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2nd World Congress on Fetal and Maternal Medicine, will be organized around the theme “Share the Vision for Fetal, Maternal & Neonatal Medicine”

Fetal and Maternal Medicine 2019 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Fetal and Maternal Medicine 2019

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Maternal-Fetal Medicine (MFM), additionally Known as perinatology, it's the branch of medicine that studies, diagnoses, and treats health-related problems for the fetus and also the mother, during, and shortly after pregnancy. It's a subspecialty of Obstetrics. Physicians who specialize in this field collaborate with pediatricians, neonatologists, and primary obstetricians for low risk and high risk pregnancy. MFM specialists are the experts in insecure high risk pregnancy.

Maternal-Fetal Medicine practitioners regularly perform prenatal tests and surgeries, and additionally provide treatment to women and their babies. The target audience for Maternal-Fetal drugs conferences includes perinatologists, physicians, sonographers, residents and fellows of obstetrics and gynecology, radiology and maternal-fetal medicine, further as obstetricians, advanced practice nurses, and physician assistants.

  • Track 1-1Medical and Surgical Complications of Pregnancy
  • Track 1-2Fetal Disease
  • Track 1-3Infectious Disease
  • Track 1-4Pre-Pregnancy Underweight and Fetal Growth
  • Track 1-5Pregnancy Termination Practice
  • Track 1-6Individualised medicine
  • Track 1-7Individualised medicine
  • Track 1-8Signalling, Status and Inequities in Maternal Healthcare
  • Track 1-9Ethical Issues and Neonatology in Future

Gynecology is the medical practice dealing with the health of the female reproductive systems (vagina, uterus, and ovaries) and the breasts. Outside medicine, the term means "the science of women". Its counterpart is andrology, which deals with medical issues specific to the male reproductive system. Almost all modern gynecologists are also obstetricians (see obstetrics and gynecology). In many areas, the specialties of gynecology and obstetrics overlap.

Obstetrics is the field of study concentrated on pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period. As a medical specialty, obstetrics is combined with gynecology under the discipline known as obstetrics and gynecology (OB/GYN) which is a surgical field.

 

  • Track 2-1Advances in Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • Track 2-2Molecular genetics in obstetrics and gynaecology
  • Track 2-3Molecular genetics in obstetrics and gynaecology
  • Track 2-4Molecular genetics in obstetrics and gynaecology
  • Track 2-5Medical & Coagulation disorders in pregnancy
  • Track 2-6Urologic and Gynecologic Disorders
  • Track 2-7Endocrinology of Pregnancy
  • Track 2-8Pregnancy Care and Delivery
  • Track 2-9Recent Advances in Medical and Surgical Management
  • Track 2-10Recent Advances in Gynecology

Fetal developmental potential is determined at the moment of conception by genetic inheritance. However, this development is modulated by environmental factors. It is important to recognize that both, the mother and the fetus, actively participate in the maintenance of the physiological intrauterine environment. Unfortunately, the fetus is not entirely protected from harmful influences of the external factors. By altering the intrauterine environment, these factors can have a long-term effect on fetal health.
Maternal physiological changes in pregnancy are the adaptations during pregnancy that a woman’s body undergoes to accommodate the growing embryo or fetus. These physiologic changes are entirely normal, and include behavioral (brain), cardiovascular (heart and blood vessel), hematologic (blood), metabolic, renal (kidney), posture, and respiratory (breathing) changes. Increases in blood sugar, breathing, and cardiac output are all expected changes that allow a pregnant woman’s body to facilitate the proper growth and development of the embryo or fetus during the pregnancy. The pregnant woman and the placenta also produce many other hormones that have a broad range of effects during the pregnancy.

  • Track 3-1Placental Physiology
  • Track 3-2Physiology of Pregnancy
  • Track 3-3Weight Gain and Pregnancy
  • Track 3-4Fetal Behavior
  • Track 3-5First Trimester-Maternal
  • Track 3-6Eclampsia and Preclampsia
  • Track 3-7Ultrasound Assisted – Intrauterine Therapy

Diseases encountered in infancy, childhood, and young adulthood also fall under the realm of pediatric pathology. The perinatal autopsy/previable feotal examination presents special challenges to general pathologists and trainees, but the presence of foetal structural remnants, changing developmental features, small organ sizes, and potential for encountering complex anomalies may also be daunting to specially trained paediatric pathologists.

