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.

Surgery and medicine are ever-evolving disciplines, utilizing advanced technologies and techniques. Surgery encompasses various specialties, such as general surgery, neurosurgery, plastic surgery, and cardiothoracic surgery. These fields play a crucial role in diagnosing, treating, and preventing medical conditions to improve global health. In this session, we'll explore key topics.


  • Track 1-1  Precision medicine
  • Track 1-2  General surgery
  • Track 1-3  Internal medicine
  • Track 1-4  Family medicine
  • Track 1-5  Anesthesiology

Advanced surgical skills in trauma are specialized techniques used to treat injuries from accidents or traumatic events. These skills are primarily in the domain of trauma surgeons, who are experts in handling complex and life-threatening trauma, such as those from car accidents, falls, and gunshot wounds. This session aims to educate participants on innovative surgical methods for trauma patients and ways to enhance patient outcomes. The topics covered include the significance of advanced surgical skills in trauma care.


  • Track 2-1  Introduction to trauma surgery
  • Track 2-2  Techniques for wound management
  • Track 2-3  Strategies for improving patient outcomes
  • Track 2-4  Damage control surgery
  • Track 2-5  Hemorrhage control
  • Track 2-6  Debridement
  • Track 2-7  Fracture repair
  • Track 2-8  Soft tissue repair

Acute pain management involves addressing sudden, severe pain, often stemming from injuries or surgery. It serves as a crucial warning signal for bodily issues. Ongoing research in this field aims to enhance the safety and efficacy of pain management methods. This includes developing new medications, non-pharmacological therapies, and understanding pain in diverse patient groups. Researchers are also working to identify and tackle the root causes of acute pain to prevent it from becoming chronic or recurring.


  • Track 3-1  Non-pharmacological therapies
  • Track 3-2  Medications
  • Track 3-3  Interventional pain management
  • Track 3-4  Analgesic ladder
  • Track 3-5  Opioid use and abuse
  • Track 3-6  Multimodal pain management

Cardiac surgery is a medical field focused on treating heart and vascular issues through surgery. Techniques such as coronary artery bypass, valve repair or replacement, and heart transplantation are used by cardiac surgeons. This session's aim is to update attendees on recent cardiac surgery developments and their effects on patient outcomes. The session will cover the significance of staying informed about cardiac surgery advancements and how they impact patient results.


  • Track 4-1  Introduction to cardiac surgery
  • Track 4-2  Minimally invasive cardiac surgery
  • Track 4-3  Heart transplantation
  • Track 4-4  Heart assist devices
  • Track 4-5  Valve repair/replacement
  • Track 4-6  Coronary Artery Bypass Graft (CABG)
  • Track 4-7  Outcomes of cardiac surgery

Intensive care medicine, also called critical care medicine, is dedicated to the care of critically ill patients, offering close monitoring and advanced support for vital functions. This multidisciplinary field employs advanced technologies and therapies for functions like breathing, circulation, and kidney function. This session's purpose is to inform attendees about recent trends and advancements in intensive and critical care medicine and explore strategies for enhancing patient outcomes. Key session points include:


  • Track 5-1  Current trends in Intensive and Critical Care Medicine
  • Track 5-2  Respiratory support
  • Track 5-3  Cardiovascular support
  • Track 5-4  Renal support
  • Track 5-5  Neurological support

Dental medicine, or dentistry, is the specialty dedicated to diagnosing, treating, and preventing oral and surrounding structure issues. Dental surgery is its subspecialty, addressing surgical conditions involving the mouth, teeth, and jaw. This session aims to update attendees on recent trends in dental medicine and surgery, along with strategies for better patient outcomes. Key session points encompass the significance of keeping current with dental medicine and surgery trends and their impact on patient results.


  • Track 6-1  Current trends in tooth restoration
  • Track 6-2  Surgical treatment of oral abnormalities
  • Track 6-3  Prevention and management of oral diseases
  • Track 6-4  Emerging technologies in dental medicine and surgery

Emergency medicine addresses immediate care for patients with acute illnesses or injuries, while community medicine focuses on population health. These specialties are integral to healthcare, offering immediate treatment and working to enhance community well-being. The session's goal is to update attendees on current trends in both emergency and community medicine and explore strategies for improving patient care and outcomes. Key topics include the significance of staying current with trends in these fields.


