Thursday, 27 December 2018

       Coping with Loss-Miscarriage Signs and Symptoms


10-20 % of pregnancies may end in miscarriage. Miscarriages mostly occur in the first trimester of pregnancy. The emotional impact usually takes longer to heal.


Miscarriages otherwise known as spontaneous abortions, usually occur when the foetus doesn’t develop normally inside the womb. The exact causes of miscarriages aren’t known yet. But it’s believed that miscarriages may happen when there are problems with the baby’s genes or chromosomes.
A miscarriage is when an embryo is expelled from the uterus before the due time. The first sign is heavy bleeding accompanied by abdominal or back pain and cramping. Certain health conditions in the pregnant mother may also cause a miscarriage, including:

·         Uncontrolled or undiagnosed diabetes
·         Viral/bacterial infections, including sexually transmitted infections
·         Hormone problems, such as thyroid or adrenal gland conditions
·         Lupus and other autoimmune disorders

Deep sadness and grief after a miscarriage is normal due to emotional attachment with the baby. In some women, these feelings might lead to depression. Recovering from a miscarriage both physically and emotionally needs time and patience. But many women who experience pregnancy loss have successful pregnancies later on.

However, life is so full of unexpected and unexplained things and situations that sometimes, a tragedy may strike. Yes, miscarriage is the word - the most painful experience for any pregnant woman.

We have compiled a few sessions that will help heal the sufferings of mothers coping with miscarriage.

If you wish to attend this session on November 22-23,2019 at Dubai, Email me directly: neonatalpediatrics@memeetings.net

Friday, 21 December 2018

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Neonatal Lupus: Clinical Manifestations and Treatment Options




Neonatal lupus is a rare acquired uncommon autoimmune disorder that is present at birth (congenital). Neonatal lupus is manifested primarily by cutaneous lupus lesions and/or congenital heart block. Approximately 1% of women who have autoantibodies of the Ro/La family will have a baby with neonatal lupus.

Characteristic red rash or skin eruption is often observed in Affected infants. Congenital heart blocks the most significant potential complication.

Neonatal lupus is not the same as lupus that affects adults. At birth, these infants may have liver problems, a skin rash, or low blood cell counts. These symptoms usually go away after six months of age, without lasting effects.

Treatment is typically no more than ointments to help relieve the severity of the breakouts. Though it's rare, some babies of mothers with lupus can be born with a heart condition that is permanent but treatable using a pacemaker.

Lupus is a rare autoimmune disease that may affect almost every organ in the body. By the time the baby is 6-8 months old, the condition usually disappears and never returns.

Symptoms of lupus range from very mild to life-threatening.


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Friday, 30 November 2018

Pediatric diseases & Diagnosis


The following information lists some of the most common childhood illnesses and their approved treatments



Allergies & the Immune System:
The most common allergens include: Air Pollution and Asthma, Celiac Disease, Eczema, Food Allergies, Henoch-Schönlein Purpura (HSP), Hives (Urticaria), Psoriasis
No laboratory studies are needed for allergies if the patient has a straightforward history. When the history is confusing, various studies are helpful, including the following: Skin testing, Allergen-specific IgE, Nasal smear
A surgical intervention like Turbinectomies, Nasal polypectomy May be performed in some cases
Treatment of allergens can be done by Avoidance of allergens or environmental controls, Medications, Allergen-specific immunotherapy

Sleep Disorders:
The most common Sleep Disorders include: Night Terrors, Obstructive Sleep Apnea, Sleep Problems in Teens, Sleepwalking
Sleep experts use a variety of tools to make an accurate diagnosis of your child’s sleep problem: Sleep Diary, Sleepiness Scale, Sleep Study, Multiple Sleep Latency Test, and Blood Test
Medication is usually used sparingly like Behavioural therapies, Sleep hygiene

Sexual & Reproductive System Disorders:
The most common Sexual & Reproductive System Disorders include: Klinefelter Syndrome, Menstrual Problems, Miscarriages, Precocious Puberty, Testicular Torsion, Turner Syndrome, and Vaginal Yeast Infections

Learning Disorders:
The most common Learning Disorders include: ADHD, Autism, Neurocutaneous Syndromes
Some of the more common tests used in the diagnosis of a learning disability are Intelligence Tests, Achievement Tests, Visual-Motor Integration Tests, and Language Tests
Few ways how educators help children with specific learning disabilities are Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia, Dyspraxia

Bones & Muscles Disorders:
The most common Bones & Muscles Disorders include: Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Injuries, Becker Muscular Dystrophy, Blount Disease, CLOVES Syndrome, Cervical Kyphosis, Costochondritis, Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, Dwarfism, Fibromyalgia, Fibular Hemimelia, Ganglion Cysts, Guillain-Barré Syndrome
Some of the more common tests are the physical examination, blood tests, DNA tests, bone X-rays and a DEXA scan (dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry) - a test for measuring bone mineral density.
The treatment of rickets focuses on increasing the patient's intake of calcium, phosphates, and vitamin D, Exposure to sunlight, consuming fish oils. Exposure to UVB light and consuming calcium and phosphorus is usually enough.

