Track Categories

The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.

General surgery is a specialty to fame in surgical techniques that principally concentrates on stomach area including stomach, throat, colon, gut, pancreas, liver, gallbladder, and regularly the thyroid organ. General surgery likewise manages ailments like skin, bosom, injury, delicate tissue, hernias, and vascular surgery. surgery methods like Laparoscopic surgery is major and as a significant expertise that is creating a surgical methodology and. Operations are done by negligibly obtrusive systems to diminish the torment to patients, furthermore to better recuperation. Each stomach operation has been finished by this general surgery. For example, morbid obesity, evacuation of threatening tumors of the entrails and hernia repair.

  • Track 1-1Trauma Surgery/Surgical Critical Care
  • Track 1-2Laparoscopic Surgery
  • Track 1-3Colorectal Surgery
  • Track 1-4Breast Surgery
  • Track 1-5Vascular Surgery
  • Track 1-6Endocrine Surgery
  • Track 1-7Transplant Surgery
  • Track 1-8Surgical Oncology
  • Track 1-9Cardiothoracic Surgery
  • Track 1-10Paediatric Surgery
  • Track 1-11Podiatry Surgery

Otorhinolaryngology is a surgical subspecialty in medicine that contracts with conditions of the ear, nose, and throat and connected structures of the head and neck. Oto means ears; rhino denotes nose, and larynx direct as the throat, denoting the larynx includes surgical intervention for operations and illnesses in the head and neck regions. The operation to the ears, nose, and throat, in the head and neck region, is to treat a typical defect. To correct hearing impairment defects such procedures contains stapedotomy, a technique which removes all or part of a bone in the middle ear. Tympanoplasty is rebuilding of the eardrum. Cochlear implants defined as the establishment of a device to motivate nerve ends within the inner portion of the ear to permit hearing.

  • Track 2-1Head and Neck Oncology
  • Track 2-2Otology and Neurotology
  • Track 2-3Rhinology
  • Track 2-4Paediatric Otorhinolaryngology
  • Track 2-5Laryngology
  • Track 2-6Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
  • Track 2-7Etymology

Ophthalmic surgery, well-known as ocular surgery, which is surgery performed on the eye. Laser eye surgery or laser corneal surgery is the process accomplished by the spending of the laser on the surface of the eye. This procedure is implemented to treat the conditions like myopia, hyper metopic and astigmatism. Glaucoma means increased pressure in eye or nerves system present in the eye which leads to loss of eyesight and this is well recognized as increased intro-ocular pressure. An ophthalmologist is a specialist in treating all eye problems. An ophthalmologist makes surgeries on eyes, and numerous complaints can be identified by ophthalmologists. Canaloplasty is a method performed by the non-penetrating procedure to improve drainage from the eyes. Anterior vasectomy is the removal of the front part of the eye to the reduction of intraocular pressure which can be used for treating vitreous loss during or corneal cataract surgery.

  • Track 3-1Cataract Surgery
  • Track 3-2Glaucoma Surgery
  • Track 3-3Laser eye Surgery
  • Track 3-4Ma Surgery
  • Track 3-5Canaloplasty
  • Track 3-6Refractive Surgery
  • Track 3-7Corneal Surgery
  • Track 3-8Vitreo-retinal Surgery
  • Track 3-9Eye muscle Surgery
  • Track 3-10Oculoplastic Surgery
  • Track 3-11Eyelid Surgery
  • Track 3-12Orbital Surgery
  • Track 3-13Other Oculoplastic Surgery
  • Track 3-14Surgery involving the lacrimal apparatus
  • Track 3-15Eye removal

Oral and Maxillofacial surgery treating numerous syndromes, diseases and defects in the face, jaws, head, neck and the hard and soft tissues of the facial and oral region. Oral and maxillofacial surgery is a major surgical specialty. Central Treatments performed on the craniomaxillofacial regions such as the mouth, jaws, face, neck, skull, and include Dental surgery. Surgery to insert Osseointegrated implants to cure dental problems and implants to treat maxillofacial region, also to treat head and neck region cosmetic surgery is the satisfactory option. Various surgeries performed on the craniomaxillofacial area: mouth, jaws, face, neck, skull, and include-dental surgery, surgery of the neck and head, surgery for repairing or Corrective jaw, surgical for sleep complaints, maxillomandibular treatment, and genioplasty.

