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6th International Congress on Infectious Diseases, will be organized around the theme “Global Strategies & Innovative Techniques to Tackle Infectious Diseases and Prevention, Control”
Infection 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 Infection Congress 2019
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- Track 1-1Types of infections
- Track 1-2communicable diseases
- Track 1-3Transmissible diseases
- Track 1-4Contagious diseases
- Track 1-5Manifestations of infection
- Track 1-6Factors Affecting the Immune System
- Track 2-1Mechanisms of molecular pathogenesis
- Track 2-2Virulence factors
- Track 2-3Cellular microbiology
- Track 2-4Experimental models of infection
- Track 2-5Host resistance or susceptibility
- Track 2-6Innate and adaptive immune responses
Microbes and Infection is an advanced research topic in all fields of the study of infection and immunity. Infection congress covers the topics under this track are host response and inflammation, fungal and parasitic infections, microbial immunity and vaccines and molecular genomics.
- Track 3-1Host response and inflammation
- Track 3-2Fungal and parasitic infections
- Track 3-3Molecular genomics
Infectious diseases are caused by organism bacteria, viruses, fungi or parasites. Infection can be passed from direct contact person to person, insects or animals bite, contaminated food or water or organisms exposed environment. Signs and symptoms may vary depends on the organism causing the infection, but regularly includes fever and fatigue. Some of the mild infections can treat by rest and home remedies, while some deadly infections may require hospitalization.
- Track 4-1Skin contact or injuries
- Track 4-2Airborne germs
- Track 4-3Contaminated food or water
- Track 4-4Tick or mosquito bites
- Track 4-5Sexual contact
The newly recognised and earlier unknown infections which cause public health problems either locally or globally are Emerging infectious diseases. Infections showing upward trends in frequency or occurrence worldwide have appeared in areas where they are not earlier found. Infectious that is known earlier, had fallen to low levels that they were no longer recognized public health problems.
- Track 5-1Dengue Fever
- Track 5-2Malaria
- Track 5-3Malaria
- Track 5-4Meningitis
- Track 5-5Rabies
- Track 5-6Cholera
- Track 5-7Polio
The study of epidemiology of infectious disease involves the occurrence, frequency and factors of infections in populations. Infectious diseases are one of the major causes of sickness and death around the world. Infectious diseases implement and evaluate involvements at the individual and community level to prevent infection and, among those with infections, to inhibit development of disease or disease-associated death and ill health.
- Track 6-1Public Health
- Track 6-2Surveillance and Detection
- Track 6-3Genomic Research
- Track 6-4Chronic Diseases
Chemical substances or drugs that are used to kill or slow the growth of microbes are antimicrobial agents. There are different types of antimicrobial drugs based on the organism they act against example antibiotics acts against bacteria and antifungal agents act against fungi. Synthetic chemicals as well as chemical substances or metabolic products made by microorganisms and chemical substances derived from plants can also be treated by antimicrobial agents.
- Track 7-1Chemotherapy
- Track 7-2Antifungal
- Track 7-3Antiviral
- Track 7-4Antibacterials
- Track 7-5Antiparasitics
- Track 7-6Antimicrobial Pesticides
The transmission of communicable diseases in all health care aspects is required for infection prevention and control. Some prevention must be followed like sanitation, hand washing, food and water safety and vaccination for infection prevention and control to decrease the spread of microorganisms and diseases. Antimicrobial agents are also used to prevent infections caused by animals.
- Track 8-1Hand Hygiene
- Track 8-2Infection Control Precautions
- Track 8-3Personal Protective Equipment
- Track 8-4Respiratory Program
- Track 8-5Antimicrobial Resistance
- Track 8-6Injection Safety
Infections that are passed from one person to another through sexual contact is known as STDs (Sexually Transmitted Diseases). Bacteria, parasites, yeast and viruses are the causes of sexually transmitted diseases, there are more than 20 types of STDs example genital herpes, gonorrhea, HIV/AIDS, syphilis and trichomoniasis etc. STDs affect both men and women, but in many cases health problems are severe for women. STDs caused by bacteria, yeast or parasites can be treated by antibiotics, there is no cure for STDs caused by virus but medicines can help in prevention and control.
