Sessions

Nov 16-17, 2023    Paris, France
5th International Conference on

Respiratory Disease and Care

Sessions

Potential Indoor Air Treatments to Prevent Disease Transmission

Arguably, the defining element of terrestrial life is respiration, the air that we breathe. Most if not all self-aware respiratory organisms take this for granted, but the last several years have seen this paradigm turned on its head, as a respiratory pandemic has consumed the global human population, leaving in its wake a trail of death and devastation. This conference comes at a critical time in the pandemic, providing an opportunity to take stock of where we have come from and where we are, to compare notes, to divulge what we have learned thus far, what works and what doesn't work, and what we can propose going forward to secure effective medical care, the health of the air we breathe, indeed our very survival. In this spirit, I welcome you, my colleagues, and allies in this war which remains ongoing. Failure is not an option.

Pleural Effusion workshops | Pneumonia Conferences | Pneumonia Events | Pneumonia Meetings | Pneumonia workshops | Pneumonia Summit | Pneumoconiosis Meetings | Pneumoconiosis Summit | Pneumoconiosis Conferences | Pneumoconiosis workshops | Pneumoconiosis Events | Emphysema workshops | Emphysema Events | Emphysema Conferences | Emphysema Meetings | Emphysema Summits | Cystic Fibrosis Events | Cystic Fibrosis Conferences | Cystic Fibrosis Meetings | Cystic Fibrosis Summit | Cystic Fibrosis workshops | COPD Conferences | COPD Events | COPD Meetings | COPD Summit | COPD workshops | Allergic Rhinitis Conferences | Allergic Rhinitis Events | Allergic Rhinitis workshops | Allergic Rhinitis Summit | Allergic Rhinitis Meetings

Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS)

Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) is a condition that will be discussed at the Respiratory Disease Conference in detail. In this condition, the fluid builds up in the lungs, because of which oxygen can’t get to the organs. The fluid starts leaking from small blood vessels and collects in tiny air sacs in the lungs so they can’t fill with enough air. Because of this, blood can’t pick up the oxygen which needs to carry to the rest of the body. In this way, organs might not work the way they should or might shut down. ARDS is sometimes life-threatening and can get worse quickly, but generally can be treated and most people recover.

Respiratory Conferences | Respiratory Events | Respiratory Meetings | Respiratory workshops | Pulmonology Meetings | Pulmonology Events | Pulmonology Workshops | Pulmonology Conferences | Lung Transplant Conferences | Lung Transplant Events |  Lung Transplant workshops | Lung Transplant Meetings | Pulmonary Vascular Diseases Conferences | Pulmonary Vascular Diseases Meetings | Pulmonary Vascular Disease Events | Pulmonary Vascular Disease Summit | Pulmonary Hypertension Summit | Pulmonary Hypertension Conferences | Pulmonary Hypertension EventsPulmonary Hypertension MeetingsPulmonary Hypertension workshops | Lung Cancer Events | Lung Cancer Summit | Lung Cancer Meetings | Lung Cancer Conferences | Lung Cancer workshops

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is a slowly progressive obstruction of airflow into or out of the lungs. Experts have estimated about 32 million persons in the United States have COPD. The disease occurs slightly more often in men than in women. The symptoms come on slowly and many people are consequently diagnosed after the age of 40-50 although some are diagnosed at a younger age. COPD patients may exhibit symptoms of chronic bronchitis emphysema and asthma. 

Respiratory Conferences | Respiratory Events | Respiratory Meetings | Respiratory workshops | Pulmonology Meetings | Pulmonology Events | Pulmonology Workshops | Pulmonology Conferences | Lung Transplant Conferences | Lung Transplant Events |  Lung Transplant workshops | Lung Transplant Meetings | Pulmonary Vascular Diseases Conferences | Pulmonary Vascular Diseases Meetings | Pulmonary Vascular Disease Events | Pulmonary Vascular Disease Summit | Pulmonary Hypertension Summit | Pulmonary Hypertension Conferences | Pulmonary Hypertension EventsPulmonary Hypertension MeetingsPulmonary Hypertension workshops | Lung Cancer Events | Lung Cancer Summit | Lung Cancer Meetings | Lung Cancer Conferences | Lung Cancer workshops

