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15th World Conference on Infectious Diseases, Prevention and Control, will be organized around the theme “Together to eradicate the term infection!!!”
Infectious Diseases Conf 2020 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Infectious Diseases Conf 2020
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Contamination counterproductive action and control is required to keep the transmission of Infectious ailments in all social frameworks. These maladies are typically caused by microscopic organisms 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 uncontrollable operators suspended perceptible all around lastly, by such regular vehicles as water. Infection control and Counteractive action requests a basic comprehension of the study of disease transmission of maladies, by a little chance factors that expand quiet defencelessness to contamination, and the methodology where medicines that may bring about diseases.
- 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
Vaccine Development is a venture that focuses only on a variety of technological enterprise and applied research, which increase and promote improved systems and practices for vaccine safety. In the past year, the unpredictable Ebola disease outbreak impel research and industry response and as we continue to search for solutions, we must reviewed the lessons learned in order to overcome the current challenges. Vaccines development is a long, complex process, often lasting 10-15 years and requires a combination of public and private involvement. The current system for enlarging, testing, and regulating vaccines which developed during the 20th century as the groups are involved regulate their procedures and regulations.
- Track 2-1Vaccines: Current and novel approaches
- Track 2-2Next Generation Vaccines
- Track 2-3Infectious and Non infectious diseases Vaccines
- Track 2-4Cancer, Malaria & TB Vaccines
- Track 2-5Vaccine Regulation and its Safety & Efficacy
- Track 2-6Pregnancy & Neonantal Vaccines
AMR is said to be the ability of a microbe to withstand the effects of medication that once might successfully treat the microbe. The word antibiotic resistance (AR or ABR) is a detachment of AMR, as it relates only to the bacteria becoming resistant to antibiotics. Resistant microbes are more problematic to treat, requiring alternative medications or higher doses of antimicrobials. These methodologies may be more expensive, higher toxicity risk or both. Microbes resistant to numerous antimicrobials are called multidrug resistant (MDR). The classes of drug resistance are extensively drug-resistant (XDR) and totally drug- resistant (TDR).
- Track 3-1Heteroresistance in multidrug-resistant Gram-negative pathogens
- Track 3-2Bacterial strain - Superbugs
- Track 3-3Drug resistant monitoring programs(MRSA,VRSA,ESBL,VRA,MRAB)
- Track 3-4Mechanism of bacteria exhibiting drug resistance
- Track 3-5Global action plan and awareness
- Track 3-6Cause and Control
Neurological infections are the disorders which are observed in the Brain. Viral and immune-mediated disorders of the nervous system are the most challenging neurological infections. The most common neurological disorders are multiple sclerosis and HIV. In spite of noteworthy advancements in the treatment of this kind, central nervous system (CNS) infections still remain a major challenge. They are frequently difficult to diagnose, and treatments are either insufficient or non-existent. Infections can be categorized as acute or chronic. In aspects of the nervous system is categorized to meningitis or the brain substance itself (encephalitis), or both of them (meningoencephalitis). Some infections that trigger an inflammatory reaction that causes neurological damage independently with the infection. In some inflammatory conditions, new issues may arise which might be related to the disease and infect and lowers the activity of CNS gradually.
- Track 4-1Emergence of New Infections
- Track 4-2Increase in Opportunistic Infections
- Track 4-3Lack of Treatments of Neuroinfectious Diseases
- Track 4-4Control Strategies
- Track 4-5Undiagnosed CNS Infections
Facilitating innovation and access to health technologies remains a key strategy in combating infectious diseases in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). However, a gulf between paying markets and the endemicity of such diseases has funded to the dearth of R&D in summit these public health needs. While the pharmaceutical industry views evolving economies as capable new markets, most of the world’s poorest bottom billion now resides in middle-income countries a fact that has complicated tiered access provisions. Residing, product expansion partnerships specifically those including academic organisations and small corporations find marketable prospects in pursuing even ignored infections and a developing pharmaceutical sector in BRICS countries offers hope for a native base of innovation.
