Theme: {CME-CPD Accreditations Available} Current Challenges in Delivering Pediatric and Neonatal Researches

Clinical Pediatrics 2022

Clinical Pediatrics 2022

The 20th World Congress on Clinical Pediatrics intends to address new findings in Pediatrics & Child Health as well as to provide early findings in Pediatric research and clinical reports on aetiology, diagnosis, and therapy. The series "Current Challenges in Delivering Pediatric and Neonatal Researches" is the conference's standout theme. The Clinical Pediatrics conferences will take place in Barcelona, Spain in 2022.

Members of our 16-year-old Clinical Pediatrics conference board are invited to provide recommendations for subjects to be covered in oral presentations, poster presentations, workshops, and special sessions. To ensure that the board of knowledgeable editors in their profession and from throughout the world receives high calibre suggestions, all submissions to the Children's Conference are meticulously examined.
All parties with an interest in paediatric disorders, including physicians, generals, research scientists, healthcare professionals, and policymakers, are represented in children's conferences. Children's conferences provide several opportunities for businesses, schools of higher learning, and product exposure. A paediatrics conference is a great venue for brand promotion.
In acknowledgment of their remarkable contributions to the conference theme, Clinical Pediatrics 2022 seeks to bestow renowned awards on talented young researchers, scientists, junior researchers, recent graduates, postgraduate students, trainees, and junior faculty. By convening with experts to exchange and share their experiences in all areas of paediatrics and neonatology, the Young Scientist Awards make every effort to create strong possibilities for the development of early specialists.

Track 1  Neonatology

A field of paediatrics called neonatology provides medical attention for newborn infants, particularly unwell or unborn newborns. It is a hospital specialty that is typically carried out in neonatal care units (NICUs). Doctors must stay current in neonatology because it is an area that undergoes fast change.

  • Fetal Anomalies
  • Ultrasound Fetoscopy
  • Pregnancy Complications
  • Chorionic Villus Sampling
  • Amniocentesis & Non-Stress Test

Track 2 Pediatric Surgery

A paediatrician who specialises in paediatric surgery manages operations on infants, kids, and teenagers. Treatment for birth deformities, abnormalities in children who have experienced trauma, trauma situations, and more are all included in our services. At Medical over Hospitals, we are assisted by a group of paediatric and new-born surgeons who have a wealth of knowledge in delivering comprehensive care to infants through teenagers.

Early approaches to heart malformations

  • Early approaches to heart malformations
  • Lung volume reduction surgery
  • Modern beating-heart surgery
  • Minimally invasive surgery
  • Risks of cardiac surgery

Track 3 Pediatric Nutrition and Breast Feeding

Pediatricians should advise mothers to breastfeed exclusively or fully for the first six postpartum months rather than using formula, and then prompt introduction of adequate, safe, and complementary foods in conjunction with continued breastfeeding as the best possible nutrition for the first postpartum year.

Track 4 Pediatric Nephrology and Urology

Kidney failure, high blood pressure, hereditary kidney illnesses, kidney stones, urinary tract infections, and anomalies in the urine, such as blood and protein, are just a few of the conditions that paediatric nephrologists diagnose, treat, and manage. A paediatric urologist is a medical professional who focuses in treating children with genital or urinary issues. They can also address issues that arise in the kidneys, bladder, urethra (tube that allows you to urinate), and genital tract of an infant, child, or adolescent. The urinary system is the area of the body that helps you remove toxins and waste from your body by peeing (reproductive organs inside and outside the body).

  • Hernia
  • Spinal Bifida
  • Hypospadias
  • Hydronephrosis
  • Nocturnal Enuresis
  • Neurogenic Bladder
  • Undescended Testes
  • Vesicoureteral Reflux
  • Antenatal Hydronephrosis
  • Ureter pelvic Junction Obstruction

Track 5 Pediatric Dermatology

Pediatric dermatologists are experts in the diagnosis and treatment of children's skin conditions, including the appropriate dosing of drugs. You may be confident that your child will receive the best medical treatment if your paediatrician advises that they visit a dermatologist.

