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2nd International Conference on Anesthesia and Analgesia, will be organized around the theme “Worth A Thousand Words for Anesthesia”

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The type and indefinite quantity of physiological state is run by the anaesthetist. The  anesthetise can review the patient's medical condition and history to set up the suitable anesthetic for surgery. There area unit numerous kinds of physiological state like anesthesia, topical anaesthesia, dental or oral physiological state. The categories of physiological state will Anesthesiologists use a wide variety of drugs, in multiple combinations, in order to ensure that patients remain comfortable, relaxed and free of pain during surgery or other procedures the kind of surgery and your medical condition. Usually, Associate in Nursing   can administer a sedative additionally to the anesthetic. This track can discuss necessary topics like block anaesthesia, Ophthalmologic physiological state, anesthesia, medical specialty physiological state etc.

  • Track 1-1Anesthesia for Endovascular Aortic Surgery
  • Track 1-2Dental or Oral Anesthesiology
  • Track 1-3Conduction or Block Anesthesia
  • Track 1-4Ambulatory and Ophthalmologic Anesthesia
  • Track 1-5Infiltration Anesthesia
  • Track 1-6Topical Anaesthesia
  • Track 1-7Sedation : Dissociative anesthesia or Twilight anesthesia
  • Track 1-8Epidural Anesthesia
  • Track 1-9Labor Anesthesia and Child Birth
  • Track 1-10Regional or Local Anesthesia
  • Track 1-11Veterinary Anesthesia
  • Track 1-12Anesthesia acute intermittent porphyria

The Division of Regional Anesthesia and Acute Perioperative Pain Management utilize state of the art regional anesthesia techniques as the major component of a multimodal approach to acute pain management. Pain is an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience (a perception) that elicits protective motor actions, and is capable of modifying species-specific behaviour, including social behaviour. Pain management is an approach to reducing pain and suffering associated with post-operative patients or patients in other medical situations.

  • Track 2-1Perioperative Management and Anesthesia
  • Track 2-2Optimal management of acute pain
  • Track 2-3Post-operative management
  • Track 2-4Fast track surgery and Anesthesia
  • Track 2-5Designing and Implementation of Regional Anesthesia
  • Track 2-6Ultra sound guided regional Anesthesia
  • Track 2-7Multi Modal analgesia techniques for Pain management

Complications of physical state (sedation through surgery) occur all told patient  inhabitants, as well as those with down syndrome. It with great care happens that some physiological state complications area unit a lot of probably to occur in people with Down syndrome than their peers while not Down syndrome. Associate degree awareness of those a lot of common complications will facilitate physiological state providers arrange safer experiences for individuals with abnormality. Designing for a secure physiological state or drowsiness state of affairs needs analysis of the patient and review of relevant history by trained functional state personnel.

Obstetric anesthesia is related to the woman who is going to give birth to child. This anesthesia is a risky as it includes operating two life’s (mother and unborn child). The professional involved in obstetrics is termed as midwife.

Pediatric anesthesiology name itself indicates it is used induce anesthesia in children’s. This method is used for the pain treatment and pain management in children’s. Children with acute and chronic painful disorders are taken Pediatric anesthesiologist to treat pain disorders.

  • Track 6-1preoperative assessment
  • Track 6-2Risk factors / Causes
  • Track 6-3complication
  • Track 6-4preoperative testing
  • Track 6-5Pediatric Obesity and Anesthesia

Intensive care medicine or critical care medicine is a branch of medicine concerned with the diagnosis and management of life-threatening conditions requiring sophisticated organ support and invasive monitoring. Intensive care usually takes a system by system approach to treatment, rather than the SOAP (subjective, objective, analysis, plan) approach of high dependency care. This includes IC systems, drug therapy and organ support systems.

  • Track 8-1Organ Support and Invasive Monitoring
  • Track 8-2Life support Systems
  • Track 8-3Percutaneous mechanical circulatory support: options and importance
  • Track 8-4Spontaneous Respiration
  • Track 8-5Spontaneous Ventilation
  • Track 8-6Rapid Sequence Induction
  • Track 8-7Drug therapy and cardiac support systems
  • Track 8-8IC Systems

Dental anesthesia is a branch of anesthesiology which deals with the dental surgeries. Anesthetics used to induce anesthesia in dental surgeries are procaine, mepivacaine, etc. most commonly used anesthetic to achieve anesthesia in a dental surgery is lidocaine.

