Track Categories

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.

Session 1: Clinical Pediatrics

Pediatrics is the branch of medicine that deals with the health and medical care of infants, young children, and teens. Pediatrics, which derives from two Greek terms, is defined as "the healing of children." Along with the immediate treatment of sick children, Pediatrics is concerned with the long-term effects on quality of life, impairment, and survival. It comprises core interventions to promote the well-being of children. The major problem may be related to nutritional deficits given how many nutritional deficiencies in neonates' and children's general health could impair growth and development.

  • Clinical Pediatrics emergency medicine
  • Clinical Pediatrics practices
  • Clinical Pediatric nursing

Session 2: Pediatric Surgery

Pediatric Surgery is a discipline of medicine that specializes in the care of children from infancy through puberty. Patient identification is still a part of the Pediatrics approach, but it is increasingly in conflict with therapy and needs careful evaluation. Professionals in the area refer to someone who works in Pediatric as a Pediatrician. A Pediatrician produces the best treatment plans for patients, conducts pre-employment evaluations and preventative measures, and analyses patient development as a characteristic of aftercare concerns.

  • Prenatal and neonatal surgery
  • Urological surgery
  • Trauma surgery
  • Thoracic surgery 
  • Transplantation 

Session 3: Pediatric Dermatology

It is a medication where the expert treats infants and teenagers with skin conditions. These issues may manifest as kids age or they may exist from birth. Pediatric dermatology deals with skin conditions such as acne, birthmarks, cysts, hives, lesions, and moles that may or may not need treatment. Treatment is crucial for children with albinism, alopecia, atopic dermatitis, and other conditions.

  • Eczematous Rashes
  • Papulosquamous
  • Pediatric psoriasis
  • Pediatric melanoma

Session 4. Pediatric Cardiology

The diagnosis of intrinsic cardiac abandonment is the responsibility of Pediatric cardiology, which employs suggestive techniques such as echocardiograms, cardiovascular catheterization, and electrophysiology. The rise in the number of babies with intrinsic coronary hearts is a reference to both the neonatal intensive care unit and the potential for abnormalities. The ECG and chest X-ray frequently support the neonatal finding. A fetal echocardiogram can be used to detect the congestive coronary heart defect, or hydrops, in an embryo. Also investigated are the difficulties that arise during heart regenerative and regeneration surgical operations. In addition to these approaches, providing nursing care for children with coronary heart disease is a crucial task in helping Pediatric cardiac patients.

  • Cardiorespiratory disorders
  • Pediatric hypertension
  • Pediatric arrhythmias
  • Hypoplastic left heart

Session 5: Pediatric Oncology

Children struggle to deal with the pressures of treatment, surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation because their coping mechanisms vary depending on their developmental stage. Infections are the primary cause of morbidity and death in cancer patients. Global statistics have shown that psychological therapies should be provided as part of the healthcare for children with cancer in order to prevent long-term emotional and behavioral issues due to the complexity and multidimensional nature of Pediatric palliation.

  • Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
  • Acute Myeloid Leukaemia
  • Medulloblastoma
  • Ependymoma
  • Infant Brain Tumors
  • Palliative Care
  • Pediatric Psychosocial Oncology

Session 6 : Pediatric Hospice and Palliative Medicine

Pediatric Hospice and Palliative Medicine is a specialized area of medicine that focuses on providing comprehensive care for children with life-limiting illnesses and their families. The aim of this type of care is to relieve the physical, emotional, and spiritual suffering that comes with serious illness, while also enhancing the quality of life for both the child and their family. This involves a team of healthcare professionals who work closely with the child's primary care physician to ensure that the child's medical and emotional needs are met. The care is tailored to the individual needs of the child and their family, with a focus on maintaining the child's comfort.

  • Pediatric Palliative care integration
  • Grief and bereavement support
  • Emotional distress

Session 7: Pediatric Pulmonology

Pediatric Pulmonology is a medical specialty that focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of respiratory and lung disorders in infants, children, and adolescents. This includes conditions such as asthma, cystic fibrosis, bronchitis, pneumonia, and sleep apnea, among others. Pediatric pulmonologists are experts in the management of respiratory problems in children, including those with complex medical needs. They work with a team of healthcare professionals to provide comprehensive care that is tailored to the individual needs of each patient. Treatment may include medication, breathing therapies, and lifestyle changes, among other interventions, with the goal of improving lung function and quality of life for the child.

