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10thEuro-Global Conference on Infectious Diseases, will be organized around the theme “Advancing in science and improving care to prevent the Infectious Diseases”
Euro Infectious Diseases 2018 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Euro Infectious Diseases 2018
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Viruses are like hijackers. They invade normal living cells and use those cells to multiply and produce other viruses like themselves. This can kill, damage, or change the cells and make sick. Different viruses attack certain cells in your body such as your liver, respiratory system, or blood.
- Track 1-1Viral molecular epidemiology
- Track 1-2Hemorrhagic Fevers and Acute Viral Infections
- Track 1-3Zoonotic viral diseases
- Track 1-4Influenza
- Track 1-5Respiratory viruses
- Track 1-6Marburg virus
- Track 1-7Rabies
- Track 1-8Smallpox
- Track 1-9Hantavirus
- Track 1-10Rotavirus
- Track 1-11Viral hepatitis
- Track 1-12Virology
- Track 1-13Ecology and Others
- Track 1-14Pox Disease
- Track 1-15Polio
- Track 1-16Measles, Mumps, and Rubella
- Track 1-17Urinary Tract Infections
Bacteria are microscopic single-celled organisms that live almost everywhere. Bacteria live in every climate and location on earth. Some are airborne while others live in water or soil. Bacteria live on and inside plants, animals, and people. The word "bacteria" has a negative connotation, but bacteria actually perform many vital functions for organisms and in the environment.
- Track 2-1Mycobacterial Infections
- Track 2-2Zoonotic Bacterial Diseases
- Track 2-3Tetanus
- Track 2-4Typhoid fever
- Track 2-5Cholera
- Track 2-6Plague
- Track 2-7Syphilis
- Track 2-8Gonorrhea
- Track 2-9Tuberculosis
- Track 2-10Pneumonia
- Track 2-11Anthrax
- Track 2-12Bacteremia & Endocarditis
- Track 2-13Respiratory infections
- Track 2-14Genital infections
- Track 2-15Bone & Joint Infections
- Track 2-16Central nervous system infections
- Track 2-17Ecology and Others
- Track 2-18Leprosy
Fungal Infectious diseases are often caused by fungi that are common in the environment. Most fungi are not dangerous, but some types can be harmful to health. Mild fungal skin diseases can look like a rash and are very common. Fungal diseases in the lungs are often similar to other illnesses such as the flu or tuberculosis. Some fungal infections like fungal meningitis and bloodstream infections are less common than skin and lung infections but can be deadly.
- Track 3-1Blastomycosis collapsed
- Track 3-2Fungal eye infections collapsed
- Track 3-3Histoplasmosis collapsed
- Track 3-4Mucormycosis collapsed
- Track 3-5Pneumocystis pneumonia (PCP) collapsed
- Track 3-6Ringworm collapsed
- Track 3-7Sporotrichosis collapsed
- Track 3-8Other pathogenic fungi
- Track 3-9Fungal disease epidemiology
- Track 3-10Antifungal drugs & treatment
- Track 3-11Antifungal resistance
- Track 3-12Susceptibility testing
- Track 3-13C.neoformans infection collapsed
The infectious disease epidemiology encompasses domestic and global work on the epidemiology of emerging and re-emerging infections, global infectious disease threats, disease surveillance, disease detection, development of vaccines and other prevention methods, clinical trials, and the role of infectious pathogens in the pathogenesis of chronic non-communicable diseases such as cancer and cardiovascular disease. The broad range to search the novel pathogens using advanced molecular techniques to longitudinal population based studies to define transmission dynamics and spectrum of disease and survival. Approaches are employed in an interdisciplinary fashion to define etiology, pathogenesis, transmission, and prevention/treatment potential.
- Track 4-1Chronic Diseases Epidemiology
- Track 4-2Clinical Epidemiology
- Track 4-3Genetic and Cancer Epidemiology
- Track 4-4Infectious Diseases Epidemiology
- Track 4-5Molecular Epidemiology
- Track 4-6Ebola and Zika
- Track 4-7Parasitic Diseases
Dermatology is the branch deals with the hair, nails and skin illness. Human skin goes about as an organic shield against professional oxidative synthetic and physical air toxins; the delayed presentation to large amounts of these contaminations may have significant negative impacts on the skin. Exposing the skin to air poisons has been connected with skin maturing and provocative or unfavorably susceptible skin conditions, for example, atopic dermatitis, dermatitis, psoriasis or skin break out, while skin growth is among the most genuine impacts. Air toxins in the environment can be hurtful to wellbeing, not everybody understands that indoor poisons can bring about extreme issue and different genuine medical problems also.
