Sustainable development goals are another way to reduce neonatal mortality. Repetitions of infant care by guardians after birth are important determinants of neonatal mortality. The purpose of this session is to discuss and learn new technologies and reviews to evaluate maternal learning as part of a fundamental rehearsal of infant care.
- Infant Care & Development
- Newborn care and safety
- Initial Care of the Newborn
- Newborn care at birth
- Birth defects research
- Infant health research
- Premature Birth Research
Track 2: Pediatric Nutrition
Good nutrition is one of the most effective and inexpensive ways to reduce the burden of many diseases and their risk factors, including childhood obesity. Food and nutrition help our children lead healthy lives and avoid chronic diseases. Nutrition research aims to affect the food and health of children while conducting scientific research in order to provide children with a clear understanding of the role of nutrition in maintaining a healthy and active life.
Track 3: Pediatric Nursing
Pediatric nursing research advances clinical practice. It is important for pediatric nurses to research with manufacturers and patients to understand their specific needs. In a growing movement, pediatric nurse researchers are harnessing the knowledge gained in the field of Pediatrics to inform factual practice.
Track 4: Pediatric Oncology
Track 5: Adolescent Medicine
Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine, The International Association of Adolescent Health, The North American Society for Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology, American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Indian Society for pediatric and adolescent Endocrinology, International Society for Pediatric and Adolescent Diabetes, Greek Society of Adolescent Medicine
Track 6: Breastfeeding Medicine
Many mothers know the benefits of breastfeeding for themselves and their child. In any case, what will happen when they have a deterrent effect? It is important to remember that although breastfeeding is "characteristic", it is important to learn the skills.
Track 7: Neonatal Healthcare
Knowledge of central nervous system formation and maturation provides an important basis for understanding the pathogenesis of many neurological disorders in children. This scientific session is dedicated to all aspects of pediatric neurology, neurodevelopment outcomes of late preterm infants etc. Our ultimate goal of this conference is to promote the health, development and welfare of children throughout the world.
- Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics
- Pediatric Brain Tumor Research
- Pediatric Brain Cancer Research
- Pediatric Neuro-Oncology
- Pediatric CNS
- Pediatric Neurosurgery
- Child neurology
European Paediatric Neurology Society, Child Neurology Society, British Paediatric Neurology Association, Southern Pediatric Neurology Society, The Australia and New Zealand Child Neurology Society (ANZCNS), Belgian Society of Pediatric Neurology
Track 9: Clinical Pediatrics
Researchers conduct pediatric clinical trials to create an evidence base for safe and effective treatment protocols for children. Clinical Pediatrics Session will include all your clinical research activities for Pediatrics & Neonatal Healthcare.
Track 10: Pediatric Cardiology
Pediatric cardiology division supports research and innovation to improve quality of care and outcomes in children with Congenital Heart Disease, Cardiovascular Risk, Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia, Sudden Cardiac Death Risk in Childhood, Pediatric Status Asthmaticus etc.
- Advancing Pediatric Cardiovascular Research
- Recent Progress in Pediatric Cardiology
- Pediatric Pulmonology
Italian Society of Pediatric Cardiology, Pediatric Cardiac Society of India, Pediatric Electrophysiology Society, Louisiana Pediatric Cardiology Foundation, The Society of Pediatric Cardiovascular Nurses, Philippine Society of Pediatric Cardiology, German Society for Paediatric Cardiology
Track 11: Pediatric Endocrinology
Pediatric endocrinology is a medical subspecialty that addresses the problem of sexual development in children, as well as neonatal diabetes and various organ disorders of the endocrine system. It also includes research on the most widely recognized types of diabetes, type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes. There is another type of diabetes that is frequently misdiagnosed as type 1 diabetes or type 2 diabetes called monogenic diabetes, found in children. Among the most critical recent developments, the focus is on transgender child care. An increasing number of these young people are seeking medical treatment to enable the development of stable physical characteristics with their experienced gender. Medical treatments can save lives. In the near future, we hope to better understand how medical treatments currently used by transgender children have an impact on bones, brains, fertility and quality of life in general. The research should also provide a better understanding of the effects of early health progress in pre-pubertal youth.
Track 12: Pediatric Gastroenterology
Gastrointestinal disorders in children range from the minor to the perilous, from the short to the long term or to infinity. Neonatal jaundice is one of the most widely recognized diseases requiring therapeutic treatment in newborns. Gastrointestinal food sensitivities are not uncommon in babies and children. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (GI), a pediatric endoscopy has become an essential modality for the evaluation and treatment of gastrointestinal diseases. Complex gastrointestinal medical surgery is one of the usual strategies for treating gastrointestinal disorders in children. The most worrying diseases in pediatric gastroenterology are acute diarrhea, gastritis, nausea and problems with gastric tract development.
