Theme: â€œRecent Advances and Innovations in Reproductive Healthâ€
REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH 2021
Organizing prominence conferences has been at the heart of ME Conferences. We warmly welcome you to join our “6th International Conference on Reproductive Health, Embryology and Fertility” webinar scheduled on August 31, 2021 which will be focusing on the theme “Recent Advances and Innovations in Reproductive Health”. We deliver more just superbly run meetings. “Reproductive Health 2021” is a marvelous platform to meet researchers, experts, associate professors, scholars and many more and it also a great platform for research works, poster presentations, oral talks, keynote presentations and discussions.
Submit your abstracts on or before 26th July 2021. Participators are welcome to select a topic from their relevant stream and proceed with the abstract submission. After the completion of whole event, accepted abstracts will be publishes in our supporting journals.
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Reproductive Health 2021 is an international platform to discuss about the innovative and advanced researches and developments in Gynecology. It is a marvelous permit to meet prominent personalities and learn the most recent technologies & researches.
Why to Attend?
Reproductive Health 2021 is the platform where you can conflict experts and authorities from around the world. It’s your time to grab the opportunity to join a group of Speakers, Discussion, and Exhibitor, Young researcher talk, Delegate, Poster, Networking and extra benefits. Reproductive health, Embryology and Fertility congress aims to congregate academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their researches and experiences on all the aspects of Gynecology. Gynecology Conference provides premier multidisciplinary information for researches, practitioners and scholars to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends and researches and discuss the solutions of reproductive Diseases.
- Obstetrics and Gynecologists
- Gynecological Oncologists
- Infertility specialists
- Specialists in IVF
- Gynecological Pathologists
- Upcoming Researchers
- Clinical Toxicologists
- Heads of the Obstetrics & Gynecology Departments
- Endoscopic Surgeons
- Students of Medicine Disciplines
- Directors of Maternity Hospitals
- Health care systems and Hospitals
- Radiographers and Sonographer
- Obstetrics Community
- Health Care Professionals, Healthcare Administrator
Track 1: Reproductive Medicine
Reproductive medicine is a branch of medicine that study intensively in fertility preservation, diagnosing and treating infertility, and other reproductive complications. Reproductive medicine also deals with the issues of related menopause, puberty, contraception birth control, and also certain sexual problems. Types of assisted reproductive technology are invitro fertilization includes the invitro fertilization which is approximately new technology that's been in use for about three decades & intrauterine pollination where egg is fertilized by intraauterine insemination in inside a woman's uterus.
- Intrafallopian supply.
- Intracytoplasmic sperm injection.
Track 2: Female/Male Genital Mutilation
Male circumcision is admitted largely unconsented genital surgery that brings potential health risks, female genital mutilation has such a long list of acute and long term problems that female genital mutilation to a total different status where risks and proper considerations are concerned. Female genital mutilation is not confined to clitoridectomy Type III infibulation involves removal of a part of all the foreign genitalia the clitoris, labia majora and labia minora with stitching of the labia majora and labia minora or to narrow of the vaginal opening.
Track 3: Reproductive Health Diseases
Reproductive system diseases are any of the disorders and diseases that affect the reproductive system in humans. And they include irregular hormone production by the ovaries or the testes and other endocrine glands, such as the thyroid, pituitary, or adrenals.
- Uterine fibroids
- Gynaecologic cancer
- Interstitial cystitis
Track 4: Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)
PCOS is a hormonal disorder causing expanded ovaries with small cysts on outer edges. The cause of the poly cystic ovary syndrome is not well understood but may involve a combination of the genetic and environmental factors. Symptoms include the menstrual irregularity excess hair growth, obesity, and acne. Treatments include the birth control pills to the regularize periods, medication is called metformin to prevent diabetes, stains to control the high cholesterol, hormones to the increase fertility and procedures to remove exuberance hair.
Pregnancy related or gestational bosom malignancy is characterized as bosom disease analyzed during pregnancy and as long as a year after labor or during lactation. The condition has a revealed event of 2.4 to 7.3 per 100,000 pregnancies in populace based investigations. Side effects includes a protuberance in the bosom is the most widely recognized introducing indication for pregnancy-related bosom malignant growth. More uncommon indications incorporate skin redness, areola withdrawal and areola release. As these can emulate pregnancy-related bosom changes or mastitis, indications, for example, another protuberance in the bosom ought to be painstakingly examined to guarantee that harm isn't missed.
Ultrasound documentation of a live undeveloped organism at 8 to 10 weeks of incubation or of a reasonable embryo at 10 to 12 weeks of development is related with an endurance pace of 98% in the general obstetrical populace (1, 2). Numerous clinicians utilize these equivalent consoling insights to advise pregnant ladies with a background marked by RPL when they most usually present for ultrasonography, at 6 to 8 gestational weeks.