  • Genodermatosis
  • Neonatal dermatomes
  • Neurocutaneous disorders
  • Congenital malformations of skin
  • Dermatomes: Metabolic, nutritional
  • Childhood Infections: Viral, bacterial, fungal
  • Other miscellaneous conditions

Track 6  Pediatrics Obesity

Due to the strain it places on the child and adult health care systems, child or child obesity is a developing global issue that has to be addressed (1). It is reasonable to point to smoking, eating a diet heavy in fat and sugar, as well as not exercising, as the primary causes of obesity in both children and adults. All of the body's organs are impacted by childhood obesity, and the prevalence of young children with diabetes is rising. Childhood obesity is associated with a higher risk of developing a number of conditions, including diabetes, heart disease, stroke, some types of cancer, social difficulties, and depression in teens. (2). Obese people are those with a BMI of 85% to 95%, and those with a BMI of 95% are considered obese. Growth over time can be tracked using growth charts. To show the distribution of body measures, these charts are divided into sections by percentile curves. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offer growth charts that can be used to monitor obesity.

Track 7 Pediatrics Emergency Medicine

A paediatric emergency physician is a specialist in providing care for children and adolescents who are critically ill or injured. A paediatric emergency physician is qualified to handle a range of conditions that call for urgent medical care. These issues are frequently severe and even fatal.

  • Asthma
  • Pneumonia
  • Near drowning
  • Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA)

Track 8 Pediatric Endocrinology

An endocrinologist can treat your child if they have issues with development, puberty, diabetes, or other hormonal and glandular issues. Other organ functions are influenced by chemical hormones. For instance, hormones control a baby's growth and development. Hormones are sent into the bloodstream by endocrine glands like the pituitary gland. The field of research that focuses on these glands and the effects of hormones is endocrinology. The issues that paediatric endocrinologists deal with frequently diverge greatly from those that endocrinologists who treat adults typically encounter. It is crucial to have specialised training in child development and growth settings. Hormonal issues might persist for a lifetime. Hormonal issues affect children and adolescents at every stage of development, according to endocrinologists.

Track 9 Pediatric Gynaecology

The gynaecologist and paediatrician is a professional doctor who, after finishing his initial training in Obstetrics and Gynecology, continues to get correction. Children, teenagers, and young women who have a problem with gynaecological surgery are specifically treated by the paediatric and adolescent gynaecologist. These gynecologic issues might include everything from neonatal ovarian cysts to sporadic puberty issues. Medical and surgical issues affecting the reproductive organs in children, adolescents, and adults can be treated.

  • Complications of ERCP
  • Liver Transplant Programs
  • Sphincter of Odd Dysfunction
  • Malignant Hilary Biliary Obstruction
  • Endoscopic Therapy of Pancreatic Diseases

Track 10 Pediatric Otolaryngology

A paediatric otolaryngologist has the training and knowledge necessary to care for your kid if he or she requires extensive surgical or medical treatment for illnesses or issues involving the ear, nose, or throat. A lot of general otolaryngologists treat kids surgically. However, more specialist paediatric otolaryngology care is accessible in many parts of the nation.

  • Adenoidectomy
  • Caustic ingestion
  • Cricotracheal resection
  • Dec annulation
  • Laryngomalacia
  • Laryngotracheal reconstruction
  • Myringotomy and tubes
  • Childhood Sleep disorders - Alpena
  • Tonsillectomy

Track 11 Pediatric Primary Care

The provision of first-line communication care and systematic management of health problems requiring multiple professional services are all examples of primary health care for children. It also includes providing health care and expected care, monitoring physical and mental growth and development, age-appropriate assessments, the diagnosis and treatment of serious and chronic diseases, the management of serious and life-threatening diseases, and, where appropriate, the transmission of more complex conditions. Children and teenagers receive family-centered, community-based primary and primary health care that takes into account their needs, risk factors, and social sensitivity in clinical practise and care delivery strategies. It is better to provide primary paediatric healthcare within the framework of a "medical home," where comprehensive, ongoing, and economical treatment is offered and provided or supervised by skilled paediatric healthcare professionals.

Track 12 Perinatology

A branch of obstetrics that deals with problems that are more likely to be deadly and maternal than usual. Perinatology can be considered a preventative and deadly specialisation but is actually a component of childbirth because it starts at 20 to 28 weeks of gestation and lasts for 1 to 4 weeks after birth. Neonatal medicine is a field that relates to children. A perinatologist can provide prenatal care for a high-risk baby and a neonatologist can provide postpartum treatment.