  • Track 7-1  Acute care
  • Track 7-2  Pediatric emergencies
  • Track 7-3  Renal and Genito urinary Emergencies
  • Track 7-4  Respiratory System Emergencies
  • Track 7-5  Obstetrics and Gynaecological Emergencies
  • Track 7-6  Chronic disease management
  • Track 7-7  Public health
  • Track 7-8  Infectious diseases
  • Track 7-9  Health disparities

Family Medicine is a primary care specialty addressing the holistic healthcare needs of individuals and families, spanning preventive care, acute and chronic illness management, and health promotion. A key advantage is the enduring patient-provider relationship. This session centers on recent primary care research and trends, highlighting the role of Family Medicine and General Practice in delivering comprehensive and patient-centered care.


  • Track 8-1  Physical exams and screenings
  • Track 8-2  Immunizations
  • Track 8-3  Chronic disease management (such as diabetes or hypertension)
  • Track 8-4  Mental health evaluations and treatment
  • Track 8-5  Pediatrics (care for children)
  • Track 8-6  Geriatrics (care for older adults)

General Medicine is a specialty dealing with the diagnosis and treatment of diverse medical conditions and diseases. General Medicine specialists, or internists, handle complex medical issues and coordinate care for patients with multiple chronic conditions. This session will spotlight recent research and trends in General Medicine and Surgery, emphasizing the latest advances and optimal patient care practices.


  • Track 9-1  Diagnostic testing and evaluation
  • Track 9-2  Medical and surgical treatment
  • Track 9-3  Pre and post-operative care
  • Track 9-4  Patient education and support
  • Track 9-5  Coordination of care with other healthcare professionals

Gynecologic surgery covers procedures involving a woman's reproductive system, including the vaginal, cervix, uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries. Surgeons may also address issues in the urinary tract, like the bladder. Reasons for these surgeries include endometriosis, fibroids, ovarian cysts, malignancies, pelvic pain, inflammatory disease, uterine prolapse, or irregular bleeding. Gynecologic surgery can serve as a long-term contraceptive and can impact sexual function by altering female genital tract anatomy.


  • Track 10-1  Adhesiolysis
  • Track 10-2  Cervical (Cone) Biopsy
  • Track 10-3  Colporrhaphy
  • Track 10-4  Colposcopy.
  • Track 10-5  Dilation and Curettage (D&C)
  • Track 10-6  Endometrial Ablation.
  • Track 10-7  Endometrial or Uterine Biopsy. Fluid-Contrast Ultrasound (FCUS)

Hospice care is a growing choice for those facing the end of life, prioritizing comfort and quality of life for individuals with serious illnesses. It becomes relevant when curative treatments are no longer effective or desired.

Palliative care is specialized medical support for individuals with severe illnesses, like cancer or heart failure. Patients may receive palliative care alongside curative treatments, with the focus on improving their and their family's quality of life.


  • Track 11-1  Pediatric Hospice and Palliative Care
  • Track 11-2  Palliative Care in Geriatric Medicine
  • Track 11-3  Palliative Care in Oncology
  • Track 11-4  Telemedicine and Virtual Support in End-of-Life Care
  • Track 11-5  Hospice Care and Cultural Competency

Despite a decade of patient safety efforts, surgical adverse event rates remain unacceptably high, often due to violence, accidents, and weapon-related injuries. Patient safety is a global concern, but current surgical standards lack specialization. To improve safety, surgical environments should adopt a high-reliability organization approach with standardized protocols and redundancy systems.

Surgery raises unique ethical concerns, and the managed-care system poses challenges to surgeons' professional commitment, affecting coverage, care quality, and clinical decision-making flexibility.


  • Track 12-1  Standardization in Surgical Safety Practices
  • Track 12-2  Violence and Injuries in Surgical Cases
  • Track 12-3  Surgical Training and Ethical Challenges
  • Track 12-4  Surgical Team Communication and Safety Culture
  • Track 12-5  Technology and Tools for Surgical Error Reduction

Internal medicine is a broad medical specialty focused on diagnosing and treating diseases of adult patients' internal organs. Internists, with MD or DO degrees, provide care in hospitals, clinics, and outpatient settings. They typically do not treat children. Hospitalists are Internists who mainly care for inpatients.

Patient care involves services offered by healthcare professionals to prevent, treat, and manage illnesses, promoting physical and mental well-being. Patients are individuals seeking healthcare services for wellness or when unwell.


