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.
Coronary heart disease is the most common cause of death for all the people in the world. Coronary heart disease affects the blood vessels that supply the heart with blood and oxygen. The blood vessel becomes narrow inside and less blood can get through. If the arteries become too clogged, the heart may not be able to work properly. It is estimated that more than 16 million Americans have coronary artery disease (CAD) and 8 million have had a myocardial infarction (MI).
- Track 1-1 Coronary Artery Disease
- Track 1-2 Cardiovascular Disease
- Track 1-3 Myocardial Infraction
- Track 1-4 Arteriosclerosis
Arrhythmia is the improper beating of the heart. This is due to the failure in the cardiac electrical impulse. Mostly there may be no symptoms for the irregular beating of the heart. Some symptoms include chest pain, fluttering in the chest, fainting or dizziness. The doctors will predict Arrhythmia only by the Electrocardiogram (ECG). The irregular rhythm of the heart beat waves proves the fault in the beating of the heart. During this condition the heart beat will be either too fast or too slow.
- Track 2-1 Atrial Fibrillation
- Track 2-2 Supraventricular Tachycardia (SVT)
- Track 2-3 Ventricular Tachycardia
- Track 2-4 Ventricular Fibrillation
- Track 2-5 Long QT Syndrome
The Inherited Disorder is a condition which presents from the birth due to the abnormality in the Genome. The change in the genome entirely affects the DNA, generation after generation. That’s why the syndrome/disease is inherited throughout the family tree. The change in the single mutated gene cause 4000 human diseases. Inherited Disorder is considering to be the most severe problem for the normal people from the birth.
- Track 3-1 Sickle Cell Anaemia
- Track 3-2 Marfan Syndrome
- Track 3-3 Alzheimer Disease
- Track 3-4 Turner Syndrome
The Study about diagnosis, treatment, management of the diseases, abnormality and other health problem affecting Ear, and Throat, as well as the head and neck, mouth, sinuses, and voice box (larynx), is known as Otorhinolaryngology. This is considering to be the oldest medical practice in the United States. The most occurring problem related to the otorhinolaryngology’s deaf, dumb.
- Track 4-1 Dysphagia
- Track 4-2 Hearing loss
- Track 4-3 Cholesteatoma
- Track 4-4 Otitis Media
Many women are offered to get the ovarian problems and diseases from the young age itself. One such main and common cause among the women is Polycystic Ovary disease. In polycystic ovarian disease, the follicle doesn't burst after the growth. This leads to the accumulation of the egg from the follicle and begins to form a sac commonly refer to a cyst. It is formed below the surface of the ovary. The release of the egg at regular menstrual cycle is failed due to the formation of the cyst at the ovaries. Lack of ovulation results in the cessation of menstrual periods, infertility. Nowadays, there are many ovarian problems arises to women of all ages.
- Track 5-1 Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
- Track 5-2 Ovarian Cyst
- Track 5-3 Premature Ovarian Failure
- Track 5-4 Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome
The uncontrollable growth of cell division causes cancer. Cancer is not the genetical disorder, it is caused mostly due to the environmental risk and behaviour modification. Cancer cannot be predicted at the early stage. The symptoms of the cancer are seen only at the end stage. Most of the people die due to the lack of medication, an absence of early detection, in some case people ignore the symptoms of cancer due to lack of awareness. Mortality in cancer increases globally at every year. Irrespective of the ages people are suffering from cancer. Bone cancer and Leukaemia cancer are still lacking in the curing techniques and medication.
- Track 6-1 Lung and Bronchial Cancer
- Track 6-2 Leukaemia
- Track 6-3 Breast Cancer
- Track 6-4 Intrahepatic Bile Duct Cancer
The formation of the vertebrate Nervous system is characterized by widespread programmed cell death, which determines cell number and appropriate target innervation during development. Neurotrophin are highly expressed during early development and have been shown to be essential for survival of selective populations of neurons during different developmental periods. The role of neurotrophic factors is seen in the development of the nervous system. During development, neurons approaching for the growth required limited amounts of target-derived neurotrophic factors (two different receptors, the Trk receptor tyrosine kinase and the p75 neurotrophin receptor). In this way, the nervous system moulds itself to maintain only the most competitive and appropriate connections. During this development the limited about of the receptors are required for the growth of the neurons. From these two different cases will emerge:
First, the efficacy of neuronal survival will depend upon the amounts of trophic factors produced during development. If the amount exceeds the target level, then the defects will cause.
