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6th International Conference on Gynecology and Obstetrics , will be organized around the theme Focus on Next Generation & to Improve the Obstetrics & Gynecology Care

Gynecology 2019 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Gynecology 2019

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Throughout each phase of your lifecycle: Wellness, sickness and times of change, we must be vigilant about your healthcare. Gynecology deals with any disease concerning the reproductive organs: fallopian tubes, cervix, uterus, ovaries and vagina. A gynecologist may also treat related problems in the urinary system since these are closely related to female reproductive organs. The obstetrician refers to the complications of childbirth and ensures both mother and baby is safely guided through all of the phases of pregnancy and childbirth. Both gynecologist & obstetrician play a vital role in the women health. Women need reproductive health care during every stage of life and concern with gynecologist is the first step towards comprehensive, ongoing health and wellness management. Researcher’s focused on overcoming infertility, improving health care for both non-pregnant and pregnant women, combating gynecologic cancers, and easing the menopausal transition in women and many more.

 

  • Track 1-1Basics of Breast Diseases related to OB/GYN
  • Track 1-2Physiology of Menstruation and Ovulation
  • Track 1-3Recent Advances in Gynecology
  • Track 1-4Pregnancy Care and Delivery
  • Track 1-5Contraception
  • Track 1-6Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
  • Track 1-7The Effect of the IUD on the Ultrastructure of the Endometrium
  • Track 1-8Prostate Cancer
  • Track 1-9Lactation Support
  • Track 1-10Principles and Practice of Oncology in Gynecology
  • Track 1-11Anatomy in Females of Genitourinary System, Abdomen, Pelvis , Pelvic Floor , Anterior Abdominal Wall and Breast.
  • Track 1-12Operative Gynecology
  • Track 1-13Placenta - Development, Structure, Functions
  • Track 1-14Endocrinology of Pregnancy
  • Track 1-15Normal Pregnancy, Labour & Puerperium
  • Track 1-16Recent Advances in Medical and Surgical Management
  • Track 1-17Operative Obstetrics
  • Track 1-18Infections in Pregnancy
  • Track 1-19Obstetrical Analgesia and Anesthesia

Midwifery is an eclectic field and is professional in gynecology and Number of Research institutes working on the Midwifery are approximately 20 or more as well as some universities are giving training to women to be midwifery and most of midwives are women, total number of universities are approximately 70 which are working on midwives and the funding is around $20000- $30000 and Academia 50% , 40% industry and Others 30% are included in this topic. Midwife is a profession in obstetrics as well. The term midwife is used in refers for both women and men. In Many International & National Gynecology Conferences or Events around the world has included the advancements of Midwifery and has proved to be an essential topic, as per the definition of the WHO and the International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics: A Midwife is a person who is  regularly admitted to a midwifery educational program that is recognized in the country in which it is located, and who has successfully completed the stipulated course of studies in midwifery and has obtained the essential qualifications to be registered and legally licensed to practice midwifery. 

 

  • Track 2-1Midwifery Care
  • Track 2-2Midwifery in Low Income Countries
  • Track 2-3Recent Developments in Midwifery Research
  • Track 2-4Midwifery in Multi-Ethnic Community

A Maternal-Fetal Medicine (MFM) is refer to an Ob-Gyn physician who has completed an additional two to three years of education and training. They are high-risk pregnancy experts. For, MFM specialists work to keep the woman as healthy as possible while her body changes and her baby grows. MFM specialists also deal with the care for women who face unexpected and health problems that develop during pregnancy, such as early labor, bleeding, or high blood pressure.

Their training includes a four year residency in obstetrics and gynecology followed by a three-year fellowship. They may provide treatments, prenatal tests, and perform surgeries. They refer as physician during lower-risk pregnancies and the primary obstetrician in especially high-risk pregnancies. After birth, they act as a pediatricians or neonatologists. For the mother, perinatologists assist with pre-existing health concerns, as well as complications caused by pregnancy.

