MATERNAL CARE 2020 will be your best opportunity to reach the largest assemblage of participants from around the world on a single platform. The event will provide a great opportunity to showcase your research and receive recognition and certificates signed by our World-class eminent organizing committee at this 2-days conference.
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Maternal Care 2020
On behalf of Pulsus Group, we are honoured to invite you to join the 2nd European Maternal Care and Child Health Congress which will be held on September 14-15, 2020 at London, UK.
The conference will be organized around the theme “Maternal Care 2020: A path leading a Healthy Generation”.
Maternal Care 2020 intend to aspire a rostrum for all eminent researchers, students, Gynecologist, Obstetricians, Maternal Fetal Medicine (MFM) specialist, Neonatologists, Surgeons and delegates to take part in this imminent conference to witness inestimable scientific discussions and contribute to the future upheaval in the field of maternal health and Child care. Maternal care 2020 will be a slanting opportunity which consolidate proficient universal scholastic researchers, youthful scientists, students making the congress an optimal stage to share encounters and learning, gain and assess rising innovations in Maternal wellbeing Treatment and Research over the globe.
Maternal care 2020 is the one place to get it all—programming that covers exclusive keynotes, plenary talks, posters and exhibitions.
Maternal care 2020 features high-level speakers, and the real prominence was on dialogue across presenters and attendees that touched on our shared agenda to “Maternal Care 2020: A path leading a healthy generation”.
Session 01: Gynecology and obstetrics
Gynecology is a branch of medicine that deals in the care of women during pregnancy and childbirth and in the analysis and therapeutics of diseases related to the female reproductive system. It also specializes in other maternal health factors such as menopause, hormone problems, contraception (birth control), and infertility. Both Obstetrics and Gynecology are medical specialties that focus on two different perspective of the female reproductive system. Obstetrics spotlights the care of the pregnant women, the unborn baby, labor, and delivery and following childbirth. Together, Gynecology focuses on all other aspects of a woman’s reproductive health from the onset of puberty through menopause and beyond.
Session 02: Menstrual cycle and Ovulation
The menstrual cycle is the monthly changes that take place in woman's body where it involves in the preparation for the possibility of pregnancy. The menstrual cycle is regulated by estrogen and progesterone hormones. Women have two ovaries with a bunch of eggs. On a menstrual cycle, hormones make the eggs mature and makes the lining of your uterus thick and spongy. During a menstrual cycle, hormones make an ovary to discharge a mature egg and this event is called as ovulation and eggs travels through fallopian tubes toward the uterus. The thick lining of the uterus is needed when there is pregnancy else lining breaks down, and the blood, nutrients, and other waste products flushes out via vagina.
Session 03: Pregnancy and Perinatology
Pregnancy is the state where the female body carries the developing embryo or fetus. The pregnancy can be confirmed by the counter urine test, blood test, ultrasound, detection of fetal heartbeat, or an X-ray. Pregnancy and Perinatology Branch aims to improve the health of women before, during, and after pregnancy and to reduce the number of preterm births and other birth complications. It also focuses to increase an infant survival free from disease and disabilities and to ensure the long-term health of mothers and their neonates.
Session 04: Neonatology
Neonatology is a subspecialty of paediatrics which consists of the medicinal care of new-born infants, especially the sick or premature infant. The tiniest patients of neonatologists are new born infants who require special medical care due to prematurity, low birth weight, congenital malformations (birth defects, intrauterine growth retardation,), pulmonary hypoplasia, and sepsis. It is usually practiced in neonatal intensive care units (NICUs) as it is a hospital-based specialty. Therefore, neonatologists focus on the care of new-born’s that requires Intensive Care Unit (ICU) hospitalization.
Babies born before the 37th week of gestation are considered premature. All premature babies experience complications; being born too early can cause short-term and long-term health problems for preemies. In general, the earlier a baby is born, the higher the risk of complications. Birth weight also plays an important role, too. The most common causes of neonatal deaths are preterm birth complications, new born infections and birth asphyxia. Any complication that a premature new-born experience will be treated in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU)/Intensive care Nursery (ICN).
Session 06: Neonatal Health and Education
Neonate period refers from birth to 28 days of life. In the first 28 days of life the child is at high risk of dying and is a crucial period of life. During this period appropriate care and feeding should be provided in order to lay the foundation for healthy life as well as to improve the child’s chances of survival. As newborns are completely dependent on their mothers, care is an effective way to cater to the needs of the baby which includes thorough and immediate drying, cord clamping and cutting after the first minutes after birth, skin to skin contact of the newborn with the mother, early initiation of breastfeeding, exclusive breastfeeding, increasing hand washing, counselling families on when to take a new-born to a health facility and immunization.
