Surgery conference

5th International Surgery and Surgeons Meet 2019

New York, United States
26 - 27 June 2019
The conference ended on 27 June 2019

Important Dates

Abstract Submission Deadline
30th March 2019
Early Bird Deadline
30th March 2019
Abstract Acceptance Notification
31st May 2019
Final Abstract / Full Paper Deadline
31st May 2019

About Surgery conference

5th International Surgery and Surgeons Meet will be organized on June 26-27,2019 in New York, USA. The conference highlights the theme “Disseminating advance research and Innovative Technology in the field of Surgery”. Surgeons Meet 2019 aims to gather leading surgeons, eminent scientists, research scholars, students along with industrial and pharmacy professionals to express their views on the latest technologies for future Surgery research.

Topics

Measurement and evaluation, Eye surgery, Vitreoretinal surgery, Neurosurgery, Vascular surgery, Vascular surgeons, Liver transplantation and liver surgery ( experimental & clinical), Neonatal surgery, Neonatal cardiology and cardiac surgery

Call for Papers

Session 1: General Surgery

General surgery is the disease using operative procedures, deformity and treatment of the injury. It can be an effective treatment of the various range of disease like stomach, liver, appendix, thyroid gland, salivary glands, skin, colon, liver and emergency general surgery. Hernia surgery and abdominal wall surgery are the most recent topics in general surgery.

• Laparoscopic Surgery

• Paediatric Surgery

• Trauma Surgery

• Breast Surgery

• Transplant Surgery

• Cardiothoracic Surgery

• Vascular Surgery

• Paediatric Surgery

• Surgical Oncology

• Endocrine Surgery

Session 2: Gynaecological Surgery

Gynaecology is female reproductive systems it focusing on the general health care of women and treating conditions that affect the female reproductive organs. The urogynecologists team diagnosed those women who have suffering pelvic floor condition. Gynaecologists who are prepared to care for, and to consult on, patients with high-risk pregnancies; and reproductive endocrinologists are capable of managing complex problems related to reproductive endocrinology and infertility, including aspects of assisted reproduction, such as in vitro fertilization.

• Cervical Biopsy

• Endometrial Ablation

• Female Genital Mutilation

• Gynecologic Oncology

• Minimally invasive gynecologic Surgery

• Urogynecologists and Reconstructive Pelvic Surgery

Session 3: Trauma surgery

In trauma care patients are injured in a serious accident, physical and sexual assault and a natural disaster. A special area of persons with critical or multiple injuries to the musculoskeletal system. People with conditions such as adult respiratory distress syndrome, necrotizing fasciitis, sepsis, and multiple organ failures were treated in trauma critical care.

• Appendectomy

• Cholecystectomy

• Bowel resection

• Ostomy creation

• Feeding tubes

• Tracheostomy

• Open hernia repair

Session 4: Neurosurgery

Neurosurgery is the discipline of medicine with surgical treatment, diagnosis, evolution and rehabilitation of pathological process that modify the function of brain, nervous system, spinal cord. vascular neurosurgery and Endovascular neurosurgery are the major division of neurosurgery. Surgeon diagnoses patients suffering from back and neck pain as well as a host of other illnesses ranging from trigeminal neuralgia to head injury and Parkinson's disease.  

• Central Nervous System

• Craniotomy

• Endovascular techniques

• Key-hole Brain Surgery

• Neuro Radiological Surgery

• Neuro Surgical Oncology

• Neuro-Endoscopy

• Neuro-Pharmacology

• Neuro-Physiotherapy

• Spinal Neurosurgery

Session 5: Orthopaedic Surgery

Orthopaedic Surgery is specifically caring of the musculoskeletal system including bones, mussels, associated nerves, arteries and the overlying skin. Orthopaedics may also involve the treatment of second muscular problems of central or peripheral nervous system. Surgeons mainly take care of joints and their associated soft tissues, including ligaments. Arthroplasty, corrective surgery, joint arthroscopy, fracture repair are the main procedure used by orthopaedic surgeons.

• Arthroscopic Surgery

• Autologous Chondrocyte Transplantation

• Biomechanical materials and Implant Surgery

• Hand Surgery, Shoulder and Elbow Surgery

• Joint reconstruction

• Musculoskeletal Tumour Surgery

• Orthopaedic Trauma and Oncology

• Orthopaedic Trauma Surgery

• Podiatric Surgery

• Spine Surgery

Session 6: Ophthalmological Surgery

Ophthalmological Surgery is known as care of the vision or surgical procedure of the eyes. The most common purpose of ophthalmologic surgery is to repair eye muscles and improve vision. Ophthalmologists provide glasses and contact lenses, treat medical disorders of the eye, and perform surgical procedures for treatment. Laser eye surgery is the process accomplished by the spending of the laser on the surface of the eye. Anterior vasectomy is the removal of the front part of the eye to the reduction of intraocular pressure Trabeculectomy surgery uses a laser to open the iris to increase the outflow of aqueous humour and to intraocular pressure in the treatment of glaucoma. Laser photocoagulation is used to treat wet age-related macular degeneration.

• Canaloplasty

• Cataract Surgery

• Corneal Surgery

• Eye muscle Surgery

• Eyelid Surgery

• Glaucoma Surgery

• Laser Eye Surgery

• Oculoplastic Surgery

• Orbital Surgery

• Refractive Surgery

• Surgery involving the lacrimal apparatus

• Vitreo-retinal Surgery

Session 7: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

The speciality of plastic surgery deals with the renovation or modification of the humane body. Reconstructive plastic surgery will be performed to correct the congenital construction or facial bone break and functional impairments because of injuries. The plastic surgeon must also possess excellent skill in the performance of excisional surgery and the other fundamental areas of expertise are the surgical pathology, surgical oncology, surgical design, surgical diagnosis, surgical and artistic anatomy, surgical physiology, pharmacology, bacteriology, biomechanics, embryology, and surgical instrumentation. Craniofacial surgery is separated into adult craniofacial surgery and paediatric surgery.

