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Annual congress on Womens Health & Reproductive Medicine, will be organized around the theme “Revolutionizing the Future Strategies for Women Health Research Venue: Holiday Inn Lisbon - Continental
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Euro Womens Health 2018 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Euro Womens Health 2018
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Menstrual cycle irregularities, pelvic floor disorders, bacterial vaginosis, vaginitis, ulvodynia etc. are the most common Gynaecological Health Disorders globally. Menstrual irregularities is defined as the variation in normal menstrual cycle that leads to timely period missing, excess bleedings etc. Urinary Tract Disorders are the problem occurs inside the urinary tract and the bladder. The two most common disorders are Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs), and Urinary Incontinence (UI). UI, fecal incontinence, and pelvic organ prolapse are the common pelvic floor disorders. Vaginitis occurs due to inflammation of the vagina resulting burning sensation, pain, itching and liquid discharge with bad odour.
- Track 1-1Menstruation and menstrual irregularities
- Track 1-2Urinary tract health & disorders
- Track 1-3Urinary incontinence and pelvic floor disorders
- Track 1-4Bacterial vaginosis & vaginitis
- Track 1-5Uterine fibroids, and vulvodynia
Common Pregnancy issues include preconception care and prenatal care, miscarriage & stillbirth, premature birth, sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), preterm labor and birth defects. Preconception care is the healthcare facilities that a Woman get before her pregnancy and Prenatal care is the caring during pregnancy. Regular caring, health checking, and prenatal visits are highly necessary for mother as well as the fetus in the womb. Preterm birth is one of the most common cause of death and long-term disability of the nervous system of the child. Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) are the sudden and unexplained deaths of children below 1 years.
- Track 2-1Preconception care and prenatal care
- Track 2-2Pregnancy loss (miscarriage and stillbirth)
- Track 2-3Preterm labor and premature birth
- Track 2-4Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS)
- Track 2-5Birth defects
- Track 2-6Breastfeeding
- Track 2-7Influence of Drugs and General Awareness in Pregnancy
The most common disorders that leads to infertility include uterine fibroids, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), primary ovarian insufficiency and endometriosis. Uterine fibroids, or leiomyoma are the common non-cancerous tumor cells grow in the walls of the uterus and is more common in women with child bearing age (25-44). Uterine fibroids lead to abnormal bleeding from uterus and sever pain. Uterine fibres present in uterus leads to infertility by hindering the pregnancy process. Hysterectomy is the only curing option of fibroids. Endometriosis is another condition in which there are abnormal growth of cells inside the uterus and these cells grow outside of uterus resulting pain and leads to infertility. In case of Primary ovarian insufficiency (POI), the ovaries stop functioning normally before the age of 40. It hinders the ovulation process and leads to infertility.
- Track 3-1Uterine fibroids
- Track 3-2Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
- Track 3-3Ovarian and cervical cancers
- Track 3-4Turner syndrome
- Track 3-5Rett syndrome
Most of the advanced Surgical Gynaecology techniques are advanced and minimally invasive. These surgical techniques can be used to treat various gynaecological conditions ranging from hysterectomies, to treat infertility, and to remove painful fibroids. The most commonly used surgery techniques are: laparoscopy, hysterectomy, & robotic surgery. Hysteroscopy is performed to treat Endometrial Ablation, fibroids and to do permanent birth control. Laparoscopy is commonly used to diagnosis the condition of outer part of uterus, Endometriosis, treatment of fibroids and infertility, Hysterectomy including sterilization.
- Track 4-1Minimal Invasive Procedures
- Track 4-2LEEP Procedure
- Track 4-3Pelvic Ultrasound & Laparoscopy
- Track 4-4Hysterectomy & Hysterosalpingography
- Track 4-5Fluid-Contrast Ultrasound (FCUS)
- Track 4-6Endometrial Ablation & Uterine Biopsy
- Track 4-7Dilation and Curettage (D&C)
- Track 4-8Colporrhaphy and Colposcopy
- Track 4-9Adhesiolysis & Cervical (Cone) Biopsy
- Track 4-10Gynecological Surgery Procedures: Hysteroscopy, Laparoscopy, da Vinci Robotic Surgery etc.
- Track 4-11Trends in OB/GYN Procedures
- Track 4-12Surgical treatment of urinary incontinence
- Track 4-13Minimally invasive gynecologic surgery
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a condition in which one in each 10 women are generally affected. PCOS condition leads to hormonal imbalance in women’s body and affects the overall health and appearance. PCOS is considered as one of the common reason of infertility and is treatable. Between 5-10% of women with child bearing age (15-44) generally affected by PCOS. PCOS generally affects ovaries, responsible to produce estrogen and progesterone hormone. PCOS most commonly remains undiagnosed. About 70% of women affected with PCOS remains undiagnosed. Some common symptoms of PCOS include Irregular menstrual cycle, hirsutism, Acne, thinning of hair, excess Weight gain, Darkening of skin and skin tagging. There is no cure for PCOS, but medications are being used to manage the symptoms of PCOS.