 

  • Track 3-1Pre-Pregnancy Underweight and Fetal Growth
  • Track 3-2Pregnancy Termination Practice
  • Track 3-3Signalling, Status and Inequities in Maternal Healthcare
  • Track 3-4Body Mass Index (BMI) Guidelines for Fertility Treatment
  • Track 3-5Maternal Fetal Medicine Practice & Procedures
  • Track 3-6Fetal Blood Sampling

Urogynecology is a professional in gynecology and the number of International & National research institutes working on the  Urogynecology are approximately 40 or more and  some universities also give training to women on Urogynecology, total number of universities which focus on this area are approximately 60 and also obtain a funding of around $20000- $30000 and includes 10% industry, 20% of academia and Others 70% .It is a surgical sub-specialty of urology and gynecology. Urogynecology is also referred as a subspecialty of Female Pelvic Medicine. Urogynecology includes diagnosis and treatment of urinary problem and female pelvic floor disease.

 

  • Track 5-1Gynecologic and Urology Surgery
  • Track 5-2Complications in Endoscopic Surgery
  • Track 5-3Management of the Ureter During Pelvic Surgery
  • Track 5-4Urinary Incontinence and Interstitial Cystitis
  • Track 5-5Vaginal Agenesis and Vesicovaginal Fistulas

There are many Research institutes working on the Gynecological Endocrinology which are approximately 35 and the Number of Universities working on this topic are approximately 80 and funding for the research given by University or a research institute is around $10000 - $30000 including Academia 20%, 30% industry and Others 50%. Gynecological Endocrinology focuses on the treatment of disorders related to menstruation, fertility and menopause. Reproductive endocrinology and Fetal-Placental neuroendocrine development refer to a subspecialty that focuses on the biological causes and its interventional treatment of infertility and its development.

 

  • Track 6-1Fetal-Placental Neuroendocrine Development
  • Track 6-2Paediatric and Adolescent Gynecology
  • Track 6-3Pregnancy and Diabetes
  • Track 6-4Neuroendocrinology of Reproduction
  • Track 6-5Reproductive Endocrinology

 

Donor conception means creating a family using donated sperm, donated eggs or embryos. Whether you are considering using a donor, becoming a donor, or you are donor-conceived, it can be difficult to know what questions to ask and where to find answers. VARTA provides information and a range of resources - including podcasts, videos and written material - to help all parties navigate this complex process. Some people wish to exchange information or meet others they are connected to as a result of donor conception treatment. This is termed donor linking. Donor-conceived people, their parents or donors whose treatment occurred in Victoria can apply to the donor conception registers. This information is a general overview only. It does not take into account your personal circumstances, nor does it constitute legal advice.

 

As discussed in many Gynecologic events and meetings occurring in the  worldwide, it is stated that around 70,000 women are diagnosed with gynecologic cancers in the USA, and half of those were uterine cancer diagnoses with deaths of 7,000 women per year. Ovarian cancer is found to be the 2nd most common gynecologic cancer with around  24,000 new cases every year, leading to 17,000 deaths per year. Mortality of cases in cervical cancer have been decreased as Pap smears have become common in place. however, there are about 11,000 diagnoses every year in which about 4,400 women die from this disease every year. 4,300 women are being diagnosed with vulvar cancer each year, in which there is about 900 deaths among them. Vaginal cancer account for about 2,500 diagnoses each year causing about 800 deaths. Every woman is at risk  a gynecologic cancer. It is estimated that there will be around 97,000 new cases diagnosed and approximately causing 35,000 deaths from gynecologic cancers in the USA during the year 2015 stated as per The American Cancer Society, in which Uterine cancer may have the large portion of about 60% cases with an estimated mortality rate of approximately 18%. The Ovarian cancer has the highest mortality rate at 60%. 

