The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.
Stroke arises when an artery supplying blood to the brain either rapidly becomes blocked or instigates to bleed which may affect in part of the brain dying or leading to a sudden impairment that can affect a range of activities such as speaking, movement, thinking and communication.
- Track 1-1Ischemic Stroke
- Track 1-2Memory disorders
- Track 1-3Hemorrhagic Stroke
- Track 1-4Transient Ischemic Stroke
- Track 1-5Diagnosis and awareness on Stroke
Neurology is the enclosure of medical research and practices that devoirs disorders and issues of the nervous system, including the brain. Doctors specialized in diagnosing patients and their problems whereas neurology nurses are one who trained to aid these doctors in the treatment of patients with neurological issues.
Neurology Nursing deals with giving both post-operative care and immediate care. Various conditions Like Parkinson’s disease, brain tumours, encephalitis, multiple sclerosis and meningitis, as well as those who have suffered from trauma, such as stroke victims and those who have had spinal or brain.
Neurological disorders are the disease that primarily disturbs the neurons of human brain. Neurons don’t reproduce themselves; hence once they get damaged, they can’t be more replaced by the body. Huntington’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, and Parkinson’s disease are the examples of neurological diseases.
- Track 2-1Neuropharmacology
- Track 2-2Mental Health Nursing
- Track 2-3Brain Nursing
- Track 2-4Care Practice: Neurology and Nursing
- Track 2-5Behavioural Neurology
- Track 2-6Dementia
- Track 2-7Blood-Brain barrier disruption (BBB)
- Track 2-8Neuroplasticity
- Track 2-9Neurological disorders
- Track 2-10Addiction Nursing
A stroke is an emergency of medical aspect that requires early treatment that indicates initial action can minimize brain damage and potential complications. Person affected by stroke reports cognition and/or behavioural problems that comprises problems using languages, vision and perception difficulties and sudden bursts of emotions
- Track 3-1Mental Health Counselling
- Track 3-2Mental Illness and Treatment
- Track 3-3Mental Health and Rehabilitation
- Track 3-4Stress Management Programs
- Track 3-5Assessment of Mental and Behavioral Disorders
- Track 3-6Mental Health Nursing Practice
Neuropsychiatry is a branch of medicine that agreements with mental disorders attributable to diseases of the nervous system. It headed the current disciplines of psychiatry and neurology, which had mutual training. Nevertheless, neuropsychiatry has developed a growing subspecialty of psychiatry and it is also thoroughly related to the fields of neuropsychology and behavioural neurology.
Psychology is the science of behaviour and mind, counting conscious and unconscious phenomena, as well as feeling and thought. It is an academic discipline of enormous scope and various interests that, when taken together; pursue an understanding of the emergent properties of brains, and all the variety of epiphenomena they manifest. As a social science its intentions to understand individuals and groups by establishing general principles and researching precise cases.
- Track 4-1Cognitive neuropsychiatry
- Track 4-2Psychotherapy for neuropsychiatric disorders
- Track 4-3Psychiatric treatment and supervision
- Track 4-4Clinical and functional imaging in neuropsychiatry
- Track 4-5Psychopharmacological treatments
- Track 4-6Cognitive rehabilitation and behavior therapy for neuropsychiatric disorders
Stroke happens when the supply of blood to the brain is either hindered or decreased. At the point when this happens, the brain does not get enough oxygen or supplements, which causes brain cell to die. Stroke will probably influence individuals if they are overweight, aged 55 or older, have an individual or family history of stroke, drink vigorously, smoke, or utilize illegal medications.
The most ideal approach to keep a stroke is to address the hidden causes. This is done by living restoratively, which implies having a healthy diet, keeping up a solid weight, exercising frequently, Avoiding liquor or drink moderately.
- Track 5-1Ischemic stroke
- Track 5-2Hemorrhagic stroke
- Track 5-3Transient ischemic attack
- Track 5-4Causes of Stroke
- Track 5-5Therapeutics of Stroke
Paediatric stroke is a stroke that happens in children or adolescents. Stroke marks about 6 in 100,000 children. Stroke is a chief cause of death in children in the U.S.
Stroke is diverse in children and new-borns than it is in adults. Children have haemorrhagic strokes as often as they have ischemic strokes, while adults are more likely to have ischemic strokes. Sixty per cent of paediatric strokes happen in boys. Causes of stroke are also different in children than they are in adults.