- Track 9-1HPV
- Track 9-2Gential Herpes
- Track 9-3Chlamydia
- Track 9-4Gonorrhea
- Track 9-5HIV/AIDS
- Track 9-6Syphilis
- Track 9-7Hepatitis
If a child is suffering with periodic or persistent diseases caused by any infectious agents like bacteria, fungi, parasite or any other rare infection are Pediatric infectious diseases. Children with acquired or inherited disorders of immune system estimated and treated by division of Pediatric infectious diseases and provide guidance on travel immunization.
- Track 10-1Perinatal HIV and Breast Feeding
- Track 10-2Recent Epidemics
- Track 10-3Fungal and Bacterial Infections
- Track 10-4Neonatal Congenital Infections
- Track 10-5Health care intervention
- Track 10-6Vaccines and Immunization
- Track 10-7General Pediatrics
Health improvement maintained by Prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases, illness, injury, and other physical and mental injuries in human. Healthcare is conveyed by health experts in related health fields. Doctors and doctor allies are a part of health care.
- Track 11-1Hand Hygiene
- Track 11-2Disinfection and Sterilization
- Track 11-3Multidrug Resistant Organisms
- Track 11-4Blood Borne Pathogens
- Track 11-5Seasonal Flu
- Track 11-6Pandemic Flu
- Track 11-7MRSA
- Track 11-8Biological Agents
Fever which including Ebola and Marburg, Lassa fever, and yellow fever viruses with a group of four families of viruses is viral Hemorrhagic fever. Damage of blood vessels and affect to organs and affect to body ability to regulate itself are the common features of VHFs. Protozoan diseases caused by four species of plasmodium genus is malaria. VHFs cause mild diseases but some like Ebola or Marburg, cause severe diseases and death.
Outbreaks of preventable infectious diseases are difficult to maintain. Despite the introduction of vaccines many decades ago, many people grasp the prominence of getting vaccinated in order to avoid the preventable infectious diseases. Vaccines are very cheap, highly effective and available for everyone. However outbreaks happen all the time.
- Track 13-1Diseases Outbreaks
- Track 13-2Vaccines & Immunizations
- Track 13-3Travelers Health
- Track 13-4Pandemic
- Track 13-5Bioterrorism & Chemical Radiological
- Track 13-6Nuclear Emergencies
Consuming contaminated foods or beverages causes foodborne diseases. The beginning of symptoms may occur within minutes to weeks and regularly occur as flu-like symptoms. Symptoms of infected person are nausea, vomiting, diarrhea or fever as the symptoms are flu-like many people may not recognize that the sickness is caused by bacteria or other pathogen in food. Foodborne disease can be prevented by proper cooking or by processing the food to kill the pathogens.
- Track 14-1Contamination
- Track 14-2Biological Food Borne Illness
- Track 14-3Chemical Illness
- Track 14-4Physical Foodborne illness
- Track 14-5Symptoms
- Track 14-6Prevention
Infection of the lungs or airways is known as chest infection. The main types of chest infection are bronchitis and pneumonia. Most viruses lead to increase in bronchitis, whereas most bacteria lead to increase in development of pneumonia. When an infected person coughs or sneezes infections are usually spread. Virus or bacteria fluid droplets into the air, where they can be inhaled in by others cause infections.