- Track 5-1Molluscum Contagiosum
- Track 5-2Erysipelastinea capitis
- Track 5-3Intertrigo
- Track 5-4Kaposi’s sarcoma
- Track 5-5Staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome
- Track 5-6Tinea corporsis
- Track 5-7Verruca plana
- Track 5-8Ecthyma gangrenosum
- Track 5-9Epidermodysplasia verruciformis
Neurological Infectious Disease occurs due to Viruses and microorganisms invade the body and infecting various organs and causing from mild disturbances to serious problems. Bacterial organisms are often to blame, but animal parasites and fungi can also cause infection. Neurological infections occur when these viruses and organisms invade the nervous system. There are some common Symptoms of neurological infectious Disease those are Pain, swelling, redness like impaired function and fever are the characteristics of neural infection. There may also be heat at the site of the infected area. In the case of some viral infections, drowsiness, confusion and convulsions may occur.
- Track 6-1Encephalitis
- Track 6-2Creutzfeld Jakob and other brain prion diseases
- Track 6-3Neurosarcoidosis
- Track 6-4Autoimmune encephalitis
- Track 6-5Neuro AIDS conditions : HIV Associated Neurocognitive Disorder, HIV associated neuropathy, Progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy, Cryptococcal meningitis, Cytomegalovirus encephalitis, Toxoplasma encephalitis, Neurosyphilis
- Track 6-6Infectious Diseases of Central Nervous System
- Track 6-7Neuro-epidemiological Infectious Disease
- Track 6-8Prion diseases
- Track 6-9Brain abscess
- Track 6-10Meningitis
- Track 6-11Cerebrovascular Diseases
Respiratory tract infection refers to a number of infectious diseases involving the respiratory tract. An infection of this type is normally further classified as an Upper respiratory tract infection (URI or URTI) or a lower respiratory tract infection (LRI or LRTI). Lower respiratory infections, such as pneumonia, can cause more serious conditions than upper respiratory infections, such as the common cold.
- Track 7-1H1N1
- Track 7-2Bacterial and Viral Infections
- Track 7-3Prevention challenges for respiratory diseases in community and healthcare settings
- Track 7-4Controlling such diseases
- Track 7-5Others
The Retina is a layer of tissue within back mass of your eye. It contains a large number of light-delicate cells and other nerve cells that get and compose visual data. Retinal degenerative issue, for example, Age-related macular degeneration and near sighted macular degeneration influencing youthful and old from numerous societies, races and ethnicities. Ocular oncology is a multidisciplinary topic which includes general oncologists, pediatric oncologists, specialist nurses, clinical scientists and many others. The most common malignancies include uveal and conjunctivitis melanoma, uveal metastasis, intraocular and conjunctiva lymphoma and conjunctiva carcinoma. Diagnosis is based on microscopy, ultrasonography, angiography, optical coherence tomography, auto fluorescence imaging and biopsy. The most common benign tumors are naevi, chorodal haemangioma, Vasoproliferative tumors, and retinal haemangioblastomas. Many of these lesions require treatment and/or long-term surveillance. Eyelid and orbital tumors are more likely to be managed within oculoplastic or orbital specialist services. Research on Ophthalmic infectious diseases is mainly focused on medical and surgical techniques and treatments involved in the management of eye diseases. Myopia is a condition of eye where the light that comes in doesn't directly concentrate on the retina however ahead of it, inflicting the image that one sees once viewing a far off object to out of focus, however focused once viewing at a closer object.
- Track 8-1Mobility Enhancement and Vision Rehabilitation
- Track 8-2Ocular Genomics
- Track 8-3Ocular Oncology
- Track 8-4Retina
Heart diseases term used to indicate disorder of heart. Coronary artery disease is also known as ischemic heart disease. It is caused by atherosclerosis, which is the narrowing or blockage of the blood vessels that supply the heart. It is one of the most common forms of heart disease and the leading cause of heart attacks and angina. It does not cause chest pain. Most congenital heart problems do not present with other diseases. Complications that can result from heart defects include heart failure. Most common Heart Diseases are Silent Ischemia, Peripheral Arterial Disease, Heart Attack (Myocardial Infarction).