  • Perinatal Medicine
  • Ultrasound Fetoscopy
  • Pregnancy Complications
  • Chorionic Villus Sampling
  • Amniocentesis & Non-Stress Test

Track 13  Social paediatrics

Social paediatrics is a method of child health care that places the child, their illness, and their health in the context of their neighbourhood, setting, school, and family. The glossary clarifies key social ideas for children and condenses the terminology used to describe various aspects of the practise of isolating or treating ill children. After a consultation process to develop the lexicon, the writers—who are all members of the European Society for Social Paediatrics—came to an agreement. Child welfare doctors from outside of Europe are also included to provide a national perspective.

Track 14 Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Aiming to enhance and restore function and quality of life for persons with physical or mental disorders that impact the brain, spinal cord, nerves, bones, joints, muscles, tendons, and muscles, therapeutic and rehabilitative medicine (PM & R), often known as physiatrist or rehabilitation medicine. People who have lost physiological functions as a result of illnesses or injuries can restore them with the aid of physical therapy and rehabilitation. The phrase is frequently used to refer to everyone in the medical field, not simply doctors.

  • Cerebral palsy & Spinal Bifida
  • Neuromuscular disorders & acquired brain injuries
  • Limb deficiencies & gait abnormalities
  • Musculoskeletal conditions
  • Brachial plexus palsy

Track 15 Child Trauma and Pain

When a youngster witnesses or encounters the worst kinds of childhood trauma, it may constitute child abuse. Many of the things kids go through might be frustrating. This might take the form of harassment, neglect, or violence in relationships. Humans refer to this as trauma. Traumatic incidents can also happen to children. Among these are mishaps, natural disasters, conflict and war, medical treatments, or the unexpected death of a parent or caregiver.

  • Psychological abuse& child neglect
  • Adverse childhood experiences study
  • Disclosure and diagnosis
  • Prevention & treatment

Track 16 Pediatric Gastroenterologists

Pediatric gastroenterologists are medical professionals who focus on problems with children's livers, digestion, and nutrition. From infancy till age 18, they look after young patients. Make an appointment with your child's paediatrician if they are experiencing issues with their liver, digestion, or nutrition. Most kids who visit a paediatric gastroenterologist have been recommended by their paediatrician.

  • Complications of ERCP
  • Liver Transplant Programs
  • Sphincter of Odd Dysfunction
  • Malignant Hilary Biliary Obstruction
  • Endoscopic Therapy of Pancreatic Diseases

Track 17 Pediatric Critical Care

From infancy through puberty, children are cared for by specialists. They would rather place the treatment of very ill children at the centre of their medical practise. They are equipped to provide the specialised medical care that children in PICU require thanks to their advanced training and experience.

  • Asthma
  • Pneumonia
  • Near drowning
  • Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA)

Track 18 Pediatric Allergy and Infections

Nobody wants to watch their child go through hardship. Allergies can affect any child, but they tend to affect them more frequently in families where allergies have been a problem in the past. Parents should concentrate on observing their child exhibiting symptoms rather than trying to perfectly control everything their child is exposed to or consumes.
Early identification of a child's allergies will enhance their quality of life, decrease the amount of days they miss school, and prevent you from having to take time off work or vacation to look after them. If your child is having a problem, take care of it and call a vet right away.
  • Symptoms of allergies in children
  • Skin or chest rash (atopic dermatitis or eczema)
  • Difficulty breathing (asthma)
  • Sneezing, coughing, bending nose or itchy eyes
  • Stomach upset

Track 19 Pediatric Radiology

Students in Pediatric Radiology are kept up to date on all new findings and developments in paediatric research and associated subjects. This is accomplished by combining original research papers with reviews that outline the current state of knowledge on a given subject. Content includes modifications to general strategies, equipment and technique introductions, technology advancements, and methodology.

Track 20 Pediatric infectious disease

Pediatric infectious disease specialists treat a wide range of immune and infectious disorders, including those caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi, and insects. Specialists in infectious illnesses may get care for a variety of difficult-to-treat or uncommon conditions.

  • Grinding
  • Bad Breath
  • Tooth Decay
  • Gum Disease
  • Canker Sores
  • Wisdom Teeth
  • Sensitive Teeth
  • Thumb-sucking
  • Orthodontic Problems
  • Over-Retained Primary Teeth

Track 21 Pediatric Dentists

From infancy to adolescence, paediatric dentists have been committed to the dental health of children. They are qualified and experienced to look after a baby's teeth, gums, and mouth throughout all phases of life. During the first six months of life, babies start getting their baby teeth. By the time they are 6 or 7 years old, kids start to lose their primary teeth, which are eventually replaced by secondary, permanent teeth. Children who lack basic dental care may develop diseases and decay that could cause discomfort and issues for the rest of their lives. Today, childhood tooth decay, an infectious condition, affects children more frequently than asthma and hay fever combined, by a factor of five and seven, respectively.