Surgical anesthesia can be defined as anesthesia induced during surgery to avoid pain and discomfort. Before going to surgery, anesthesia is given by administering anesthetics based on requirement to avoid pain and discomfort. Loss of consciousness is a temporary and reversible.

Fundamental considerations in Anesthesia are a notable addition to  the physiology and pharmacology of Anesthesia which contains the observations of a practical anaesthetist and results of much original work. Generally considering the physiology of CNS, Cardiac physiology, respiratory physiology, Sleep, Memory and consciousness etc.

  • Track 12-1Sleep, Memory and consciousness
  • Track 12-2The Autonomic Nervous System
  • Track 12-3Cerebral Physiology and effects of Anesthetic Drugs
  • Track 12-4Neuromuscular Physiology and Pharmacology
  • Track 12-5Cardiac Physiology
  • Track 12-6Respiratory Physiology
  • Track 12-7Hepatic Physiology and Pathophysiology
  • Track 12-8Renal Physiology

Induced, reversible, controlled and loss of sensation is the general definition of Anesthesia. Anesthetic Pharmacology includes premedication, types of drugs, mainly deals about the Uptake, Distribution, Metabolism and Excretion of the Anesthetics. Clinical Pharmacology of anesthesia includes general reaction of drugs, muscle relaxants, and mainly about metabolism of the anesthesia.

  • Track 13-1Principles of Pharmacology
  • Track 13-2Inhaled Anesthetics; Mechanisms of action
  • Track 13-3Inhaled anesthetics; uptake and distribution
  • Track 13-4Pulmonary pharmacology
  • Track 13-5Cardiovascular Pharmacology
  • Track 13-6Inhaled Anesthetics; Metabolism and toxicity
  • Track 13-7Inhaled Anesthetics Delivery Systems
  • Track 13-8Local Anesthetics

Anesthesia Rotation provides an opportunity to develop skills and knowledge for delivering quality anesthesia care to outpatients. Approximately 60% of surgeries may be considered ambulatory, thus making it essential that anesthesiology residents understand the anesthetic management of these patients. The curriculum for this rotation covers pre-operative evaluation, preoperative preparation and premedication, anesthetic management, surgical procedures, and postoperative care. It includes surgical procedures like cardiothoracic anesthesia, Neuroanesthesia, Epidural Anesthesia,   ENT surgery, etc.

  • Track 14-1Anesthesia and treatment of Chronic pain
  • Track 14-2Anesthesia for ENT surgery
  • Track 14-3Anesthesia for Thoracic Surgery
  • Track 14-4Anesthesia for Cardiac Surgical procedures
  • Track 14-5Anesthesia for correction of Cardiac Arrhythmias
  • Track 14-6Anesthesia and Renal Genitourinary systems
  • Track 14-7Anesthesia for organ transplantation
  • Track 14-8Neurosurgical Anesthesia
  • Track 14-9Anesthesia and the Hepatobiliary system
  • Track 14-10Anesthesia for Cardiovascular Surgery

Three fundamental changes have been introduced in medical education, all of particular importance to critical care medicine: (1) clinical teaching and medical practice now emphasize evidence-based medicine, (2) patient safety aspects are increasingly stressed, and (3) use of simulation in medical training is spreading rapidly. Critical care rotation is designed so residents will achieve proficiency in the recognition and management of problems encountered in the intensive care unit. This proficiency includes, but is not limited to the management of: sepsis, acute and chronic cardiac disease, acute respiratory failure, acute renal failure, hemodynamic instability, overdoses and poisonings, acute neurologic insults, acute electrolyte and endocrine emergencies, and coagulation disorders. For less common problems, residents should acquire knowledge sufficient to formulate a differential diagnosis, initiate a management plan, and request appropriate consultations.