- Track 9-1Infective endocarditis
- Track 9-2Pericarditis
- Track 9-3Atherosclerosis
- Track 9-4Ischemic heart Diseases
- Track 9-5Hypertensive heart diseases
- Track 9-6Rheumatic heart diseases
- Track 9-7Inflammatory heart diseases
Emerging infectious diseases (EID) are the diseases whose incidence has increased in the past 20 years and could increase in the near future. Emerging infections account for at least 12% of all human pathogens. These are caused by newly identified species or strains e.g. Severe acute respiratory syndrome, HIV/AIDS that may have evolved from a known infection like influenza or spread to a new population like West Nile fever or to an area undergoing ecologic transformation of Lyme disease or be reemerging infections, like drug resistant tuberculosis. Nosocomial is a hospital-acquired infection, such as Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus are emerging in hospitals and extremely problematic in that they are resistant to many antibiotics. Of growing concern are adverse synergistic interactions between emerging diseases and other infectious and non-infectious conditions leading to the development of novel syndemics. Other emerging diseases are zoonotic an animal reservoir incubates the organism, with only occasional transmission into human populations.
Infections are a common part of childhood, but some infections ail children for long periods of time potentially their entire lives or have very serious symptoms like acute and chronic infectious diseases that need specialized treatment.
Tropical diseases encompass all diseases that occur solely in the tropics. In practice, the term is often taken to refer to infectious diseases that thrive in hot, humid conditions, such as malaria, leishmaniasis, schistosomiasis, onchocerciasis, lymphatic filariasis, Chagas disease, African trypanosomiasis, and dengue.
An agent that suppresses virus and its ability to replicate and, hence, inhibits its capability to multiply and reproduce. Bacterial resistance is a growing threat and yet few new antibiotics active against multi-resistant bacteria are being explored. A regulatory mechanisms and irrational and injudicious use of antibiotics has led to an alarming situation where some infections have no cure.
- Track 13-1Mechanisms of action, preclinical data & pharmacology
- Track 13-2Pharmacokinetics/pharmacodynamics
- Track 13-3Clinical trials
- Track 13-4Pharmacoepidemiology
- Track 13-5New technologies in the development
- Track 13-6Prescribing Improved agents
- Track 13-7Prescribing Improved agents
- Track 13-8Advancement
There are a number of infections and cancers that can develop in people who are living with HIV. There are infections that can be life threatening. These are also known as opportunistic infections. The more common life-threatening infections include a lung infection called Pneumocystis pneumonia (PCP), an eye infection caused by cytomegalovirus (CMV), a brain infection called toxoplasmosis, and a generalized infection called Mycobacterium avium complex (MAC). Cancers that are more common include Hodgkin’s lymphoma, lung cancer, skin cancer, anal cancer, cervical and vaginal cancer in women, and testicular and prostate cancer in men. These cancers can often be successfully treated if they occur in people with HIV who maintain healthy immune systems with HIV treatment.
An investigation of key characteristics of viruses, bacteria and other micro-organisms causing infections in humans. The mechanisms by which micro-organisms cause disease and evade the immune system are considered. It then explores the principle components of the immune system, describing the molecules and cells that protect against infection and cancer, and their contribution to innate and adaptive immune responses. The role of the immune system in disease is illustrated with examples of autoimmune and inflammatory conditions.
Pandemic, epidemic and endemic infectious diseases are united by a common problem to identify potential pharmacological interventions to treat infections. The large numbers of emerging and neglected infectious diseases are badly affecting the poorest members of the global society; new ways are required to develop high productivity discovery systems that can be applied to a large number of pathogens. The basis for developing methods to prioritize a priori potential drug targets analyzes the pharmacological landscape of an infectious disease.
Genitourinary tract infections on the male may take several different directions. The first is that of direct damage to the sperm or for the seminal fluid. These are the easily treatable by simple eliminating the offending agents to cure. A second effect may be seen in the development of sperm, either by direct or indirect actions. The severity of the infection may affect the body constitutionally so that the body metabolic energy fight towards the infection and the activity that is less vital to an individual’s immediate survival and recovery needs, such as the synthesis or maturation of spermatozoa. The adverse effects of systemic illness on fertility have been demonstrated that while some antibiotics may affect spermatogenesis, others may impact seminal fluid quality. Infectious Diseases of the Female Genital Tract remains as a cornerstone and a major source of comprehensive and practical information on medical issues related to female genital tract infections. Gynecological study includes arrangement of epidemiology, predisposing factors, pathophysiology, clinical manifestations, diagnosis, novel therapies, and prevention diseases.
Communicable diseases are spread from person to person or through animals.these can be spread through air and transfer from blood or other body fluids like malaria, HIV/AIDS. Non-communicable diseases are chronic diseases like heart diseases, cancer and diabetes.