 

  • Track 4-1Placental Pathology
  • Track 4-2Diptheria
  • Track 4-3Respiratory distress syndrome
  • Track 4-4Measles
  • Track 4-5Congenital infection
  • Track 4-6Pathology for Pediatric Immunology

Pregnancy and birth are as ordinary and extraordinary as breathing, thinking or loving and both call on an individual’s creativity, flexibility, endurance and humor. It is normal for your healthy, growing fetus to move frequently. You will usually feel your baby’s first movements after 20 weeks for your first pregnancy or 16 weeks for pregnancies after that. Fetal movements will usually become more regular after 24 weeks.

Pregnancy, also known as gestation, is the time during which one or more offspring develops inside a woman. A multiple pregnancy involves more than one offspring, such as with twins. Pregnancy can occur by sexual intercourse or assisted reproductive technology. Childbirth typically occurs around 40 weeks from the last menstrual period (LMP). This is just over nine months, where each month averages 29½ days.  When measured from conception it is about 38 weeks. An embryo is the developing offspring during the first eight weeks following conception, after which, the term fetus is used until birth. Symptoms of early pregnancy may include missed periods, tender breasts, nausea and vomiting, hunger, and frequent urination. Pregnancy may be confirmed with a pregnancy test.

  • Track 5-1In Vitro Fertilization
  • Track 5-2HIV and pregnancy
  • Track 5-3Bleeding in pregnancy
  • Track 5-4Postpartum Haemorrhage
  • Track 5-5Breastfeeding

Prenatal diagnosis has revolutionized prenatal care from the perspective of both the patient and the physician. For the patient, prenatal diagnosis provides genetic, anatomic, and physiologic information about the fetus or fetuses that can be used to make informed and individualized decisions regarding the pregnancy. For the physician, prenatal diagnosis provides vital information that can be utilized for better antepartum management. Information regarding specific anatomic anomalies affords the physician the opportunity to offer the patient sophisticated prenatal procedures, such as fetal surgery or selective fetal reduction in multiple gestations. Likewise, prenatal knowledge about genetic, physiologic, and/or anatomic abnormalities enables the physician to tailor or manage the timing and mode of delivery for optimal maternal and fetal outcomes. Prenatal diagnosis also allows the neonatal and pediatric specialists to be adequately prepared for a potentially ill neonate at delivery. Recent progress in the fields of maternal fetal medicine, radiology, and genetics has resulted in great advances in prenatal diagnosis.

  • Track 6-1Prenatal diagnosis
  • Track 6-2Fetal Therapy
  • Track 6-3Health economics in maternal-fetal and neonatal medicine
  • Track 6-4Maternal Fetal Medicine Practice & Procedures
  • Track 6-5Maternal Fetal Medicine Practice & Procedures
  • Track 6-6Fetal echocardiography

The branch of medicine dealing with the prevention, diagnosis and management of reproductive problems is known to be reproductive medicine. The aim of Reproductive Medicine is to improve and maintain the quality of reproductive health. The knowledge of reproductive medicine is based on reproductive anatomy, endocrinology, physiology and pathology. If the topic of reproductive medicine is taken into account it can be further sub divided into prenatal medicine and postnatal medicine. The issues addressed in reproductive medicine are sexual education family planning, reproductive system diseases, birth control, infertility and sexual dysfunction. Ovulation, pregnancy, menstruation, menopause and other gynecological problems are also assessed under reproductive medicine.

  • Track 7-1Hysteroscopy
  • Track 7-2HPV And Infertility
  • Track 7-3Immunology of Implantation
  • Track 7-4Reproductive Endocrinology
  • Track 7-5Ultrasound in Gynecology

Maternal Nutrition has a major role in fetal and development.  Maternal nutrition not only refers to the nutritional needs of women during the antenatal and postnatal period (i.e., when they are pregnant and breastfeeding) but also to the pre-conceptual period (i.e., adolescence). A healthy diet helps children to grow and learn. It also helps prevent obesity and other weight-related diseases, such as diabetes. Any kind of alterations in fetal nutrition or endocrine status may result in developmental adaptations that permanently change the structure, metabolism and physiology of the offspring, thereby predisposing individuals to metabolic, endocrine, and cardiovascular diseases in adult life.