 

  • Track 8-1Radiation Therapy for Gynecologic Cancers
  • Track 8-2Palliative Care in Gynecological Oncology
  • Track 8-3Oncology Scan – Gynecological Cancers
  • Track 8-4Ovarian and Cervical Oncology
  • Track 8-5Fibroids and Breast Oncology

Reproductive Medicine in Gynecology is ever growing area, Target audience are of Academia 20%, 50% industry and 30% of others. Reproductive medicine is a branch of medicine which focuses on prevention, diagnosis and management of the reproductive problems. The aim emphasizes to improve or maintain reproductive health and allowing people to have children at a time of their choice as discussed in many gynecology events occurring in worldwide. It is mainly focused on knowledge of reproductive physiology, anatomy and endocrinology which also relevant to the molecular biology, biochemistry and pathology. Regenerative medicine includes on process of replacing and regenerating human cells, tissues or organs to restore normal function.

 

  • Track 9-1Neuroendocrinology of Reproduction
  • Track 9-2Regenerative Medicine and Their Application
  • Track 9-3Personalized Reproductive Medicine
  • Track 9-4Reproductive Endocrinology
  • Track 9-5Reproductive Cloning
  • Track 9-6Hysteroscopy Prior to Assisted Reproductive Technique
  • Track 9-7Biomarkers in Reproductive Medicine
  • Track 9-8Prenatal Diagnosis Using Three-Dimensional Ultrasound

Prenatal Diagnosis is a part of gynecology. It refers to the testing for diseases or conditions in a fetus or embryo before the child is born. Target audience are of 40% industry, Academia 20% and 40% of others.  Diagnostic testing can be performed by many invasive or non-invasive methods. As discussed in several  gynecology events  worldwide, the aim of this is to detect birth defects for examples  neural tube defects, Down syndrome, genetic disorders, chromosome disorder and other genetic disorders  such as sickle cell anemia , spina bifida, Tay Sachs disease, cystic fibrosis, Muscular dystrophy, cleft palate, thalassemia, and fragile X syndrome. Non-invasive techniques include examinations of the woman's womb by using ultrasonography and maternal serum screens

 

  • Track 10-1Prenatal Diagnosis Process
  • Track 10-2Advanced Techniques for Prenatal Diagnosis
  • Track 10-3Prenatal Diagnosis, Molecular Genetic Analysis
  • Track 10-4Detection and Prevention of Congenital Anomalies

The critical step in the management of world population includes Contraception and Family planning measures. The world is distinguishing a huge vault over in the development of recent contraceptive technologies and assisted reproductive technologies such as achieving pregnancy in procedures like in vitro fertilization , artificial insemination and surrogacy to fight issues like infertility and its assessment. As discussed in several gynecology events High-risk patients include patients with diseases like hypertension, Sexually transmitted diseases, diabetes and other complications and the advancing trends in contraception and technologies will render a crucial role in regulating a large number of Reproductive Health indicators.

 

  • Track 11-1Family Planning - Evaluation of Weight and Blood Pressure
  • Track 11-2Advanced Methods in Family Planning
  • Track 11-3Teenage Pregnancy
  • Track 11-4Post-Abortion Family Planning
  • Track 11-5Age at Menopause
  • Track 11-6Contraceptive vs Family planning

Menopause is well known concept in Gynecology. The number of Research institutes working on Menopause concepts are about 40-50 and the number of Universities are approximately 250 which are consisting menopause topics in the department of Gynecology and the funding towards the research on this topic is in between the figures of $30000 - $50000 ,Target audience are of about 20% in the industry,  Academia 40% and 40% of others. Menopause is also known as the climacteric, which is the time in most women's lives where the menstrual periods stop permanently, and she will be no longer able to have children.