  • Track 13-1  Advances in Internal Medicine Diagnostics and Treatments
  • Track 13-2  Chronic Disease Management in Internal Medicine
  • Track 13-3  Geriatric Medicine and Care of the Elderly
  • Track 13-4  Internal Medicine Research and Innovations
  • Track 13-5  Telemedicine in Internal Medicine

Laparoscopic surgery, often referred to as "minimally invasive," is a specialized surgical technique. While it was once primarily used for gynecologic and gall bladder surgeries, it has recently been adopted in intestinal surgery. In traditional "open" surgery, a single incision is made to access the abdomen, whereas laparoscopic surgery involves several small (0.5-1cm) incisions, known as "ports." Laparoscopic surgery offers benefits such as reduced pain, quicker recovery, and less scarring compared to traditional open surgery.


  • Track 14-1  Laparoscopic vs. Open Surgery
  • Track 14-2  Laparoscopic Surgery in Gynecology
  • Track 14-3  Advancements in Laparoscopic Surgical Techniques
  • Track 14-4  Future Trends in Laparoscopic Surgery
  • Track 14-5  Robotics in Laparoscopic Surgery

Laser surgery, short for "Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation," utilizes concentrated light beams for medical procedures. It has a wide range of applications, from tumor removal and blood vessel sealing to addressing skin conditions like warts, moles, tattoos, birthmarks, scars, and wrinkles.

In laser surgery, different skin layers interact with light in varying ways, as certain skin components, known as chromophores, absorb the light, leading to physical, mechanical, chemical, or thermal changes in tissue. Various types of lasers, such as the carbon dioxide laser, YAG (neodymium or yttrium aluminum garnet) laser, and argon laser, are employed for different medical treatments.


  • Track 15-1  Laser Surgery in Dermatology
  • Track 15-2  Ophthalmic Laser Surgery
  • Track 15-3  Laser Surgery in Urology and Gynecology
  • Track 15-4  Cosmetic and Aesthetic Laser Procedures
  • Track 15-5  Laser Technology Innovations and Future Trends

Surgeons bear immense responsibility, as a single incision can lead to either irreversible harm or medical breakthroughs. With the rise of digital technologies, operating rooms are being inundated with new tools designed to facilitate surgeries with minimal invasiveness. Here are cutting-edge advancements that will shape the future of surgery.


  • Track 16-1  Mayo scissors
  • Track 16-2  Scalpel
  • Track 16-3  Bone cutter
  • Track 16-4  MARVEL (Multi-Angle Rear-Viewing Endoscopic tool)

Clinical case reports serve as a bridge between evidence-based practice and practice-based evidence. They provide insights derived from individual patient cases, offering valuable information for both clinical research and daily patient care. Surgery, a rapidly evolving field, relies on physical interventions involving tissues and encompasses various aspects, including the development of surgical procedures and tissue manipulation for wound closure. These case reports are essential in fostering skills and should be of clinical interest to a global audience, including surgeon trainees, researchers in surgical subspecialties, and clinicians in related fields.


As we learn more about medical science, advances are made. This is frequently a significant discovery that elevates our understanding of diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis. Research in the medical section includes conducting studies in chemistry, toxicology, pharmacology, and biology with the goal of developing new medicines and improving existing ones.


Neurosurgery encompasses the diagnosis and treatment of nervous system disorders, extending beyond brain surgery. Neurosurgeons treat patients of all ages, providing both surgical and non-surgical care as needed for conditions like head injuries and spinal disorders.

Thoracic surgeons specialize in procedures related to the heart, lungs, and chest structures. They may collaborate with cardiac specialists for heart surgeries. Heart disease and lung cancer underline the vital importance of heart and thoracic surgery.


  • Track 19-1  Minimally Invasive Thoracic Surgery

Ocular surgery, carried out by ophthalmologists, pertains to procedures performed on the eye and its surrounding structures. Eye surgery is closely associated with the field of ophthalmology. Due to the eye's delicate nature, meticulous care is essential both prior to, during, and following surgical interventions to minimize or prevent any additional harm.