Cardiopulmonary Disorders

The term cardiopulmonary disease describes a wide range of conditions that affect the heart and lungs and we invite all members to join the Cardiopulmonary Disorders Conference to get updated in this field. These organs are closely connected and a problem in one can spill over to the other. For example, when the heart is not able to pump blood efficiently | normal oxygen movement in the lungs is reduced | causing shortness of breath. On the other hand | a problem with the lungs can cause the heart to have to work harder to get oxygen from the lungs into the blood.

Common types of this disease include:

  1. Chronic bronchitis
  2. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
  3. Congestive heart failure
  4. Emphysema

Tuberculosis workshops | Tuberculosis Meetings | Tuberculosis Summit | Tuberculosis Events | Tuberculosis Conferences | Asthma Meetings | Asthma Conferences | Asthma Summit | Asthma workshops | Asthma Events | Cardio Pulmonary Disorders Events | Cardio Pulmonary Disorders Summit | Cardio Pulmonary Disorders Conferences | Cardio Pulmonary Disorders Meetings | Cardio Pulmonary Disorders workshops | Respiratory Failure Events | Respiratory Failure Conferences | Respiratory Failure Meetings | Respiratory Failure Summit | Respiratory Failure workshops | Pleural Effusion Summit | Pleural Effusion Conferences | Pleural Effusion Meetings | Pleural Effusion Events

Respiratory Failure and COPD Complications

Respiratory Failure:
Respiratory failure is a condition in which your blood doesn't have enough oxygen and has too much carbon dioxide. Sometimes it has both problems i.e. when you breathe your lungs take in oxygen and the oxygen passes into the bloodstream, which carries it to other organs. Another part of breathing is removing the carbon dioxide from the blood and breathing it out. Having too much carbon dioxide in your blood can harm your organs. If this imbalance occurs then it hampers and creates abnormality in the lungs leading to respiratory failure.

COPD Complications:
COPD can cause many complications, like:-

  • Respiratory infections. People with COPD are more likely to catch colds, the flu, and pneumonia.
  • Heart problems. For reasons that aren't fully understood COPD can increase your risk of heart disease including heart attack
  • Lung cancer. People with COPD have a higher risk of developing lung cancer.
  • High blood pressure in lung arteries. COPD may cause high blood pressure in the arteries that bring blood to your lungs.
  • Depression. Difficulty breathing can keep you from doing activities that you enjoy and dealing with a serious illness can contribute to the development of depression.

Respiratory Conferences | Respiratory Events | Respiratory Meetings | Respiratory workshops | Pulmonology Meetings | Pulmonology Events | Pulmonology Workshops | Pulmonology Conferences | Lung Transplant Conferences | Lung Transplant Events |  Lung Transplant workshops | Lung Transplant Meetings | Pulmonary Vascular Diseases Conferences | Pulmonary Vascular Diseases Meetings | Pulmonary Vascular Disease Events | Pulmonary Vascular Disease Summit | Pulmonary Hypertension Summit | Pulmonary Hypertension Conferences | Pulmonary Hypertension EventsPulmonary Hypertension MeetingsPulmonary Hypertension workshops | Lung Cancer Events | Lung Cancer Summit | Lung Cancer Meetings | Lung Cancer Conferences | Lung Cancer workshops

Mechanical Ventilation

Mechanical ventilation is a treatment to help a person breathe when they find it difficult or are unable to breathe on their own. Here a mechanical ventilator pushes airflow into the patient’s lungs to help them breathe.

Mechanical ventilation may be:

  1. Invasive ventilation with a tube inserted into the patient’s airway was performed in the intensive care unit in the hospital.
  2. Noninvasive ventilation can be used at home by people with respiratory difficulties.