- Track 5-1Diagnosis, Treatment & Management of PCOS: Current trends, advancements & future strategies
- Track 5-2Complications of PCOS
- Track 5-3PCOS Diagnosis methods: Ultrasound, Hormonal blood tests, Testing adolescents for PCOS, glucose metabolism/ tolerance tests etc.
- Track 5-4PCOS & Pregnancy
- Track 5-5Effects or PCOS on Women’s Health
- Track 5-6PCOS in Teens and Adolescents: Early Diagnosis and Intervention
- Track 5-7PCOS Medications: Hormonal birth control, including the pill, patch, shot, vaginal ring, and hormone intrauterine device (IUD), Anti-androgen medicines and Metformin etc.
Endometriosis is the growth of tissues of the inner lines of the uterus to outside of uterus. In healthcare terms, lesions/nodules/implants are used to describes the endometrial patches. Most of the Endometriosis patches grow in the pelvic cavity and generally, on or over the two ovaries and ovaries, behind the uterus or tissues holding the uterus, and on the bowels or bladder. The major symptom is the pelvic pain very often linked with menstrual cycle, sometimes cramping during the period and the pain is worse than regular pains during the cycle. The main complication of Endometriosis is infertility. About 30-50% women suffering with Endometriosis face difficulties in their pregnancy.
- Track 6-1Diagnosis, Treatment & Management
- Track 6-2Clinical trials in Endometriosis
- Track 6-3Endometriosis: Risk factor for ovarian cancer/ Endometrial cancer?
- Track 6-4Endometriosis therapies: Elagolix (ABT–620), OBE2109, Relugolix , & Ovarest (leuprolide) etc.
- Track 6-5Challanges in Endometriosis treatment and future innovations
Osteoporosis resulted in weakening of bones and increases the risk of sudden or unexpected fractures. In Osteoporosis there are the loss of bone mass & strength resulting pours bones. Osteoporosis frequently progress without any noticeable symptoms or pains like other Women’s Health issues. The exact cause of Osteoporosis is unknown. The risk of developing Osteoporosis is common in woman at post menopause state. Osteoporosis is very common in women as compared to men. There are two types of Osteoporosis:
- Type I Osteoporosis: It is otherwise known as Postmenopausal Osteoporosis and happens after menopause at that time when estrogen levels decrease rapidly. During this, bone loss occurs in trabecular bones inside hard cortical bone.
- Type II osteoporosis: Called as senile Osteoporosis and occurs after age of 70 and results in thinning of both the trabecular as well as cortical bone.
- Track 7-1Postmenopausal Osteoporosis: Prevention, Treatment & Management
- Track 7-2Senile Osteoporosis
- Track 7-3Conservative Treatments for Osteoporosis
- Track 7-4Surgery for Vertebral Fractures
- Track 7-5Hormone therapy for osteoporosis
- Track 7-6Calcium and Vitamin D: Top Foods to Prevent Osteoporosis
Contraception is otherwise called as birth control or fertility control. Contraception is the method to use some device to prevent pregnancy. Though birth control systems are available since ancient times, safe, secure and effective methods are available from 20th century. Planning to implement birth control system is call family planning. Now a days Contraception is an unmet need for both developed and developing countries. Around 222 million of women in developing countries are not accessible to modern contraception methods and always remained an unmet need.
- Track 8-1Contraception: Current social barriers, unmet need and challenges
- Track 8-2Modern contraception methods: Intra Uterine Devices (IUDs), Depo Provera, Contraceptive implants, Diaphragms, progestogen-only pill (POP) etc.
- Track 8-3Other Long Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC)
- Track 8-4Traditional Contraceptive methods: Tubal Ligation (Sterilisation), Vasectomy, NuvaRing (Vaginal Ring), Postnatal Contraception etc.