  • Track 20-1  LASIK
  • Track 20-2  LASEK
  • Track 20-3  PRK

Oral and maxillofacial surgery is a specialized field encompassing various procedures, such as facial reconstructive surgery, trauma surgery, and aesthetic treatments for the mouth, jaws, head, neck, and face. Surgeons in this discipline, known as oral and maxillofacial surgeons, focus on the comprehensive craniomaxillofacial complex, including the skull and related tissues. Depending on the country, practitioners in this field may hold degrees in medicine, dentistry, or both. It's a recognized surgical specialty globally, classified as a medical, dental, or combined specialty. Typically, these surgeons conduct outpatient procedures, provide post-surgery care plans, and schedule follow-up appointments to ensure recovery and satisfactory outcomes.


  • Track 21-1  Mouth and Oropharynx Surgery
  • Track 21-2  Cleft Palate and Lip Surgery

Orthopedic surgery deals with musculoskeletal issues, using both surgical and nonsurgical approaches. Orthopedic surgeons treat a wide range of conditions, from musculoskeletal trauma and spinal problems to sports injuries, degenerative diseases, and congenital disorders.

These conditions affect people of all ages, causing pain and limitations. Orthopedic surgeons play a crucial role in improving patients' quality of life, whether it's a child with scoliosis or an adult needing limb-saving surgery after a severe injury.

Their expertise lies in preventing, diagnosing, and treating bone, joint, ligament, tendon, and muscle issues. Orthopedic surgeons often specialize in specific anatomical areas or surgical techniques, focusing on providing specialized care.

  • Track 22-1  Bone and Joint Surgery
  • Track 22-2  Geriatric Orthopedic Surgery and Rehabilitation
  • Track 22-3  Knee Replacement
  • Track 22-4  Hip Replacement

Pediatric surgery focuses on diagnosing, operating, and helping children recover from a wide range of congenital and acquired conditions, spanning developmental, inflammatory, neoplastic, or traumatic issues. Pediatric surgeons are highly trained specialists dedicated to treating infants, children, and teenagers, making their training one of the most intensive in the medical field.

These professionals understand the unique needs of young patients, ensuring their comfort and effective communication. They also play a critical role in diagnosing conditions and providing post-surgical care for children from prenatal stages through young adulthood.


  • Track 23-1  Pre and Post-Operative Care of Children
  • Track 23-2  Pediatric Transplant

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery is a peer-reviewed medical journal, the official publication of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. It addresses various facets of plastic and reconstructive surgery, including operative procedures, clinical or laboratory research, and case reports.

Plastic surgery includes both cosmetic and reconstructive procedures. Reconstructive surgery concentrates on repairing issues arising from congenital deformities, tumor removal, trauma, or other causes.


Radiology, also called diagnostic imaging, comprises various tests to capture images of body parts. Nuclear medicine, on the other hand, utilizes radioactive substances for medical purposes. Medical imaging involves techniques and processes to visualize the interior of the body for clinical diagnosis, medical intervention, and the functional representation of certain organs or tissues.


Respirologists, also known as pulmonologists, are medical specialists who focus on diagnosing and treating lung diseases like asthma, emphysema, and pneumonia. They conduct breathing tests to assess lung function. This field is diverse, requiring a strong foundation in general medicine, specialized respiratory expertise, and interventional skills. It's the medical discipline dedicated to the study of the respiratory system and its associated diseases.


  • Track 26-1  Oncology
  • Track 26-2  Infectious diseases and public health
  • Track 26-3  Immunology

Robotic surgery, or robot-assisted surgery, enables doctors to perform complex procedures with superior precision, flexibility, and control compared to traditional methods. This approach is often used in minimally invasive surgery, which involves small incisions, and is occasionally applied in traditional open surgeries.

The primary clinical robotic surgical system includes a camera arm and mechanical arms with surgical instruments, all controlled by the surgeon from a computer station near the operating table. The surgeon views a magnified, high-definition 3D image of the surgical site on their console. The surgical team is coordinated by the surgeon during the procedure.


  • Track 27-1  Robotic Surgery
  • Track 27-2  Telesurgery

Sports medicine is a medical field focused on physical fitness, injury treatment, and injury prevention in the context of sports and exercise. It strives to create an optimal environment for athletes to fully realize their genetic potential and achieve their physical goals.


Anesthesia is a medical approach to prevent pain during medical procedures or surgery by using medications known as anesthetics. These anesthetics can be administered via injection, inhalation, topical application, or other methods, inducing a state of diminished feeling or consciousness.