  • Track 15-1Anesthesiology and critical care medicine
  • Track 15-2Critical Care protocols
  • Track 15-3Respiratory care
  • Track 15-4Neurocritical care
  • Track 15-5Nutrition and Metabolic care
  • Track 15-6Renal transplant Therapies
  • Track 15-7Brain Death
  • Track 15-8Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
  • Track 15-9Statistical methods in Anesthesia

The situation that occurs when a patient under general anesthesia becomes aware of some or all events during surgery or a procedure, and has direct recall of those events. Because of the routine use of neuromuscular blocking agents (also called paralytics) during general anesthesia, the patient is often unable to communicate with the surgical team. Continuous monitoring of the patient means by considering the patient physiology should necessary to control risk factors of anesthesia. In some high-risk surgeries such as cardiac, trauma, and emergency caesarean deliveries, using a deep anesthetic may not be in the best interest of the patient. In these and other critical or emergency situations, awareness might not be completely avoidable. 

  • Track 16-1Experienced anesthesia awareness
  • Track 16-2Conscious Sedation and monitored Anesthesia care
  • Track 16-3Risk factors / Causes
  • Track 16-4Monitoring in Anesthesia and perioperative Care
  • Track 16-5Prevention of risk factors
  • Track 16-6Patient physiology
  • Track 16-7Diagnosis and management

Anesthesia is generally safe, but complications with anesthesia can occur. Local anesthesia carries the lowest risk, and general anesthesia the highest. An allergic reaction to an anesthetic agent can be life threatening and can occur with any type of anesthesia. Drug allergies remain unknown until the substance is ingested; so many people are unaware of them.

  • Track 18-1Ethical aspects of Anesthesia care
  • Track 18-2Mortality related to Anesthesia
  • Track 18-3Future directions in Perioperative Risk
  • Track 18-4Retrospective Studies
  • Track 18-5Anesthesia practice during Transplantations
  • Track 18-6Allergic reactions
  • Track 18-7Effects of Obesity and Aging in Anesthesia Practice
  • Track 18-8Perioperative anesthesia complications

Anesthesia information management systems are rapidly increasing both their adoption and overall functionally. It mostly deals with the evaluation, disorders and functional monitoring of the patient. This includes functional monitoring of anesthesia given patient before and after surgery. Anesthesia monitoring instruments should also be checked in between cases, ensuring that the breathing apparatus and breathing circuit are fully patent, for the safe anesthesia of patients.

  • Track 19-1Risk of Anesthesia
  • Track 19-2Preoperative Evaluation
  • Track 19-3Anesthetic Implications of Concurrent Diseases
  • Track 19-4Neuromuscular Physiology and Pharmacology
  • Track 19-5Patient Positioning and Anesthesia
  • Track 19-6Neuromuscular disorders and malignant Hyperthermia
  • Track 19-7Fundamental Principles of monitoring Instrument
  • Track 19-8Functional Monitoring (Renal, Cardiac, Neurological)

Anaesthetists and surgeons are often faced with a child who has been recently immunized presenting for either emergency or elective surgery. The question is then raised as to whether the anesthesia or the surgery will affect the immune response of the child to the vaccine, or more seriously whether the vaccine may cause more serious adverse reactions in these circumstances.

  • Track 20-1Vaccination increases risk of complications from surgery and anaesthesia
  • Track 20-2Immunization and anesthesia
  • Track 20-3Development of Drugs
  • Track 20-4Pediatric Anesthesia
  • Track 20-5Anesthesia in Vaccines
  • Track 20-6Immunomodulatory effects of Anesthesia and Surgery
  • Track 20-7Risk and consequences

Current research includes with different anesthesia research institutes and centres. Following the recent researches like understanding how anesthetics act in the brain, anesthesia safety in young children, studying different case reports in Anesthesiology, alternative to Opioids for sedation and anesthesia etc., all these studies develop the strategy and reduce risk factors of the anesthesia.

  • Track 21-1Anesthesia Patient Safety
  • Track 21-2Peri-operative and Post-Operative outcomes
  • Track 21-3Development of Drugs
  • Track 21-4New Analgesic alternative to opioids for Sedation and Anesthesia
  • Track 21-5Possible effects of Anesthesia on Adults and Children
  • Track 21-6Anesthetics act in the brain
  • Track 21-7Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics of Anesthetic drugs