 

  • Track 12-1Premature Menopause
  • Track 12-2The Immune System in Menopause
  • Track 12-3Metabolic Transitions at Menopause
  • Track 12-4Management of Menopouse
  • Track 12-5Age at Menopause
  • Track 12-6Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Infertility occur when a couple unable to conceive after having regular unprotected sex.
In the United States, around 20 percent of women aged 16 to 45 years are estimated to have difficulty conceiving or staying pregnant. Worldwide, 9 to 12 percent of couples’ experience fertility problems. Between 46 and 51 percent of cases are thought to stem from factors that affect the man. There are some causes genetic factor, age, smoking, diet, alcohol, mental stress. There are some treatments or medication which cure the infertility problem such as chemotherapy, radiation therapy& Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.

 

 

  • Track 13-1Infertility Evaluation and Treatment Among Women
  • Track 13-2Tubal Infertility and Ectopic Pregnancy
  • Track 13-3Obesity & Surgical Management of Infertility
  • Track 13-4Artificial Gametes and Ovarian Stimulation
  • Track 13-5Risk of Idiopathic Male Infertility
  • Track 13-6Infertility Evaluation and Management

The critical step in the management of world population includes Contraception and Family planning measures. The world is distinguishing a huge vault over in the development of recent contraceptive technologies and assisted reproductive technologies such as achieving pregnancy in procedures like in vitro fertilization , artificial insemination and surrogacy to fight issues like infertility and its assessment. As discussed in several gynecology events high-risk patients include patients with diseases like hypertension, Sexually transmitted diseases, diabetes and other complications and the advancing trends in contraception and technologies will render a crucial role in regulating a large number of Reproductive Health indicators.

 

 

  • Track 14-1Vaginal Cancer
  • Track 14-2Physical Activity in Women
  • Track 14-3Alcohol Use and Alcohol Problems in Women
  • Track 14-4Eating Disorders in Women: Current Issues and Diabates
  • Track 14-5Behavioural Changes in Women During Menopause
  • Track 14-6Psychology of Women during Pregnancy

Women’s sexual and regenerative wellbeing is identified with various human rights, including the privilege to life, the privilege to be free from torment, the privilege to wellbeing, the privilege to protection, the privilege to training, and the disallowance of segregation. Sexual and regenerative wellbeing and rights or SRHR is the idea of human rights connected to sexuality and generation. It is a mix of four fields that in a few settings are pretty much particular from each other, however less so or not in the slightest degree in different settings. These four fields are sexual wellbeing, sexual rights, regenerative wellbeing and conceptive rights. In the idea of SRHR, these four fields are dealt with as isolated however characteristically entwined.

 

  • Track 15-1SRHR and Education

Gynecologic Surgery is giving a fundamental, peer-assessed data for clinical articles managing all parts of agent and office gynecology. "Gynecological Surgery", established in 2004, is the first and head peer-surveyed logical diary devoted to all parts of research, advancement, and preparing in gynecological surgery Gynecological surgery alludes to surgery on the female conceptive framework. It incorporates strategies for amiable conditions, malignancy, fruitlessness, and incontinence. Gynecological surgery may once in a while be performed for elective or restorative purposes. Also this field is quickly changing because of new advancements and developments in endoscopy, apply autonomy, imaging and other interventional systems. Gynecological surgery is presently envelops every surgical intercession relating to ladies' wellbeing, including urogynecology, oncology and fetal surgery.

 

  • Track 16-1Tubal Ligation
  • Track 16-2Microsurgery
  • Track 16-3In Vitro Fertilization
  • Track 16-4Female Urology
  • Track 16-5Laparoscopy & Laser Surgery
  • Track 16-6Colposcopy & Hysteroscopy
  • Track 16-7Vacuum Aspiration
  • Track 16-8Oophorectomy
  • Track 16-9Salpingoophorectomy
  • Track 16-10Uterine Artery Embolization
  • Track 16-11Endometrial Biopsy