Second, specific receptor expression in responsive cell populations will dictate neuronal responsiveness.
Depending upon these there are some neurotrophic factors which lead to both defects and growth depending upon the level of action takes place.
- Track 7-1 Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor
- Track 7-2 Nerve Growth Factor
- Track 7-3 Ciliary Neurotrophic Factor
- Track 7-4 Glial cell line-derived Neurotrophic Factor
The medical specialty who give consultation to all the people for diagnosis and medical treatment. An internist is commonly referred to the Internal Medicine Physician. Internal medicine required to have concentrated more on the outpatient and they have the clinical experience with all the therapeutic treatment in the general medicine panel. The internist is mostly having all the knowledge in the General medicine. They have at least minimum of one-year experience in the field of general medicine during the medical practice. The Internist not only targeted for the consultation, they also try to understand the patients' mentality of all age group and medicate them accordingly.
- Track 8-1 Endocrinology
- Track 8-2 Diabetes
- Track 8-3 Allergy
- Track 8-4 Haematology
In healthy individuals, the Immune response comprises two phases. The first phase of defence is the Natural immune response (innate immune) system, which does not allow any micro-organism to enter the body. This will also destroy the infection alone but usually; the Natural immune response will contain the infection long enough for the adaptive immune (Acquired immune) system to activate. The adaptive response is the second line of defence and takes several days to assemble. The response is specific to the microbe and leaves a lasting immune memory, which makes the response to act immediately when it senses the visit of the same infectious disease. In a person with an immunodeficiency disorder, one or more components of either the adaptive or Natural immune response is impaired, resulting in the body being unable to effectively resolve infections or disease. These leaves immunodeficient individuals at high risk of recurrent infection and exposed to conditions that would not usually be of concern to otherwise healthy individuals
- Track 9-1 Chronic Granulomatous Disease
- Track 9-2 Wiscott-Aldrich Syndrome
- Track 9-3 DiGeorge Syndrome
- Track 9-4 Agammaglobulinemia
A Contagious Disease otherwise known as the communicable disease is one that is spread from one person to another through a medium of transmission Diseases spread depends on the specific disease or infectious agent. Some ways in which communicable diseases spread are by, Physical contact with an infected person, such as through touch (staphylococcus), sexual intercourse (gonorrhoea, HIV), faecal/oral transmission (hepatitis A) or droplets (influenza, TB). Contact with a contaminated surface or object, food, blood (HIV, hepatitis B), or water (cholera). Bites from insects or animals capable of transmitting the disease (mosquito: malaria and yellow fever) and travel through the air during coughing.
- Track 10-1 Ebola
- Track 10-2 HIV/AIDS
- Track 10-3 Tuberculosis
- Track 10-4 Hepatitis
- Track 10-5 Enterovirus D68
The Production of 3-Dimensional solid objects from a digital file is known as 3D printing. It is the part of the innovative process called additive manufacturing. The object is formed by the layering process, in which the layer of material is added one above the other to form model. It allows the designer and engineer to create the complex parts for cars, machines or airplanes. These are cheaper and takes less time than any other production method. Currently, this rapidly growing technology has a development in the Field of Medicine. To make the organs repair modification, implantations and tissue replacement.
- Track 11-1 Teeth
- Track 11-2 Organ Model
- Track 11-3 Blood Vessels
- Track 11-4 Bones
- Track 11-5 Heart Values
- Track 11-6 Replicating Human Ear
- Track 11-7 Synthetic skin
The Laser is the device that emits the strong beam of monochromatic light with the different frequency which is used to cut, burn or destroy tissue. The laser technology in the field of medicine is one the best advance and growth in the field of surgery. The usage of laser reduced the risk of operation, loss of blood, fast recovering, time efficient. Because the laser beam is so small and precise, it allows healthcare providers to safely treat tissue without injuring the surrounding area. Lasers can be used for many medical purposes.