Surgical nursing is a specialized field of nursing focused on the care of patients undergoing surgical procedures. Surgical nurses collaborate closely with surgeons, anesthesiologists, and the surgical team to ensure comprehensive care before, during, and after surgery. Recent advancements in surgical nursing include the integration of technology, such as electronic medical records and computerized medication systems, to enhance patient care quality and efficiency. Additionally, surgical nurses are actively involved in developing and implementing less invasive surgical techniques with fewer complications. Their role is indispensable in providing optimal care for surgical patients and contributing to the healthcare team.


  • Track 30-1  Intraoperative care
  • Track 30-2  Preoperative care
  • Track 30-3  Postoperative care
  • Track 30-4  Nurse Anesthetist
  • Track 30-5  Perianesthesia Nurse
  • Track 30-6  Nursing Care in Acute Disorders
  • Track 30-7  Patient Safety in Medical-Surgical Wards

Surgical oncology is a medical discipline specializing in the surgical management of cancer, which encompasses the removal of cancerous tumors and associated tissues, along with the restoration of normal anatomy. Surgical oncologists collaborate closely with the broader cancer care team, including medical and radiation oncologists, to create individualized treatment plans.

Ongoing research in surgical oncology focuses on enhancing surgical techniques to reduce invasiveness and enhance effectiveness. These endeavors contribute to advancing our comprehension of cancer and optimizing treatment strategies, resulting in the development of more effective treatments

  • Track 31-1  Curative surgery
  • Track 31-2  Preventive surgery
  • Track 31-3  Melanoma surgery
  • Track 31-4  Staging surgery
  • Track 31-5  Debulking surgery

Surgical pathology is a medical specialty centered on analyzing tissues removed during surgery for disease diagnosis. This practice is vital in shaping treatment decisions. Ongoing research and innovations in surgical pathology encompass identifying new biomarkers for disease diagnosis and monitoring, as well as refining advanced imaging techniques to obtain more precise tissue sample images. These endeavors are advancing surgical pathology and enhancing patient care.


  • Track 32-1  Microscopic examination
  • Track 32-2  Molecular testing
  • Track 32-3  Cytopathology
  • Track 32-4  Bone and Soft Tissue Pathology
  • Track 32-5  Breast Pathology
  • Track 32-6  Cardiovascular Pathology
  • Track 32-7  Dermatopathology

Surgical wound care and management pertain to the treatment of surgical wounds, with the primary goal of promoting proper healing and minimizing the risk of complications, especially infection. This involves monitoring the wound for signs of issues such as redness, swelling, or discharge and taking appropriate measures to address them. Adhering to healthcare provider instructions and seeking medical attention for concerns or delayed healing is crucial for successful wound care and management.


  • Track 33-1  Dressings and follow-up advice
  • Track 33-2  Sutures & Staples
  • Track 33-3  Skin closure
  • Track 33-4  Wound irrigation
  • Track 33-5  Wound debridement
  • Track 33-6  Topical ointments

Traditional medicine refers to long-standing medical practices within a specific culture or society, often rooted in cultural or religious beliefs and involving herbal remedies, acupuncture, and other natural treatments. It differs from Western medicine and can be used alone or alongside conventional treatments. Traditional or alternative medicine might replace or supplement conventional treatments, depending on the situation.

Ongoing research is exploring the safety and effectiveness of both traditional and alternative medicine. While some of these practices have proven effective for specific conditions, others have demonstrated limited or even harmful effects.


  • Track 34-1  Acupuncture
  • Track 34-2  Ayurveda
  • Track 34-3  Homeopathy
  • Track 34-4  Naturopathy
  • Track 34-5  Chiropractic
  • Track 34-6  Massage therapy
  • Track 34-7  Herbal medicine
  • Track 34-8  Yoga

Transplant surgery is a surgical subspecialty that entails removing and replacing organs, tissues, or cells from a donor to a recipient. It serves as a treatment for a range of conditions, including organ failure, tissue damage, and specific genetic disorders. Ongoing research in transplant surgery aims to enhance the success rates and outcomes of transplant procedures. This involves developing advanced technologies and techniques for organ and tissue harvesting and preservation, as well as improving donor-recipient matching to reduce rejection risks. Researchers are also dedicated to identifying and addressing the root causes of conditions to potentially eliminate the need for transplant surgery.


