6th World Summit on Trauma, Critical Care and Reconstructive Surgery (CSE) A, Tokyo, 水曜日, 14. 8月 2019

6th World Summit on Trauma, Critical Care and Reconstructive Surgery
About ConferenceConference Series LLC Ltd  takes tremendous delight and feels hounered in welcoming the contributors over the globe to " 6th World Summit on Trauma Critical Care and Reconstructive Surgery " to be held on the August 14-15, 2019 in Tokyo Japan. Trauma Critical Care and Reconstructive Surgery - 2019 has been intended to address Trauma and Surgery related established researchers, doctors, surgeons, nurses to join supportability into Health care division and uncover the best procedures and medications to settle the seriously ill patients and enhancing the survival of injury casualties around the world with the knowledge of surgery. The fundamental subject of Trauma Critical Care and Reconstructive Surgery - 2019 is “Exploring Technological Advances in Trauma Critical Care and Reconstructive Surgery” We anticipate an energizing logical occasion in the beautiful city of Tokyo Japan. Target Audience: Directors, CEO’s of Organizations, Association, Association presidents and professionals, PhD Scholars, Noble laureates in Health Care and Medicine, Professors, Associate Professors and Assistant Professors, Graduates and Post Graduates and Research Institutes and members. Importance & Scope: The organizing committee is preparing up for an interesting and informative conference program including plenary lectures, congress, workshops on a variety of topics, poster presentations and various programs for participants from all over the world. Critical Care and surgery registries are potential information of part of the data required for reaching comprehensive public health surveillance of injuries and all aspects of Trauma and Surgery. This Conference collects, stores, and retrieves the data describing the etiological factors, diagnoses, treatment and clinical outcomes of individuals who meet specified case criteria. This meeting gives worldwide stage for current research on practical exposure techniques and guidelines for Trauma Care, Surgery and Medicine.  Sessions / TracksTrack 01: TraumaTrauma is defined as a physical injury or a wound to living tissue caused by an extrinsic agent. Trauma is the sixth leading cause of death worldwide, accounting for 10% of all mortalities. It should be noted that alcohol and drug abuse increase the rate of traumatic injuries by precipitating interpersonal violence, child and sexual abuse, and motor vehicle 02: Emergency MedicineTrauma Emergency Medicine is a developing idea that refers to an arrangement of proof based, incorporated clinical consideration exercises that are custom fitted to the individual patient. Sepsis or septicaemia is a condition in which your body is battling a serious disease and is the significant reason for mortality and morbidity in hospitalized patients. Therapeutic toxicologists in Emergency Medicine Conferences have practical experience in the anticipation; assessment, treatment, and checking of injury and disease from presentation to medications and chemicals, toxicology incorporate intense medication harming; unfavourable medication occasions, chemicals and dangerous materials; terrorism readiness; venomous bites and stings; and natural and work environment exposures. Emergency Medicine is a medical specialty to provide immediate medical assistance to patients in urgent need during acute illness, injuries, and accidents. Medical emergency always test the patience, perseverance and mental strength of a patient as well as the patient’s 03: Trauma in Nursing and MidwiferyNurse midwives (Certified Nurse-Midwife) do more than just deliveries. Certified nurse-midwifes provide health care and fitness care to women, which may include family planning, gynaecological check-ups, and during pregnancy care. Although their advance is somewhat different, certified nurse-midwife s in many ways offer related care to that of an OB/GYN doctor.  Perchance their most important job, however, is helping mothers birth their babies safely and naturally. They help patients manage their lab or monitor both the moms and babies during the delivery to ensure safety. In some cases, they work under the supervision or in collaboration with physicians during C-section 04: Trauma RecoveryTrauma Recovery is the primary goal for people who have experienced trauma, their families, and their care providers. Trauma Recovery does not necessarily mean complete freedom from post-traumatic affects. Trauma Recovery is an individual experience and will be and look different for everyone. In General Trauma Recovery is the ability to live in the present without being overwhelmed by the thoughts and feelings of the past. The guiding principles of trauma recovery are the restoration of safety and empowerment. Trauma Recovery does not necessarily mean complete freedom from post-traumatic affects but generally it is the ability to live in the present without being overwhelmed by the thoughts and feelings of the 05: Trauma and Injury ManagementInjury Management is a co-ordinated and managed process consisting of activities and procedures to facilitate a timely, safe, and durable return to work for injured workers.  