- Track 5-1Automation and artificial intelligence in nosocomial infection prevention
- Track 5-2Automation in hand hygiene surveillance and improvement
- Track 5-3Computer vision monitoring of infection prevention practices
- Track 5-4Cheminformatics and complex network analyses: new horizons in infection epidemiology and drug discovery
- Track 5-5Application of artificial intelligence in betterment of empiric antibiotic treatment
One of the commonly seen bacterial infections is tuberculosis with the utmost risk factor, affected by Mycobacterium tuberculosis bacteria, which kills about 1.5 to2 million people a year, frequently in sub-saharan Africa. Pathogenic bacteria subsidize to other globally important diseases, which include pneumonia and foodborne illnesses. Pathogenic bacteria can also be the reason for the infections like tetanus, typhoid fever, diphtheria, syphilis, and leprosy. Pathogenic bacteria are also the reason of high infant mortality rates in developing countries.
- Track 6-1Focus on streptococcal infections : Streptococcus pneumonia, Group A & Group B Streptococcus
- Track 6-2Infections in specific tissue
- Track 6-3Mechanisms of damage
- Track 6-4Genetic transformations acquired by bacteria
- Track 6-5Pathogenic viruses and parasitic infections
Micro-organisms can cause infection in human blood and diseases are known as blood borne pathogens. The most common and dangerous germs spread through blood within the hospital are viral hepatitis B and hepatitis c virus. These viruses cause infections and liver injury. This virus causes AIDS. Organisms such as bacteria, viruses, prions, and parasites will be transmitted through blood transfusions.
- Track 7-1Septicemia
- Track 7-2Rare blood infections
- Track 7-3Types of bacteria in blood
Gastrointestinal and Urinary Tract contaminations are viral, bacterial or parasitic diseases. Gastrointestinal Infection causes gastroenteritis, an irritation of the gastrointestinal tract including both the stomach and the small digestive tract .Gastrointestinal contaminations can be brought about by an extensive number of microorganisms, including Adenovirus, Campylobacter, Clostridium difficile, Escherichia coli and Urinary Tract Infection characterizes that your bladder and kidneys and the cylinders that interface them. At the point when germs get into the body they can cause a contamination. The greater part of the urinary tract contaminations (UTIs) are bladder diseases.
- Track 8-1Pyelonephritis
- Track 8-2Microbial transmission
- Track 8-3Urethritis
- Track 8-4Pathophysiology
- Track 8-5Cystitis
In commonly spreading, infectious diseases are more frequent and serious in patients with diabetes mellitus, which naturally increases their morbimortality. The superior incidence of infections in diabetic patients is caused by the hyperglycaemic environment that favour’s immune dysfunction, micro- and macro-angiopathies, neuropathy negotiate the antibacterial activity of urine, gastrointestinal and urinary dysmotility, and increase the chances of medical complications in these patients.
- Track 9-1Diabetic foot ulcer
- Track 9-2Pathophysiology of diabetic infections
- Track 9-3Antibiotics used in diabetic infections
- Track 9-4Diabetes risk awareness and prevention habits
The class of infections caused in the tract involved in the respiration process, starting from the nose including the respiratory organs there are many sorts of infections which are further categorised into, Upper respiratory tract infections, i.e. Nasal obstruction, sore throat, tonsillitis, pharyngitis, laryngitis, sinusitis, otitis media, and the cold sores are commonly seen and Lower respiratory tract infections, i.e. bronchitis and edema are commonly seen. Air pollution may be one of the common causes for many of the respiratory tract infections. These may be life threatening infections in acute conditions.
