Track Categories

The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.

Minimally invasive surgical procedures, modern devices such as laparoscopes, endoscopes, and robots, and new technology such as artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and personalised medicine have all revolutionised the art, science, and business of surgery. This ground-breaking programme trains both new and experienced surgeons to think and work in the "hospital setting of the future," while also assisting them in overcoming the challenges of learning new methods, comprehending, and integrating new technology, retaining surgical competencies, and applying surgical outcomes data to their practises.

 

  • Track 1-1New procedures and techniques
  • Track 1-2New instruments (medical devices, digital surgery, robotics)
  • Track 1-3Computer medicine and AI
  • Track 1-4Telemedicine
  • Track 1-5Infectious diseases
  • Track 1-6Reconstruction of Lower Extremities
  • Track 1-7Reconstruction of Lower Extremities

General Surgery depends on surgical interventions that specialise in the system, alimentary canal, liver, colon, and other major parts of the physical body. This department gives proper management to the patients suffering from diseases involving skin, soft-tissue, breast, hernia, and trauma. The digestive tract, the abdomen and its contents, the skin and soft tissue, including the breasts, the head and neck, the blood vessels and heart, the endocrine system (hormones and glands), surgical treatment of cancer, surgical management of serious injuries, and care of critically ill patients with surgical needs are all areas of surgery that a general surgeon is involved with.

  • Track 2-1Surgical critical care
  • Track 2-2Alimentary tract
  • Track 2-3Abdomen and its contents
  • Track 2-4Breast, skin, and soft tissue
  • Track 2-5Endocrine system

Medical research entails studies in a range of aspects, including biology, chemistry, pharmacology, and toxicology, with the aim of creating new medicines or improving the use of those that are already accessible. It can be interpreted as encompassing both preclinical and clinical research. It provides novel insights into diagnostic and molecular imaging, offering essential prior knowledge for diagnosis and treatment indispensable in all areas of medical sciences.

From breakthroughs in oncology, gene therapies, and heart health, to the development of COVID-19 vaccines that are now being administered domestically and around the world and each day advances in medical research is wide and most impactful. The most significant developments are made when experts from various fields collaborate in novel ways to solve a complicated problem.

  • Track 3-1Better treatment for heart diseases
  • Track 3-2Therapies for cancer expand with new drugs.
  • Track 3-3Minimally invasive surgery and drug therapy
  • Track 3-4Robotic techniques revolutionize surgery
  • Track 3-5Medical imaging advancement
  • Track 3-6Genetics and gene therapies

Internal medicine's three mantras are prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of internal diseases.  It assist both laboratory and clinical methods, relating to the study and research of human disease. Internists (physicians) are experts in treating patients with undifferentiated or multi-system illnesses. Subspecialties of internal medicine includes allergy & immunology, cardiology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, hematology, infectious disease, nephrology, pulmonology, rheumatology, and sports medicine. It also deals with noncommunicable chronic diseases like diabetes, HTN, COPD, asthma, migraine, stroke, myocardial infarct, chronic renal disorder, and arthritis.

 

  • Track 4-1Methods of disease prevention
  • Track 4-2Diagnostic and therapeutic challenges
  • Track 4-3Internal medicine diseases
  • Track 4-4Disorders & syndromes

There are different types of surgical procedures available today depending on individual's condition. Unless the operation is an emergency, the doctor will usually discuss the surgery plan with the patient ahead of time. The surgeon will determine which surgery method to use based on medical tests such as blood tests, MRIs, CT scans, X-rays, or any other laboratory work available.

Elective surgery is a planned surgery which is not necessary for the individual to stay in good health for example cosmetic surgeries. Required surgery is done to retain quality of life which is not performed immediately example of required surgery is kidney stone or tumor removal. Emergency surgery is done when patient’s condition is life threatening, surgery is considered emergent.

Cardiovascular surgery, bowel surgery, reconstructive surgery, deep tissue procedures, transplant procedures, and surgeries in the liver, chest, or cranium are all examples of major surgery. Biopsies, wound repairs, and the removal of warts, benign skin lesions, haemorrhoids, and abscesses are all examples of minor procedures.