- Track 8-5Side effects, Pros and cons of various contraception methods
- Track 9-1Diet for healthy breast-feeding women
- Track 9-2Perinatal & Infant Health
- Track 9-3Children with Special Health Care Needs
- Track 9-4Adolescent & Young Adult Health
- Track 9-5Child Health: Treatment of illnesses such as diarrhoea, pneumonia, and malaria Water, sanitation, and hygiene
- Track 9-6Prevention of Communicable diseases
- Track 10-1Perinatology: Health issues & Management
- Track 10-2Genetic Counseling and Advanced Genetic Testing
- Track 10-3Diagnostic testing and procedures (CVS, Amniocentesis, Fetal Echocardiography, Saline Infusion Sonohysterograms)
- Track 10-4Women’s GYN care throughout patients’ reproductive lifetimes
- Track 10-5Prenatal care and deliveries to both high risk pregnancy and low-risk patients
- Track 10-6Medical. Surgical, Obstetrical, Fetal and Genetics complications of pregnancy
- Track 10-7High-risk management for complicated pregnancies
- Track 10-8Advanced Care for High-Risk Pregnancies
- Track 10-9Management of Nausea and Vomiting of Pregnancy and Hyperemesis Gravidarum
- Track 10-10Gestational Diabetes Mellitus
- Track 10-11Dermatological problems in pregnancy & Management
- Track 10-12Management of health concerns of mother and fetus prior, during, & shortly after pregnancy
- Track 10-13Gestational Diabetes Management
- Track 11-1Reproductive endocrinology and infertility
- Track 11-2Female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery
- Track 11-3Pediatric and adolescent gynecology
- Track 11-4Menopausal and geriatric gynecology
- Track 11-5Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics (ALSO)
- Track 11-6Management of emergent OB/GYN situations
- Track 11-7Obstetric and gynecologic problems, issues, and perspectives, such as maternal mortality and family planning
- Track 12-1Breast Cancer: Screening, Diagnosis & Treatment
- Track 12-2Breast Cancer Rehabilitation/Survivorship
- Track 12-3Breast Cancer: Clinical Trials
- Track 12-4Breast Cancer: Current treatment trends & Future treatments
- Track 13-1Gynecological Cancers (Womens Cancers): Screening, Diagnosis, treatment & Management
- Track 13-2Cervical Cancer
- Track 13-3Gestational Trophoblastic Disease (GTD)
- Track 13-4Primary Peritoneal Cancer
- Track 13-5Ovarian Cancer
- Track 13-6Uterine/Endometrial Cancer
- Track 13-7Vaginal Cancer
- Track 13-8Vulvar Cancer
- Track 13-9Womb cancer
- Track 14-1Infertility management techniques & advancements: In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), Intrauterine insemination (IUI),Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), Ovarian Stimulation, and other Assisted reproductive technology (ART)
- Track 14-2Complications of infertility treatments: Multiple pregnancy, Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS), Bleeding or infection etc.
- Track 14-3Diagnostic tests for Infertility: Ovulation testing, Hysterosalpingography, Ovarian reserve testing, Imaging tests, Hysteroscopy, Laparoscopy, Genetic testing, and hormonal testings etc.
- Track 14-4Sexual Health assessment
- Track 14-5Innovations in IVF & Management of miscarriage
- Track 16-1STDs during Pregnancy
- Track 16-2Common sexually transmitted infections (STIs): Chlamydia, Chancroid, Crabs (pubic lice), Genital herpes, Hepatitis B, HIV and AIDS, Human Papillomavirus (HPV), Trichomoniasis, Molluscum contagiosum & others
- Track 16-3Awareness, Guidelines, Screening, Diagnosis, Management & Treatment of STDs & STIs
- Track 16-4STDs & Infertility
- Track 16-5Clinical Trials in Sexually Transmitted Diseases
- Track 17-1Heart disease presentation, diagnosis and management
- Track 17-2 Heart disease in women: Understand symptoms and risk factors
- Track 17-3Unique cardiovascular conditions in women
- Track 17-4Counsel women with pre-existing heart disease on risks of pregnancy
- Track 17-5Normal cardiovascular hemodynamics of pregnancy
- Track 17-6Manage women with cardiovascular disease during pregnancy, labor and delivery
- Track 17-7Heart disease risk factors for women: Diabetes, Mental stress and depression, Menopause, Smoking, Coronary microvascular disease (MVD), Broken heart syndrome, Pregnancy complications etc.
- Track 17-8Heart Attack Symptoms in Women
- Track 17-9Preventing Heart Disease in Women
- Track 18-1Diagnosis and Management of Common Mental Health Issues: Depression, anxiety, perinatal depression, premenstrual dysphoric disorder, and perimenopause-related depression
- Track 18-2Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder (Manic-Depressive Illness) & Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in women
- Track 18-3Mental health of women in mid-life
- Track 18-4Psychological distress, sexual violence, domestic violence and escalating rates of substance use and social implications
- Track 18-5 Effects of estrogen on memory, behavior, cognition, and emotion