 

Gynecologic Surgery is giving a data for clinical articles managing all parts of agent and office gynecology. "Gynecological surgery ", established in 2004, is the first and head peer-surveyed logical diary devoted to all parts of research, advancement, and preparing in gynecological surgery. Gynecological surgery alludes to surgery on the female conceptive framework. It incorporates strategies for amiable conditions, malignancy, fruitlessness, and incontinence. Gynecological surgery may once in a while be performed for elective or restorative purposes .Also this field is quickly changing because of new advancements and developments in endoscopy, apply autonomy, imaging and other interventional systems. Gynecological surgery is presently develops every surgical intercession relating to ladies wellbeing, including Urogynecology, oncology and fetal surgery.

  • Track 10-1Asthma
  • Track 10-2Diabetes Mellitus
  • Track 10-3Thyroid diseases
  • Track 10-4Urinary Tract Infection

Women have unique health related issue. Unique heath issues include pregnancy, menopause, and conditions of the female organs. Women can have a healthy pregnancy by getting proper, early and regular prenatal care. They are also recommended several tests for cervical cancer, breast cancer and bone density screenings. Complications of pregnancy include health problems that occur during pregnancy. They can involve baby's health, mother’s health or both. Diet and nutrition plays a major role during pregnancy time. Important nutritious diet includes Protein rich veg diet and Calcium rich recipes. The best time to try and conceive is during the ‘fertile window’ of the menstrual cycle i.e. ovulation time.

  • Track 11-1Fibroids in Pregnancy
  • Track 11-2Multiple Gestations
  • Track 11-3Fetal Growth Restriction
  • Track 11-4Human Fetal Endocrines
  • Track 12-1High risk pregnancy care
  • Track 12-2Twin-to-Twin Transfusion Syndrome
  • Track 12-3Fetal transfusion syndrome
  • Track 12-4Gestational diabetes
  • Track 12-5High blood pressure and preeclampsia
  • Track 12-6Prenatal and postnatal effects on health

Pertaining to the newborn period, specifically the first 4 weeks after birth. The branch Neonatology assumes a noteworthy part of the Pediatric children infections conditions, this incorporate the medical health condition of babies and kids. The pediatrics is a training which is hospital based. This will mainly carried out in intensive neonatal care units. The key part done by the Pediatric perinatology which manages the embryo and the entangled wellbeing circumstances amid incubation period which found in pediatrics Neonatology.

The Section of Neonatology is committed to maintaining the highest quality of neonatal care to critically-ill infants, providing training for qualified pediatricians for careers as independent investigators, teachers and clinicians, and promoting high research productivity to contribute in the creation of new knowledge and patient-oriented research studies to improve clinical care.

  • Track 13-1Neonatal Cardiology
  • Track 13-2Neonatal Hematology
  • Track 13-3Neonatal Jaundice
  • Track 13-4Neonatal Nephrology
  • Track 13-5Neonatal Radiology
  • Track 13-6Birth Defects

Fetal surgery (surgery performed on a pregnant mother to help her baby before it is born) can occur either during the middle of pregnancy or at the end of the pregnancy. In all cases, anesthesiologists are involved to provide for the comfort and safety of pregnant mothers and their babies. Fetal surgery pushes the limits of knowledge and therapy beyond conventional paradigms by treating the developing fetus as a patient. Providing anesthesia for fetal surgery is challenging for many reasons. It requires integration of both obstetric and pediatric anesthesia practice.

Fetal surgery and anesthesia for fetal surgery are branches of obstetric anesthesia. This form of anesthesia is complicated because anesthetic care is being provided for two patients, mother and fetus simultaneously. The mother of the fetus is essentially being used as a life support system for the fetus, permitting a major fetal surgical intervention that would otherwise place the fetus at an increased risk for morbidity or mortality.