  • Track 5-1Minimally invasive surgery
  • Track 5-2Outpatient surgery
  • Track 5-3Vascular surgery
  • Track 5-4Pediatric surgery
  • Track 5-5Breast surgery
  • Track 5-6Colon and rectal surgery

Complementary medicine is a conventional medical treatment where they treat symptoms and diseases using drugs, radiation, or surgery. Allopathic medicine, biomedicine, mainstream medicine, orthodox medicine, and western medicine are all concepts for same. Alternative medicine is any procedure that is reasonably healthy and seeks to achieve the therapeutic benefits of medicine. They use treatments that are more natural and help them feel more in control and often needs the patient to stay active and adapt with lifestyle changes (e.g., diet, exercise, meditation, or psychological exercises)

Ayurveda is a form of complementary and alternative medicine focused on the belief that good health and wellbeing are dependent on a balance of body, mind, and spirit to prevent disease and treat health problems. It is a holistic natural health care system. It has been practised in India for over 4500 years.

  • Track 6-1Ayurveda (ayurvedic medicine)
  • Track 6-2Integrative medicine
  • Track 6-3Nutritional therapy
  • Track 6-4Traditional chinese medicine (TCM)
  • Track 6-5Homeopathy and folk medicine
  • Track 6-6Aromatherapy

Nursing is the study of principles and realistic concepts for enhancing linked service of people of all ages, their families, societies, and clinicians, as well as maintaining or regaining optimum health and quality of life. It combines natural, applied, and human science into a multidimensional lens to look for better and more innovative ways to provide health care. Nursing care covers the promotion of wellbeing, the prevention of disease, the care of the disabled, and the care of the sick and dying.

Maintaining and restoring health through disease treatment and prevention, especially by qualified and licenced practitioners, is referred to as healthcare (as in medicine, dentistry, clinical psychology, and public health) There are the doctors, nurses, and assistants who identify and manage health problems for patients. They also offer preventative services to patients to help them maintain good health. 

  • Track 7-1Clinical healthcare
  • Track 7-2Therapy and rehabilitation
  • Track 7-3Healthcare administration
  • Track 7-4Advances in nursing science
  • Track 7-5Advanced emergency nursing
  • Track 7-6Medical ethics and health policies
  • Track 7-7Medical ethics and health policies

Surgical oncology is a field of cancer treatment that uses surgery to identify, stage, and treat cancer. Palliative operations are performed by surgical oncologists to help control pain, boost a patient's comfort level, and treat cancer-related symptoms and side effects. Conditions that fall under the category of surgical oncology includes breast cancer, colorectal cancer, head and neck cancer, melanoma, pancreatic cancer/tumours, sarcoma, other types of skin cancer and thyroid tumours

Almost all cells in the body can mutate and become cancerous or form tumours. As opposed to specialising in all forms of cancer, it is normal for a surgeon to specialise in treating illnesses in a particular part of the body, with surgical oncology as a sub-specialty. Cancer research is conducted to determine the cause of the disease and to establish strategies for prevention, diagnosis, care, and cure. It extends from the study of disease transmission, execution of clinical trials, molecular science and these applications subsume surgery, chemotherapy, radiation treatment, and immunotherapy and hormone treatment.

  • Track 8-1Surgical interventions in cancer
  • Track 8-2Targeted cancer therapy
  • Track 8-3Precision medicine and personalized therapy
  • Track 8-4Studies on signal transduction in relation to drug action
  • Track 8-5Radiation oncology

The science of preserving and enhancing people's and communities' health is known as public health. Promoting healthier behaviours, studying disease and injury prevention, and identifying, preventing, and reacting to infectious diseases are all part of this job. The overall goal of public health is to protect the health of whole communities.

Handwashing and breastfeeding promotion, vaccination delivery, suicide prevention, smoking cessation, obesity education, growing healthcare accessibility, and condom distribution are all common public health programmes aimed at preventing the spread of sexually transmitted diseases. In any disease epidemic or health emergency, risk communication is a critical public health intervention. It refers to the real-time sharing of information, advice, and opinions between experts, officials, and people who are threatened with harm to make informed decisions and adopt protective behaviours.