  • Track 4-1Head and Neck Cancer ( Micro Vascular Reconstruction)
  • Track 4-2Cosmetic Facial Surgery
  • Track 4-3Craniofacial Surgery/Paediatric Maxillofacial Surgery/Cleft Surgery
  • Track 4-4Cranio-Maxillofacial Trauma
  • Track 4-5Head and Neck Reconstruction (Plastic Surgery of the head and neck region)
  • Track 4-6Maxillofacial Regeneration
  • Track 4-7Facial Trauma
  • Track 4-8Major and Minor Bone Grafting
  • Track 4-9Pre-Prosthetic Surgery
  • Track 4-10Cleft Lip & Palate Surgery
  • Track 4-11Orthodontics and Apicoectomy
  • Track 4-12Tympanoplasty
  • Track 4-13Dentialveolar Surgery
  • Track 4-14Corrective Jaw Surgery

Endocrine surgery is a specialized field of surgery that focuses on the treating of problems of the thyroid, parathyroid, and adrenal glands, as well as endocrine carcinomas of the gastrointestinal tract and the pancreas. Endocrine surgery can be performed on endocrine glands to treat a hormonal or anti-hormonal effect in the human body. This involves surgery to eliminate carcinomas which have developed within or on the endocrine gland. The method of operation through endoscopic technique is denoted as endonasal surgery. The endocrine operation typically involves the parathyroid glands thyroid gland and adrenal glands. The most common endocrine surgeries will include the elimination of the thyroid, and then after followed by parathyroid gland removal.

  • Track 5-1Retroperitoneoscopic Adrenalectomy
  • Track 5-2Thyroid Surgery
  • Track 5-3Parathyroid Surgery
  • Track 5-4Adrenal Surgery
  • Track 5-5Pancreatic Surgery
  • Track 5-6Minimally Invasive Parathyroidectomy
  • Track 5-7Resection of Substernal Goitre
  • Track 5-8Total Thyroidectomy

Cardiothoracic surgery is the arena of medicine involved in surgical treatment of organs inside the chest generally dealing with conditions of the heart and lungs. Cardiac surgery and thoracic surgery are separate operating specialties. Cardiovascular surgery is operation on the heart done by cardiac specialists. Normally, it is done to treat complications of the ischemic disease, correct congenital heart disease, or treat valvular heart disease from various causes including, rheumatic heart disease, atherosclerosis, and endocarditis. Heart transplantation also comes under this category. Cardiothoracic surgery is the operating procedure to treat organs inside the thoracic cavity. Cardiac operation and thoracic operation are separate surgical specialties. Bi-pass heart surgery is an operating procedure in which heart is opened and operation is performed on the internal constructions of the heart. In minimally invasive surgery machine is used to perform the operation.

  • Track 6-1Aortic and Peripheral vascular and Endovascular procedures
  • Track 6-2Paediatric and Neonatal Cardiac Surgery
  • Track 6-3Minimally invasive and Hybrid Cardiac procedures
  • Track 6-4Robotic Cardiac Surgery
  • Track 6-5Off-Pump Coronary Revascularization vs. Conventional CABG vs. PTCA
  • Track 6-6Valve repair/Replacement/Mechanical vs. Tissue valves and TAVI/TAVR
  • Track 6-7Cardiac disease prevention and Rehabilitation
  • Track 6-8CPB and Perfusion Technology
  • Track 6-9Thoracic and VATS
  • Track 6-10Cardiac Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care

Transplantation surgery is a surgical system in a human in which a body tissue or organ is exchanged from a giver to a beneficiary or starting with one a part in the body then onto the next. Organs that can be transplanted are the kidneys, liver, heart, lungs, pancreas, digestive tract, and thymus. Sorts of transplantation surgery include Xenograft and Xenotransplantation. Organ givers might live, mind dead, or dead through circulatory demise. Tissue might be recuperated from givers who pass on of circulatory demise, and of mind passing up to 24 hours past the end of the pulse. Not at all like organs, most tissues can be protected and saved up to five years, which means they can be "banked". Transplantation raises various bioethical issues, including the meaning of death, how to and when the transplantation should be done.

