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4th International Conference on Infectious Diseases: Control and Prevention , will be organized around the theme “To Safeguard Public Health”
Infection Control 2019 is comprised of 21 tracks and 132 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Infection Control 2019.
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Contamination counteractive action and control is required to keep the transmission of Infectious Ailments in all social insurance frameworks. These maladies are typically caused by microscopic organisms or infections and can be spread by human to human contact, creature to human contact, human contact with a contaminated surface, airborne transmission through little beads of irresistible operators suspended noticeable all around lastly, by such regular vehicles as water or sustenance. Infection control and Counteractive action requests a fundamental comprehension of the study of disease transmission of maladies, chance factors that expansion quiet defencelessness to contamination, and the practices, methodology and medicines that may bring about diseases. Late systems have demonstrated that there is no illness that can't be dealt with.
- Track 1-1Hospital Acquired Infections
- Track 1-2Patient Safety
- Track 1-3Hand Hygiene
- Track 1-4PPE(Personal Protective Equipment)
- Track 1-5Injection Safety
- Track 1-6Antibiotics and Antivirals
An Infectious malady whose event has expanded in the previous years or a reason to increment is named as developing. These maladies incorporate new diseases, beforehand unrecognized contaminations and old contaminations returning because of antimicrobial protection, general medical problems and unhygienic conditions. Human irresistible specialists develop and seem assignable to connection of different propelled factors between the host and pathogen each determined by the prerequisite to secure the achievement of the species in dynamical situations. Adjustment by one accomplice to exploit new situations can commonly animate the inverse to change its highlights to require favourable position of the change. Methicillin-ResistantStaphylococcus aureus, Atomic Epidemiology, New or Rapid Diagnostics, Testing/Quality Assurance, Host and Microbial Genetics, Antibody Preventable Diseases, New Vaccines.
- Track 2-1Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus
- Track 2-2Specific Mechanisms
- Track 2-3Immunization
- Track 2-4Molecular Epidemiology
- Track 2-5Sewage Treatment and Disposal
- Track 2-6Host and Microbial Genetics
Early diagnosis of influenza viral infections are critical for rapid initiation of antiviral therapy to reduce influenza related morbidity and mortality both during seasonal epidemics and pandemics. Several different approaches are currently available for diagnosis of influenza infections in humans. These include viral isolation in cell culture, immunofluorescence assays, nucleic acid amplification tests, immune chromatography-based rapid diagnostic tests, etc. Newer diagnostic approaches are being developed to overcome the limitations associated with some of the conventional detection methods. The rapid flu swab test is a relatively fast and accurate method for diagnosing influenza.
- Track 3-1Influenza Pandemic
- Track 3-2Anti-influenza drugs
- Track 3-3Influenza Virus
- Track 3-4Stature of Influenza Vaccine
- Track 3-5Treatment and prevention from influenza
- Track 3-6Influenza Pathogenesis
- Track 3-7Influenza Epidemiology
Vaccine Development is an activity that focuses on a variety of technological initiatives and applied research, which enhance and promote improved systems and practices for vaccine safety. In the past year, the unprecedented Ebola disease outbreak galvanized research and industry response and as we continue to search for solutions, we must review the lessons learned in order to overcome the current challenges. Vaccines development is a long, complex process, often lasting 10-15 years and involving a combination of public and private involvement. The current system for developing, testing, and regulating vaccines developed during the 20th century as the groups involved standardized their procedures and regulations.
- Track 4-1Vaccines:current and novel approaches
- Track 4-2Next Generation Vaccines
- Track 4-3Infectious and Non infectious diseases Vaccines
- Track 4-4Cancer, Malaria & TB Vaccines
- Track 4-5Vaccine Regulation and its Safety & Efficacy
- Track 4-6Pregnancy & Neonantal Vaccines
Infectious diseases of animals are a major hazard to earthly animal health and welfare and their effective control is necessary for agronomic health, for defending and procuring national and international food supplies and for mitigating rural poverty in developing countries. Some catastrophic livestock diseases are regional in many parts of the world and threats from old and new pathogens continue to rise, with changes to worldwide climate, agricultural approaches and anthropology presenting conditions that are especially supportive for the spread of arthropod-borne diseases into new geographical fields. Zoonotic or phonetic infections that are transmissible either directly or indirectly between animals and humans are on the increase and pose serious additional risks to human health and the recent pandemic status of new influenza A (H1N1) is a topical illustration of the challenge presented by zoonotic viruses. Veterinary scientists often collaborate with Epidemiologists.