- Track 6-1Frequent neurological assessments
- Track 6-2Frequent neurological assessments
- Track 6-3Occupational Therapists
- Track 6-4Speech and Language Therapist (SLT)
- Track 6-5Pediatrics Motor Activity Log
- Track 6-6Pediatric Arm Function Test
- Track 6-7Functional electrical stimulation
- Track 6-8Constraint Induced Movement Therapy
- Track 6-9Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
Neuroscience is that the scientific study of the nervous system. It is an interdisciplinary science that combines and draws on multiple fields, from molecules to medicine. Neuroscience is that the study of how the nervous system develops, its structure, and what it does. Neuroscientists specialise in the brain and its impact on behaviour and cognitive functions. Not only is neuroscience concerned with the normal functioning of the nervous system, but also what happens to the nervous system when people have neurological, psychiatric and neurodevelopmental disorders. Neuroscience is usually mentioned within the plural, as neurosciences.
Neuroimaging is the discipline that deals with the in vivo depiction of anatomy and function of the central nervous system (CNS) in health and disease. Neuroimaging encompasses the varied techniques want to image the structure of the brain, and it is relevant to some health science disciplines, where it's an excellent impact on the understanding, diagnosis, and treatment of neurological diseases.
A haemorrhagic stroke that happens inside your brain is also called an intracerebral haemorrhage. Symptoms of an ICH can differ from person to person, but they’re almost always present immediately after the stroke occurs.
There are two likely causes of a ruptured blood vessel in the brain. The most mutual cause is an aneurysm. An aneurysm happens when a section of a blood vessel becomes enlarged from chronic and dangerously high blood pressure or when a blood vessel wall is feeble, which is usually congenital. This ballooning hints to thinning of the vessel wall, and ultimately to a rupture.
- Track 7-1Ischemic stroke
- Track 7-2Hemorrhage stroke
- Track 7-3Stroke prognosis
- Track 7-4Phobias
- Track 7-5Cerebral hypoperfusion
- Track 7-6Intracranial hemorrhage
- Track 7-7Non-invasive brain stimulation
Neuro cardiology is the study of Interaction between heart and brain. It generally deals with the effect of stress on the heart. The cardiovascular system is under the regulation of the nervous system. An appropriate balance in the hormone levels, kind of life style, environmental conditions play a very important role in maintaining a good relation between heart and brain.
- Track 8-1Stress
- Track 8-2Cardiovascular diseases
- Track 8-3Brain Injury
- Track 8-4Interactions between heart and brain
- Track 8-5Heart failure
The Central Nervous System (CNS) is the part of the nervous system containing of the brain and spinal cord. The central nervous system is so named as it integrates information it takes from, and organizes and influences the activity of, all parts of the bodies of bilaterally symmetric animals
The CNS is contained within the dorsal body cavity, with the brain housed in the cranial cavity and the spinal cord in the spinal canal. In vertebrates, the brain is protected by the skull, whereas the spinal cord is protected by the vertebrae.
- Track 9-1Addiction
- Track 9-2Cerebral Edema
- Track 9-3Functional and structural disorders
- Track 9-4CNS Neoplasia
- Track 9-5Spinal Meningitis
- Track 9-6CNS demyelinating disorders
- Track 9-7Development of Therapeutics for CNS Disorders
Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease aren’t the same.
Dementia is an overall term used to describe symptoms that impact memory, performance of daily activities, and communication abilities.
Alzheimer’s disease is the most common type of dementia. Alzheimer’s disease gets worse with time and affects memory, language, and thought. Dementia is a syndrome, not a disease. A syndrome is a group of symptoms that doesn’t have a definitive diagnosis. Dementia is a group of symptoms that affects mental cognitive tasks such as memory and reasoning. Dementia is an umbrella term that Alzheimer’s disease can fall under. It can occur due to a variety of conditions, the most common of which is Alzheimer’s disease.
- Track 10-1Diagnosis of Alzheimerâ€™s Disease
- Track 10-2Therapeutic advances for Alzheimerâ€™s Disease
- Track 10-3Prevention of Alzheimerâ€™s disease
- Track 10-4Lewy body dementia
- Track 10-5Amyloid and Tau imaging
Neurological Nursing comprises doctors specialized in diagnosing patients and their problems and neurology nurses are one who trained to aid these doctors in the treatment of patients with neurological subjects. Neurology nurse contracts with giving both post-operative care and immediate care.
Clinical training comprises treatment procedures for strokes and many connected disorders and the principal approach of clinical training is to progress neuroprotective treatment methods and establishing modest examination procedures such as motion analysis, MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) and OCT (optical coherence tomography).
- Track 11-1Therapeutic targets & mechanism for treatment
- Track 11-2Alzheimerâ€™s disease symptoms
- Track 11-3Rehabilitation Facilities
- Track 11-4Skills & Techniques in Clinical training
- Track 11-5Clinical Evaluation
- Track 11-6Practices in Clinical training
- Track 11-7Promoting Clinical Outcomes
Neurosurgery is the medical field concerned with the diagnosis and surgery on brain, spinal cord, nervous system. Neurological features include the fundamental headways of neurosurgery coming into result after the profoundly created apparatuses. These include advanced neurosurgical devices or instruments, incorporate etches, curettes, dissectors, distractors, lifts, control devices, snares, suction tubes and robots.