Track 7: Urologic and Gynaecologic Oncology
The expanding propensity to a custom-made treatment in gynecologic oncology has required the augmentation of the mediation to other non-gynecological constructions, as the urinary region. Besides the job of the urological medical procedure in gynecologic oncology is as yet not totally investigated. The goal of the investigation is to assess the event of urological systems in gynecologic oncology medical procedure.
Track 8: Gynaecology & Obstetrics
Gynecology is one of the fields of the medical practices which mainly deal with the study of the health of the female reproductive system and it also deals with the study of the diseases and routine physical care which are related to the female reproductive system. Obstetrics is a field of science which mainly deals with the study which mainly concentrated on the childbirth, pregnancy and postpartum period.
- Gynecologic oncology
- Reproductive endocrinology and infertility
The infections which are passed from one person to another person through sexual contact is known as sexually transmitted diseases. Sexually transmitted are also known as sexually transmitted infections. The main contact which usually causes sexually transmitted diseases are oral, vagina and anal sex but they also can transmit through other intimate physical contact.
- Pelvic inflammatory disease
- Genital warts and human papillomavirus
- Human immunodeficiency virus
Track 10: Maternal Health and Adolescent Health
Maternal health mainly deals with the study of the health of the women during childbirth, pregnancy and the postpartum period and it also compasses the healthcare dimensions of preconception, family planning, prenatal and postnatal care. Adolescent health mainly deals with the study of the range of the approaches to preventing, treating and detecting the young people’s health and well-being. It is also called as youth health.
- Poverty and access to healthcare
- Oral hygiene
- Race and ethnicity
Track 11: Problems during pregnancy
During pregnancy health related complications are mostly observed in women. These complications can affect the health of both mother and baby. Some health problems are seen during pregnancy while some are found before they become pregnant which eventually becomes very complicated. Therefore, it is very important to take care of women health both before and during pregnancy to reduce the risk of pregnancy complications.
- Urinary tract infections
- Mental health conditions
- Diabetes during pregnancy
- Obesity and weight gain
- Hyperemesis gravidarum
Track 12: Midwifery and Women Health
Midwifery is a branch of health profession that deals with sexual, reproductive health of women, pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period. Midwifery is a medical profession in many countries. Midwifery professional is known as midwife. A review found that midwifery-led care was accompanied with a decrease in the use of epidurals, with rarer episiotomies or instrumental births, and reduced risk of losing the baby before 24 weeks' gestation.
- Postpartum period
- Care for the new-born
Track 13: Reproductive System Disorders
Reproductive diseases are the diseases that affect the reproductive system. These reproductive diseases could be infections, congenital abnormalities, cancers, functional problems. Some of the most commonly observed reproductive problems in women are:
- Uterine fibroids
- Gynecologic cancer
- Interstitial cystitis
- Polycystic ovary syndrome
- Sexually transmitted diseases
Track 14: Gynecological Oncology
Gynecologic oncology is a branch of medicine that mainly emphases on cancers of the female reproductive system. This deals with ovarian cancer, uterine cancer, vaginal cancer, cervical cancer, and vulvar cancer. According to a report it was observed that every year 80,000 women are getting diagnosed with gynecologic cancer. Treating gynaecological cancers may prolong the lives of women with ovarian cancer. Gynecological cancers are posing threats to fertility in younger patients. The progression of cancer can be stopped by having a combination therapy that is a mix of surgical and non-surgical interventions. Some Risk factors are:
- Genetic mutations
- Human papilloma Virus
Track 15: Female Genital Mutilation
Female genital cutting and female circumcision also known as Female genital mutilation (FGM) are procedures which involves cutting or complete removal of some or all of the external female genitalia. It was estimated that 200 million women have undergone the procedures in some countries. FGM is performed on women of all ages. These procedures involve removal of the clitoral hood and clitoral glans, removal of the inner labia, removal of the inner and outer labia and closure of the vulva. It was started and performed by women, who see it as a source of honour, and who fear that failing to undergo the procedure will expose the girls to social exclusion.
- Excessive bleeding (haemorrhage)
- Genital tissue swelling
- Urinary problems
- Wound healing problems
- Injury to surrounding genital tissue
- Reproductive Medicine
- Female/Male Genital Mutilation
- Reproductive Health Diseases
- Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)
- Breast Cancer during Pregnancy: Challenge
- Reproductive Endocrinology and Immunology
- Urologic and Gynaecologic Oncology
- Gynaecology & Obstetrics
- Sexually Transmitted Diseases: Prevention, Diagnosis & Treatment
- Maternal Health and Adolescent Health
- Problems During Pregnancy
- Midwifery and Women Health
- Reproductive System Disorders
- Gynecological Oncology
- Female Genital Mutilation
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