• Body Dysmorphic Disorder and Patient expectations

• Botox and Body contouring

• Breast Aesthetics and Reconstruction

• Cosmetic Surgery

• Craniofacial Surgery

• Forehead, Facial and Eyelid rejuvenation

• Microsurgery

• Paediatric Plastic Surgery

Session 8: Transplantation Surgery

Transplant surgery is the surgical exchange of organ, body tissue, or blood products from a donor and surgically placing or infusing them into a recipient. Heart, kidneys, liver, digestive tract, lungs, pancreas and thymus Organs that could be transplanted. The cornea and musculoskeletal grafts are the most commonly transplanted tissues. Grafts transplanted between two genetically different individuals of the same species most human tissue and organ transplants are allografts. Kidney transplantation is generally accepted as the best treatment both for the quality of life and cost-effectiveness. Frozen and cryopreserved cells and human tissues can be protected and saved up to five years.

• ABO-incompatible Transplants

• Allograft and All Transplantation

• Amputation and Emergency Surgeries

• Autograft, Allograft, Isograph and Xenograft

• Challenges of transplantation in obese individuals

• Domino Transplant

• Heart Transplantation

• Knee Replacement Surgery

• Organ Transplantation Surgery

• Split Transplantation Surgery

• Transplantation in obese individuals

• Xenograft and Xenotransplantation

Session 9: Robotic Surgery

Robotic surgery is a type of minimally invasive surgery. that operated on patients through large incisions, surgeons use miniaturized surgical instruments that fit through a series of quarter-inch incisions. The da Vinci Si—the world’s most advanced surgical robot—these miniaturized instruments are mounted on three separate robotic arms, allowing the surgeon maximum range of motion and precision. Its fourth arm contains a magnified high-definition 3-D camera that guides the surgeon during the procedure. Surgeons are able to perform a growing number of complex urological, cardiothoracic, gynaecological and general surgical procedures. Since these procedures can now be performed through very small incisions, so patients experience a number of benefits like less trauma on the body minimal scarring, and faster recovery time compared to open surgery.

• Coronary artery bypass

• Cutting away cancer tissue from sensitive parts of the body such as blood vessels, nerves, or important body organs

• Gallbladder removal

• Hip replacement

• Hysterectomy

• Kidney removal

• Kidney transplant

• Mitral valve repair

• Pyloroplasty

• Radical prostatectomy

• Radical cystectomy

• Tubal ligation

Session 10: Urologic Surgery

Urologic surgery focuses on the urinary tract organs of males and females, and the male reproductive system. Urologic surgery is the integration of surgical activities for the pelvis-the colon, urogenital, and gynaecological organs. Small cameras and machines are inserted into the urinary tract in the process of endourology. Overactive bladder, pelvic organ prolapses, and urinary incontinence are the division of feminine urology. Paediatric urology is some disease like cryptorchidism, genitourinary tract, enuresis, immature genitalia, and vesicoureteral reflux which affected children.

• Andrology

• Endourology

• Endourology and Urologic Minimally Invasive Surgeries

• Female Urology

• Nervous system control of genitourinary Systems

• Neuro-Urology

• Paediatric Urology

• Reconstructive Urology

• Renal Transplantation

• Urologic Oncology

Session 11: Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery is the speciality concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of face, jaws, neck, the hard and soft tissues of the facial, congenital facial disproportion, facial trauma, oral cancer, salivary gland disease, temporomandibular joint disorders, and various benign pathologies. Oral and Maxillofacial Surgical operations are carried out on an outpatient basis under conscious sedation like pre-implant surgery placement of dental or facial implants, intra-oral and facial soft tissue procedures and some major operation are carried out on an inpatient like trauma, facial deformity or cancer, salivary gland disease.

• Cleft Lip & Palate Surgery

• Corrective Jaw Surgery

• Cosmetic Facial Surgery

• Craniofacial surgery/Paediatric Maxillofacial surgery

• Cranio-Maxillofacial Trauma

• Dentialveolar Surgery

• Facial Trauma

• Head and Neck Cancer

• Head and Neck Reconstruction

• Major and Minor Bone Grafting

• Maxillofacial Regeneration

• Orthodontics and Apicoectomy

• Pre-Prosthetic Surgery

• Tympanoplasty

Session 12: Anaesthesia and Perioperative Care

Anaesthesiologists play a vital role in assessing a patient’s medical readiness for surgery. Preoperative, intraoperative, postoperative are the three stages of perioperative care. Preoperative care will provide before, throughout and after the operation. During the Anaesthesia surgical procedure medications are given so patients are unconscious and unable to feel any pain. In case of emergency optional surgeries, perioperative care can be going a long period.

• Ambulatory and Ophthalmologic Anaesthesia

• Anaesthesia Complications

• Anaesthesia in Vaccines

• Anaesthesia Management Systems

• Challenges in research related to perioperative cancer care

• Conduction or Block Anaesthesia

• Dental or Oral Anaesthesiology

• Intrathecal analgesia and restrictive perioperative fluid management

• Labour Anaesthesia and Child Birth

• Neuro-anaesthesia and Cardiac Anaesthesia

• Obstructive sleep apnoea and perioperative complications

• Paediatric Anaesthesia

• Regional Anaesthesia and Acute pain

• Stent implantation and perioperative management issues

• Surgical Nursing

• Topical Anaesthesia

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