Abstract Submission opens:
February 18, 2020
Abstract Submission Deadline:
July 18, 2020
Standard Registration opens:
February 18, 2020
Standard Registration Deadline:
July 18, 2020
Orthopedics is the branch of medicine concerned with the study and treatment of the musculoskeletal system, particularly the spine, joints, bones and muscles. Orthopedics mainly deals with correction of disorders and malformation related to the musculoskeletal system hence, orthopedics is central to the treatment of back pain and spinal. These conditions are different from orthopedic injuries, like a shoulder dislocation or broken bone, which are often due to sudden trauma in the orthopedics treatment.
Osteoporosis, which exactly means porous bone, is a disease in which the density and quality of bone are reduced. As bones become more porous and damaged, the risk of fracture is greatly increased. It is a medical condition in which the bones will fragile and damage from loss of tissue, as a result of hormonal changes and calcium deficiency.
Session-3: Rheumatoid Arthritis
Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic inflammatory disorder that can affect more than just your joints and muscles. In some people, the condition can damage a variety of body systems, including the skin, eyes, lungs, kidneys, heart and blood vessels. Rheumatoid arthritis affects the lining of your joints, causing a painful swelling that can eventually result in bone loss and joint deformity. The inflammation associated with rheumatoid arthritis is what can damage other parts of the body as well as bones also. While new types of medications have improved treatment options eventually, severe rheumatoid arthritis can still cause physical disabilities.
In medical the spinal cord is the main pathway of communication between the brain and the rest of the body. It is a long, thick, strong fragile structure that extends downward from the base of the brain. The spinal cord is protected by the back bones of the spine. In spinal cord the vertebrae are separated and protected by disks made of cartilage. Some of the Spine conditions and disorders are
Arthroplasty in orthopedics is a surgical procedure performed by an orthopedic surgeon that completely replaces a joint in the body, usually to restore normal motion and relieve pain in a malformed or diseased joint, such as the hip, knee, shoulder, and ankle. Arthroplasty may also be required due to cartilage that wears out, joint malalignment, joint space narrowing, a stiff joint, disease, or other traumatic conditions. Depending on the severity of the problem with the joint and other factors, resection, interpositional arthroplasty or total joint arthroplasty may be performed.
Osteoarthritis is a joint inflammation that results from flexible connective tissues degeneration. Osteoarthritis is a form of arthritis that features the breakdown and eventual loss of the cartilage of one or more joints of the body. Cartilage is a protein substance that serves as a protection between the bones of the joints like elbow, ankle etc. Hand osteoarthritis, hip osteoarthritis, and knee osteoarthritis are much more common in seniors than younger people at present generation. Osteoarthritis is abbreviated as OA or referred to degenerative joint disease.
Traumatology is a surgery that deals with injured patients, usually on an emergency basis. Patients who have suffered significant physical trauma, as from a car accident, healing and wounds may be cared for in a traumatology unit. A Traumatologist is a doctor of trauma who specialized in detecting the extent of the damaged bone by a traumatic situation, and can take actions to restore the body as close as possible to its original state in trauma. A traumatologist deals in all types of external or internal body injuries caused by violent action or dislocation of the bones to which the human body can suffer a trauma.
Retraumatization is a reminder of past trauma that results experiencing of the initial trauma event. It can be mechanism by a situation, an attitude or expression, or by certain environments that replicate the dynamics of the original trauma. It happens when someone who has suffered trauma experiences more, that the event by recalling it in deep detail in behaviors that refers the original trauma or expose them to similar conditions that the original trauma.
Session-9: Acute Traumatology
In Traumatology Acute care surgery is came out of the demand for surgeons with broad expertise in managing trauma, emergency general surgery and surgical critical care. The different training and experience of the acute care surgeon are considered fundamental for primary management of injured patients. Although in many European countries trauma surgeons are skilled in both general and traumatology. Local practice and capability may allow for acute care surgeons to perform preliminary management of fractures including washouts, reductions and external fixations, but this is not expected to be the norm. American orthopedic surgeons owns a scientific and basic knowledge of fracture care that is only mastered after years of concentrated training and experience.