  • Misdiagnosis and delayed diagnosis
  • Co-morbidities
  • Care transitions

Session 8 : Pediatric Radiology

Pediatric radiology is an essential component of modern pediatric medicine, providing critical information for the diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of medical conditions affecting children. This conference track focuses on the latest advances in pediatric radiology, including the use of innovative imaging techniques, emerging technologies, and best practices for minimizing radiation exposure in children.

  • Pediatric Imaging Techniques
  • Pediatric Neuroradiology
  • Interventional Pediatric Radiology
  • Pediatric Oncologic Imaging
  • Musculoskeletal Radiology in Pediatrics

Session 9: Pediatric Dentistry

Pediatric dentistry is a branch of dentistry that focuses on the dental health of children from infancy through adolescence. It involves a range of treatments and procedures aimed at promoting healthy teeth and gums, preventing tooth decay and gum disease, and addressing dental issues that may arise in children.

  • Pediatric Dental exams and cleanings
  • Dental fillings
  • Orthodontics

Session 10:  Pediatric Urology

Pediatric urology is a surgical subspecialty of medicine that deals with diseases of the genitourinary systems in children. Pediatric Urologists care for both boys and girls from infancy through early adulthood. The problems that affect the testicles, reproductive organs, and urine are the most common. Most Pediatric urologists in North America collaborate with Pediatric hospitals. As part of the training for Pediatric Urology board certification, an internship in surgery as part of a urology residency is frequently followed by specialized training in Pediatric urology in a renowned children's hospital. In India, Pediatric urology is practiced by both adult urologists with Pediatric urology training and Pediatric surgeons with a concentration in Pediatric Urology.

  • Urolithiasis 
  • Hypospadias 
  • Epispadias
  • Cryptorchidism

Session 11: Pediatric Epilepsy

A person who has epilepsy is more likely to experience seizures that start in the brain. A neurological condition that affects the brain and nervous system is epilepsy. The brain, which is made up of millions of nerve cells, employs electrical impulses to control bodily functions, feelings, and ideas. If the signals are obstructed, the person can have an epileptic seizure. Epileptic seizures can occur or not. Other conditions that resemble epilepsy include the signs of febrile convulsions, which appear when a young child is ill, and fainting (syncope), which is brought on by a drop in blood pressure. They are not epileptic seizures since there is no abnormal brain activity in these seizures.

  • Antiepileptic medication
  • Surgery for Pediatric epilepsy
  • Syndromes of childhood epilepsy

Session 12: Pediatric endocrinology

One area of medicine that focuses on children's endocrine systems is Pediatric endocrinology. Children's hormones are produced and managed by the endocrine system. The hormones in a child's body regulate a variety of bodily functions, including mood, development, and body temperature. Endocrine glands, such as the pituitary, thyroid, ovaries, or adrenal glands, are responsible for the secretion of hormones. Numerous tissues and organs in the body get these hormones via blood flow. When a child's hormones are out of balance, it can lead to annoying and frequently serious issues.

  • Young diabetic
  • Ailments of the adrenal glands.
  • Adreno leuko dystrophy.
  • Mineral and bone diseases

Session 13: Pediatrics Vaccination

Pediatric Vaccines are medicines that are often administered to children as a kind of protection against dangerous, frequently fatal illnesses. By boosting your body's natural defenses, they get your body ready to combat the illness more quickly and successfully. A vaccination-preventable illness is much more likely to harm your kid than a Pediatric vaccine. Before becoming available to the general public, all vaccinations must pass stringent safety evaluations, including clinical trials. Only vaccinations that adhere to strict quality and safety requirements will be registered and distributed by nations.

  • Live-attenuated vaccines
  • Messenger RNA (mRNA) vaccines
  • Subunit, recombinant, polysaccharide, and conjugate vaccines
  • Toxoid vaccines
  • Viral vector vaccines

Session 14: Pediatrics Genetics

Pediatric genetics provides complete care for the identification, mitigation, and prevention of chromosomal abnormalities, retardation, structural abnormalities, hereditary disorders, and birth defects.