  • Track 7-1Xenograft and Xenotransplantation
  • Track 7-2Domino Transplants
  • Track 7-3ABO-incompatible Transplants
  • Track 7-4Transplantation in obese individuals
  • Track 7-5Autograft, Allograft, Isograph, and Xenograft
  • Track 7-6Split transplants and its Complications
  • Track 7-7Domino Transplant
  • Track 7-8Challenges of transplantation in obese individuals
  • Track 7-9Amputation and Emergency Surgeries
  • Track 7-10Knee Replacement Surgery
  • Track 7-11Allograft and All Transplantation
  • Track 7-12Split Transplantation Surgery
  • Track 7-13Organ Transplantation Surgery
  • Track 7-14Heart Transplantation

Gynecological surgery may generally be done for cosmetic or elective purposes. Generally, gynec operational and surgeries Include Endometrial Biopsy and Uterine. Women who have pelvic floor conditions are diagnosed by the team of urogynecologists. Noncancerous gynaecologic complaints like heavy menstrual periods are identified by Gynaecologists skilled in minimally invasive Gynecologic operations. Gynecologic oncologist analysis and conduct of women's cancers, like uterine, cervical, vaginal, and vulvar cancers. Obstetrics is the division of medicine that mostly emphases on women complaints during pregnancy, childbirth. Gynecology is a comprehensive field that concentrating on the general health care of women.

  • Track 8-1Hysterectomy and Hysterectomy
  • Track 8-2Vaginectomy and Vulvectomy
  • Track 8-3Urogynecologist
  • Track 8-4Female Genital Mutilation
  • Track 8-5Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery
  • Track 8-6Endometrial or Uterine Biopsy
  • Track 8-7Endometrial Ablation
  • Track 8-8Urogynecologists and Reconstructive Pelvic Surgery
  • Track 8-9Gynecologic Oncology
  • Track 8-10Endometrial Ablation
  • Track 8-11Cervical ( Cone) Biopsy

Urology surgery is also known as genitourinary surgery; it is the division of medicine that emphases on surgical and illnesses of the male and female urinary tract organs and the male reproductive system. The organs under the division of urology are kidneys, adrenal glands, ureters, urinary bladder, urethra, and the male reproductive organs. Endourology is procedure using small cameras and machines inserted into the urinary tract. Transurethral operation has been the keystone of Endourology. Paediatric urology deals with the urologic disorders in children. Such diseases mainly are cryptorchidism, congenital irregularities of the genitourinary tract, enuresis, immature genitalia, and vesicoureteral reflux. Reconstructive surgery is an extremely specific arena of urology that reinstates both construction and function. Feminine Urology is a division of urology dealing with overactive bladder, pelvic organ prolapses, and urinary incontinence.

  • Track 9-1Endourology and Urologic Minimally Invasive Surgeries
  • Track 9-2Urologic Oncology
  • Track 9-3Nervous system control of genitourinary Systems
  • Track 9-4Paediatric Urology
  • Track 9-5Andrology and Female Urology
  • Track 9-6Reconstructive Urology
  • Track 9-7Renal Transplantation
  • Track 9-8Endourology
  • Track 9-9Neuro-Urology
  • Track 9-10Female Urology

Perioperative usually denotes to the three stages of surgery:preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative. The aim of perioperative care is to deliver better conditions for patients before surgery, all through operation, and afterward. Perioperative care is the caution that will be provided before, throughout and after operation. It is usually provided in hospitals, in operation centers attached to hospitals, in self-supporting operation centres or health care providers' offices. In this period patients will be mentally and physically prepared for the on-going surgery. For emergency operations, this time can be less and even unaware to the patient; for optional surgeries, perioperative care can be rather long. Information found during preoperative valuation is used as a foundation for the care strategy for the patient.