Session-10: Complex Traumatology
Complex trauma detailed both children's exposure to multiple traumatic events frequently of an harmful, interpersonal nature and the wide-ranging, long-term effects of this exposure Complex trauma therapy uses several experienced to address different symptoms. The current method for treating complex trauma is a combination of talk therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and exposure therapy. These events are severe and spreading widely, such as abuse or profound neglect.
Session-11: Chronic Traumatology
Chronic trauma is repetitive, and occurs over an extended period of time. Some of the incidents occurred in personal life are
· Long term child abuse
· War or combat situations
· Ongoing sexual abuse
· Living in a domestically violent environment
Session-12: Vicarious Traumatization
Vicarious Traumatization is a term that results about the increased effect on the helper of working with survivors of traumatic life events. The symptoms can appear much like those of post-traumatic stress disorder, but also changes in frame of reference, identity, sense of safety, self-esteem, and a sense of control. Vicarious traumatization has been noted in many groups of helping professionals of traumatic events. If caregivers have experience in their own backgrounds and if they extend themselves beyond the boundaries of good self-care.. Some of the traumatization’s are
· Orthopedic Traumatization
· Blunt force Traumatization
· Penetrating Traumatization
Polytrauma occurs when a person injuries to multiple body parts and organ systems, as a result of blast-related events. Traumatic brain injury frequently occurs in polytrauma in combination with other injured conditions, such as amputation, burns, spinal cord injury, spinal cord injury, post-traumatic stress disorder, and other medical conditions. Due to the severe condition and complexity of their injuries, Veterans and Service Members with polytrauma require a high level of integration and coordination of clinical care and other support services.
Session-14: Trauma surgery
In Traumatology Trauma surgery utilizes both operative and non-operative management to treat traumatic injuries, typically in an acute trauma setting. The trauma surgeon also leads the trauma team, which typically includes nurses and support staff as well as resident physicians in hospitals. The team trauma will include surgeons, paramedics, nurses, respiratory therapist, radiographer, and the support of the laboratory scientists, including the blood bank.
Session-15: Medical Trauma
In medical term, trauma refers to a severe and often life-threatening injury that suddenly develops when the entire body or a part of it has been hit by a blunt object or due to sudden impact. This kind of injury is dangerous since the body can go into systemic shock, and vital organs can easily shut down rapidly. There are three main types of trauma are
· Acute trauma results from a single incident.
· Chronic trauma is repeated and prolonged such as domestic violence or abuse.
· Complex trauma is exposure to varied and multiple traumatic events, often of an invasive, interpersonal nature.
Session-16: Musculoskeletal Diseases
Musculoskeletal Disorders are injuries and disorders that affect the human body’s movement or musculoskeletal system i.e. muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerves, discs, blood vessels, etc. Common musculoskeletal disorders are
· Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
· Muscle / Tendon strain
· Ligament Sprain
· Tension Neck Syndrome
· Thoracic Outlet Compression
· Rotator Cuff Tendonitis
Session-17: Sports Injury
Sports injuries are injuries that occur when engaging in sports or exercise. Bruises, strains, sprains, tears, and broken bones can result from sports injuries. Soft tissues like muscles, ligaments, tendons, fascia, and bursae may be affected. Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is another potential type of sports injury. Overuse of muscles and joints can also lead to sports injuries, particularly to chronic injuries due to repetitive strains. The symptoms of overused muscles include long-lasting pain that continues to get worse over time and swelling around the muscles. The seven most common sports injuries are
· Ankle sprain
· Groin pull
· Hamstring strain
· Shin splints
· Knee injury
· Knee injury
Session-18: Pain Management
The process of providing medical care that alleviates or reduces pain. Mild to moderate pain can usually be treated with analgesic medications, such as aspirin. Procedures can also be useful in pain management programs. A pain management specialist is a physician with special training in evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of all different types of pain. ... Pain can also arise for many different reasons such as surgery, injury, nerve damage, and metabolic problems such as diabetes.
The process of helping a person who has suffered an illness or injury restore lost skills and so regain maximum self-sufficiency. Rehabilitation work after a stroke may help the patient walk and speak clearly again. Rehabilitation services and programs are as unique as the individual in need and the ailment they suffer from. The purpose is to return a patient back to a normal, healthy condition, whether it is following an illness, injury, surgery or certain disorders.