As discussed in many Gynecologic events and meetings occurring in the  worldwide, it is stated that around 70,000 women are diagnosed with gynecologic cancers in the USA, and half of those were uterine cancer diagnoses with deaths of 7,000 women per year. Ovarian cancer is found to be the 2nd most common gynecologic cancer with around  24,000 new cases every year, leading to 17,000 deaths per year. Mortality of cases in cervical cancer have been decreased as Pap smears have become common in place. however, there are about 11,000 diagnoses every year in which about 4,400 women die from this disease every year 4,300 women are being diagnosed with vulvar cancer each year, in which there is about 900 deaths among them. Vaginal cancer account for about 2,500 diagnoses each year causing about 800 deaths. Every woman is at risk  a gynecologic cancer. It is estimated that there will be around 97,000 new cases diagnosed and approximately causing 35,000 deaths from gynecologic cancers in the USA during the year 2015 stated as per The American Cancer Society, in which Uterine cancer may have the large portion of about 60% cases with an estimated mortality rate of approximately 18%. The Ovarian cancer has the highest mortality rate at 60%. 

 

  • Track 17-1Cancer in Pregnancy
  • Track 17-2Blood Component Therapy
  • Track 17-3Signal Tranduction Pathways
  • Track 17-4Germ Cells, Stromal and Other Ovarian Tumors
  • Track 17-5Diagnosis and Treatment
  • Track 17-6Causes and Risk Factors

Gynecologic pathology is the restorative pathology subspecialty managing the review and analysis of sickness including the female genital tract. A doctor who hones gynecologic pathology is a gynecologic pathologist. The term begins from the Greek gyno-(gynaikos) signifying "lady" and the postfix - ology, signifying "investigation of". Gestational trophoblastic malady (GTD) is the general name for a gathering of uncommon tumors that happen amid pregnancy in the fetalchorion, GTD can happen in any sort of pregnancy which is quite often reparable if discovered ahead of schedule in Oncology Gynecology Pathogenesis. Uterine leiomyosarcoma (LMS) is an uncommon uterine harm it is a forceful tumor connected with a high danger of repeat and passing, paying little mind to stage. Choriocarcinoma is a disease that grows most regularly from strange placenta and it is about 100% reparable if fitting chemotherapy is managed after the tumor mass is isolated from inside the uterus.

 

Pre-adult Gynecology is a companion assessed restorative diary covering gynecology as it identifies with the fields of pediatrics and juvenile medication. It was set up in 1988 as Adolescent and Pediatric Gynecology, acquiring its present name in 1996. It is distributed six times each year by Elsevier, which has distributed the diary since 1988; it is likewise the official diary of the North American Society for Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology. The supervisor in-boss is Joseph S. Sanfilippo (Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC). As per the Journal Citation Reports, the diary has a 2014 effect element of 1.683.

 

It is stated that around 70,000 women are diagnosed with gynecologic cancers in the USA, and half of those were uterine cancer diagnoses with deaths of 7,000 women per year. Ovarian cancer is found to be the 2nd most common gynecologic cancer with around  24,000 new cases every year, leading to 17,000 deaths per year. Mortality of cases in cervical cancer have been decreased as Pap smears have become common in place. however, there are about 11,000 diagnoses every year in which about 4,400 women die from this disease every year. 4,300 women are being diagnosed with vulvar cancer each year, in which there is about 900 deaths among them. Vaginal cancer account for about 2,500 diagnoses each year causing about 800 deaths. Every woman is at risk a gynecologic cancer. It is estimated that there will be around 97,000 new cases diagnosed and approximately causing 35,000 deaths from gynecologic cancers in the USA during the year 2015 stated as per The American Cancer Society, in which Uterine cancer may have the large portion of about 60% cases with an estimated mortality rate of approximately 18%. The Ovarian cancer has the highest mortality rate at 60%. 