It includes treatment of the injury, rehabilitation back to work, and management of the compensation claim.   Injury Management is based on the philosophy that many injured workers can safely perform productive work during their period of recovery and remaining connected to the workplace is a vital part of recovery. Trauma systems are an integrated and systematic structure designed to facilitate and coordinate a multidisciplinary system response to provide optimal care to injured patients from onset of injury through rehabilitation and return of ideal functioning Track 06: Emergency SurgeryThe overall authority for trauma care falls under the general surgery. Some general surgeons obtain advanced training in this field and specialty certification surgical critical care. General surgeons must be able to deal initially with almost any surgical emergency. And General surgeons  are the first harbour of call to critically ill or gravely injured patients, and must perform a variety of procedures to stabilize such patients, such as thoracotomy, cricothyroidotomy, compartment fasciotomies and emergency laparotomy or thoracotomy to stanch bleeding. They are also called upon to staff surgical intensive care units or trauma intensive care 07: Trauma DiagnosisTraumatic injuries are currently responsible for more than 120,000 deaths annually and are blamed for over 80% and 60% of teen and childhood deaths, respectively. More than 50 million injuries per year, meanwhile, are classified as traumatic, and half of them are very serious enough to require hospitalization. There are many different types of trauma and are classified according to the body parts that have been affected and the extent of the condition. Some of the most common ones are injuries to the brain, spine, abdomen, and chest. They may also be categorized as closed or penetrating. The injury is considered closed when the trauma happens inside the body. For instance, a traumatic brain injury can develop due blunt force trauma to the head. On the other hand, it’s considered as penetrating such as in the case of a stab wound with a knife or scissor. A trauma center is a special unit in health care facilities that is fully equipped to conduct a wide variety of tests including imaging using X-ray, CT scan, and PET scan and in handling different types of traumatic injuries, from brain to burns and 08: Post-Traumatic DisordersPost-Traumatic Disorders is a disorder that develops in some people who have experienced a shocking, scary, or dangerous event. It is natural to feel afraid during and after a traumatic situation. Fear triggers many split-second changes in the body to help defend against danger or to avoid it. Nearly everyone will experience a range of reactions after Post-Traumatic Disorders. People who have Post-Traumatic Disorders may feel stressed or frightened even when they are not in danger. Post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms may start within one month of a traumatic event, but sometimes symptoms may not appear until years after the event. Post-Traumatic Disorders symptoms are generally grouped into four types: intrusive memories, avoidance, negative changes in thinking and mood, and changes in physical and emotional reactions. Symptoms can vary over time or vary from person to person. Keeping in mind it is not the event that defines post traumatic growth but what is able to develop from within the person. Recovery is the primary goal for people who have experienced trauma, their families, and their care 09: Cosmetic Surgery and Plastic SurgeryPlastic surgery is procedures most often conducted for reconstructive or cosmetic purposes. Reconstructive plastic surgery is performed on abnormal structures of the body that are the result of congenital defects, developmental abnormalities, trauma, infection, tumours or disease. It is Plastic surgery achieve on children. At the same time reconstructive surgery is most regularly undertake to achieve normal motor function or avoid current or future health complications, aesthetics is also considered by the surgical team. The fundamentals of Cosmetic surgery are absolutely attracted on increase a patient’s presence. Improving aesthetic appeal, symmetry, and proportion are the key goals. Cosmetic surgery can be performed on all areas of the head, neck, and body. Because the treated areas function properly, cosmetic surgery is elective. Cosmetic surgery is adept by doctors from a variety of medical fields, including plastic 10: Emergency and Critical Care NursingEmergency Nurses treat patients in emergency situations where they’re experiencing