Track 22 Pediatric Ophthalmologist

A paediatric ophthalmologist has the skills and credentials to treat your kid if they have an eye condition, are having trouble with a vision screening exam, are having difficulties reading or learning, or need surgery or medical therapy for an eye condition.

Track 23 Pediatric Pulmonologist

A paediatric pulmonologist is qualified and knowledgeable to treat your infant if he or she is having breathing or lung problems. Pediatric pulmonologists diagnose, treat, and care for children with respiratory and pulmonary illnesses from birth to age 21.

  • Technology-dependent children
  • Pulmonary function testing
  • Excessive build-up of mucus in the lungs
  • Fibre-optic scope

Track 24 Pediatric Oncology

A paediatric oncologist will likely treat your child if they are diagnosed with cancer. Cancer in children: research and care. The majority of malignancies in children differ from those in adults. The emphasis of paediatric oncology is cancer in children, adolescents, and young adults. Pediatric oncology physicians have received specialised training in caring for children and ensuring their comfort throughout treatment.

  • Sarcoma & Lymphoma
  • Neuroblastoma & Histolytic disorders
  • Hemophilia and other bleeding disorders
  • Aplastic anemia/bone marrow failure
  • Immune thrombocytopenia & Hemolytic anemia

Industrial Analysis, the maximum extent, growth rate, and, in addition to the present, the most productive development in an organisation that contains all of these studies. By reading the Global Pediatric Healthcare, students can contrast major industry competitors and gain a global perspective on child health market tactics Market Report 2021.

The 20th World Conference on Health Medicine offers the chance to select the methods to be used in clinical paediatrics. These innovative delivery techniques and strategies will fascinate kids and young men all across the world. A great setting for pushing novel ideas and cutting-edge research is the 20th World Congress on Clinical Pediatrics. Clinical Pediatrics is a versatile organisation that provides complete primary care for paediatric and adolescent disorders. We would expect a big crowd from the Universe to attend the annual meeting of paediatricians, Clinical Pediatrics, such that clever thinking or cutting-edge research would accompany the conference's discourse and that would lead to unhappy children suffering from a range of illnesses. Strong understudy inspector cooperation is also used to assist the promotion of the Poster Award Competition and a small research Forum at the gathering venue.

Child Care Centres

The need for childcare has expanded in recent years along with the number of children under the age of 10, which has produced strong firm growth and industry formation statistics, including a gain of 12.00 percent in the number of institutions in 2017–18. Over the next five years, industrial revenue is projected to grow at a cumulative annual rate of 3.1 percent, with a forecast of 3.9 percent for the current year, reaching £ 4.3 billion..

To slow down the pace of newborns and children is one of a pediatrician's most important duties. Overall, paediatricians provide preventive health services to children from birth through pre-adulthood in addition to providing medical attention to children who are severely or persistently ill. The goal of the Clinical Pediatrics Congress 2021 is to promote and carry out multidisciplinary research in neonatology and paediatrics. This conference offers you a rare opportunity to network with leading academics, businesspeople, delegates, and presenters in your profession and to sharpen your approach to the creation of novel concepts that will be essential for today's youth.It is to share and discuss creative theories, frameworks, techniques, tools, and applications across a variety of academic topics. 

The complete body of research on recently born children is examined by the World Congress on Clinical Pediatrics along with earlier and more recent studies. It offers a critical analysis of the subject's current situation. Additionally, it offers a premier interdisciplinary forum for practitioners, educators, and academics to debate recent advancements in paediatrics. The speakers, delegates, and scientists come from government, private, and academic laboratories all over the world.

Why to attend?

The 2021 Clinical Pediatrics Congress will serve as an international forum for discussion of current methods and problems in paediatric health care and medicine.
The purpose of the paediatric conference is to actively advance medical and life science knowledge through an activity that requires analysis and work. It would be the perfect setting for the urban Center to exchange and advance knowledge on important tools. At the prestigious Pediatric events, the conduct displays promote information, network with existing and potential scientists, make an impact with new medicine breakthroughs, and gain name recognition.

Special Sessions
In addition to the above topics included in the tracks, Clinical Pediatrics Congress 2021 will host a number of special sessions, focusing in more depth. If you don’t find any topic related to your research & you are interested in hosting a special session, please contact us at [email protected]

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