- Track 12-1 Skin Treatment
- Track 12-2 Vision Treatment
- Track 12-3 Tissues Treatment
- Track 12-4 Tumour Treatment
The Liver is the largest organ of our body. The liver acts as the production and graveyard for the red blood cell (erythrocytes) and it helps in the production of bile, the amino acid. The liver also helps remove waste products from the blood and regulates levels of chemicals in the body. Some of the diseases that affect the liver include infectious hepatitis, cirrhosis (scarring of the liver), liver failure, Gilbert’s syndrome, bile flow abnormalities and blood flow abnormalities. Some medications may also cause liver damage. Treatments for these conditions vary depending on the disease and its causes.
- Track 13-1 Cirrhosis
- Track 13-2 Epstein Barr Virus
- Track 13-3 Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease
- Track 13-4 Hemochromatosis
Breath Analysis is the easy way of diagnosis of disease Non-invasively. Growing research suggests breath tests can be used to detect a variety of diseases, from low-level illness to various cancers. Research is still early in some areas and there are other factors beyond disease that can result in chemical markers in the blood and breath, but some medical institutions are already using the tests of a variety of diagnosis.
- Track 14-1 Colorectal Cancer Detection
- Track 14-2 Lung Cancer Detection
- Track 14-3 Chronic Low Respiration Detection
- Track 14-4 Intolerance of Carbohydrates
When the kidneys fail to remove metabolic end-products from the blood and regulate the fluid, electrolyte, and pH balance of the extracellular fluids is termed to the Renal Failure condition. The Renal failure can occur as an acute or a chronic disorder. Acute renal failure is abrupt in onset and often is reversible if recognized early and treated appropriately. In contrast, chronic renal failure is the result of irreparable damage to the kidneys. The Chronic renal failure condition will lead to Dialysis and even for some extreme cause to Kidney Transplantation. Most of the times, the renal dysfunction is only termed to the Chronic kidney failure condition.
- Track 15-1 Interstitial Nephritis
- Track 15-2 Prostate Disease
- Track 15-3 Alports Disease
- Track 15-4 Polycystic Kidney Disease
The Medical specialty concern with the study and treatment of the musculoskeletal system which deals with the correction of deformities or functional impairment of the skeletal system particularly the spine, joints, and muscles. Orthopedics is central to the treatment of the back pain and it also deals with the disorders associated with the spine, structures of the bone, muscles, and ligaments.
- Track 16-1 Arthroplasty
- Track 16-2 Exercise and Sports Medicine
- Track 16-3 Joint Disorders
- Track 16-4 Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Track 16-5 Obesity and Weight Management
- Track 16-6 Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus(MRSA)
Throughout the past 50 years, the capabilities of science, health, and medicine have expanded significantly and like Virtual Reality, it looks like we’re constantly finding new ways to improve. It seems almost a daily occurrence now, that technology finds a way to accelerate the way we operate within our healthcare facilities. The immersive technology has some practical usage towards healing the world as well. This improvement in the field of technology must be implemented in the field of studies for better understanding and for occurring the deep knowledge in every field of studies.
- Track 17-1 Medical Virtual Reality
- Track 17-2 VR in Education of Medical Science
- Track 17-3 Human Dimension Development
- Track 17-4 Technology Classroom Learning for Medical Science
Life is a great struggle, and health is the best weapon to be successful in the battle of life. A healthy man can enjoy life in every way. An unhealthy man lives a most miserable life. He may have intelligence, merit and wealth, but he cannot put them to use and reap their benefits. In this competitive world, people are running behind the technology and money, eating the junk foods and polluting the inner content of the body. There is no diet maintain ace among the people, so there is fitness and suffers from obesity. Because of these, even at young age people suffering from lack of calcium leading to the Bone deficiency, vision deficiency even at small age children are wearing the speculates.
- Track 18-1 Cleaning for Health
- Track 18-2 Food Habitation
- Track 18-3 Body Fitness
- Track 18-4 Environmental Hygiene