Track 13: Pediatric Genetics
Genetic disorders and congenital anomalies occur in about 2% to 5% of live births. We all know how difficult it is for a parent to discover that their newborn has a congenital or genetic disorder, whether it's a heart defect or sickle cell disease. Congenital disorders are available from birth and hereditary disorders are passed from parents to their babies through genes. There is a wide range of congenital and hereditary orthopedic problems and, in most cases, children respond well to treatment. Congenital disorders can be acquired or caused by environmental factors and their effects on the health of the child can be very mild to severe. This session on congenital disorders and genetic diseases will discuss studies and research on hereditary diseases and congenital disorders in children.
Track 14: Pediatric Hematology
Track 15: Pediatric Infectious Disease
Track 16: Pediatric Nephrology
Caring for children with acute and chronic kidney problems; advanced research and discovery of information to better understand kidney failure, as well as its prevention, diagnosis and treatment; and prepare physicians for prescribed procedures in pediatric nephrology. Children's Nephrology Specialists are studying the pathophysiology of kidney disease through essential laboratory and clinical research. Learn more about research conducted in the division of Pediatric Nephrology, Pediatric Kidney Transplant, at the 2nd International Conference in Dubai, UAE.
Track 17: Pediatric Ophthalmology
Track 18: Pediatric Dentistry
Track 19: Pediatric Dermatology
Track 20: Pediatric Otolaryngology
Pediatric Otolaryngology refers to the diagnosis and treatment of the head and neck, including diseases, disorders and abnormalities of the ear, nose and throat. Pediatric otolaryngologists care team, doctors, otolaryngologists, audiologists, speech therapists, physiotherapists, etc. - Diagnose, treat and manage various conditions affecting children of all ages, including: Hearing Disorders, Congenital Anomalies, Cleft lip and palate, chronic salivary gland problems, language issues etc.
Track 21: Pediatric Radiology
The Pediatric Radiology session is committed to improving children's health through a state-of-the-art, high-quality imaging program that provides care in a safe and child-friendly environment. Pediatric radiology provides complete pediatric imaging in all imaging modalities for appropriate pediatric conditions in neonates, infants, adolescents, and juvenile. Pediatric radiologists, pediatric radiology technologists, pediatric sonographers and pediatric nurses will be sharing their research and experience at Pediatrics Healthcare 2020.
Track 22: Pediatric Rheumatology
Pediatric Rheumatology research improves the recognition and care of affected children and contributes to basic knowledge in infectious disease, immunology and genetics research. This session focuses primarily on the beginings of pediatric rheumatology and its development as a specialty.
Track 23: Pediatric Urology
Some babies are born with birth defects that affect the sex organs and the urinary tract. The urinary tract infection is one of the most common diseases in children and can lead to serious complications such as scarring of the kidneys in the absence of diagnosis and prompt treatment.
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European Society for Paediatric Urology, Asia Pacific Association of Paediatric Urologists, British Association of Paediatric Urologists, International Society for Hypospadias and Disorders of Sex Development, Nucleo de Urologia Pediátrica da Escola Paulista de Medicina, Sociedad Iberoamericana de Urología Pediátrica, Saudi Pediatric Urology Group, Section Française d'Urologie Pédiatrique, Society for Fetal Urology, American Academy of Pediatrics Section on Urology
Track 24: Child abuse Pediatrics
The presence of a subspecialty of child abuse does not minimize the continuing role of the generalist pediatrician. General pediatricians have every right to suspect, diagnose and manage a case of abuse. It is therefore important for pediatrics that this new subspecialty be a supplement rather than diminishing the value of general pediatricians.
Pediatrics Healthcare Market
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The Middle East and Africa, which account for about 2% of global medical consumption, are expected to grow steadily. Pediatric & Neonatal care facilities in the Middle East and Africa are developing gradually. As UNICEF has pointed out, although the infant mortality rate has been falling in the Middle East since 2000, 415,000 young people in the region continue to die each year before their fifth birthday. The extension of the present moment and infinite problems, the formation of a team of medical services and hospitals are guiding the development of pediatric and neonatal services in the Middle East and Africa. Advances in technology and government activities to improve the health services sector are fuelling the development of pediatric and neonatal medicine services in the Middle East and Africa. The pediatric and neonatal healthcare market in the Middle East and Africa accounted for about $ 48 billion in 2016 and is expected to reach $ 63.6 billion in 2023 with a CAGR of 4.1%.