  • Track 10-1Challenges in research related to perioperative cancer care
  • Track 10-2Obstructive sleep apnoea and perioperative complications
  • Track 10-3Stent implantation and perioperative management issues
  • Track 10-4Intrathecal analgesia and restrictive perioperative fluid management
  • Track 10-5Neuro-anaesthesia and Cardiac Anaesthesia
  • Track 10-6Paediatric Anaesthesia
  • Track 10-7Regional Anaesthesia and Acute pain
  • Track 10-8Anaesthesia Management Systems (AIMS)
  • Track 10-9Anaesthesia Complications
  • Track 10-10Anesthesia in Vaccines
  • Track 10-11Dental or Oral Anaesthesiology
  • Track 10-12Conduction or Block Anaesthesia
  • Track 10-13Ambulatory and Ophthalmologic Anaesthesia
  • Track 10-14Topical Anaesthesia
  • Track 10-15Ambulatory and Ophthalmologic Anaesthesia
  • Track 10-16Labour Anaesthesia and Child Birth
  • Track 10-17Surgical Nursing

Acute Care Surgery is a developing specialty with three vital components- trauma, critical care and emergency surgery. Subsequent survey of the operating critical care program directors and of the major trauma organizations it was clears that trauma and critical care doctors were progressively responsible for emergency surgical care. This cumulative accountability was a result of increasing necessity for trauma and emergency surgical attention in both academic and public hospitals. Educational gap was identified in emerged trauma and acute care surgery. Professionals in Trauma and Acute Care Surgery have established educational goals and fortified a more formal prospectus for training programs to meet this educational gap. The Acute Care surgery team delivers multidisciplinary patient care, education and training and advanced investigation in trauma, burn, emergency surgery and critical care.

  • Track 11-1Surgical critical care
  • Track 11-2Burn Surgery
  • Track 11-3Trauma and Emergency Surgery
  • Track 11-4Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS)
  • Track 11-5Ambulatory Surgery
  • Track 11-6Paediatric Acute Care
  • Track 11-7Surgical Nursing

Neurosurgery is the medicinal field dealing with the deterrence, analysis, surgical treatment, and rehabilitation of disorders which affects the nervous system including the brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerves, and extra-cranial cerebrovascular system. Neurasthenia is a major division established in endovascular surgery. Divisions of neurosurgery are vascular neurosurgery and endovascular neurosurgery. Certain of these divisions of neurosurgery are stereotactic neurosurgery, epilepsy surgery, endovascular neurosurgery, vascular neurosurgery and, functional neurosurgery; after included some more neurosurgeries they are: partial or total corpus colostomy. Hemispherectomy is the removal of part of the brain.

  • Track 12-1Paediatric Neurosurgery
  • Track 12-2Neuro Surgical Oncology
  • Track 12-3Neuro Radiological Surgery
  • Track 12-4Spinal Neurosurgery
  • Track 12-5Neuro-Degenerative Disorders
  • Track 12-6Central Nervous System
  • Track 12-7Neuroplasticity
  • Track 12-8Endovascular techniques
  • Track 12-9NeuroPhysiotherapy
  • Track 12-10NIDS
  • Track 12-11Key-hole Brain Surgery
  • Track 12-12Craniotomy
  • Track 12-13Neuro-Endoscopy
  • Track 12-14Neuro-Pharmacology
  • Track 12-15Neuro-Traumatic Brain Injury

Plastic surgery is a surgical specialty concerning with the renovation, rebuilding, or modification of the human body. Main plastic surgery divisions include cosmetic or aesthetic surgery, reconstructive surgery, hand surgery, craniofacial surgery, microsurgery, and the treatment of burns. Plastic surgery is a medicinal process to change or reinstate the form of the body. Reconstructive plastic surgery will be performed to correct the functional impairments because of injuries, injuries, and facial bone breaks or congenital construction, such as cleft palate, infectious diseases. To improve the physical appearance usually plastic surgery will be done. Cosmetic surgery is an elective procedure that is for refining. Craniofacial surgery is separated into adult craniofacial surgery and paediatric surgery.