Brain & Nervous System Disorders:
The most common Brain & Nervous System Disorders include: Abusive Head Trauma Asperger Syndrome, Bell's Palsy, Benign Rolandic Epilepsy, Brain Tumors, Brain and Nervous System Cancers, Burners and Stingers, Cerebral Palsy, Chiari Malformation, Childhood Absence Epilepsy (CAE)
Key Treatments: Brain Mapping, Cyberknife, Deep Brain Stimulation, Gamma Knife
Neurological tests to evaluate children may include: CT scan, Electroencephalogram (EEG), MRI, Electrodiagnostic tests, Positron emission tomography (PET) scan, Arteriogram, Cerebral spinal fluid analysis, Myelogram, Ultrasound (also called sonography, Neurosonography

Monday, 26 November 2018

Upcoming Conference

22nd World Congress on Pediatrics, Neonatology & Primary Care hosted by ME Conferences was held during November 12-13, 2018 at Dubai, UAE on the theme "Exploring Advancements in Pediatrics, Neonatal and Child Care"
The conference marked its start by an opening ceremony which included an introduction by the Honourable Guest:
Dr. Harish C Gugnani, FRC. Path., Retd. Professor, University of Delhi, India
We were overwhelmed by his generous response.
Pediatrics Neonatal Care 2018 Organizing Committee extends its gratitude and congratulates the Honourable Moderators of the conference, Dr. Abeer Mohi El-Din SalehInternational Medical Center Hospital, Egypt and Mrs. Farha Hijji, Clinical Resource Nurse, UAE for their preeminent contribution towards smooth functioning of this esteemed event.

We acknowledge the help of the Honourable Chair Dr. Richard Mupanemunda, University Hospitals Birmingham, UK and Co-Chair Dr. Klaus Martin BeckmannGriffith University, Australia whose support brought this event to its grand success.







Pediatrics Neonatal Care 2018 has taken the privilege of felicitating Keynote Speaker Dr. Stephanie Wellington, Nurturing MDs, USA whose attempts made the social occasion to move in the method for achievement. We were indebted by your presence.
We sincerely thank the Organizing Committee Members Dr. Kanav AnandSir Ganga Ram Hospital, India and Dr.Simone BattibugliThe Children’s Medical Centre, UAE for their gracious presence, support, and assistance towards the success of Pediatrics Neonatal Care 2018. 


The eminent personalities at the conference were
  • Dr. Ameya Ghanekar, Founder and Chief Learning Officer -Orange Zebra, UAE

  • Dr. Krishna Prasad Bista, President- Nepal Paediatric Society, Nepal
  • Dr. Sydney Engelberg, Hebrew University, Israel
  • Dr. Sadia Shakeel, Dow University of Health Sciences, Pakistan
  • and many more

Poster Presentation:
Pediatrics Neonatal Care 2018 gladly presents the Poster Award Competition Winner:
Sadia Shakeel, Dow University of Health Sciences, Pakistan
Last but not the least ME Conferences wishes to acknowledge with its deep sincere gratitude all the supporters from the Editorial Board Members of our Open Access Journals, Keynote speakers, Honourable guests, Valuable speakers, students, delegates and special thanks to the Media partners for their promotion to make this event a huge success.
We hope your favorable support will make next series 23rd World Congress on Pediatrics, Neonatology & Primary Care to be held during November 22-23, 2019 in Dubai, UAE one more grand success event.
Mark your calendars for the upcoming Conference; we are hopeful to see you soon!
If you are interested!
Call at:  1-201-380-5561 (Ext. No- 7014)

Friday, 23 November 2018

PEDIATRICS NEONATAL CARE 2019

About Conference


PEDIATRICS NEONATAL CARE 2019 typically incorporate lectures, paper and poster sessions, and panel discussions with prominent international experts and scholars.  We also feature product exhibitions, workshops, and student research competitions that generate networking opportunities for all attendees. 