 

  • Track 9-1Public health perspective in the times of COVID-19
  • Track 9-2Vaccination delivery
  • Track 9-3Global Pandemic
  • Track 9-4Infectious diseases

It is a medical specialty that deals with the diagnosis and care of patients who have injuries to, or diseases/disorders of, the brain, spinal cord, and spinal column, as well as peripheral nerves in all parts of the body. Adult and paediatric patients are also treated in the neurosurgical specialty. While coping with fragile sections of the nervous system, neurosurgery necessitates physical dexterity and deep focus. Neurosurgeons use instruments including magnetic resonance imaging and cranial taxonomy scans to detect symptoms during physical examinations.

Thoracic surgery focuses on heart, lungs, and oesophagus which is among the organs in the chest that can be operated by a surgeon. Minimally invasive methods or an open surgical procedure known as a thoracotomy are also options for thoracic surgery.

  • Track 10-1Video-assisted thoracic surgery
  • Track 10-2Robotic thoracic surgery
  • Track 10-3Neurological disorder and strokes
  • Track 10-4Spinal neurosurgery
  • Track 10-5Neuroscience and artificial intelligent

Plastic surgery is used to improve a person's appearance as well as reconstruct facial and body tissue defects caused by illness, trauma, or birth defects. Both reconstructive and cosmetic operations are performed in plastic surgery. Reconstructive surgery is conducted on dysfunctional body structures that have evolved because of trauma or disease.

Cosmetic surgery is known as elective since it treats areas that function normally. The main objectives are to enhance visual appeal, symmetry, and proportion. Aesthetic surgery may be done on any part of the body, including the head, neck, and face. Different types of cosmetic surgery include rhinoplasty, liposuction, blepharoplasty, rhytidectomy (facelift), and breast augmentation.

  • Track 11-1Burn Repair Surgery
  • Track 11-2Hand Surgery
  • Track 11-3Facial rejuvenation
  • Track 11-4Body contouring
  • Track 11-5Breast enhancement

Nanomedicine is the use of nanotechnology to achieve healthcare advancement. It makes use of the properties produced by a material at its nanometric scale of 10-9 m, which often vary from the same material at a larger scale in terms of physics, chemistry, and biology. Nanoparticles are made up of millions of molecules that need to come together and work in concert. Traditional manufacturing methods adapted from processes built over decades for small molecule drugs do not sufficiently meet the specific needs of nanomedicine production

Nanobiotechnology is a branch of nanotechnology that develops and applies tools to the study of biological phenomena. Nanoparticles, for example, may be used as probes, sensors, or vehicles for the transmission of biomolecules in cellular systems.

  • Track 12-1Nanotechnology approaches to biology
  • Track 12-2Therapeutic approaches and drug discovery
  • Track 12-3Biology-inspired nanomaterials
  • Track 12-4Implantable materials and surgical technologies
  • Track 12-5Medical nanodevices
  • Track 12-6Novel drug delivery systems

Rehabilitation robotics can radically transform the way physiotherapists provide care to patients in the future as technology progresses. The key goals of current robotic development are to combine information technology and rehabilitation robotics to provide care for the patient over the internet, allowing patients to receive treatment from the comfort of their own homes.

Many patients will benefit from the use of robotics in rehabilitation. Patients of spinal cord injury, stroke, cerebral palsy, Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, and traumatic brain injury are among them. The main aim is to assist people in overcoming disabilities, recovering more efficiently, and living more satisfying lives. Other fields of robotic technology currently being studied include developing lighter weight technology, making robots available over the counter, and integrating augmented reality and video games to improve patient motivation

  • Track 13-1Neurorehabilitation
  • Track 13-2Biomedical engineering
  • Track 13-3Assistive, diagnostic, therapeutic robotics
  • Track 13-4Clinical experience, evaluation, and outcomes
  • Track 13-5Cleft lip /palate surgery

Surgeons diagnose and treat a wide range of illnesses, fractures, and defects in the head, neck, ears, jaws, and oral and maxillofacial hard and soft tissues. Facial injuries should be diagnosed and treated as soon as possible because they can be life-changing or even life-threatening. Oral and maxillofacial surgeons treat people of all ages, from new-borns to the elderly. Cleft lip/palate is a condition in which an infant is born with or develops deformities of the skull or face. The most of their work with young people includes surgery in the wake of an injury or accident. They sometimes treat oral cancer and skin tumours of the face and head in the elderly.

