Scientific program

Sep 14-15, 2022    Dubai, UAE

3rd International Conference on

Critical Care and Emergency Medicine

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Keynote Forum

 Sergio Marcucci
10:00 AM-10:30 AM

Sergio Marcucci

A T Still University, Luxembourg

Title: Sacroiliac Joint Posterior Ligaments Biomechanics And Clinical Implication For The Clinician

Abstract:

The sacroiliac joint (SIJ) is organized by articular surfaces between the sacral and iliac bones. The SIJ includes different functions, among which to connect the spine to the pelvic bone, which permits for better transmission of vertical forces from the spine to the pelvis and lower extremities. The first purpose of the SIJ is to provide stability, which is promoted partly by the muscles attached to the SIJ and is provided by multiple mechanisms, embracing the complex of ligaments fixed to the SIJ. The range of motion of SIJ is estimated around 2 to 4 degrees. Additionally, there are 35 muscles attaching to the sacrum or innominate, which work in a combined effort with the fascial and ligaments, thus ensuring movement and simultaneously stability of the trunk and lower extremities.

Biography:

Dr. Sergio Marcucci has completed his Doctorate in Health Sciences (DHSc) with concentration on Global Health from A. T.Still University, College of Graduate Health Studies, Mesa, USA. He earned his MSc from A. T. Still University of Kirksville USA, and his D.O. from Sutherland College of Osteopathic Medicine, Belgium. He is practicing osteopathic medicine since 18 years. Has given 15 oral presentations and one poster presentation. He has published papers in reputed journals and has been serving as a reviewer board member of three repute journals. He’s also Faculty Member of the Medical and Health Sciences Institute School.

Amr Elnaggar
10:30 AM-11:00 AM

Amr Elnaggar

Med Care Hospital, UAE

Title: Chest Pain Presentations And ECG interpretations

Abstract:

Acute coronary syndromes remain a public health concern that has a negative impact on the quality of life of thousands of patients worldwide and represents an important economic burden for health-care systems. To reduce ACS morbidity and mortality in the emergency room (ER), an expedite and accurate diagnosis of acute ischemic heart disease is mandatory. Rapid identification of coronary syndromes leads to prompt and optimal treatment, therefore reducing the burden of chronic disease if patients achieve revascularization within an optimal time frame. Early recognition of ECG changes and use of chest pain scores can reduce delays to treatment and improve clinical outcomes for acute myocardial infarction patients and other medical emergencies. This chapter summarizes ACS pathology, classification, clinical presentation, risk stratification, biomarker use, imaging modalities, as well as the most universally accepted diagnostic and therapeutic strategies.

Biography:

Dr. Amr Elnaggar is certified medical doctor and emergency medicine specialist, Had his MBBs. in General Medicine & Surgery, Alexandria University (2005). Master degree of Emergency Medicine, Alexandria University (2012). Certified Manager (American institute of business and management). (2021) Head of emergency department in MEDCARE HOSPITAL (DUBAI). UAE. He bear many certificates in Emergency and Trauma management (BLS, ACLS, ALS, STEPs, ATLS), with a sound knowledge of running emergency services.

Speakers

Rahul Hajare
09:00 AM-09:30 AM

Rahul Hajare

Indian Council of Medical Research, India

Title: Mission Virtual Sex Best In Future Of Vaginal Covid

Abstract:

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Biography:

Dr. Rahul Hajare is Post Doctoral Student of World Renowned Scientist Respected Dr, Ramesh Paranjape’ Retired Director & Scientist ‘G’ of National AIDS Research Institute Pune. He has completed graduation in Pharmacy from Amravati University Amravati in 2003. Master of Pharmacy Institute of Pharmaceutical Science and Education Nagpur University in 2005 with Distinction. PhD form Vinayaka Mission University Salem in 2012 TN and Post Doc from Indian Council of Medical Research New Delhi in 2015..

Anil Batta
09:30 AM-10:00 AM

Anil Batta

Govt Medical College, India

Title: Guidelines For The Acute Treatment Of Cerebral Edema In Neurocritical Care Patients

Abstract:

Acute treatment of cerebral edema and elevated intracranial pressure is a common issue in patients with neurological injury. Practical recommendations regarding selection and monitoring of therapies for initial management of cerebral edema for optimal efcacy and safety are generally lacking. This guideline evaluates the role of hyperosmolar agents (mannitol, HTS), corticosteroids, and selected non-pharmacologic therapies in the acute treatment of cerebral edema. Clinicians must be able to select appropriate therapies for initial cerebral edema management based on available evidence while balancing efcacy and safety. Methods: The Neurocritical Care Society recruited experts in neurocritical care, nursing, and pharmacy to create a panel in 2017. The group generated 16 clinical questions related to initial management of cerebral edema in various neurological insults using the PICO format. A research librarian executed a comprehensive literature search through July 2018. The panel screened the identifed articles for inclusion related to each specifc PICO question and abstracted necessary information for pertinent publications. The panel used GRADE methodology to categorize the quality of evidence as high, moderate, low, or very low based on their confdence that the fndings of each publication approximate the true efect of the therapy.

Biography:

Prof. Dr. Anil Batta is presently professor & Head with senior consultant in Govt. Medical College, Amritsar. He did his M.B.B.S. and M.D. in Medical Biochemistry from Govt. Medical College, Patiala in 1984 and 1991, respectively. His research interest is mainly in clinical application especially cancer and drug de-addiction. He has supervised more than 25 M.D., M.Sc. and Doctorate researches and published more than 130 international research papers. He is the chief editor of America’s Journal of Biochemistry. He is also working as advisor to the editorial board of International Journal of Biological and Medical Research. He has been deputed member Editorial Board of numerous International & National Medical Journals of Biochemistry.