- Track 10-1Influenza (A & B)
- Track 10-2Bronchitis ( Epidemiology, Aetiology, Treatment, Prevention)
- Track 10-3Ophthalmology
By the development of metabolic and infection imaging it has been routine process, as it shows the accurate and most valuable information of the infection site, type and resistance, which interne helps in treating efficiently, with the known cause and specificity. But in direct identification of infection in the body without any externally observed abnormality. But by using the cross sectional imaging technique and imaging the sedimentation of radioisotopes that have been settled into white blood cells or glucose. Biologic imaging is useful in discovering the anatomic sites where there is inflammation or high metabolic demand. However, a drawback of biologic imaging is that it is not specific for infection.
- Track 11-1Diagnostic imaging: Nuclear medicine, CT scan, Ultrasound, MRI, Tomography Radiography
- Track 11-2Scanning electron microscopy (SEM), Scanning tunnelling microscopy(STM), Atomic force microscopy(AFM), Super resolution microscopy(SRM)
- Track 11-3Imagining novel anti-Staphylococcal treatment techniques by intravital microscopy
- Track 11-4FISH for microbial structures
Fifth disease is a mellow rash infection produce by parvovirus B19. This disease is also called as erythema infectiosum. It is mostly common in children than adults. A person commonly gets sick with fifth disease within four to 14 days after getting infected with parvovirus B19. The major symptoms of fifth disease are usually mellow and may involve fever, running nose, and headache. This disease is contagious because the rash is due to an immune system reaction that happens after the infection has passed. Anyone with fifth disease is most communicable before the rash appears. This disease is caused by a virus, so it can't be treated with antibiotics. In most cases, it is a mild illness that clears up on its own and no medicine is needed.
- Track 12-1Human parvovirus
- Track 12-2Diagnosis and treatment
- Track 12-3Fifth Disease & Pregnancy
A bacterial infection is a rapid growth of a harmful strain of bacteria on or inside the body. Harmful bacteria can cause a few illnesses like pneumonia, meningitis, and food poisoning. Bacterial infections are one of the main causes of foodborne illness. Common symptoms include nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, fever, chills, fatigue and abdominal pain. Most of the sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are caused by harmful bacteria. Most of the times they are not related to any symptoms of the disease but still can cause significant damage to the reproductive system. Bacterial skin infections are generally caused by gram-positive strains of bacteria such as Streptococcus and Staphylococcus. Some of the bacterial infections include boils, impetigo, and folliculitis. Viruses are like hijackers. This can slaughter, damage, or change the cells and make sick. Different viruses attack certain cells in the body such as the liver, respiratory system, or blood.
- Track 13-1Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs)
- Track 13-2Dental and Oral Infections
- Track 13-3Gram-positive strains
- Track 13-4Common cold
Pediatric infectious diseases are the category of transmittable diseases which are caused in children less than 8 years of age. Paediatrician deal with the infections occurring in children and the treatment method fluctuates from children to adults. The commonly categorised disorders are Pneumonia- diagnosed in nearly 2% of infants < 1 year and in 4% of children aged 1 to 5 years. It is estimated that 90% of Pediatric pneumonia are caused by viral agents. Other infections also include Otitis Media which is caused in children who live with the adults who smoke.
- Track 14-1Campylobacteriosis
- Track 14-2Scarlet fever
- Track 14-3Shigellosis
- Track 14-4Osteomyelitis
- Track 14-5Chickenpox
- Track 14-6Streptococcal pharyngitis
Infectious diseases of livestock are globally a major threat to animal health and welfare and their proper control is important for agronomic health, for protecting and national and international food supplies and for mitigating rural poverty in developing countries. Animal diseases constitute an important threat to human health since the rise of human diseases is dominated by zoonotic pathogens. Zoonotic contaminants that are transmissible either directly or indirectly between animals and humans are on the expansion or posture noteworthy threats to human health and the present pandemic status of new influenza A (H1N1) is a typical case of the test displayed by zoonotic infections. Veterinary scientists commonly combine with epidemiologists.
- Track 15-1Parasitic diseases in animals
- Track 15-2Diseases causing microbes in animals
- Track 15-3Clostridial diseases
- Track 15-4African swine fever
- Track 15-5Rabies