- Track 5-1Surgical Procedures
- Track 5-2Veterinary Medicine
- Track 5-3Veterinary Care & Management
- Track 5-4 Poultry diseases
- Track 5-5Chronic wasting disease
- Track 5-6Toxicology
- Track 5-7Rift valley fever
HIV/AIDS still remains one of the most critical health challenges in the face of the world. According to reports around 36.7 million people are living with HIV and an estimated 1.8 million new infections are recorded in year 2016. There are some certain ways through which HIV can spread from one person to another such as blood, semen, pre-seminal fluids, rectal fluids, vaginal fluids and breast milk. HIV transmission is only possible if these fluids come in contact with the mucous membrane or damaged tissue or are directly injected into the bloodstream. HIV can also transmit from a mother to her child during the time of pregnancy, childbirth or breastfeeding. Earlier, there were some cases of HIV transmission during organ or tissue transplant from a HIV infected person. HIV treatment involves taking medicines that are called antiretrovirals also known as ARV. These are always given in combination with other antiretrovirals. The therapy involved is called antiretroviral therapy also named as ART. Using ART drugs has significantly reduced the number of deaths related to AIDS.
- Track 6-1HIV Risk and Prevention
- Track 6-2HIV by Group
- Track 6-3Sexually transmitted diseases
- Track 6-4Evolution of STDs
- Track 6-5Preventing Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV
- Track 6-6Infertility and Birth Defects
- Track 6-7Vertical STD Transmission
Plant pathology (likewise phytopathology) is the logical investigation of sicknesses in plants caused by pathogens (irresistible creatures) and ecological conditions (physiological factors).Organisms that reason irresistible malady incorporate growths, oomycetes, microorganisms, infections, viroids, infection like life forms, phytoplasmas, protozoa, nematodes and parasitic plants. Excluded are ectoparasites like bugs, vertebrate, or different nuisances that influence plant wellbeing by utilization of plant tissues. Plant pathology additionally includes the investigation of pathogen recognizable proof, sickness etiology, ailment cycles, monetary effect, plant malady the study of disease transmission, plant ailment protection.
- Track 7-1Microbial pathogenesis
- Track 7-2Surgical Pathology
- Track 7-3Plant Pathology and Disease Control
- Track 7-4Anatomical pathology
- Track 7-5Cytopathology, Histopathology & Immunopathology
- Track 7-6Gastrointestinal Pathology & Infections
These infections are acquired due to development of favourable conditions in hospital environment, infected by a patient during a hospital visit or one developing among hospital staff. The types of microorganisms cause nosocomial infections contribute about 99,000 deaths each year according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Recent survey by hospitals reports, Gram-negative infections are estimated to account for two-thirds of the 25,000 deaths each year. Urinary tract infections, pneumonia, bloodstream, and other parts of the body are comes under these category. Most of the infections are difficult to attack with antibiotics, and Gram-negative bacteria resistant to antibiotic can infect people outside the hospital. The prevention and control of nosocomial infections sets new goals for the epidemiologists and infection control practitioners beyond the basics.
- Track 8-1Candida Albicans
- Track 8-2Staphylococcus Aureus
- Track 8-3Pseudomonas Aeruginosa
- Track 8-4Microbial Drug Resistance
- Track 8-5Surgical Wound Infection
- Track 8-6Control Strategies
Pediatrics is the field of medicine that is concerned about the well-being of neonatal, children, and adults. It also concerns on their development and advancement and their chance to accomplish maximum capacity as grown-ups. The Pediatric academy of America, prescribes that the children should be under pediatric care, up to the age of 21. The point of investigation of pediatrics is to decline the death rate of children and newborns, to control the spread of infectious diseases, for a long ailment free life. Infectious diseases, which annually claim about 14 million lives i.e. 25% of the more or less 56 million deaths recorded worldwide. The recent trends of pediatrics have achieved exceptional advances in reductions in childhood mortality. The global challenge of preventing HBV in children has shown that the deadliest infectious diseases can be prevented by acquiring proper awareness.
