Call for Abstract
6th International Pediatrics, Infectious Diseases and Healthcare Conference, will be organized around the theme “”
PEDIATRICS CONFERENCE 2023 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in PEDIATRICS CONFERENCE 2023
Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks.
Register now for the conference by choosing an appropriate package suitable to you.
Pediatrics is a medical specialty that focuses on the medical care of infants, children, and teenagers. Pediatric age limitations have been growing year after year around the world, and people should seek paediatric care until they are 21 years old. A phlebotomist is a specialist in this field of medicine.
When a child does not outgrow the fears and anxieties that are usual in young children, or when there are so many fears and worries that they interfere with school, home, or play activities, an anxiety disorder may be identified. Anxiety disorders can present itself in a number of ways.
There are times in every child's life when they are unhappy or despairing. Some kids, on the other hand, are sad or uninterested in activities they used to enjoy, or they feel helpless or hopeless in situations they can change. Depression can be diagnosed in children when they experience persistent sadness and hopelessness.
Because their mothers give antibodies to them before they are born, babies are born with antibodies that protect them from disease. Breast milk antibodies continue to rise in breastfed babies. In all cases, however, the protection is only temporary. Immunization is a method of preventing infections from spreading. This is sometimes accomplished by utilising small amounts of a disease-causing bacterium that has been destroyed or weakened. Occasionally, the vaccine is simply a little part of the germ, such as a protein or a bit of genetic material..
- Chickenpox (Varicella)
- Diphtheria, tetanus, and whooping cough
- Hemophilic influenza type b
A paediatric endocrinologist can help your kid if he or she is having problems with growth, puberty, diabetes, or other illnesses involving hormones and the glands that generate them.
Hormones are chemicals that affect the way other parts of the body work. Hormones, for example, regulate a child's growth and development. Endocrine glands, such as the pituitary gland, release hormones into the bloodstream. The branch of medicine known as endocrinology studies these glands and the hormones they produce.
- Body fat, lipid metabolism and childhood obesity.
- Gland disorder
- Sexual dysfunctions.
Neonatal infections are infections that occur during a newborn's prenatal development or the first four weeks of life. Neonatal infections can be transmitted from mother to child, contracted during labour in the birth canal, or contracted after birth.
A foetus in the womb or a newborn baby can be harmed by congenital illnesses. Viruses that can be picked up by the infant at any point throughout the pregnancy and up until birth cause them. The viruses infect the mother, who can then pass them on to the baby either directly through the placenta or when the baby is being delivered through the birth canal.
- Breathing problems.
- Diarrhea or decreased bowel movements.
- Low blood sugar
For appropriate growth and development, infants and children require adequate nourishment. A well-balanced and healthy food will help your child's immune system, he or she will be able to maintain a healthy weight, and his or her brain and bone development will be aided.
Nutritional deficits are a leading cause of death in children. Malnutrition is responsible for about half of all deaths globally. Malnutrition is the leading cause of death among children under the age of five in India, accounting for half of these deaths. Optimal nutrition aids in growth and development.Metabolism/Metabolic Diseases.
- Nutrition and maternal, neonatal, and child health.
- Child Nutritional Physiological Phenomena
Pediatric clinical pharmacology is a new specialty in paediatrics in the United States. It is a scientific investigation on the effects of medicines on youngsters. In training, students will learn about pharmacological effectiveness in children as well as medication toxicity considerations.
- Drug metabolism.
Pediatric clinical pharmacology is a newer specialty in paediatrics in the United States. It's the study of drugs in children from a scientific standpoint. In training, participants will learn about pharmacological efficacy in children as well as drug toxicity aspects
- .Breast Problems
- Biliary Atresia.
During the second and third trimesters of pregnancy, birth, or at any moment during breastfeeding, HIV transmission from mother to child can occur. The longer an HIV-positive woman breastfeeds, the greater the risk of transmission through breastfeeding. antiretroviral treatment (ART) is a type of antiretroviral
- lack of energy
- short-term memory loss
- persistent skin rashes or flaky skin
The ability to act on one's own free will is referred to as autonomy. A youngster gains confidence, self-esteem, and independence when he has influence over his environment, even in small ways. Autonomy is a crucial part of learning for all children because it teaches them that they have control over themselves and the decisions they make.Feeling in Control
- Boosting Self-Esteem
- Cognitive Growth
Technology is changing paediatric oncology nursing care, treatment, and prognosis as the number of children diagnosed with cancer rises. The frequency of cancer in children is rapidly growing. Childhood cancer is expected to be increasing at a rate of 0.6 percent every year.
In recent years, advances in the treatment of juvenile cancer have demonstrated an improvement in prognosis. As a result, the survival rate of children with cancer has increased over the last decade. Radiolabeled 131-I-MIBG selectively focuses radiation to catecholamine-producing Neuroblastoma cells, according to contemporary advances in paediatric oncology treatment. In the subject of onco-pedic, monoclonal antibodies play a critical role in cancer treatment. They're made to boost the effectiveness of chemotherapy, especially in the case of relapsed leukaemia. With modern cancer therapy, four out of every five children diagnosed with cancer can be cured. Only a small fraction of children malignancies are caused by familial or genetic causes, and an even less percentage has been linked to the environment.Neonatology
- Advancing Cancer Therapy
- Pediatrics and Neonatal Cardiolog
Neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) are a group of parasitic, bacterial, and viral ailments that affect roughly 1.4 billion people worldwide as a result of poverty. Each year, NTDs kill over 500,000 people and cause major morbidity, particularly among the poor in low- and middle-income countries. When compared to adults, children are disproportionately afflicted by a variety of conditions.
Bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites cause around 15 million fatalities yearly, with acute respiratory infections and the human immunodeficiency virus being the most common causes. Virus infections alone represent enormous global health risks, affecting millions of individuals around the world and having a severe influence on both health and socioeconomic development. Drug resistance, particularly that linked with HIV and influenza, makes it difficult to treat viral infections effectively.
Every child has the right to get high-quality medical treatment. As a parent, it's vital to stay informed about treatment options so you can provide your child the best care possible.
In the Pediatrics section below, you'll find some of the most prevalent kid ailments and their recommended treatments. Scientific data and best practises back up the drugs mentioned here. However, your pediatrician's contrasting advise for your child could have a rationale, especially if your child has a chronic medical condition or allergy. Your doctor will address a wide range of topics with you.
- Respiratory infections.
- Bone and joint infections.
There have been several improvements in cardiac imaging, including 3-dimensional echocardiography, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, and Cineangiography. As a result, the cardiac catheter laboratory is now able to treat more types of congenital heart defects than ever before. Furthermore, lesions that had previously been assumed to be resistant to interventional therapy are now treatable.
- pediatric cardiology
- Congenital heart disease