Session 07: Maternal Health and Fetal Interactions
Numerous ladies are presently profiting by enormous upgrades in consideration during pregnancy and labor presented in the only remaining century. In any case, those advantages don't broaden all over and in 2013, right around 30,000 ladies passed on from entanglements in pregnancy and labor. A large portion of these passing could be averted, approached family arranging and to some very fundamental administrations been set up.
A Maternal-fetal solution authority is a master who empowers take to mind of women having obfuscated or high-peril pregnancies. Maternal-fetal drug specialists cooperate with basic obstetricians to consider women in peril for pregnancy burdens. We work with a gathering of significantly talented and accomplished specialists, restorative overseers and various authorities to help ensure a secured and sound transport.
Session 08: Neonatal Surgery and Complications
Neonatal surgery is the sub-specialty of pediatrics surgery which is dealing with all the surgical operationsin newborn infants, especially the ill or premature newborn. It is responsible for the treatment of many disorders through surgical operations in newborn infants and playing vital role in saving lives at birth stage by newborn and fetal surgery. Neonatal surgeons are the ones who perform surgeries including chest, abdominal and urological defects. It includes the treatment of infants in the first 28 days of birth.
Session 09: Caesarean Section- Safety and Quality
Caesarean section, also known as C-section, or caesarean delivery, is the use of surgery to deliver babies. This may include obstructed labor, twin pregnancy and high blood pressure in the mother, breech birth, or problems with the placenta or umbilical cord. A caesarean delivery may be performed based upon the shape of the mother's pelvis or history of a previous C-section.
Session 10: Kangaroo Mother Care (KMC)
Kangaroo Mother Care refers to the practice of providing continuous skin-to-skin contact between mother and baby, exclusive breastmilk feeding, and early discharge from hospital. It has shown to decrease mortality and morbidity in preterm and low birthweight infants by providing protection from infection; regulating temperature, breathing, and brain activity; and encouraging mother-baby bonding.
Session 11: Maternal Nutrition and Breast feeding
Maternal nutrition has a strong influence on birth weight and further development of the infant. There was a study at the National Institution of Health which found that babies born from an obese mother have a higher probability to fail tests of fine motor skills which is the movement of small muscles such as the hands and fingers.
Breast milk is the right meals for the toddler. It protects the child in opposition to gastroenteritis and diarrhoea, ear and chest infections, allergies and diabetes. Breastfeeding reduces the danger of bleeding after the beginning, is convenient. An early stage of vitamins for the babies starts off evolved from the mom’s milk. Immunity development for the child begins to enhance finally thru the breast milk
Session 12: Maternal Psychology
Maternal psychology aims to study the transition to motherhood, or "matrescence" as a unique phase of development within the trajectory of the female lifespan. Methods of qualitative and quantitative research are employed to examine aspects of pregnancy and parental adaptation. Individual psychological strength differences which increase resilience are measured alongside clinical psychological distress risk indicators. Maternal depression persists beyond the postpartum period after which symptoms may recur or become chronic and adversely affect child development during the most sensitive years.
Session 13: Midwifery Care and Nursing Services
Midwifery Care is the time period throughout pregnancy, pregnancy, birth, postpartum and early weeks of life. Midwifery is skilled, knowledgeable and compassionate care for childbearing women, newborn infants and families across the continuum. Key features include optimizing natural psychological, social and cultural reproductive and early life processes.
Session 14: Preconception Health or Fertility
Preconception refers to reproductive health of men and women during their reproductive years. It provides knowledge on the conditions and risk factors which can affect pregnancy. It includes the food habits, medication and the life style which can cause difficulty in conception. It also helps in avoiding unplanned pregnancies which are at the greater risk of pre-term birth and low birth weight babies.
Session 15: Reproductive Medicine
Reproductive medicine is a branch of medicine that deals with prevention, analysis, and management of reproductive problems. Reproduction is an important biological process in all living systems where it gives rise to the next generation and is required for species survival. Reproductive medicine also concerns with the problems related to puberty, menopause, contraception, and various sexual problems. It also includes ovulation induction, analysis of infertility and finding the reason for recurrent pregnancy loss, and plays a vital role in assisted reproductive technologies such as embryo transfer, in vitro fertilization etc.
Session 16: Health Care in Women
Nowadays women health had become a major concern because where it also has an impact on family health. Both men and women have a same health challenge, but the women health deserves a more attention. The women are mostly wide open to breast cancers, adolescent pregnancy, and unsafe abortion and STD many more. So, to acquire the health equity throughout the life expectancy, it is an instant that every woman should have the knowledge of information related not only to her reproductive health but to all perspective of her body.