 

  • Track 20-1Gynecologic Cancers Case Reports on Prevention
  • Track 20-2Gynecologic Cancers Case Reports on Screening
  • Track 20-3Gynecologic Cancers Case Reports on Diagnosis
  • Track 20-4Gynecologic Cancers Case Reports on Treatment

Throughout each phase of your lifecycle: Wellness, sickness and times of change, we must be vigilant about your healthcare. Gynecology deals with any disease concerning the reproductive organs: fallopian tubes, cervix, uterus, ovaries and vagina. A gynecologist may also treat related problems in the urinary system since these are closely related to female reproductive organs. The obstetrician deal with the complications of childbirth and ensures both mother and baby is safely guided through all of the phases of pregnancy and childbirth. Both gynecologist & obstetrician play a vital role in the women health. Women need reproductive health care during every stage of life and concern with gynecologist is the first step towards comprehensive, ongoing health and wellness management. Researcher’s focused on overcoming infertility, improving health care for both non-pregnant and pregnant women, combating gynecologic cancers, and easing the menopausal transition in women and many more.

 

  • Track 21-1Ovarian Function and its Disorders
  • Track 21-2Medicated Intrauterine Devices
  • Track 21-3Biology of the Ovary
  • Track 21-4Human Fetal Endocrines
  • Track 21-5Carcinoma of the Cervix

As discussed in many Gynecologic events and meetings occurring in the  worldwide, it is stated that around 70,000 women are diagnosed with gynecologic cancers in the USA, and half of those were uterine cancer diagnoses with deaths of 7,000 women per year. Ovarian cancer is found to be the 2nd most common gynecologic cancer with around  24,000 new cases every year, leading to 17,000 deaths per year. Mortality of cases in cervical cancer have been decreased as Pap smears have become common in place. however, there are about 11,000 diagnoses every year in which about 4,400 women die from this disease every year... 4,300 women are being diagnosed with vulvar cancer each year, in which there is about 900 deaths among them. Vaginal cancer account for about 2,500 diagnoses each year causing about 800 deaths. Every woman is at risk a gynecologic cancer. It is estimated that there will be around 97,000 new cases diagnosed and approximately causing 35,000 deaths from gynecologic cancers in the USA during the year 2015 stated as per The American Cancer Society, in which Uterine cancer may have the large portion of about 60% cases with an estimated mortality rate of approximately 18%. The Ovarian cancer has the highest mortality rate at 60%. 

 

  • Track 22-1Vaginal Cancer
  • Track 22-2Breast Cancer
  • Track 22-3Signs & Symptoms
  • Track 22-4Causes and Risk Factors
  • Track 22-5Causes and Risk Factors
  • Track 22-6Ovarian Cancer
  • Track 22-7Cervical Cancer
  • Track 22-8Endometrial Cancer
  • Track 22-9Vulvar Cancer
  • Track 22-10Fallopian Tube Cancer

Intrauterine device (IUD) is a small, flexible plastic frame to be inserted into the uterine cavity. It mainly work by changing the intra-uterine environment and making it spermicidal. Non-medicated IUD cause a sterile inflammatory response by producing a tissue injury of minor degree but enough to be spermicidal. Hormone releasing IUD add progesterone effect on endometrium to the foreign body reaction. The endometrium becomes decidualized with atrophy of glands. The progesterone IUD does not increase the serum progesterone level
and mainly acts by inhibition of implantation, sperm-capacitation and survival. Levonorgestrel IUD produces serum concentrations of the progestin half those of Norplant and therefore, ovarian follicular development and ovulation is not inhibited. The LNG-20 IUD decreases the blood loss (by about 40-50%) and dysmenorrhea.

 

  • Track 24-1Penile Cancer
  • Track 24-2Testicular Cancer
  • Track 24-3Signs and Symptoms
  • Track 24-4Causes and Risk Factors
  • Track 24-5Testings, Screening, Treatment and Diagnosis
  • Track 24-6Pelvic Floor Disorders and Pelvic Pain
  • Track 24-7Delayed or Precocious Puberty
  • Track 24-8Sexually transmitted diseases