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31st International Conference on Pediatrics & Adolescent Diabetes, will be organized around the theme “Novel Insights On Pediatrics and Adolescent Diabetes ”
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Diabetes Mellitus is a cluster of metabolic diseases resulting in prolonged high blood sugar. Diabetes causes either due to inadequate insulin production, mentioned as type one diabetes or because of the resistance to insulin by body’s cells, mentioned as type two diabetes or sometimes both. Symptoms of diabetes include polyuria along with an increase in hunger and thirst.
- Track 1-1Type 1 Diabetes
- Track 1-2Type 2 Diabetes
- Track 1-3Pre-Diabetes
- Track 1-4Polyuria
Physical fitness and diet are imperative parts of a sound way of the life when you have diabetes. Alongside different advantages, following a healthy balanced diet and being dynamic can enable you to keep your blood glucose level in objective range. The quality and quantity of food that you eat are extremely vital in keeping your blood glucose level in the range that your healthcare professional suggests.
- Track 2-1Exercise for diabetics
- Track 2-2Diet for Diabetics
- Track 2-3Protein intake and Diabetes
- Track 2-4Lifestyle Intervention and Diabetes Prevention
Diabetes education is an integral component of the diabetes care and management, because diabetes requires day-to-day knowledge of exercise, nutrition, monitoring, and medication. An healthy diet is the central to manage of diabetes. The aim of patient education is for people with diabetes to improve their skills, knowledge and confidence enabling them to take increasing control of their own condition and integrate effective self-management into their daily lives. High-quality structured education can have an effect on health outcomes and can also significantly improve quality of life.
Endocrinology diseases may relate too high or low secretion of a hormone, too much or too little action of a hormone, or problems with receiving the hormone. Common endocrine disorders include Addison’s disease, diabetes mellitus, Cushing’s syndrome, Graves’ disease, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, acromegaly, hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism.
- Track 4-1Cushing’s disease
- Track 4-2Congenital adrenal hyperplasia
- Track 4-3Reproductive endocrinology and infertility
- Track 4-4Grave’s disease
- Track 4-5Grave’s disease
- Track 4-6 Osteoporosis
The most common devices utilized in the diabetes include blood-glucose meters, insulin pens and insulin pumps. Current gene therapy study highlights the transfer of insulin gene into different cells like the intestines, liver, stomach.
- Track 5-1Drug Therapy and Insulin Pumps
- Track 5-2Bioartificial Pancreas
- Track 5-3Bariatric Surgery
- Track 5-4Gene Therapy and Cell-Replacement Therapy
- Track 5-5Monoclonal Antibodies
- Track 5-6Bioinformatics in Diabetes Mellitus
A successful stem cell or bone marrow transplant could facilitate slow or halt the progression of certain metabolic syndromes together with type one diabetes, however, early diagnosis is vital to prevent irreversible disease progression.The recent innovations in nanomedicine include smart medication that solely activates when needed, nanoformulations for efficient drug delivery, engineered microbes that manufacture human hormones, and even nanorobots, which would move autonomously around the body acting as a boost, biological systems for our immune system and red blood cells.
- Track 6-1Islet Cell Transplantation
- Track 6-2Embryonic Stem Cells
- Track 6-3Mesenchymal Stem Cell Therapy
- Track 7-1Diagnosis and Management Resources
- Track 7-2Reducing the Risk of Passing Diabetes
- Track 7-3Identifying the Genes Responsible for Type 2 Diabetes
- Track 7-4The Role of Genetics in Type 2 Diabetes
- Track 7-5Lifestyle Choices that Affect the Development of Type 2 Diabetes
Pediatrics is the branch of treatment that includes the medicinal care of adolescents, new-born children and teenagers. A pediatrician is a specialist who will deal with the mental, physical and all health aspects of their paediatric patients, in all phase of development.
- Track 8-1Functional problems
- Track 8-2Developmental disorders
- Track 8-3Pediatric Pain Medicine
- Track 8-4Genetic disorders
- Track 8-5Malignancies
Pediatric infectious diseases are the illnesses which will influence the child have a routine or persistence disease caused by infectious agents such as Fungus, Bacteria and a parasite viral disease etc. Some of the Paediatric infectious diseases incorporate skin diseases, joint diseases, bone infections, blood contaminations.