Pleural Effusion workshops | Pneumonia Conferences | Pneumonia Events | Pneumonia Meetings | Pneumonia workshops | Pneumonia Summit | Pneumoconiosis Meetings | Pneumoconiosis Summit | Pneumoconiosis Conferences | Pneumoconiosis workshops | Pneumoconiosis Events | Emphysema workshops | Emphysema Events | Emphysema Conferences | Emphysema Meetings | Emphysema Summits | Cystic Fibrosis Events | Cystic Fibrosis Conferences | Cystic Fibrosis Meetings | Cystic Fibrosis Summit | Cystic Fibrosis workshops | COPD Conferences | COPD Events | COPD Meetings | COPD Summit | COPD workshops | Allergic Rhinitis Conferences | Allergic Rhinitis Events | Allergic Rhinitis workshops | Allergic Rhinitis Summit | Allergic Rhinitis Meetings

Pulmonary Vascular Disease

Pulmonary vascular disease (PVD) is a broad term including any condition that affects the blood vessels within the lungs. These vessels take blood that is depleted of oxygen to the lungs from the right side of the heart. Deoxygenated blood travels through the pulmonary arteries where oxygen is taken up. The pulmonary veins leave the lungs and take blood rich with oxygen to the left side of the heart where oxygenated blood is distributed throughout the body. This process continually refills the blood with oxygen and lets carbon dioxide be exhaled. A pulmonary vascular disorder can lead to cardiovascular problems as well as damage the quality of the patient’s life.

Tuberculosis workshops | Tuberculosis Meetings | Tuberculosis Summit | Tuberculosis Events | Tuberculosis Conferences | Asthma Meetings | Asthma Conferences | Asthma Summit | Asthma workshops | Asthma Events | Cardio Pulmonary Disorders Events | Cardio Pulmonary Disorders Summit | Cardio Pulmonary Disorders Conferences | Cardio Pulmonary Disorders Meetings | Cardio Pulmonary Disorders workshops | Respiratory Failure Events | Respiratory Failure Conferences | Respiratory Failure Meetings | Respiratory Failure Summit | Respiratory Failure workshops | Pleural Effusion Summit | Pleural Effusion Conferences | Pleural Effusion Meetings | Pleural Effusion Events

Respiratory Disease Market Trends and R&D

The global pulmonology lasers market is estimated to garner a sizeable revenue by growing at a CAGR of ~12% over the forecast period, i.e., 2022 – 2031. The growth of the market can be attributed primarily to the increasing prevalence of lung cancer, as laser therapy is widely being used for providing curative effects for this cancer at its early stages. According to the World Cancer Research Fund, lung cancer is the most common cancer in men and the third most commonly occurring cancer in women. In 2018, there were about 2 million new cases of this cancer. Along with this, pulmonary lasers act as both palliative and curative therapy for relieving the obstructions in the airway caused due to various complications like neoplasms, tumors, and lesions. This in turn is also expected to drive market growth significantly in the forthcoming years. Furthermore, rising R&D activities in the healthcare sector to develop sophisticated technologies for complications associated with airway tract is projected to offer lucrative opportunities to the market in the near future.

Respiratory Conferences | Respiratory Meetings | Respiratory Workshops | Tuberculosis Workshops | Tuberculosis Meetings | Tuberculosis Summit | Tuberculosis Symposiums | Tuberculosis Conferences | Asthma Meetings | Asthma Conferences | Asthma Summit | Asthma workshops | Asthma Symposiums | Cardio Pulmonary Disorders Symposiums | Cardio Pulmonary Disorders Summit | Cardio Pulmonary Disorders Conferences | Cardio Pulmonary Disorders Meetings | Cardio Pulmonary Disorders Workshops | Respiratory Failure SymposiumsRespiratory Failure Conferences | Respiratory Failure Meetings | Respiratory Failure Summit | Respiratory Failure Workshops | Pleural Effusion Summit | Pleural Effusion Conferences | Pleural Effusion Meetings | Pleural Effusion Symposiums

  [email protected]
  [email protected]
  [email protected]
Speakers Interview