- Track 18-1Cancer
- Track 18-2Diabetes
- Track 18-3Osteoporosis
- Track 18-4Fibromyalgia
- Track 18-5Heart Disease
- Track 18-6Shigellosis
- Track 18-7Measles
- Track 18-8Hepatitis B
- Track 18-9Enterovirus D68
These sciences are used to control human health through monitoring and control of zoonotic disease, infectious disease transmitted from non-human animals to humans, food safety, and indirectly through human applications from basic medical research food supply is through livestock health monitoring and treatment, and mental health by keeping pet’s healthy and long living. Veterinary scientists often collaborate with epidemiologists.
- Track 19-1Airborne
- Track 19-2canine, equine, feline
- Track 19-3Toxicology
- Track 19-4Small Ruminants
- Track 19-5Avian
- Track 19-6Bovine
- Track 19-7Swine
- Track 19-8Chronic wasting disease
- Track 19-9Plague disease
- Track 19-10Anthroponotic disease
- Track 19-11Poultry diseases
- Track 19-12Parasitism
- Track 19-13Vector-borne
- Track 19-14Lyme disease
- Track 19-15Foodborne
- Track 19-16Inclusion body diseases
Antibiotics are the most commonly prescribed medications in modern medicine. Antibiotics cure disease by killing or injuring bacteria. The first antibiotic was penicillin, discovered accidentally from a mold culture. Today, over 100 different antibiotics are available to cure minor, and life-threatening infections.
- Track 20-1Advances and Development
- Track 20-2Vaccine-preventable diseases (VPDs)
- Track 20-3New Approches in Polio Eradication
- Track 20-4Surveillance for VPDs
Vaccination against bacterial and viral diseases is an integral part of communicable disease control worldwide. Vaccination against a specific disease not only reduces the incidence of that disease, it reduces the social and economic burden of the disease on communities. High immunization can lead to complete blocking of transmission for many vaccine preventable diseases (VPD). The worldwide eradication of smallpox and the near eradication of polio from many countries provide excellent examples of the role of immunization in disease control.
- Track 21-1Advances and Development
- Track 21-2Vaccine-preventable diseases (VPDs)
- Track 21-3New Approches in Polio Eradication
- Track 21-4Surveillance for VPDs
- Track 21-5Surveillance for VPDs
- Track 22-1Improvement
- Track 22-2Improving preparedness for infectious disease emergencies
- Track 22-3Role of health communication
- Track 22-4Outbreak investigation: lab and epi response
- Track 22-5Infectious diseases and policy implications
- Track 22-6Strengthening public health systems
Infections are caused by micro-organisms known as pathogens, bacteria, viruses, fungi, or parasites that enter the body, multiply, and interfere with normal functions. Infectious diseases are a leading cause of illness and death around the world. For certain people particularly those with underlying illnesses like heart disease or cancer, those who have serious injuries, or those who are taking medications that weaken the immune system it's more difficult to avoid getting sick with an infection. However, for most healthy people, following a few basic principles can go a long way in helping to prevent infections.
Understanding how infections are transmitted can help you avoid getting sick
Good hygiene: the primary way to prevent infections
Practice good food-safety techniques to avoid getting sick
Vaccinations are essential if you are to avoid getting sick
Take travel precautions
How to prevent infections by sexual transmission
Avoiding bug-borne pathogens
Using animal-control to prevent infections
The development of personalized health care strategies is to understand how genetic alterations or chemical perturbations that individually have only a modest contribution to disease risk or treatment response may lead to strong synergistic effects on disease progression, treatment efficacy or toxicity when combined. While such epistatic and synthetic lethal interactions play a role in many diseases including cardio metabolic diseases and cancer treatment, their systematic identification has remained difficult because of complex networks underlying genotype-phenotype relationships.
A complete study of current trends in the infectious diseases therapeutic and diagnostic market, industry growth drivers, advanced therapies and restraints. It provides market projections for the coming years. It includes analysis of recent developments in technologies of infection diagnosis and treatment. Market reports also includes a review of micro and macro factors essential for the existing market players and new entrants along with detailed value chain analysis.
- Track 25-1Disinfection equipment’s
- Track 25-2Filter media
- Track 25-3Devices and instruments
- Track 25-4Environmental products
- Track 25-5Pharmaceuticals
- Track 25-6Nanomaterial’s
- Track 25-7Testing tools
- Track 25-8Molecular diagnostics
- Track 25-9Municipal water treatment
- Track 25-10Drug formulation devices
- Track 25-11Laboratory testing tools
- Track 25-12Laboratory testing tools
- Track 25-13Chemicals and bulk drugs
- Track 25-14Drug device combinations