trauma or injury. These nurses quickly recognize life-threatening problems and are trained to help solve them on the spot. They can work in hospital emergency rooms, ambulances, helicopters, urgent care centers, sports arenas, and more. Critical Care Nurses make sure all critically ill patients get optimal care for their illnesses and injuries. To do that, they use their specialized skills as well as their in-depth knowledge of the human body and the latest technology in the field. Most Critical Care Nurses work in hospitals, but they can work out of nursing homes, outpatient facilities and flight units, 11: General SurgeryGeneral surgeons not only perform surgeries for a wide range of common ailments, but are also responsible for patient care before, during, and after surgery.  This focus on the abdomen is not absolute, as general surgeons may specialize in a type of surgery, such as treating cancer or burns, that requires the surgeon to be able to perform procedures on multiple areas of the body General surgery tends to be a varied specialty, where the activities of a general surgeon involve time in the operating room, office, emergency department and the Intensive Care Unit. General surgical practice requires expertise in communication and collaboration, teaching and research, health care management and continuing professional development. General surgery is a discipline that requires knowledge of and responsibility for the preoperative, operative, and postoperative management of patients with a broad spectrum of diseases, including those which may require nonoperative, elective, or emergency surgical treatment. The breadth and depth of this knowledge may vary by disease 12: Critical Care in TraumaThe faculty in Trauma Critical Care is a multidisciplinary team of experts in the management of critically ill and injured patients. They are available 24 hours a day for the people with conditions such as ***** respiratory distress syndrome, necrotizing fasciitis, sepsis, and multiple organ failure, etc. Patients who require a high level of control and intervention either after trauma or during critical illness can benefit from Shock Trauma's critical careresources. The critical care faculty has prompt access to a wide array of sophisticated diagnostic and therapeutic equipment. Patient care areas are staffed by nurses with specialized training in critical 13: Emergency Medical ServicesEmergency Medical Services is most easily recognized when emergency vehicles or helicopters are seen responding to emergency incidents. But Emergency Medical Services is much more than a ride to the hospital. It is a system of coordinated response and emergency medical care, involving multiple people and agencies. A comprehensive Emergency Medical Services system is ready every day for every kind of emergency. Emergency Medical Services does not exist in isolation, but is integrated with other services and systems intended to maintain and enhance the community's health and safety. As seen in the graphic below, Emergency Medical Services operates at the crossroads between health care, public health and public 14: Reconstructive SurgeryReconstructive surgery covers a wide variety of procedures that are performed to help repair damaged tissue. Causes of tissue damage can range from birth defects or traumatic injuries to severe burns or disease. Breast reconstruction helps restore breasts to near their normal shape, appearance, symmetry and size following a mastectomy. Breast reconstruction can be done two ways: Implant-based reconstruction and flap reconstruction. Hand surgery can improve conditions that impair the hand, including carpal tunnel syndrome, rheumatoid arthritis and Dupuytren’s contracture. These surgeries can treat diseases that cause pain and impair strength, function and flexibility in the wrists and fingers. They can also correct some abnormalities that may have been present at 15: Advanced Trauma and SurgeryNew Technology in Trauma is technological advances in diagnostic tests that are found in hospitals are now poised to appear in primary care. Many of these advances have occurred because of the speed, size and range of devices that can provide accurate measurements of a wide range of biochemical, microbiological, and hematological parameters. Glucometers transformed the speed and ease of obtaining accurate blood glucose levels, and urine dipsticks removed the need for microscopy in many patients. Advances in electronics have also made in-roads into general practice, with cheap and generally accurate blood pressure devices now widely available both in the practice and at home.  Evidence-based medicine (EBM) is a form of medicine that aims to optimize decision-making by emphasizing the use of evidence from well designed and conducted research. The term was originally used to describe an approach to teaching the practice of medicine and improving decisions by individual physicians.