Neuro-Oncology is study of treatment for patients with cancers of the brain and nervous system. There are some of the conditions and symptoms which includes: Acoustic neuroma, Brain metastases, Ependymoma, Astrocytoma, Chordoma, Craniopharyngioma, Glioblastoma multiforme, Glioma, Lymphoma, Meningioma, Medulloblastoma, Oligodendroglioma, Brain tumors, Pineal tumor and Schwannoma.
- Track 12-1Brain Neurosurgery
- Track 12-2Peripheral neuropathy
- Track 12-3Dural arteriovenous fistulae
- Track 12-4Arteriovenous malformation
- Track 12-5Brain Aneurysm
- Track 12-6ALS
- Track 12-7Spine Injury
- Track 12-8Neuroanesthesia
- Track 12-9Traumatic Neurosurgery
- Track 12-10Advanced Operative Techniques in Neurosurgery
- Track 12-11Cerebrovascular Surgery
- Track 12-12Spine Neurosurgery
- Track 12-13Post-Herpetic neuralgia
Oral, topical, or intravenous drug administration, as well as more invasive techniques such as surgery and brain implants, are currently used to treat neurological disorders. Unfortunately, there are currently no fully effective treatments for neurodegenerative diseases because they do not promote neural tissue regeneration but rather slow the neurodegenerative process. Because of the presence of the blood-brain barrier, the main limitation of central nervous system therapeutics is their delivery to the nervous system in therapeutic quantities.
- Track 13-1Migraine & Chronic Pain
- Track 13-2Neuropathic infections, pain and its therapeutics
- Track 13-3Neuropathic pain in womenâ€™s
- Track 13-4Functional electrical stimulation
- Track 13-5Spinocerebellar ataxia
- Track 13-6Spinal muscular atrophy
- Track 13-7Advanced neuropathic therapies
A brain tumor happens when abnormal cells form within the brain. There are two main types of tumors: cancerous tumors or malignant and benign tumors. Cancerous tumors can be separated into primary tumors that start within the brain, and secondary tumors that have blow-out from elsewhere, known as brain metastasis tumors. All types of brain tumors may yield symptoms that vary liable on the part of the brain involved. These symptoms may comprise headaches, seizures, problems with vision, vomiting, and mental changes. The headache is characteristically worse in the morning and goes away with vomiting. Other symptoms may comprise difficulty walking, speaking, or with sensations. As the disease progresses, unconsciousness may happen.
- Track 14-1Metastatic tumors
- Track 14-2Skull metastasis
- Track 14-3Spinal metastasis
- Track 14-4Peri-tumoral factors
- Track 14-5Peri-tumoral factors
- Track 14-6Morphological changes
Acute and chronic infectious diseases are considered as risk factors for stroke other than established risk factors. Basically, acute respiratory tract infection and urinary tract infections independently increase the risk of Ischemic stroke. Within three days of infection, the risk for Ischemic stroke is shown to be higher and the risk gradually decreases when time interval between infection and stroke increases.
Stroke patients should be treated at hospital three hours prior to the first symptom. The best methods of diagnosis are Physical examination, Blood tests, CT scan, MRI scan.
- Track 15-1Clinical Trails and Case Reports
- Track 15-2Risk of Myocardial infraction
- Track 15-3Inflammatory Risk Factors
- Track 15-4Biomarkers in Ischemic Stroke
- Track 15-5Role of Carotid ultrasound in diagnosis
- Track 15-6Role of Cerebral angiogram in diagnosis
- Track 15-7Role of Echocardiogram in diagnosis
- Track 15-8Role of Echocardiogram in diagnosis
Abnormal electrical activity in the brain can cause seizures. When a person has repeated seizures, this condition is called epilepsy. Diagnosis and treatment of these disorders often requires consultation with a neurologist. Highland Hospital and the specialists at Highland Neurology are available to help if your family members suffer from seizures or epilepsy.
This Session will include the Neurospinal Disorders finding and therapeutics for patients experiencing all sicknesses of the spine and fringe nerves. For exact analyses and expanded security amid restorative methodology, pros utilize the most excellent procedures accessible for spinal imaging, interventional neuroradiology, electro-physiological testing, and surgery.
