6th Global Summit on Pediatrics and Neonotology is scheduled during Apr 25-26, 2022 in Tokyo, Japan with academic and industrial expertise with the Theme: Modern Techniques and Therapies in Pediatrics and Neonatology. This conference provides a platform to share new ideas and advancing technologies in Euro Pediatrics conference This conference can focus on new concepts and approaches.
Conference Scientific Sessions:
Session 1. Pediatrics
Pediatrics is the main branch of medicine that deals with the medical supervision of children, infants, and adolescents. A Pediatrician is a child's physician who produces preventive health preservation for healthy children and medical supervision for children who are acutely or chronically ill. Pediatricians hold the mental, physical, and emotional well-being of their patients, in every phase of development in good health or in illness. They also are tangled with the prevention, early detection, and dealing of other problems that influence children and adolescents.
The brain is the command center of the human body. A newborn baby has all of the brain cells (neurons) they’ll have for the rest of their life, but it’s the connections between these cells that really make the brain work. Brain connections enable us to move, think, communicate and do just about everything. The early childhood years are crucial for making these connections. At least one million new neural connections (synapses) are made every second, more than at any other time in life.
Session 5. Pediatric Immunology and Infectious Diseases
A pediatric immunologist treats allergies and other immune system in children. In case of pediatric allergies, the most types of them are from pet dander, pollen dust, mold spores, dust, insect stings, food (e.g. peanut butter allergy). A pediatric allergist treats these unusual behaviors of a child’s immune system towards harmless particles. Such are the cases of hypersensitive immune system. In case a child’s immune system is not working properly, he may suffer from frequent and uncommon infections. Some of them are sinusitis, pneumonia, thrush and abscesses that keep coming back. Infectious diseases and immunology go hand in hand. A poor immune system leads to more susceptibility to infectious diseases. Such infection include sinusitis (inflammation of one of the sinuses), thrush (a fungus infection in the mouth), pneumonia (infection of the lung), and abscesses (collection of the pus surrounded by inflamed tissue).
Keywords: Pediatrics | Neonotology | Pediatric Cardiology | Advanced Pediatrics | Pediatric Surgery | Clinical Pediatrics | General pediatric | Pediatrica and Neonotology |Child Nutrition and Development| Pediatric Hematology and Oncology
Session 6. Pediatric Allergy and Respiratory Disorders
Pediatric allergies are the foremost common style of disorder that youngsters suffer. Allergies may be caused by many factors like food (e.g., spread allergies), dust, cold, pollen etc. a number of the foremost common childhood hypersensitivity reaction includes allergic rhinitis (allergic rhinitis). It causes fretful, watery red eyes, liquid nose and chronic ear issues. Ear infection because of accumulation of fluid within the ear will cause poor speech development in youngsters. They additionally cause ear aches, itching, pop and fullness. Food allergies are quite common poignant virtually six million youngsters in us alone. In some special cases Associate in Nursing babe will have hypersensitivity reaction to their mother’s milk because of the mother’s diet. In such cases, the food to that the baby is allergic to should be eliminated from the mother’s diet. just in case a baby a severe hypersensitivity reaction to peanuts, the college authorities should be told concerning it from beforehand. Such youngsters should carry anti-allergic remedies. Respiratory disorders are one among the foremost current ailments in infancy.
Session 7. Breast Feeding
It is the nursing of the newborn baby with the mother’s milk just after an hour of the birth of the child. It is suggested to breastfeed a neonate for at least six months of age after which complementary feeding is recommended. Mother’s milk has sufficient nutrients for the growing neonate and only Vitamin D supplements are given to the child. In the beginning, the mother’s milk is called colostrum. It has a laxative that helps in the digestion process and helps prevent jaundice by helping to pass excess bilirubin. The composition of the mother’s milk keeps changing depending on the duration of feeding session and age of the baby. In the later stages, the milk becomes thick since contains more fat required for the growth for the baby. Mother’s milk contains antibody IgA which attacks germs in the mucous membranes of the throat, intestine and lungs. Any interruption during the first feed of the child can lead to disinterest in breastfeed of the child.
Session 9. Preterm-birth Complications and neonatal Intensive Care
Birth of a baby at or fewer than 37 weeks of gestation age and are known as preemies or premmies. Though the accurate reason of preterm birth is unknown, some of the risk factors include, diabetes, high blood pressure, being pregnant with more than one baby, vaginal infection, and psychological stress, tobacco smoking, obese or underweight. Babies born before 25 weeks of gestation age do not survive. Even if they do, they do with neural impairment for life. In case of a premature birth, the baby is kept in NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit) if the baby’s health is critically unstable. If the conditions are somewhat better, the mother is asked to keep the baby warm through skin to skin contact. Breast feeding is a very crucial part for the child’s survival.
The Pediatrics market can be calculated in coordination with the infant mortality rate, death rate and the rate of diseases attacked along with the vaccine production and consumption for the child cure. From the total European population, 13% of the pediatrics suffers from clinical diseases. WHO has estimated that, in 2030, around 15 million of neonates are born every year and approximately one million die due to preterm birth complications. In addition, there is currently a significant increase in the survival of these critically ill patients, and there is a significant global surge in the number of foetal and neonatal care equipment over the years in order to reduce these complications of prematurely born babies. The focus is on reducing the risk of sepsis, and complications in general, with the purpose of reducing the length of hospital stay, and therefore reducing costs, but most importantly, with the neuronal protection that allows good neurological development in the future of these babies. The most important factors for the birth of premature babies include delayed maternity, induced fertility, lack of proper parental care etc; in future the care equipment should see a growth with the help of rapid technological advancements in collaboration with government support. Changes in child care trend increases the prevalence rate of pediatric diseases. This report provides detail information about current scenario of pediatric treatment and expected growth in it.
Past Conference Report
We gratefully thank all our wonderful Speakers, Conference Attendees, Students, Media Partners, Associations and Exhibitors for making European Summit on Neonatology and Pediatrics 2019 the best ever!
European Summit on Neonatology and Pediatrics, hosted by the Longdom Conference was held during on June 12-13, 2019 at Paris, France, based on the theme "Emphasizing Challenges in Improving the Health and Well-Being of Children"
The conference was initiated with the Honourable presence of the Keynote forum. The list includes:
Kang-Yell Choi, University of South Korea,South Korea
Lazaros I Sakkas, University of Thessaly,Greece
Lionel Fry, Imperial College, London, UK
Mustafa Turhan, Sahin Celal Bayar UniversityTurkey
Polly Buchanan, Scottish Dermatology Nursing SocietyTurkey
Rossitza Lazova,Yale University,USA