- Track 15-1Chronic Pulmonary Infections
- Track 15-2Acute bronchitis
- Track 15-3Pneumonia
- Track 15-4Diagnosis and Treatment
- Track 16-1Odontogenic Infectious Diseases
- Track 16-2Periodontal Disease
- Track 16-3Gingivitis
- Track 16-4Herpangina
- Track 16-5Oral Herpes
- Track 17-1Anti-inflammatory herbs
- Track 17-2Herbal Medicine-Importance and Usage
- Track 17-3Herbal Medicine Research
- Track 17-4Herbal Product research and development
- Track 17-5Advanced Developments and Current Research in Traditional Medicine
- Track 17-6History and Evolution of Traditional and Complementary Medicine
- Track 17-7Herbology
- Track 17-8Traditional medicines Side effects and complications
- Track 17-9Applications of Traditional Medicine & Chronic illness Treatment
Infections of nervous system are generally known as neurological infections. The most challenging neurological disorders among the nervous system are viral and immune mediated disorders. Multiple sclerosis is one of the most common neuro immune disorders, and the most common viral infection of the nervous system is HIV. The progressive loss of neurons, resulting in significant cognitive and motor dysfunction is common to both disorders.
- Track 18-1Fungal
- Track 18-2Protozoal
- Track 18-3Bacterial
- Track 18-4Viral
- Track 18-5Post-infectious diseases
- Track 18-6Meningitis
- Track 18-7Encephalitis
- Track 19-1NTDs Drug Discovery & Infectious Diseases
- Track 19-2NTD Vaccines: Approaches and Challenges
- Track 19-3Translational Strategies to Prevent NTD’s & Infectious Diseases
Airborne diseases are caused by pathogens that can be transmitted through air. When an infected person coughs, sneezes, or talks, spewing nasal and throat secretions into the air airborne diseases can be spreader. Tuberculosis (TB) is primarily an airborne disease caused by the bacteria Mycobacterium tuberculosis, which are spread person-to-person through the air. This bacteria mainly affects the lungs, but may adversely affect other organs.
- Track 20-1Types of airborne diseases
- Track 20-2Treatment
- Track 20-3Treatment
- Track 20-4Complications
\ Most of the terminology used to define the host-microbe interaction has been in use for nearly a century. Later, new information about the attributes of microbes and their hosts resulted in the understanding that the host pathogen interaction does not always result in disease. This recognition, in turn, led to the introduction of terms to explain states in which microbes exist within hosts without causing overt disease and why some microbes only cause disease in certain hosts. Commensal, carrier state, and opportunist were terms put forth to account for microbes and conditions that were sometimes associated with disease but for which Koch's postulates could not be fulfilled for one reason or another.\
- Track 21-1Cell Biology of Host Pathogen Interactions
- Track 21-2Host Interactions
- Track 21-3Pathogenecity
- Track 21-4Mechanisms of Pathogenesis
- Track 21-5Cell Biology of Host Pathogen Interactions
- Track 21-6Current Pathogenic Treatment Methods
Diseases spread between animals to humans are zoonotic diseases. Zoonotic diseases are spread by viruses, bacteria, parasites, and fungi. Symptoms and signs are different for zoonotic diseases caused by parasites other people may have symptoms such as diarrhea, muscle aches, and fever. When animals such as cows are infected with parasites such as Cryptosporidium or Trichinella food can also be some source of zoonotic diseases.
- Track 22-1Human Zoonotic Disease Surveillance
- Track 22-2West Nile virus
- Track 22-3coronavirus
- Track 22-4Nipah virus
- Track 22-5Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus
- Track 22-6Hendra virus
- Track 22-7Bioterrorism Diseases
- Track 22-8Psittacosis
- Track 22-9Blastomycosis
- Track 22-10Rabies
- Track 22-11Emerging zoonotic viral diseases
- Track 22-12Epidemiology
- Track 22-13Zoonosis
Occupational health, or workplace health and safety (WHS), is a multidisciplinary field concerned with the safety, health, and welfare of people at work. It mainly focuses on primary prevention of hazards and also deals with all aspects of health and safety in work place. The main objectives of OHS is the maintenance and promotion of workers health and working capacity and development of working place and working values in a way to support health and safety at work.
A pandemic is a worldwide spread of new disease which occurring on a large scale usually affecting a large number of people. Pandemics can also occur in important agricultural organisms or in other organisms. Biosecurity has multiple meanings and is defined differently according to various disciplines. The department works to ensure continued market access for our products and to maintain our high standards for emergency response.