetherlandsOpen Pediatrics Community‎, European Society for Paediatric Research  (ESPR)European Paediatric surgeons AssociationThe Pacific Association of Pediatric Surgeons(PAPS)


Related Conferences:

Pediatrics Conferences | Pediatrics Meetings | Pediatric Conferences 2018 | Pediatric Gastroenterology 2018 | General Pediatrics 2018 | Pediatric Oncology 2018 | Pediatric Pathology 2018 | Primary Care 2018 | Neonatology 2018 |


1.       Nutrition and Pediatrics Conference, July 16-18, 2018, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

2.       Pediatrics & Neonatology Congress November 12-13, 2018 Dubai, UAE; 

3.       Midwifery & Nursing Conference August 09-11, 2018 Abu Dhabi, UAE; 

4.       World Pediatric Congress December 10-12, 2018 Abu Dhabi, UAE; 

5.       Pediatric Ophthalmology and Optometry Conference December 10-11, 2018 Dubai, UAE; 

6.       Pediatric Infectious Diseases Conference November 22-23, 2018, Cape Town, South Africa; 

7.       Neonatal Care Conferences September 21-22, 2018 Dubai, UAE; 

8.       General Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine Conference, September 17-18, 2018, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; 

9.       Meeting on Pediatric Nutrition, Gastroenterology & Child Development, March 21-22, 2018, New York, USA; 

10.    Conference on Pediatric Oncology, September 17-18, 2018, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; 

11.    Topics in Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics and Child & Adolescent Psychopharmacology, January 7-14, 2018, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States; 

12.    Pediatric Infectious Diseases: A Primary Care and Hospitalist Approach, January 15-19, 2018, Sarasota, Florida, United States;

13.    Conferences on Pediatric Diseases and Diagnostic Pathology, July 13-14, 2018, Toronto, Canada.

14.    Conference on Pediatrics & Primary Care, September 03-04, 2018, Zurich, Switzerland

15.    Conference on Pediatric Cardiology, February 19-20, 2018, Paris, France

16.    Summit on Pediatrics, March 21-22, 2018, New York, USA

17.    Congress on Pediatric Nutrition & Child Development, March 21-22, 2018, New York, USA

18.    Pediatric Surgery Conference, May 07-08, 2018, Frankfurt, Germany

19.    Arab Pediatric Conference, Feb 01-04, 2018, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

20.    Cuba Pediatrics Summit, January 23-26, 2018, Habana

21.    Neonatology Meeting, Jun 04-05, 2018, Prague, Czech Republic

22.    Pediatrics HealthCare Conference, August 06-07, 2018, Madrid, Spain

23.    Conference on Pediatric Pharmacology, July 13-14, 2018, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

24.    Clinical Pediatrics Conference, June 14-16, 2018, Rome, Italy

25.    Maternal & Child Health Conference, February 10-13, 2018, Arlington 


New Updates : Pediatrics & Neonatology

Child Trafficking & Child Victimization: A concern  for a better future

Trafficking of children is a sort of individual trafficking and is described as the "transportation, recruitment, harbouring, transfer, and/or receipt" of a baby for the determination of bondage, bound labour and exploitation. This description is considerably broader than the same document's description of "trafficking in persons".  Children may also be trafficked for the tenacity of adoption.

Trafficking of children for employment and physical and sexual exploitation violates fundamental human rights and constitutes a significant global public health obstacle. Pediatricians and other healthcare professionals may confront cases who present with injuries, infections, suicidality, posttraumatic stress disorder, or a variety of other physical or behavioral health circumstances.

Limiting child trafficking, identifying victimization, and negotiating properly requires a public health approach that combines meticulous analysis on the risk factors, health influence, and effective treatment opportunities for child exploitation as well as implementation and evaluation of basic prevention meetings.