 

  • Track 14-1Anaesthesia in Fetal Surgery
  • Track 14-2Anaesthesia in Fetal Surgery
  • Track 14-3Magnetic resonance imaging
  • Track 14-4Hysterotomy
  • Track 14-5Ethics of Fetal Surgery

The foundation of your baby’s intelligence is being built while he is still a fetus.  This stage of your baby’s life is very critical because this is where the raw materials of his intelligence and personality are being formed.  Fetal brain development has long lasting effect on your baby’s personality. Congenital malformations, premature delivery and many other conditions have a serious effect on your infant’s future and quality of life.  You should be aware of factors that can have an effect on your baby’s prenatal development, and avoid those that can be avoided.

The brain grows at a remarkably rapid rate. By the end of the third week of gestation, the embryo has formed the three parts of the brain (the forebrain, midbrain and hindbrain). One week later, the brain begins functioning. At this point, the brain busily begins to work on the placement of all the major organs and systems. By the end of the eighth week of pregnancy, all of the major organs are in place, according to the Long Island Spectrum Center website.

  • Track 15-1General brain development
  • Track 15-2Prenatal Development
  • Track 15-3Postnatal Development
  • Track 15-4Preterm labor and birth
  • Track 15-5Preterm labor and birth

The heart is the first organ to develop in your unborn baby, and is the most important to his or her lifetime of health. We’re here to help understand exactly how your baby’s heart is growing, and to partner with you, your obstetrician and a diverse care team to support your baby’s unique needs before, during and after birth. Congenital Heart Disease (CHD) may be identified during fetal life with a very high level of diagnostic accuracy at tertiary centers with an established fetal cardiology programme. For some forms of cardiac abnormality there may be an improvement in postnatal outcome with prenatal diagnosis. Furthermore, early diagnosis during pregnancy will allow parents to consider various options and be prepared for subsequent treatments. In order to deliver a comprehensive high quality service, fetal cardiology units should provide appropriate support and information (before and after the fetal heart examination) and liaise with all relevant specialists and support services, in addition to the essential task of providing an accurate cardiac diagnosis.

 

  • Track 16-1Fetal Cardiovascular Physiology
  • Track 16-2Anomalies of Venous System
  • Track 16-3Fetal Bradyarrhythmia’s
  • Track 16-4Fetal Tachyarrhythmia’s
  • Track 16-5Fetal Cardiac Intervention
  • Track 16-6Prenatal Ultrasound

Embryology is the branch of science that reviews the pre-birth improvement of gametes treatment, and advancement of incipient organisms and hatchlings.

A human starts life as a treated ovum. This single cell offers ascend to the great many cells that shape the human body. In the initial couple of days following treatment, the creating incipient organism comprises of a chunk of cells. This inserts on the mass of the uterus and starts to become further, bolstered by supplements and blood from the mother.

Human Genetics qualities examine is of legacy as it happens in individuals. Human genetics compasses assortments of covering fields including, genomics, cytogenetic, atomic genetic qualities, established genetic qualities, biochemical genetic qualities, populace genetic qualities, formative genetic qualities, clinical genetic qualities, and genetic guiding. Qualities can be the basic factor of the characteristics of most human-acquired attributes.

  • Track 18-1Non-invasive prenatal genetic testing

Nursing care is focused on the assessment, diagnosis, planning, treatment and evaluation of preoperative and post- operative surgical patients with emphasis on Cardiovascular Surgery and Cardiac ICU care including rhythm interpretation, hemodynamics, airway management, pain management, medication management, safety precautions, patient/family education and support, and initiation of the rehabilitation process. Registered nurses in CICU meet the basic requirements for Registered Nurse staff, and function in accordance with the nursing department job description, as described in the Hospital Plan for Nursing Care.

Midwifery, also known as obstetrics, is the health profession that deals with the specialization in pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period (including care of the new-born), besides reproductive and sexual health of women throughout their lives. A professional in midwifery is called as a midwife. Midwives are the community of midwifes who actually take care of the women bearing a child with help of consultants and referrals.

  • Track 19-1Midwifery Health Science
  • Track 19-2Midwifery Health Science
  • Track 19-3Midwifery Childbirth
  • Track 19-4Nursing management
  • Track 19-5Neonatal Care
  • Track 19-6Cardiac Intensive Care Nursing
  • Track 19-7Psychiatric Nursing