- Track 9-1Perinatal HIV and Breast Feeding
- Track 9-2Neonatal and Congenital Infections
- Track 9-3Parasitic infections
- Track 9-4Urinary tract infections
- Track 9-5General Pediatrics
- Track 9-6Pediatric Critical care and Emergency medicine
Bacteriology and Infectious Diseases rely upon examination of Bacterial Ecology, Bacterial Infection, Pathogenic Bacteria, Bacterial toxins, Bacterial genomics, Salmonella, Bacterial Diseases, immunology, bacteriology, mycology, virology, parasitology, Parasitic Worms, Anthrax, Biological weapons, Leprosy, pathology, and pathophysiology of the causative specialists of infectious diseases. It likewise serve to give bits of knowledge into until now unexplored domains of clinical microbiology and infectious diseases, for example, improvement of multi-medicate protection (MDR), advancement of novel antibodies and anti-toxins to neutralize the impacts of MDR, variety of contamination and illness dissemination mapping. It also provides novel discoveries on the ecology, biochemistry and genetics of pathogenic bacteria, viruses, fungus and other infectious parasites. Contemporary findings pertaining to the development of highly advanced diagnostic and therapeutic methods against infectious diseases viz. malaria, influenza, tuberculosis, leprosy, whooping cough, polio, Hepatitis-A, HIV/AIDS.
- Track 10-1Bacterial pathogenesis
- Track 10-2Antibiotic Resistance
- Track 10-3Bacterial vaginosis
- Track 10-4Food Poisoning Bacteria
- Track 10-5Naturopathy for Bacterial Infections
- Track 10-6Bacterial Infections
- Track 10-7Toxicity of antibiotics
Disinfection and Sterilization are the most common decontamination process, where the disinfection is used to eliminate or reduces the harmful pathogens from the objects or surfaces, and sterilization is process of killing the microbes, spores and harmful pathogens. Disinfectant types includes, air disinfectants, alcohols, aldehydes, oxidizing agents, and phenolic are used to decontaminate the surfaces and, sterilizations types includes steam, heat, chemical sterilization, radiation sterilization, and sterile filtration are used for food, medicine and surgical instruments. Most of adherence to strict recommendation of these methods can reduce the infections associated with contaminated items of patients or food processing.
- Track 11-1Emerging Pathogens
- Track 11-2New Sterilization Processes
- Track 11-3Bloodborne Pathogens
- Track 11-4Disinfection and Sterilization Practices
- Track 11-5Mucous Membrane
- Track 11-6Endoscopes
- Track 11-7UV Disinfection Systems
The greater part as a relatable point routes from claiming transmission for hepatitis infections are blood transfusions also blood results utilizing unscreened blood (in the vast majority created nations blood need been screened since regarding 1990). Medicinal or dental intercessions without sufficient disinfection for supplies. Mothball will, hepatitis C). Needle stick harm done social insurance settings. Imparting gear for injecting baby throughout labour (very basic for hepatitis B; Lesquerella as a relatable point previously pills. Offering razors, toothbrushes alternately other family articles. Tattooing also muscle to piercing if finished utilizing unsterilized supplies. On account from claiming hepatitis B, contamination camwood also happen through hosting unprotected sex for a contaminated man. Though you believe you might need been toward danger starting with possibly hepatitis B or C, it may be essential on get tried. A particular test may be needed to every.