AGENDA 2018-------------------------------------2019 Upcoming Soon-------------------------------------Day 1 February 22, 2018Conference Hall @ Paris08:45-09:15 Registrations09:15-09:30 Opening CeremonyKeynote ForumIntroduction09:30-10:15Title: Post-emergency department adverse outcomes in medicare patients presenting withmusculoskeletal conditionsSusan Nedza, Northwestern University, USA10:15-11:00Title: Predictability of successful transarterial embolization in pelvic fracture bleeding basedon patient initial presentationCheng-Cheng Tung, Yuan Rung Hospital, TaiwanGroup Photo @ 11:00-11:05Networking and Refreshment Break 11:05-11:20 @ Le FoyerSymposium11:20-12:20 Title: Ultrasonography in Acute Care MedicineJulin F Tang, Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center, USASessions: Elderly Trauma and Critical Care | Paediatric Trauma | Obstetric Trauma | Emergency Medicineand Care | Biological Need of Trauma | Psychological TraumaSession Chair: Susan Nedza, Northwestern University, USASession Co-chair: Cheng-Cheng Tung, Yuan Rung Hospital, TaiwanSession Introduction @ 12:20-12:2512:25-12:55Title: Lidocaine plus Dexmedetomidine or Nitroglycerine for intravenous regional Anesthesiafor hand and forearm trauma surgeryOssama H Salman, South Valley University, EgyptLunch Break 12:55-13:55 @ Food and More13:55-14:25Title: Analysis of injury severity score in different seating position of coach collisions: Acase-control studyMahdi Asadi, Azad University of Medical Sciences, Iran14:25-14:55Title: Protocol of nursing care for early detection and prevention of pressure ulcer amongcritically ill patientsHend M El-Azazay, King Saud Bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences, KSA14:55-15:25Title: A cross-sectional survey of factors related to medication non-adherence among elderlypatients with diabetes in western ChinaMin Tan, Sichuan University, China15:25-15:55Title: Mindfulness, emotional intelligence and occupational burnout in intensive care nurses:A mediating effect modelXie Caixia, Sichuan University, ChinaNetworking & Refreshments Break 15:55-16:10 @ Le Foyer16:10- 16:40Title: Comorbidity of post-traumatic stress disorder and alcohol abuse in women: Systematic analysisNeringa Bagdonaite, Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania16:40-17:10 Title: Management of head injury in a neurosurgical unit in IndiaSandeep Inchanalkar, Life Line Trauma, Brain and Spine Centre, IndiaVideo Presentation17:10-17:25 Title: Traumatic brain injuryGibril Ceesay, Serrakunda Health Clinic, GambiaPanel DiscussionDay 2 February 23, 2018Conference Hall @ ParisKeynote Forum10:15-11:00Title: Relationship between work-related musculoskeletal disorders among intensive careunit nursesRasmieh N Anabtawi, Arab American University of Jenin, PalestineNetworking & Refreshments Break 11:00-11:15 @ Le Foyer11:15-12:00Title: Intraoperative application of transesophageal echocardiography in acute traumaresuscitation: A continuous monitoring toolJulin F Tang, Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center, USASessions: Blunt Trauma | Intensive Care in Trauma | Evolution in Emergency | Medicine Practice | TraumaTherapy | New Technology in Trauma | Nursing & MidwiferySession Chair: Julin F Tang, Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center, USASession Introduction @ 12:00-12:05Special Session12:05-13:00Title: Patterns of abdominal injuries resulting from shrapnel of the missiles: Cases admittedto Benghazi Medical CenterMohammed N Albaraesi, Libyan International Medical University, LibyaLunch Break 13:00-14:00 @ Food and MorePanel DiscussionPoster Presentations 14:00-14:30 @ Le FoyerTRMA-001Title: The effect of hospital based clinical practice of paramedic students on cardiopulmonaryresuscitation performance and recognition: A before and after studyTae Chang Jang, Daegu Catholic University, Republic of KoreaTRMA-002Title: The relationship between nursing students perceptions toward success and failurefactors and their academic performance: A descriptive correlational studyFaiza A Abou El-Soud, King Saud Bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences, KSATRMA-003Title: Impact of an educational session about gestational weight gain on Saudi pregnantwomen's knowledge and perceptionNagwa Abdel Fadeel A Afefy, King Saud Bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences, KSATRMA-004Title: An analysis of parental coping type in early childhood injury in Korea: Q methodologicalapproachHo-Ran Park, The Catholic University of Korea, Republic of KoreaTRMA-005Title: Estimations of a degree of steroid induced leukocytosis in critical care patients withacute infectionsTRMA-006Title: The outcome of continuous veno-venous hemofiltration vesus intermittent hemodialysison ***** traumatic intracranial hemorrhage with acute kidney injuryMin-Feng Tseng, National Defense Medical Center, TaiwanTRMA-007 Title: Post-traumatic growth among police officers: Systematic reviewEunsuk Choi, Kyungpook National University, Republic of KoreaTRMA-008Title: Airway control with supraglottic airway devices on manikins while using chemicalpersonal protective equipmentMostafa Somri, Bnai Zion Medical Center, IsraelPanel DiscussionAward & Closing Ceremony
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水曜日, 14. 8月 2019, Tokyo, 6th World Summit on Trauma, Critical Care and Reconstructive Surgery (CSE) A