- Track 9-1Bone and joint infections
- Track 9-2Cardiovascular infections
- Track 9-3Cardiovascular infections
- Track 9-4Head and neck infections
- Track 9-5Fungal infections
- Track 9-6Tuberculosis
- Track 9-7Respiratory infections
- Track 10-1Low blood sugar (hypoglycaemia)
- Track 10-2Adrenal gland hypo/hyper function
- Track 10-3Pituitary gland hypo/hyper function
- Track 10-4Enlarged thyroid gland (Goitre)
- Track 10-5Early or delayed puberty
- Track 10-6Growth problems, such as short stature
- Track 10-7Problems with Vitamin D (rickets, hypocalcaemia)
Diabetes normally saw in childrens is Type 1 diabetes and is caused by the failure of the pancreas to deliver insulin. Type1 diabetes affects around 1 out of 400 adolescents, children and young adults under 20 years of age. Moreover, it is because of the autoimmune destruction of the beta cells in the pancreas.
- Track 11-1Underactive or overactive thyroid gland
- Track 11-2Early or delayed puberty
Allergies erupt in children’s more habitually than adults. Allergens are the only substances that cause allergic reaction in humans. This is mainly due to the reason that children immune systems hasn't developed completely, and they have to be protected against various allergens.
- Track 12-1Respiratory infections
- Track 12-2Parasitic infections
- Track 12-3Zika virus
- Track 12-4Gastrointestinal infections
- Track 14-1Weight management
- Track 14-2Advanced treatment for obesity
- Track 14-3Endocrinal and hormonal obesity
- Track 14-4Over weight and cancer risk
- Track 14-5Glucose intolerance
- Track 14-6Gallbladder disease
- Track 14-7Gallbladder disease
Metabolic syndrome is a combination of risk factors which includes high blood pressure, abnormal cholesterol levels, hyperglycemia and excess body fat around the waist that occur together, doubling your risk of heart stroke, diabetes and hyperglycemia. Most of the disorders associated with metabolic syndrome have no symptoms, although it is closely linked to insulin resistance, inactivity and overweight or obesity. Metabolic syndrome can be prevented or reversed by adopting few number of lifestyle changes, including regular exercise, healthy diet, losing weight, stopping smoking, cutting down on alcohol.
- Track 15-1 Advances in BMI testing
- Track 15-2 Nursing care and paediatrics
- Track 15-3 Rheumatic diseases
- Track 16-1 Circulation problems
- Track 16-2 Increase in the amount of body fluids
- Track 16-3Changes in insulin management
- Track 16-4Lifestyle changes to lower cholesterol
Cholesterol metabolism is altered in the diabetes. Absorption is decreased in diabetes and cholesterol biosynthesis is increased. In type-2 diabetes in obesity and also in conditions such as cortisol excess (Cushing’s Syndrome), raised insulin levels are found frequently. Lack of insulin can lower the level of "good" cholesterol (high density lipoprotein). When insulin is given and then well controlled, HDL numbers will typically go back to normal. Cholesterol problems in people who have type-1 diabetes are related to the lack of insulin.
- Track 17-1 Insulin resistance
- Track 17-2Cholesterol absorption
- Track 17-3Cholesterol synthesis
- Track 17-4Enterohepatic circulation
- Track 17-5Sterols and diabetes
- Track 17-6The succinate hypothesis
Gestational diabetes is a type of diabetes in which woman develop high blood sugar levels during pregnancy. In addition, glucose remains in the bloodstream, where glucose levels rise. It can be managed by healthy diet and exercise. Insulin injections are the common medical treatment for gestational diabetes. If gestational diabetes is not detected and controlled, it may increase the risk of baby birth complications, such as shoulder dystocia (when the baby's shoulder gets stuck during the birth). Babies of mothers with gestational diabetes may experience hypoglycaemia, respiratory distress syndrome.
- Track 18-1Prediabetes
- Track 18-2Placental hormones
- Track 18-3Etiology and pathogenesis
- Track 18-4Prognosis of gestational diabetes
- Track 18-5Risk factors for gestational hypertension
- Track 18-6Monitoring fetal growth and well-being
- Track 18-7Monitoring fetal growth and well-being
Several complications are seen due to uncontrollable diabetes. Long-term complications of diabetes develop gradually. Macrovascular complications include cardiovascular diseases such as heart strokes, insufficiency in blood flow to legs, heart attacks. The other factors that quicken the complications of diabetes include smoking, obesity, high cholesterol levels, lack of exercise and high blood pressure.
- Track 19-1Diabetic nephropathy
- Track 19-2Diabetic retinopathy
- Track 19-3Diabetic neuropathy
- Track 19-4Stiff person syndrome
- Track 19-5Diabetic ketoacidosis