- Track 12-1Hepatitis A,B,C,D & E
- Track 12-2Autoimmune hepatitis
- Track 12-3Viral Hepatitis
- Track 12-4 Co-infection (HCV/HIV)
- Track 12-5Hepato-Biliary Diseases
- Track 12-6Advances in Hepatitis testing
Contamination control nurture is a medical caretaker that spends significant time in keeping the spread of irresistible specialists, for example, infections and microscopic organisms. As contamination control nurture, you will take part in counteracting risky flare-ups and pestilences. Contamination control medical attendants ought to show a great tender loving care and powerful relational abilities. They will frequently need to perform obligations, for example, showing others how to avert and contain episodes and plagues and also work with government organizations to contain these occurrences. The essential obligation of contamination control medical attendants is to keep the spread of irresistible operators. To do this, these attendants will frequently need to teach other therapeutic experts and regular citizens on contamination aversion procedures. This may incorporate advising others about how certain irresistible specialist spread, alongside how to shield themselves as well as other people from defilement.
- Track 13-1Critical Care and Emergency Nursing
- Track 13-2Cardiac Rehabilitation Nursing
- Track 13-3Managed Care Nursing
- Track 13-4Long-term Care Nursing
- Track 13-5Nutrition and Health
- Track 13-6Create sanitation plans
Dentistry touches every part of our lives, however, is usually underestimated. Your mouth is a window to the strength of your body. It can lead to deficiencies or general oral diseases. Despite whether you are 80 or 8, your oral prosperity is important. Diseases that affect the entire body, may first start up normally and will be unnoticed because of mouth wounds or other oral issues. Presently patients can make use of the advances in Clinical dentistry and dental practices can benefit by the opportunity to propel their business a forward way. Infections in oral health care settings can be controlled by following the procedures and precautions are taken to prevent spreading of infectious diseases. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, special recommendations need to be followed in dental offices including, cleaned and decontaminated surfaces, cleaned and sterilized dental items must be used in between patients, usage of appropriate protective garb (gloves, gowns, masks, and eyewear) and, most of the transmission of infectious diseases such hepatitis B, hepatitis C, and HIV can be controlled in the dental offices.
- Track 14-1Diagnosis and Prevention of Oral Disease
- Track 14-2Prosthodontics
- Track 14-3Oral and Dental Health
- Track 14-4Oral Medicine
- Track 14-5Diabetes and Periodontal disease
- Track 14-6Mouth Sores and Infections
Tuberculosis is a bacterial infection caused by a bacterium called mycobacterium tuberculosis which spread through the lymph nodes and blood stream to any organ in your body. It is most commonly found in the lungs which attack the lungs and it can also attack any part of the body such as the kidney, spine and brain. Tuberculosis is a deadly infectious disease caused by mycobacterium tuberculosis and it is transmitted through air via droplets through cough and sneeze. Most of the infections do not have symptoms and this condition is called as latent tuberculosis which should be treated immediately otherwise it leads to death. Tuberculosis mainly affects lungs and other parts of the body as well.
- Track 15-1Lung infection
- Track 15-2TB Clinical Trials
- Track 15-3Asthma & Pneumonia
- Track 15-4 COPD
- Track 15-5TB outbreaks and contact investigations
- Track 15-6Mycobacterial infections
The patient risk factors depend on the direct relationship between the age and susceptibility towards infections. Mostly these factors can be seen due to impaired immune function, anatomic, functional changes, and amount of exposure towards infection results in the elder patients reduces the quality of life during the infection and conditions are fatal. The range of serious risk factors commonly seen in elder patients with respiratory infections, hospital acquired infections or nosocomial infections, also the other factors particular cited in the patients with urinary tract infections, hepatitis and salmonellosis.