  • Autism
  • Birth abnormalities
  • Congenital anomalies
  • Cardiac genetics
  • Craniofacial genetics
  • Cystinosis, Down syndrome
  • Ehlers-danlos
  • Neurofibromatosis in Marfan

Session 15: Pediatric Gastroenterology

Pediatric gastroenterologists are medical professionals with a focus on nutritional, digestive, and liver problems in children. Children from infancy to age 18 are seen by them. Make a physician visit if your kid is experiencing issues with their liver, digestion, or nutrition. A Pediatric gastroenterologist typically receives referrals from Pediatricians for their young patients.

  • Endoscopies
  • Colonoscopy
  • Positioning of feeding tubes
  • Polyps removal from the colon

Session 16: Pediatric Psychology

Children, adolescents, and families in a Pediatric health environment may experience psychological effects from the disease, injury, and the encouragement of healthy habits, according to the interdisciplinary discipline of Pediatric psychology. In order to better understand the dynamic interactions that exist between kids, their families, and the health care delivery system as a whole, psychological difficulties are addressed within a developmental framework.

  • Cognitive development
  • Social and emotional development
  • Speech and language development

Session 17: Pediatric ADHD

A prevalent neurodevelopmental condition in children is ADHD. It is frequently diagnosed for the first time as a youngster and continues throughout maturity. Children with ADHD may struggle to control impulsive actions, pay attention, or regulate their level of activity. Most kids with ADHD continue to have it as teenagers. ADHD symptoms in teenagers are comparable to those in youngsters.Pediatric ADHD symptoms may worsen in adolescence, particularly when adolescent hormonal changes and the pressures of school and extracurricular activities intensify.

  • Predominantly Inattentive Presentation
  • Predominantly Hyperactive-Impulsive Presentation
  • Combined Presentation

Session 18: Pediatric Intensive Care Unit

A Pediatric intensive care unit, commonly referred to as a Pediatric ICU, is a hospital department devoted to the treatment of very ill infants, kids, teens, and young adults between the ages of 0 and 21. A Pediatric critical care unit (PICU) is staffed by medical professionals with training and expertise in Pediatric critical care, including physicians, nurses, and respiratory therapists. One or more Pediatric critical care physicians or PICU counselors serve as the unit's supervisors. The unit may also employ nurses, medical assistants, physiotherapists, social workers, child life experts, and clerks, however, this varies greatly by location. Due to the acute stage and potentially life-threatening complications of PICU patients, specialist-to-patient ratios in PICUs are often greater than those in other hospital departments. Such sophisticated methods and tools as ventilators and patient monitoring systems.

  • PICU Condition
  • PICU Advanced Services
  • PICU Technology Dependent
  • PICU Resource Dependent 

Session 19: Pediatric Neurology

Pediatric neurology is a crucial area of study that focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of neurological disorders in children. These disorders can affect the brain, spinal cord, nerves, and muscles, leading to a range of symptoms and challenges for patients and families. The Pediatric Conference 2023 is a vital platform to discuss current challenges and opportunities in this field, as well as emerging research and advancements in treatments and therapies

  • Diagnosis of Pediatric Neurological Disorders
  • Multidisciplinary Approach
  • Emerging Research in Pediatric Neurology

Session 20: Advancements in Global Pediatric Healthcare

The development of new methods and technologies appears to occur "before you blink." The healthcare industry is always looking to improve, from novel therapies to applications that can identify children's anemia. The evolution of technology mixed with innovation in clinical treatment can save lives in today's fast-paced and constantly-evolving healthcare system. These facilities are at the forefront of new technologies in Pediatric.

  • Surgery for Spinal Bifida in utero
  • Auricular Neurostimulation
  • Pediatric Telemedicine Technology
  • Pediatric Rehabilitation Technology
  • Infusionarium

Session 21. Neonatology

It is a Pediatric specialty that is in charge of providing newborn newborns with medical treatment, especially those who are born prematurely. Sick newborn newborns need specialized medical care due to low birth weight, inadequate fetal growth, early delivery, and insufficient lung development (pulmonary hypoplasia). In challenging conditions, a neonatologist handles it.