Healthcare experts require the education to identify potential signs of exploitation and to reconcile properly. They need to adopt a multidisciplinary, outward-focused appearance to service provision, working with non-healthcare professionals in the community to assist victims. Pediatricians also need to support for enactment and strategies that support child rights and victim assistance as well as those that address the civil determinants of health, which affect the vulnerability to human trafficking. This strategy report describes major concerns concerning public policy, medical education, research, and collaboration in the area of child labour and sex trafficking and contributes suggestions for later work.


Vitamin K Deficiency in Neonatal: Pediatrics Meet 2018

Vitamin K is a group of structurally related, fat-soluble vitamins the human body needs for complete synthesis of several proteins that are required for blood and which the body also needs for monitoring binding of calcium in bones and other tissues. Vitamin K comes in two patterns. The first type is known as vitamin K-1 or phylloquinone and can be observed in plants, such as spinach and kale. The second is known as vitamin K-2 or menaquinone and is detected in the body and formed naturally in the intestinal tract. Vitamin K deficiency in grown-ups is unusual but quite common amongst newborns. The main sign of a vitamin K deficiency is extreme bleeding caused by an inability to form blood clots. Vitamin K is found in some plant foods, such as leafy green vegetables, and is also generated by the body. There are numerous causes why newborn babies are more likely to vitamin K deficiency. These are:

•   Vitamin k does not transfer well from a mother's placenta to her baby

•    Drinking breast milk having low Vitamin K

•   Vitamin K-2 is not produced in the first few days of birth in the newborn's gut

•    Vitamin K-2 is not used efficiently newborn baby's liver

Dieticians and nutritionists suggest that grown-up men consume at least 120 milligrams (mg) per day of vitamin K and women consume 90 mg per day. Foods that are high in vitamin K include green, leafy vegetables, prunes, and fermented dairy products. Vitamin K administered at birth can prevent a deficiency occurring in Neonatal babies. It is usually given as a shot. A vitamin K shot is very necessary for newborns under specific circumstances.

Risk factors for vitamin K deficiency bleeding include:

•    Newborns not given vitamin K at birth breastfed exclusively and exposed to antibiotics

•    Babies with mothers consuming anti-seizure drugs,

     anticoagulants, or drugs for tuberculosis

•    Babies that are born prematurely

Advances in Paediatric Oncology: Pediatrics Meet 2018

What It’s Really Like To Treat Neonatal Who Have Onco  | Child do not know what is cancer | Cancer is a disease, help child to overcome and to prevent it 


Paediatric Cancer also called childhood cancer is cancer in a child. In the Western States, an arbitrarily adopted standard of the ages used are 0–14 years inclusive, that is, up to 14 years 11.9 months of age. However, the description of adolescent cancer seldom involves adolescents within the age of 15–19 years. Paediatric oncology is the branch of medicine involved with the diagnosis and medication of cancer in infants.

Differences between adults and children in the metabolism, other drug disposition mechanisms, and overall response to medications are due to profound physiological, anatomical, and developmental differences. Paediatric Oncology Drug Development is a healthy development in drug associated with diagnosing and treating children, as a rule up to the age of 18. It is thought to be one of the most challenging of pursuits because, despite affirmative treatment of many children, there is a high mortality rate still compared to the different sorts of malignancies. Paediatric Oncology include Paediatric Haematology Oncology, Oncology Nursing and Care, Paediatric Leukaemia, Advanced Paediatric Oncology Drugs, Advances in Paediatric Oncology Treatment, Neuroblastoma in Children, Clinical Trials, Paediatric Radiation Oncology, Paediatric Oncology Diagnostic, Paediatric Neuro-Oncology, Radiotherapy Oncology and Brain Tumour in Children.

Development in Paediatric Oncology is one of the greatest success sagas in oncology in the last millenary. The 5-year survival for all paediatric cancers is now 75–80%. However, the outlook of paediatric oncology in most resource-challenged countries is appalling. Although steady progression has been observed during the last few decades, the developing countries are far behind the current international standards. It is therefore pertinent and timely to introspect and analyse the past, take stock of the current challenges and opportunities and use these insights to plan the future. Paediatric oncology lags in the eastern countries than in the Western countries in all three domains: service, research and education. It is the systematic and all-round development in all these domains which will propel paediatric oncology in the developing and the underdeveloped countries to be amongst the best in the world.