  • Track 13-1Reconstructive Surgery
  • Track 13-2Forehead, Facial and Eyelid rejuvenation
  • Track 13-3Breast Aesthetics and Reconstruction
  • Track 13-4Botox and Body contouring
  • Track 13-5Paediatric Plastic Surgery
  • Track 13-6Body Dysmorphic Disorder and Patient expectations
  • Track 13-7Cosmetic Surgery
  • Track 13-8Craniofacial Surgery
  • Track 13-9Paediatric Plastic Surgery
  • Track 13-10Microsurgery

Orthopedic surgery is the study of surgery concerned with situations involving the musculoskeletal system. To treat musculoskeletal trauma orthopaedic surgeons, use both surgical and nonsurgical means, tumors, spine diseases, degenerative diseases, sports injuries, congenital disorders, and infections. Orthopedic Surgery focuses on mainly orthopedic subspecialties: reconstruction for adults and joint replacement, spine surgery, sports medicine, surgery of the wrist and hand, surgery of the elbow and shoulder, surgery of the ankle and foot, tumour surgery, Trauma Surgery, pediatric, and rehabilitation, physical medicine.

  • Track 14-1Hand Surgery, Shoulder and Elbow Surgery
  • Track 14-2Joint reconstruction
  • Track 14-3Foot and Ankle Surgery (Podiatric Surgery)
  • Track 14-4Spine Surgery
  • Track 14-5Orthopaedic Trauma and Oncology
  • Track 14-6Arthroscopic Surgery
  • Track 14-7Musculoskeletal Tumour Surgery
  • Track 14-8Orthopedic Trauma Surgery
  • Track 14-9Biomechanical materials and Implant Surgery
  • Track 14-10Autologous Chondrocyte Transplantation

Anaesthesia comes from the Greek meaning loss of sensation Anaesthetic practice has evolved from a need for pain relief and altered consciousness to allow surgery. In general, anaesthesia a reversible state of unconsciousness is achieved. It can be divided into three stages: induction, maintenance and emergence. In regional anaesthesia, nerve transmission is blocked, and the patient may stay awake or be sedated or anaesthetized during a procedure. Conduction anesthesia in which small nerves are not anesthetized individually, as in nerve block anesthesia, but instead are blocked en masse by local anesthetic solution injected to form a barrier proximal to the operative site. Peripheral nerve blocks (PNB) used for surgical anesthesia as well as for both postoperative and nonsurgical analgesia. PNBs offer distinct benefits over general or neuraxial anesthesia in certain clinical situations.

  • Track 15-1Anesthetics and Sedation
  • Track 15-2Ambulatory Anesthesia
  • Track 15-3Paediatric Anesthesia
  • Track 15-4Spinal Anesthesia
  • Track 15-5Epidural Anesthesia
  • Track 15-6Anesthetic Adjunct
  • Track 15-7Steroid Anesthetics
  • Track 15-8Propofol and Benefits of Anesthesia
  • Track 15-9Anesthesia Equipment
  • Track 15-10Anxiolytics and Narcotics
  • Track 15-11Paralytics
  • Track 15-12Pain
  • Track 15-13Analgesia
  • Track 15-14NSAIDS
  • Track 15-15Amnesia
  • Track 15-16Postoperative Nausea and Vomiting
  • Track 15-17Acute stress response
  • Track 15-18Peripheral Nerve Block
  • Track 15-19Mortality and Emergence
  • Track 15-20Coma