The 2019 Conference is bringing together 50+ professionals from 23+ countries for the education, innovation and collaboration – all at one time, all in one place.

Choose from 20+ education sessions, 10+ exhibitors, and endless networking events.

Abstracts are welcome in all areas related to Pediatrics, Neonatology & Primary Care.

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Credits

Like previous conference, PEDIATRICS NEONATAL CARE 2019 CONGRESS is accredited by the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credits. The Certification enlightens professionals to authorize their expertise into a structured and established approach towards the hunger of knowledge.

Continuing Professional Development keeps you up to date on current and emerging developments.

Why to attend?

Sceintific Sessions, Workshops, Key note forums, Posters, lunch & learns–provide unique learning and career building opportunities that you just can’t find anywhere else.

Below you’ll find reasons why you should attend our conference and consider sending your employees to our conferences as well.


  • Presenting a paper
  • Networking for future collaborations
  • Strengthening and expanding the human network
  • Added Research Value
  • Specialty Exhibit Areas- Companies often have tools to display that we haven’t seen yet
  • Learning in a New Space
  • Break Out of Your Comfort Zone
  • The focus and energy of Like-Minded Individuals
  • The Serendipity of the Random Workshop
  • Lightning Sessions
  • Market Debuts

Conference Highlights



Special Issues


  •  All accepted abstracts will be published in respective Supporting International Journals.
  •  Abstracts will be provided with Digital Object Identifier by Cross Ref.

Friday, 12 October 2018

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Management of childhood arthritis

World Arthritis Day: 12 October




Arthritis can also affect children. A child complaining of occasional achy joints was dismissed as having “growing pains.” Now symptoms of joint pain, swelling, stiffness, illness may be early signals of a serious, inflammatory rheumatic disease.

Several rheumatic diseases affect children, who are too young to speak about what’s bothering them. It’s important to assume these symptoms are not temporary. Get a proper diagnosis from your pediatrician.

Common Signs of JA

Juvenile idiopathic arthritis is the most common type of juvenile arthritis. Juvenile arthritis is a disease in which there is swelling of the tissue that lines the inside of joints.
Children as young as two may be affected. In these diseases, a child’s immune system attacking her/his body instead, especially her joints.

Here are the common symptoms
Pain
Stiffness
Swelling
Fevers
Rashes
Weight loss
Eye problems

There are five types of juvenile arthritis:
Systemic arthritis
Oligoarthritis
Polyarthritis
Psoriatic arthritis
Enthesitis-related arthritis

Diagnosis can determine the cause of the symptoms and suggest treatments.

Although the exact cause is unknown of JIA it improves as a child gets older, meaning they can lead a normal life.


Throughout the world millions of people are affected by arthritis, their lives being changed by the sometimes-constant pain of inflamed joints

Join us for World Arthritis Day on October 12th to raise awareness about arthritis. Together, on World Arthritis Day, we can make a difference!



This year's theme for World Arthritis Day is 'It's in your hands, take action'.

November 12-13, 2018 | Dubai, UAE

Friday, 5 October 2018

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Cystic fibrosis (CF) is a life-threatening genetic disease. A child with CF has a faulty gene which affects the movement of sodium chloride in and out of certain cells.

The result is
·         Respiratory symptoms
·         Meconium ileus
·         Failure to thrive
·         Salty tasting skin
·         Lung infections
·         Constipation
·         Greasy and bulky stools
Caucasians have the highest inherited risk for Cystic fibrosis and Asian, Americans have the lowest. Recent high-tech medical advances in drug therapy and genetics are helping children born with CF lead more comfortable lives.
Diagnosis
Sweat tests are generally performed in a lab. A child must have a sodium chloride result of greater than 60 on two separate sweat tests to make the diagnosis of CF.
Several other tests of the routine care used to monitor a child's CF:
  • Chest X-rays
  • Blood tests to evaluate nutritional status
  • Bacterial studies
  • Pulmonary function tests (PFTs)
Kids with CF can take oral doses of pancreatic enzymes. They may occasionally need oral or inhaled antibiotics to treat lung infections and mucolytic medication to keep mucus fluid and flowing.
Now get insights into some of the recent advances in diagnosing and managing Cystic fibrosis presented by our humble and fabulous speaker🗣️  Dr. Abeer Mohi El-Din Saleh , Pediatric consultant 👩⚕️ from Egypt
Session timings:
Day 1 November 12, 2018
15:20-15:45
November 12-13, 2018 | Dubai, UAE