- Track 16-1Host Susceptibility
- Track 16-2Preventing Arrhythmias and Heart Disease
- Track 16-3Outcomes and Measures
- Track 16-4Surgical Site Infection
- Track 16-5Common Vehicle
- Track 16-6Pressure ulcers
Treatment of viral infections such as HIV involves patient care and moral support including antiretroviral therapy. Bacterial infections can be treated by administering antibiotics to the patients. Yeast infections can be primarily treated by sterilisation methods. Parasitic infections can be treated by antiparasitic drugs. Diseases such as cancer can be treated by chemotherapy. Recent techniques have proved that there is no disease that cannot be treated. Medical diagnosis is the process of determining which disease or condition explains a person's symptoms and signs. Laboratory tests may identify organisms directly (e.g., visually, using a microscope growing the organism in culture) or indirectly (e.g., identifying antibodies to the organism). General types of tests include microscopy, culture and immunologic tests (agglutination tests such as latex agglutination, enzyme immunoassays, western blot, precipitation tests and complement fixation tests) and nucleic acid/ non nucleic acid based identification methods. Sub types of diagnoses include clinical, laboratory, radiology, principal and admitting diagnosis. Advanced methods have been implemented to diagnose the infection in any part of the body. Examples include biomarkers/ elisa test/ chest x ray/ skin biopsy/ tympanometry and tympanocentesis.
- Track 17-1Laboratory tests
- Track 17-2Diarrheal Diseases
- Track 17-3Imaging scans
- Track 17-4Antifungals
- Track 17-5Organs Transplatantation Infection
- Track 17-6Measles, Mumps and Rubella
- Track 17-7Ebola & Zika Virus
Public awareness refers to the important role that community knowledge and enthusiasm has in building manageable societies. Delivering knowledge to remote communities requires strategies for effective communication regarding infections treatment and control and maintenance of good hygienic conditions by creating healthy environment and infection free world. The growing aging population, with associated rise in the incidence of chronic diseases have also led to an increased demand of infection control products. However, factors such as stringent regulatory requirements and the need to comply with them may restrain the growth of infection control market to a certain extent.
- Track 18-1Environmental Hygiene
- Track 18-2Notifying HAIs
- Track 18-3Biomedical Waste Management
- Track 18-4Spill & Linen Management
- Track 18-5Principles of Infection Control in the Residential Care setting
- Track 18-6Gloves
Infection control precautions are a set of standard recommendations for designed to reduce the risk of transmission of infectious agents from body fluids or environmental surfaces that contain infectious agents. Infection prevention and control uses a risk management approach to minimise or prevent the transmission of infection. The two-tiered approach of standard and transmission-based precautions provides a high level of protection to patients, healthcare workers and other people in healthcare settings. The use of standard precautions aims to minimise, and where possible, eliminate the risk of transmission of infection, particularly those caused by blood borne viruses.
- Track 19-1Infection Control in Clinical Practice
- Track 19-2Droplet Precautions
- Track 19-3Contact Precautions
- Track 19-4Transmission-Based Precautions
- Track 19-5Standard & Catheter Precautions
- Track 19-6Long-term Care Facilities
One of the prime effective ways in which we've got to protect ourselves from ill health is personal hygiene. This suggests wash your hands especially, however additionally your body. It means that being careful to not cough or sneeze on others, cleansing things that you simply bit if you're unwell, golf stroke things like tissues into a bin, associate degree victimisation protection after you may be in danger of catching an infection. People should know about guidelines and recommendations related to infection prevention. HAIs are currently one of the top ten leading causes of death in the United States. Healthcare professionals have an important role in HAI prevention. Infection control measures are a set of standard recommendations that can be used to reduce the risk of transmission of infectious agents from body fluids that contain infectious agents.
- Track 20-1Centers for Disease Control(CDC)
- Track 20-2Aseptic Technique
- Track 20-3Incident Monitoring
- Track 20-4Additional Precautions
- Track 20-5Tools and Equipment
- Track 20-6Preventing from Chain of Transmission
Any discussion of the business case for infection control (IC) must start by acknowledging that the single most important reason for IC is to prevent morbidity and mortality associated with nosocomial infections. Each year, hundreds and thousands of Americans suffer the consequences of nosocomial infections which can be ranging from the inconvenience of taking extra medications to death. Beyond the human cost is the important economic burden that these infections place on society, including not only the obvious increase in health care resource use but also indirect costs associated with the loss of productivity of patients and their caregivers.
- Track 21-1Infection Control and Biosafety Products
- Track 21-2Articulate Critical Business Strategie
- Track 21-3Develop Business Strategies
- Track 21-4High Impact Interventions
- Track 21-5Increasing Geriatric Population
- Track 21-6Architecture and Design