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kindcongress invites you to attend 12th Global Gastroenterologists Meeting (Gastro 2018) to be held in Barcelona, Spain on March 15-16, 2018. The conference program focuses on “Outlining the forefront research in the field of Gastroenterology”. Gastro 2018 is a leading platform for a focused agenda of the current research in the field of gastroenterology which includes, guest lectures, keynotes, symposiums, workshops, exhibitions, panel discussions and poster sessions. We invite Gastroenterologists, Hepatologists, General Physicians, Microbiologists, Oncologists, Surgeons, Researchers, Students, and Business delegates to join us at Barcelona in March 2018 for the 2-day power packed Gastroenterologists Meet.
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12th Global Gastroenterologists Meeting will be organized around the theme “Outlining the forefront research in the field of Gastroenterology”
Gastro 2018 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting-edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Gastro 2018
Sessions / Tracks
Track 1: General Surgery
General surgery is a multi-disciplinary area of surgery and healthcare that deals majorly with the abdominal and gastrointestinal tract. Surgeons dealing with general surgery expertise in Trauma, Laparoscopy, Colorectal surgery, Vascular surgery, Endocrine surgery, Transplant Surgery, Surgical Oncology, and Endoscopy. General surgery is one such branch of surgery that requires specific instrumentation and precisely specialized solutions. A general surgeon deals with the central core of anatomy, immunology, intensive care, metabolism, neoplasia, nutrition, pathology, physiology, shock, and resuscitation, and wound healing. A general surgeon is known to handle the diagnosis of a condition, followed by the pre-operative, operative, and the post-operative care, including complications during and post-surgery.
- Track 1-1Ano-rectal Surgery
- Track 1-2Appendicitis
- Track 1-3Bariatric Surgery
- Track 1-4Colorectal surgery
- Track 1-5Endocrine surgery
- Track 1-6Endoscopy
- Track 1-7Hernia
- Track 1-8Laparoscopic surgery
- Track 1-9Surgical oncology
- Track 1-10Transplant surgery
- Track 1-11Trauma surgery
- Track 1-12Vascular surgery
Track 2: Pediatric and Neonatal Gastroenterology
The gastrointestinal tracts of children are quite different from those of adults. Various treatments that are prescribed to adults cannot be prescribed to kids; hence the sub-specialty of pediatric gastroenterology was created, to overlook the kids suffering from various abdominal issues. Pediatric gastroenterologists, pediatric hepatologists, and dietitians together help children with biliary atresia, celiac disease, chronic abdominal pain, constipation, gastrointestinal conditions, hepatitis, inflammatory bowel disease, nausea, obesity, reflux, short bowel syndrome, and vomiting. Kids often suffer from chronic diarrhea and mal-absorption or cystic fibrosis. Neonates/ Newborns with congenital gastrointestinal anomalies make up one of the largest percentage of patients in the pediatric wards. The specialists needed to treat neonates comprises of the multidisciplinary team including neonatologists, pediatric gastroenterologist surgeons, and radiologists who provide care to the infants showing regurgitation, constipation, and diarrhea symptoms.
- Track 2-1Celiac diseases
- Track 2-2Pediatric hepatitis
- Track 2-3Pediatric endoscopy
- Track 2-4Pediatric Diabetes
- Track 2-5Omphalocele
- Track 2-6Obesity
- Track 2-7Necrotizing enterocolitis
- Track 2-8Malnutrition
- Track 2-9Gastroschisis
- Track 2-10Gastric infections
- Track 2-11Food Allergies
- Track 2-12Chronic diseases
- Track 2-13Cholera
- Track 2-14Short bowel syndrome
Track 3: Pancreatic Diseases
Inaccessibility of pancreas makes it harder to evaluate the course of pancreatic diseases. Even blood tests are often misleading; hence the specialists depend on radiographic and imaging tests like CT, MRCP, ERCP, EUS to detect pancreatic diseases. But sometimes, surgical exploration is the only way to evaluate the course of pancreatic diseases. Pancreatic diseases include pancreatitis, cystic fibrosis, exocrine pancreatic insufficiency, diabetes mellitus, pseudocysts, neoplasms, annular pancreas and pancreatic cancer. The hepatic-pancreatic-biliary disease affects the liver, bile ducts, pancreas, and gallbladder, thereby having a common symptom viz., jaundice, dark urine, and light stools. Hepato-biliary diseases include Liver cirrhosis, viral hepatitis, inflammation, cystic, vascular and metabolic disorders, gallstones, and gallbladder cancer.
- Track 3-1Annular pancreas
- Track 3-2Pancreatitis
- Track 3-3Pancreatic neoplasms
- Track 3-4Pancreatic cancer
- Track 3-5Pancreas divisum
- Track 3-6Hemosuccus pancreatitis
- Track 3-7Exocrine pancreatic insufficiency (EPI)
- Track 3-8Diabetes Mellitus
- Track 3-9Pancreatic cysts
- Track 3-10Cystic fibrosis
- Track 3-11Pseudocysts