- Track 17-1Scoliosis Spine
- Track 17-2Spinal stroke
- Track 17-3Spinal Cord Repair
- Track 17-4Therapeutic approaches for spinal disorders
- Track 17-5Spinal Column Anatomy
- Track 17-6Spine tumors
- Track 17-7Spinal Stenosis
- Track 17-8Sciatica
A stroke is a restorative crisis. Strokes occur when blood stream to your mind stops. Inside minutes, cerebrum cells twitch to kick the bucket. There are two sorts of stroke. The more normal kind, called ischemic stroke, is created by a blood coagulation that squares or supplements a vein in the cerebrum. The other kind, called haemorrhagic stroke, is got on by a vein that breaks and seeps into the cerebrum.
- Track 18-1Movement disorders
- Track 18-2Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
- Track 18-3Prion disease
- Track 18-4Multiple sclerosis disease
- Track 18-5Neurodegeneration treatment
- Track 18-6Acute Stroke Management
- Track 18-7Interventional Drug Therapy
- Track 18-8Acute Reperfusion Treatment
A chronic, progressive condition in which the heart muscle is unable to pump enough blood to meet the body's needs for blood and oxygen is termed as Heart Failure.
The heart pumps 20% of blood to brain and brain receives oxygen through 20% blood. If heart failure happens, the blood supply or oxygen to the brain will be reduced and thereby memory loss happens.
According to the new study, heart failure is directly associated with loss of grey matter in the brain which is associated with memory, reasoning and planning. It has been proven that many heart failure patients had bad long time or immediate memory. If any damages occur in heart or blood vessels, the blood supply to brain will be collapsed.
- Track 19-1Heart disease and Alzheimerâ€™s disease
- Track 19-2Hypertension and Alzheimerâ€™s disease
- Track 19-3Acute Coronary Syndromes
- Track 19-4Rheumatic heart disease
- Track 19-5Hypertensive heart disease
- Track 19-6Cerebrovascular disease
Rehabilitation is a significant phase for patients after stroke. The goal is to aid you return to independent living. Rehabilitation program depends on the strictness of stroke and the part of the body affected. Recovery from stroke can be achieved by undergoing therapeutic process, medications and recovery is a part of rehabilitation.
- Track 20-1Acute Rehabilitation
- Track 20-2Non-invasive Brain stimulation
- Track 20-3Skilled Nursing Rehabilitation
- Track 20-4Outpatient Rehabilitation
- Track 20-5Long term acute care hospital Rehabilitation
Neuroimaging or Brain imaging is the use of various techniques to either directly or indirectly image the structure, function/pharmacology of the nervous system. It is a comparatively new discipline within medicine, neuroscience, and psychology. Physicians who specify in the performance and interpretation of neuroimaging in the clinical setting are neuroradiologists.
- Track 21-1Computed Tomography Scan
- Track 21-2Electroencephalogram
- Track 21-3Magnetic Resonance Imaging
- Track 21-4Electromyography
- Track 21-5Positron Emission tomography
- Track 21-6Spinal Tap
- Track 21-7Neurosonography
Clinical trials and case reports comprises the involvement of larger groups of people testing the effectiveness of a drug or treatment, monitor side effects, liken it to generally used treatments, and collect information that will allow the drug or treatment to be used securely. This track gives investigators knowledge about new technologies, clinical trials and new aspects.
- Track 22-1Case Reports on Stroke
- Track 22-2Advances in genetic research
- Track 22-3Case Reports on Neurodegenerative Disorders
- Track 22-4History of present illness in affected patients
- Track 22-5Case reports on Neurosurgery and Neuro Oncology
- Track 22-6Vaccination by self-antigens
Cerebrovascular mentions to blood flow in the brain. Arteries supplying oxygen to the brain are affected and carry about one of a number of cerebrovascular diseases. Most mutual is a stroke or mini-stroke and sometimes can be haemorrhagic stroke.
Cerebrovascular diseasescomprise vertebral stenosis, carotid stenosis and aneurysms, intracranial stenosis, and vascular malformations. Restriction in blood flow can be produced by vessel narrowing, clot formation, blockage or blood vessel rupture.
It is projected that about 6 million deaths are due to cerebrovascular disorders. It is the second foremost cause of death in the world and 6th most common cause of disability.
- Track 23-1Hemorrhage stroke
- Track 23-2Hemorrhage stroke
- Track 23-3Cerebral Ischemia
- Track 23-4Vascular malformations
- Track 23-5Moya Moya disease
- Track 23-6Arteriovenous malformations
- Track 23-7Novel therapeutics to treat cerebrovascular diseases
Physical therapy treatment depends on strengths including musculoskeletal, sports, neurology, wound care, EMG, cardiopulmonary, geriatrics, orthopaedics, women's well-being, and paediatrics. Physical Therapy regularly incorporates remedy or help with particular physical specialists which incorporate warm, cool, power, sound waves, radiation, assistive gadgets, works out, manual treatment and control, mechanical devices, for example, footing, training, prostheses, etc.