  • Neonatal Studies
  • Neonatal Meningitis
  • Neonatal Hypoglycemia
  • Neonatal diagnostics

Session 22: Neonatal-Intensive Care Units

The neonatal intensive care unit is a particular section of the hospital where newborn newborns who require intensive medical care are frequently placed (NICU). The NICU is equipped with cutting-edge equipment and skilled medical staff to provide specialized treatment for the smallest children. Babies who are not as unwell but still require specialized nursing care may also get care in Neonatal-Intensive Care Units. Babies must be transferred to another hospital since some facilities lack the staff to staff a NICU. Infants that require critical care do better when born in a facility with a NICU than when they are transferred after birth. The NICU will need to provide care for certain newborn infants. For any parent, having an ill or preterm baby might be unexpected.

  • Neonatal-Intensive Care Units Condition
  • NICU Advanced Services
  • NICU Technology Dependent
  • NICU Resource Dependent 

Session 23: Fetal and Placental Complications

Growth restrictions, birth deformities, aberrant development, and problems with maternal infection are among the dangers associated with fetal pregnancy. The accurate and prompt diagnosis makes it easier to administer care while nursing and to prepare and train for the infant's health immediately following birth. Prenatal testing is often used to determine the ideal delivery time and to prepare a baby for early birth.

  • Ectopic pregnancy
  • Miscarriage
  • Placental Abruption
  • Multiple pregnancies
  • Intrauterine bleeding
  • Preterm birth

Session 24: Neonatal Nursing

A specialization of nursing known as neonatal nursing deals with new born babies who are born with a range of conditions, including preterm, birth deformities, infection, heart anomalies, and surgical issues. The first month of life is known as the neonatal era, however, young babies frequently struggle with illness for long periods of time. In general, neonatal nursing includes providing care for new born who encounter issues immediately after birth, but it also includes providing care for new born who face ongoing issues because of their prematurity or disease after birth.

Session 25: Obstetrics and Gynecology

The scientific field of obstetrics focuses on the cycles of conception, labor, and postpartum. The branch of medicine known as Gynecology is concerned with the health of women's bodies and reproductive systems. Obstetrics and Gynecology work together to provide a complete range of women's health services. There should be a large number of sub-specialized obstetricians providing treatment for pregnant women. This Gynecologist often handles issues with women's sexual health. Therefore, discussing the most current developments in obstetrics and Gynecology would be more relevant at this meeting.

  • Reproductive Gynecology
  • Adolescent Pediatric Gynecology
  • Urogynecology
  • Gynecologic oncology
  • Minimally invasive surgery

Session 26: Adolescent Medicine

Adolescent medicine often referred to as teenage and young adult medicine, is a branch of medicine that specializes in treating patients who are still in the adolescent stage of life. Puberty marks the beginning of this phase, which lasts until development has ended and maturity has finished.

  • Sexually transmitted disease
  • Unintended pregnancy
  • Menstrual disorders

Session 27: Infertility and Birth Defects

The term "infertility" denotes both the inability to conceive and the inability to carry a pregnancy to term. In several nations, it entails a couple who fails to reflect after engaging in collaborative sexual activity. According to research, the majority of instances are to some part resolved as a result of female diseases, and the remaining cases are caused by sperm production or other unidentifiable organs. Alcoholism, pollutants, smoking, and medical issues all contribute to male infertility. A variety of drugs with gender-specific formulations can aid in concept creation and have a calming impact.

  • Infertility Evaluation
  • Risk of Idiopathic Male Infertility
  • Artificial Gametes and Ovarian Stimulation

Session 28: High-Risk Pregnancies

A delivery that has additional major issues that might endanger both the mother and the fetus is considered a high-risk pregnancy. These deliveries require the assistance of a number of highly skilled medical professionals, including an obstetrician, a surgeon, and a specialist in maternal-fetal medicine. There are several potential risk factors for a high-risk pregnancy, including the mother's present health, obesity, multiple births, and elderly or young maternal age. Women will be able to have normal pregnancies if they receive standard prenatal care without any difficulties and early diagnosis.

  • Factors that lead to high-risk pregnancies
  • Having knowledge of a high-risk pregnancy
  • High-risk pregnancy management
  • avoiding dangerous pregnancies