Wednesday, October 23, 2019

2nd World Congress on Obstetrics, Gynecology & Neonatal Care

February 24-25, 2020

Dubai, UAE

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About Pediatrics 2020

Pediatrics 2020 provides a vibrant platform for sharing knowledge among the Paediatricians, Gynaecologists and Obstetrics focusing on the New Research and Treatments. The workshops are designed for academic and industrial benefits who want to have updated knowledge on management and treatment techniques. The Conference gathers expert surgeons in the world to share their experience and guide participants to explore advanced surgical techniques.

  • ·   Pediatrics & Pediatric Primary Care
  •      Neonatalology & Neonatal Care
  •      Onco-fertility and Fertility Preservation
  •      Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health
  •      Pediatrics/Neonatal Care Nursing
  •      Pediatric Nutrition
  •      Pediatric Cardiology
  •      Pediatric Oncology
  •      Pediatric Pulmonology
  •      Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine
  •      Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery
  •      Gynecology and Obstetrics
  •      Gynecologic Surgery
  •      Obstetrical Complications
  •      Pediatric Neurology
  •      Labor and Delivery
  •      Pediatric Endocrinology
  •      Pediatric Gastroenterology
  •      Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility
  •      Breast Cancer and Pregnancy/ Lifestyle

Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Gynecological Surgical instruments Market 2019-2023

Market Research Store has rolled out its latest report on “Gynecological Surgical Instruments Market” that computes industry growth trend via former data and judges future possibilities depending on thorough groundwork. The Gynecological Surgical Instruments report broadly offers the market segment, development, trends, and prediction for the period 2019-2026. The Gynecological Surgical Instruments research report precisely elaborates every minute detail related to the Gynecological Surgical Instruments Market. It enables the user to study and find out the future insights of the market and perform the analysis data to boost the business. The growth momentum estimated on account of comprehensive investigation provides complete data about the Gynecological Surgical Instruments Market. The Gynecological Surgical Instruments market offers the framework of progress to the several connected networks of businesses under it, which include various companies, industries, organizations, suppliers, dealers, as well as local producers

In accordance with a competitive prospect, this Gynecological Surgical Instrumentsreport dispenses a broad array of features essential for measuring the current Gynecological Surgical Instruments market performance along with technologicaladvancements, business abstract, strengths and weaknesses of market position and hurdles crossed by the leading Gynecological Surgical Instruments market players to gain leading position. Other aspects such as customer base, sales reach, local coverage, production price trends, and production cost layout are also analyzed to bestow accurate rivalry perspective.

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Friday, June 28, 2019

What are the options to replace the lost tooth in case a child 2.5 yrs of age lost his upper front tooth (milk tooth) along with roots?

Since the child is 2.5 years of age, it would take about 5.5 years for the permanent counterpart(central incisors) to erupt. The upper (maxillary) central incisors generally tend to erupt at around 7–8 years.
Since the child has lost his primary incisors so young, it's gonna be a must to maintain that space. When primary teeth are lost earlier that necessary; the adjacent teeth tend to migrate into that space and thereby causing loss of the arch space. This leads to lack of space for the succedaneous tooth to erupt. In this case that would be the central incisors and eventually ending up with malocclusion. There are however studies which say that when teeth anterior to the canines are lost after the primary canines erupt; there isn't a loss of space and the arch remains stable

Thursday, June 27, 2019

Sharing clinical notes engages OB-GYN patients ?

Mary Herlihy, M.D., from the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, and colleagues assessed obstetrics and gynecology patients' interest in reading their ambulatory visit notes, identification of documentation errors, and perceptions of sensitive language. As part of a quality improvement effort, patients (except those seen for ) were invited to read their ambulatory visit notes and provide feedback using a patient reporting tool co-developed with patients.

"Greater outreach and patient encouragement are needed to further engage patients in safety," the authors write.

Monday, June 24, 2019

Globally Pediatric Sphygmomanometers Market Expected To Reach Multi Billion Dollars By 2024

Pediatric Sphygmomanometers Market Report 2019 to 2024 is the definitive study of the global Pediatric Sphygmomanometers market. The content includes orientation technology, industry drivers, geographic trends, market statistics, market forecasts, producers, and equipment suppliers

Briggs Healthcare
Changxing Ultrasonic Instrument
Creative Industry
Friedrich Bosch
Geratherm Medical

Thursday, June 13, 2019

How is the life of an adult after heart valve replacement?

It depends upon several factors listed and explained below
1) Type of disease you have - Generally patients with aortic stenosis and aortic regurgitation do well after valve replacement. The left ventricle adopts relatively quickly (timeline varies between 6 months to 2 years) to the normalized hemodynamics. Symptoms of heart failure generally revert rapidly after replacement.
Patients with mitral stenosis and mitral regurgitation have a different scenario. They tend to have more rhythm disorders (atrial fibrillation) which tend to persist even after surgery if Cox Maze is not done simultaneously. They may also have pulmonary hypertension which may be irreversible in advanced stages.

Friday, May 31, 2019

Neonatal thrombocytopenia: Thrombin generation in presence of reduced platelet counts and effects of rFVIIa in cord blood

Healthy infants exhibit a well-functioning haemostatic system in-vivoand are not prone to easy bruising. The plasmatic coagulation system shows some particularities as many coagulation factors are known to be low at time of birth and adapt to adult levels within the first months of life. As shown by Cvirn et al., low procoagulatory factors are also accompanied by low levels of inhibitory factors, which result in a well-balanced haemostasis1.
Platelets of newborns exhibit impaired platelet function in in-vitroaggregation measurements2. This hypoaggregability is not due to a refractory state caused by preactivation during birth3. Multifactorial impairments in signal transduction have been shown to cause this hypoaggregability, including impaired calcium mobilization, lower numbers of α2-adrenergic receptors and lower GTPase activity in Gq-coupled receptors4,5,6. Despite these impairments, the phospholipid composition of neonatal platelet membranes and the overall phospholipid surface expression upon activation are similar to that of adult platelets.