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12th World Congress on Anesthesiology and Critical Care, will be organized around the theme “Exploring the new heights of excellence in Anesthesia and Critical Care”
Anesthesia Congress 2019 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Anesthesia Congress 2019
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To prevent the pain during dental procedures is the critical part for which dental professionals have been using variety of methods, from herbal remedies to local anesthetics and nitrous oxide to create a comfortable environment for the patient.
Lidocaine on of the most common local anesthetic which is used by doctors most of the times. Anesthesia which is used more in dentistry are: General Anesthesia and Local Anesthesia. Each will have their own different purpose.
Local Anesthesia used in dentistry are classified into two Topical Local Anesthesia and Injectable Local Anesthesia. Surgical tooth extractions which usually requires longer time for the anesthesia to work requires General anesthesia where the anesthesia will have a longer time of action.
- Track 1-1Buccal Infiltration
- Track 1-2Palatal infiltration
- Track 1-3Regional block techniques
- Track 1-4Transcutaneous electronic nerve stimulation
Medical care of the patients from the start to the end of the surgery is the focus of the perioperative medicine. Perioperative Medicine is a newly emerging field of medicine which will do the optimization of the patient’s health who are or planning to undergo a surgery. Perioperative medicine focuses on the following few topics Patient Care, Patient Education, Research. Patient Care creates an individualized “Risk Assessment” plan based on the patient’s condition and health issues. Patient Education will focus on the how to develop the patient adapt the situation during and after the surgery.
- Track 2-1Palliative Medicine
- Track 2-2Perioperative Patient Blood Management
- Track 2-3Perioperative fluid therapy
- Track 2-4Thoracic & Vascular Anesthesia
Spinal anesthesia technique also described as a technique of 4 P’s, Preparation, Position, Projection and Puncture. Spinal Anesthesia a type of neuraxial anesthesia which is injected into the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) to anesthetize the nerves that exit the spinal cord. Some common Local anesthesia used includes: Bupivacaine hydrochloride used to stabilize neuronal membrane and prevents the initiation and transmission of nerve impulses. Ropivacaine hydrochloride which is used to give both an aesthetic and analgesic effects. Spinal anesthesia is but the complication arises based on the techniques, which results in systemic toxicity.
- Track 3-1Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Track 3-2Endovascular aortic aneurysm repair
- Track 3-3Haemorrhoidectomy
- Track 3-4Epidural anesthesia
- Track 3-5Twilight anesthesia
Pediatric Anesthesia has shown a dramatic improvement both in clinical and scientifical disciplines. Such advancements in the Pediatrics anesthesia has resulted in significant reduction in morbidity and mortality in children. Scientific technology has brought about many Sophisticated monitoring and improvements in equipment which will support the recognition of physico psychological needs of children which has reduced the incidence of lasting psychological effects after hospitalization. Anesthesia Congress 2019 focus such topics which will bring changes in the field of Pediatric and Geriatric Anesthesia.
- Track 4-1Geriatric Anesthesia and Cardiovascular changes
- Track 4-2Children and Surgery
- Track 4-3Central Venous Catheters in Small Infants
- Track 4-4Obstructive sleep apnea syndrome
- Track 4-5Post thoracotomy care
- Track 4-6Myocardial innervation
- Track 5-1Ophthalmic surgery
- Track 5-2Veterinary Anesthesia Systems
- Track 5-3Met encephalon surgery
- Track 5-4Appendicular osteosarcoma surgery
- Track 5-5Cranial cruciate ligament surgery
- Track 6-1Anesthetic management for lung transplantation
- Track 6-2Goal-directed fluid management
- Track 6-3Anesthetic considerations specific to recipient pulmonary pathology
- Track 6-4Anesthesia in paediatric lung function
- Track 6-5Bronchoscopy
- Track 7-1Fundamentals of anesthesia
- Track 7-2Epidural anaesthesia
- Track 7-3Perioperative Nursing
- Track 7-4Management of malignant hyperthermia
- Track 8-1Opiate abuse and addiction
- Track 8-2Orofacial pain management
- Track 8-3Neuropathic pain management
- Track 8-4Directing the Pain
- Track 8-5 Regional anesthesia and pain medicine
- Track 8-6Painless aortic dissection
- Track 9-1Sleep Disturbance
- Track 9-2Neurasthenic Exhaustion
- Track 9-3Psychasthenia
- Track 9-4Psychasthenia
- Track 9-5Critical Care of Neurology
- Track 11-1Pharmacogenomics in anesthesia
- Track 11-2Pharmacogenetics and anesthetic drugs
- Track 11-3Pharmacogenetics and anesthesiologists
- Track 11-4cyp2d6 anesthesia and genetic testing for anesthesia
- Track 11-5p450 - openanesthesia
- Track 13-1Airway assessment in trauma
- Track 13-2Advanced management in intensive care
- Track 13-3Initial airway assessment
- Track 13-4Laryngeal mask airway
- Track 13-5Management of airway obstruction