  • Track 35-1  Organ transplant surgery
  • Track 35-2  Tissue transplant surgery
  • Track 35-3  Cell transplant surgery
  • Track 35-4  Transplantation and postoperative care
  • Track 35-5  Ethical considerations

Trauma and critical care surgery focuses on managing critically ill or injured patients. It involves immediate and ongoing care for life-threatening conditions caused by accidents, falls, or violence. Ongoing research aims to enhance diagnosis and treatment through advanced technologies and techniques, improved understanding of patient needs, and identifying root causes to prevent chronic or life-threatening conditions. This field plays a vital role in patient care and strives to continually improve outcomes.


  • Track 36-1  Traumatic injuries, such as those caused by car accidents, falls, or violence
  • Track 36-2  Burns
  • Track 36-3  Surgical emergencies, such as appendicitis or bowel obstructions
  • Track 36-4  Infections
  • Track 36-5  Severe allergic reactions

Vascular surgery is a specialized medical field that deals with the treatment of diseases affecting the vascular system, including arteries, veins, and lymphatic circulation. This involves the use of medical therapy, minimally-invasive catheter procedures, and surgical reconstruction.


  • Track 37-1  Angioplasty and Stenting
  • Track 37-2  Atherectomy
  • Track 37-3  Arteriovenous (AV) Fistula
  • Track 37-4  Arteriovenous (AV) Graft
  • Track 37-5  Open Abdominal Surgery

Veterinary medicine, also known as veterinary science, is a medical discipline focused on preventing, controlling, diagnosing, and treating diseases that impact the well-being of both domestic and wild animals. It also plays a crucial role in preventing the transmission of animal diseases to humans. Veterinary medicines are employed to enhance and sustain the health of various animal species, regardless of their intended use, including food production. The field of veterinary medicine is witnessing ongoing innovations and advancements that contribute to the better care and treatment of animals.


  • Track 38-1  Companion animal medicine
  • Track 38-2  Food animal medicine
  • Track 38-3  Equine medicine
  • Track 38-4  Wildlife medicine

Otorhinolaryngology is a medical specialty that deals with assessing, diagnosing, and managing diseases and health issues affecting the mouth, sinuses, larynx, head, and neck. Otorhinolaryngologists employ diagnostic techniques like physical examinations, imaging tests, and endoscopy. They offer both surgical and nonsurgical treatments, such as medications, hearing aids, and voice therapy. Ongoing research in this field aims to enhance diagnosis and treatment by developing advanced technologies for head and neck evaluation and seeking more effective approaches to prevent and manage chronic conditions like hearing loss and sinusitis. Additionally, researchers work to gain a better understanding of the root causes of these conditions to develop tailored treatments.


  • Track 39-1  Sleep medicine
  • Track 39-2  Allergy
  • Track 39-3  Head, neck and throat
  • Track 39-4  Facial surgery
  • Track 39-5  Pediatric otorhinolaryngology

Adolescent medicine is a pediatrics subspecialty addressing the distinctive medical and psychological requirements of teenagers and young adults, considering the physical, social, and emotional changes they undergo during puberty and the transition to adulthood. Ongoing research in this field is dedicated to enhancing the care and treatment of this age group, involving the development of advanced technologies and techniques for diagnosis and treatment. It also seeks to gain a better understanding of their unique needs and challenges. Additionally, researchers are striving to identify and tackle the underlying causes of health issues in adolescents to prevent them from becoming chronic conditions in adulthood.


  • Track 40-1  Pubertal disorders
  • Track 40-2  Eating disorders
  • Track 40-3  Substance abuse
  • Track 40-4  Mental health issues
  • Track 40-5  Reproductive health concerns
  • Track 40-6  Sports-related injuries
  • Track 40-7  Chronic illnesses

Biomedical engineering applies engineering principles to enhance medical devices and diagnostic equipment. Research in this field focuses on improving technology accuracy and effectiveness while developing new, personalized devices and therapies using advanced materials like nanomaterials and 3D printing. Biomedical engineering is pivotal in advancing medicine and surgery by improving precision and safety in healthcare procedures. Ongoing research and innovation continue to benefit patients and healthcare professionals.


  • Track 41-1  Medical imaging technologies
  • Track 41-2  Surgical robots
  • Track 41-3  Artificial organs and prosthetics
  • Track 41-4  Monitoring systems
  • Track 41-5  Medical devices
  • Track 41-6  Drug delivery systems