Past Conference Report

Pediatric Congress 2017

The “10th World Pediatric Congress”, was held during September 28 -29, 2017 at JW Marriott Dubai, UAE, with the theme, “To Highlight the Latest Research and Technologies in Pediatrics”, which was a great success. Eminent keynote speakers from various reputed institutions and organizations addressed the gathering with their resplendent presence.

We extend our grateful thanks to all the momentous speakers, conference attendees who contributed towards the successful run of the conference.

Pediatric Congress 2017 witnessed an amalgamation of peerless speakers who enlightened the crowd with their knowledge and confabulated on various latest and exciting innovations in all areas of Pediatric research.

Pediatric Congress 2017 Organizing Committee extends its gratitude and congratulates the Honourable Moderator of the conference, Dr Layla Taryam, Ministry of Health and Prevention, UAE and for her remarkable contribution towards smooth functioning of this esteemed event.

Pediatric Congress 2017 extends its warm gratitude to all the Honourable Guests and Keynote Speakers of 10th World Pediatric Congress:

Dr Rabi Sulayman, Advocate Children's Hospital, USA

Dr Domagoja Stimac, Child and Youth Protection Center of Zagreb, Croatia

Dr Rupa Rajbhandari Singh, BP Koirala Institute of Health Sciences, Nepal

The meeting was carried out through various sessions, in which the discussions were held on the following major scientific tracks:

  • General Pediatrics
  • Child Abuse and Neglect
  • Pediatric Surgery
  • Neonatology
  • Pediatric Cardiology
  • Pediatric Oncology
  • Pediatric Infectious Diseases
  • Pediatric Critical care and Emergency medicine
  • Pediatric Neurology

We are privileged to felicitate Pediatric Congress-2017 Organizing Committee, Keynote Speakers, Chairs & Co-Chairs and also the Moderator of the conference whose support and efforts made the conference to move on the path of success. Conference Series LLC thanks every individual participant for the enormous exquisite response. This inspires us to continue organizing events and conferences for further research in the field of Pediatrics.

We are therefore glad to announce its “21st Global Summit on Pediatrics, Neonatology & Primary Care”, which will be held during July 16 -17, 2018 in the same venue Dubai, UAE. We cordially welcome all the eminent researchers, students and delegates to take part in this upcoming conference to witness invaluable scientific discussions and contribute to the future innovations in the field of Pediatrics, Neonatology & Primary Care.

See you all again in Pediatrics Meet 2018

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Conference Date July 16-17, 2018

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  • Amylase-Trypsin Inhibitors (ATIs)
  • Appalachian
  • Arterial Tortuosity Syndrome
  • Autoimmunity
  • Bioprinting
  • Bloodstream Infection
  • Bronchiolitis
  • Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia
  • Children
  • Chrorioamnionitis
  • Crohn’s Disease
  • Diabetes Mellitus
  • Donor Milk
  • Drug–Gene Interactions
  • Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy
  • Encephalopathy
  • Endotoxin
  • Eosinophilic Colitis
  • Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation
  • Faecalibacterium Prausntzii
  • Fortification
  • Glucocorticoids
  • Gluten-Related Disorders
  • Haematochezia
  • Health Literacy
  • Human Leukocyte Antigen;
  • Hypoglycemia
  • Hypoxic-Ischemic
  • Intravenous Catheter
  •  Infantile Acrodynia
  • Jejunostomy
  • Kawasaki Disease
  • Lactation
  • Methylmalonic Aciduria
  • MicroRNA
  • Neuroprotection
  • Nutrient Supplementation
  • Obesity
  • Pediatric Gastroenterology
  • Perovskite
  • Phosphoinositide 3-Kinase
  • Preeclampsia
  • Pregnancy
  • Psychosocial Risk
  • R5 ELISA
  • Respiratory Distress
  • Rice-Vannucci
  • Toddlers