Session-20: Joint Preservation
Joint preservation refers to the use of nonsurgical or surgical means to preserve a deteriorating joint in order to delay or avoid joint replacement surgery. The spectrum of joint preservation surgery includes minimally invasive procedures such as arthroscopy, articular cartilage restoration techniques, bone realignment procedures, and partial joint replacements.
Session-21: Patient Safety and Health care
Patient safety is the prevention of errors and adverse effects to patients associated with health care. While health care has become more effective it has also become more complex, with greater use of new technologies, medicines and treatments. Errors, Injuries, Accidents, Infections. In some hospitals, patient safety is a top priority. Strong health care teams reduce infection rates, put checks in place to prevent mistakes, and ensure strong lines of communication between hospital staff, patients, and families.
Session-22: Emergency Medicine
Emergency medicine, also known as accident and emergency medicine, is the medical specialty concerned with the care of illnesses or injuries requiring immediate medical attention. Emergency physicians care for unscheduled and undifferentiated patients of all ages.
Attendees would be active researchers, industrialists, scientists, associations, societies, PhD and post doc fellows, students, faculty, Subject experts and Entrepreneurs. Authors of accepted abstracts are pre-approved for registration. All other researchers must Sign up and register towards the conference.
A very limited number of spots are available for individuals in Keynote/Plenary positions. Some of the Keynote and Plenary Speakers will have an opportunity to chair any session during the conference.
25 Oral presentation spots are available for 2-day events. The individual speaker is allowed to present a maximum of 2 talks at the conference.
Who Can Attend
Researcher/Academic /Industrial / Clinical / Private / Marketing
Researchers actively participating in basic science investigations, clinical studies, or epidemiologic research.
Physicians & Scientists who have faculty appointments at academic institutions including medical school programs, or practitioners who are involved in patient care or counselling.
Industries related to pharmaceuticals, Manufacturing, Services, Clinical can achieve visibility and credibility, exhibiting at a trade show has hundreds of benefits for your business. Establishing a presence, whether big or small, for your company at an exhibition gives you a powerful platform for meeting new customers, reaching out to your existing clients, and building a more established and reliable brand.
Clinical takes advantage of the educational and networking opportunities designed for hospital professional.
Marketers from generating new business to staying current with the latest trends, attending marketing events, meetings, and conferences can be crucial to the success of a company’s or individual’s growth strategy. There are some key benefits for why marketers should consider attending networking events.
1. Build Meaningful Relationships
2. Stay Current with Trends by Learning from Powerful Speakers
3. Connect with Influencers and in Turn, You’re Target Audience
4. Get Fresh Ideas and Solutions for Your Business.
Various sessions in our Conferences:
Plenary Talk: A plenary talk of a conference which all members of all parties are to attend. Such a session may include a broad range of content, from keynotes to panel discussions, and is not necessarily related to a specific style of presentation or deliberative process.
Keynote: This is a talk on a specific theme which represent the whole subject of the conference. Keynotes are usually delivered by Professors, President of associations, MD and above.
Oral Presentation: A presentation is a process of presenting a topic to an audience. It is typically a demonstration, introduction, lecture, or speech meant to inform, persuade, inspire, motivate, or to build goodwill or to present a new idea or product.
Delegate: One who gains knowledge, comprehension or mastery through experience or study; someone who learns or takes knowledge or beliefs; one that is learning; one that is acquiring new knowledge, behaviour’s, skills, values or preferences.
Poster Presentation: A poster presentation, at a congress or conference with an academic or professional focus, is the presentation of research information, usually peer-reviewed work, in the form of a poster that conference participants may view. A poster session is an event at which many such posters are presented.
Workshop: A workshop is designed to teach something or develop a specific skill while an academic conference is about presenting original research and getting feedback from peers. A workshop doesn't necessarily have to present original research; it is directed more towards teaching and learning in an interactive environment.
E-poster: An e-Poster or digital poster is a digital presentation of research that is presented within a congress.
Video Presentation: Animated or recorded video describing a research or review topic. Video talks for usually not more than 20-30mins)