  • Track 14-1Skin cancer surgery
  • Track 14-2Cysts and tumours
  • Track 14-3Corrective jaw (Orthognathic) Surgery

Clinicians use diagnostic medical instruments and supplies to assess and analyse different aspects of a patient's health to make a diagnosis. A clinician will then prescribe an effective treatment plan after a diagnosis has been made.

A medical treatment normally involves dietary and behavioural changes, such as avoiding smoking, as well as drug administration, whether injectable or not. Radiology, endoscopy, and phototherapy are examples of tests that occur between conventional procedures and surgery.

The method of deciding which illness or disorder triggers a person's symptoms and signs is known as medical diagnosis. Many signs and symptoms are nonspecific, making diagnosis difficult. Various healthcare professionals, like a psychologist, physiotherapist, dentist, podiatrist, optometrist, healthcare scientist, or physician, may perform a diagnostic technique

  • Track 15-1Medical imaging techniques
  • Track 15-2Clinical pathology
  • Track 15-3Microbiology
  • Track 15-4Diagnostic Tests and Medical Procedures

The health of our teeth, gums, and the overall oral-facial system, which allows us to smile, speak, and chew, is referred to as oral health. Oral illness is also linked to risky habits including smoking and consuming sugary meals and beverages. Other chronic conditions, such as diabetes and heart disease, are linked to poor dental health.

Dentistry deals with the prevention and treatment of oral disorders, such as diseases of the teeth and their supporting structures, as well as diseases of the mouth's soft tissues.

  • Track 16-1Periodontal disease
  • Track 16-2Oral cancer
  • Track 16-3Tooth decay
  • Track 16-4Dental health
  • Track 16-5Dental nursing
  • Track 16-6Dental implants and dentures

The surface of the skin is home to a wide variety of bacteria, so open wounds need special attention and hygiene to avoid infection. Open wounds are those in which the body's tissues are exposed to the outside world.

Bacterial colonies on the skin may cause open wounds to become infected. Proper hygiene and wound care procedures, on the other hand, will help reduce the risk of infection and encourage faster healing. Minor open wounds do not need medical care but keeping the wound clean with over-the-counter antibiotic ointment is a good idea.

 

  • Track 17-1Wound Care and Trauma
  • Track 17-2Tissue Engineering in Wound Repair
  • Track 17-3Wound Care Nursing
  • Track 17-4Surgical Wound Care
  • Track 17-5Diabetes Wound Care

Palliative care is a series of medical measures designed to relieve the symptoms of a medical condition, most commonly pain. Palliative care's main purpose is to alleviate and prevent patient suffering.

  • Track 18-1New palliative Care technology
  • Track 18-2Healthcare case studies
  • Track 18-3Evidence-based practice
  • Track 18-4Community palliative care practice
  • Track 18-5Adult health palliative care

Clinical trials are scientific trials that are performed to explore new ways to avoid, screen for, diagnose, and treat illness. These clinical trials can also reveal which medical treatments are most effective for specific illnesses or populations. Clinical trials generate high-quality results that can be used to make healthcare decisions.

Case Reports will cover the entire spectrum of medicine in the health sciences, including all clinical medical specialties, veterinary medicine, nursing, allied health, and dentistry, if they deliver a significant, realistic, and generalizable teaching message. A clinical case report aids the medical practitioners to share patients’ case that are unusual. The importance of this evidence is to generate detailed information of individual people which informs both clinical and our daily clinical care.

  • Track 19-1Preclinical trails
  • Track 19-2Clinical case studies
  • Track 19-3Drug clinical trials
  • Track 19-4Clinical research & bioethics

Obstetrics is a branch of science which deals with the medicine and surgery concerned with childbirth and midwifery. Gynaecology is a branch of physiology and medicine which deals with the functions and diseases specific to women and girl child especially those affecting the reproductive system. The difference between obstetricians and gynaecologists is considered one speciality, it comprises two distinct fields which involves care during pregnancy, pre-conception, childbirth and immediate after delivery. Gynaecology involves care of all women’s health issues.

  • Track 20-1Adolescent gynaecology and abortion care
  • Track 20-2Hypertensive disorders in pregnancy
  • Track 20-3Cancer types and its prevention
  • Track 20-4Postpartum Haemorrhage and hormone therapy