Session 17: Maternal and Neonatal Oncology
Throughout pregnancy, maternal cancer is associated with increased risks of rare but lethal outcomes including stillbirth and neonatal mortality. This may be attributed to factors related to limitation of fetal development and iatrogenic preterm birth. Therefore, close monitoring of fetal development and prudent decision making on premature delivery should be improved.
Neonatal oncology is a pediatric oncology sub-specialty that deals with baby cancer prevention, diagnosis, and care. Newborn cancer is uncommon and involves a heterogeneous neoplasm community of substantial histological variability.
Session 18: Neonatal and Pediatric Cardiology
Neonatal cardiology is the fetal diagnosis and treatment given for pregnant women at risk of carrying babies with heart problems or known to have them. Neonatal heart conditions primarily include heart defects associated with other disease forms such as diaphragm hernia, heart muscle dysfunction (cardiomyopathy) or inflammation (myocarditis), heart problems associated with lung masses, etc.
Pediatric Cardiology is a part of drug managing disarranges of the heart just as parts of the circulatory framework. Pediatric cardiologists are pediatricians who have some expertise in cardiology. The field incorporates restorative analysis and treatment of inherent heart surrenders, coronary conduit sickness, heart disappointment, valvular coronary illness, and electrophysiology.
Session 19: Advancements in Child Health Treatment
Due to the huge advancement in the science and technology, the standard of treatment had been reached next level. Obstetric patients with elevated blood pressure can be treated via telemedicine, where there is no need of hospitalization. “ANGLEeYe” Camera Systems LLC and AirToco LLC are the device invented for the movement detection that can be placed on patients to assess maternal activity level. Some of the latest advancement includes Bluetooth pregnancy test, 3D printing shows a promise at creating prosthetic ovary Smartphone app can detect premature birth risk', New drug found to eradicate Hepatitis C, Smartphone app could diagnose HIV in 15 minutes.
A healthy baby needs a healthy mother. According to the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), at least 20% of the disease burden in children under the age of 5 is related to maternal health and malnutrition issues, as well as the quality of care at birth and during the newborn period. In addition, according to UNICEF, a baby whose mother dies during childbirth is less likely to survive and babies who have lost their mothers are 10 times more likely to die within two years of mother's death.
Mothers are also fundamental to ensure the health and quality of life of children. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), mothers are the main providers of care such as nutrition, oral health and psychological health. The role of women in health is also important: data from a survey conducted by Kantar Health in 2015 show that most health decisions are made by women. According to the survey, 94% of women make decisions of their own healthcare and 59% make healthcare decisions for others. So, ensuring the mother's health is a way to ensure the health and well-being of the entire family.
Maternal mortality rates remain very high. According to UNICEF figures, a woman dies from complications during childbirth every minute – about 529,000 each year – the vast majority in developing countries. A woman’s risk in a developing country dying from a pregnancy-related cause throughout life is about 36 times higher compared with a woman living in a developed country. World Bank data show that the maternal mortality rate in Sierra Leone is 1,360 per 100,000 births – a number that contrasts significantly with the rate of four deaths per 100,000 births registered in countries such as Sweden and Austria. The major causes of maternal death are infections, bleeding and hypertension during pregnancy or childbirth.
“Usually the mother neglects her own health at the expense of the health of her children. Mothers need to understand that if they are healthy, they will be able to take better care of their families”
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- Best poster Award
- Young Scientist Award
- Research Excellence Award
- Unique opportunity to combine visual and oral explanations of your projects in the form of poster presentation
- Best poster Award: 3 best posters will be awarded at the closing ceremony of the conference
- The entire accepted poster abstract will be published in reputed and supporting international journals with unique DOI given by CROSSREF
- Best posters will be given an opportunity to publish the full work at discounted processing charges in the supporting international journals
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- Advancing perfection and perceiving remarkable commitments made by the youthful researchers for their work done essentially during the span of study.
- Find out about career advancement and the most recent research devices and technologies in your field.
- Graduates are motivated by the chance to choose neighborhood or worldwide subjects of pertinence/enthusiasm to them and build up their own logical examinations and models drawing in locally or universally.
- Two researchers will be chosen for the Awards.
- Chance to be a student envoy.
- Chances to coordinate with partners around the world
- Discounts at the PULSUS conferences, at different worldwide venues in future.
- Chance to distribute full length papers in rumored supporting international journals of respective conference
- Best Young Scientist Award introduction will be named by the board and in the event that they wish to publish the full-length paper, they can publish in supporting worldwide journals of the respective conference at free of preparing charges.
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