Ends At: 17/09/2018
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Pulsus Conferences takes its privilege to invite all the participants to the 4th International Conference on Neurology and Healthcare scheduled during September 17-18, 2018 in Berlin, Germany which will ensure the gathering of many healthcare professionals such as neuro specialists, neurosurgeons, neurologists and pioneers from the field of neurorobotics.
Neurology 2018 serves as an emerging platform to discuss the recent advancements in neurology and healthcare which includes neurorobotics, deep brain stimulation, neurosurgery, precision medicine for neural disorders and more.
Neurology 2018 will be a grand event which is focused on the theme “Broader Outlook in the Field of Neurology and Healthcare” and ensures better advancements in healthcare for the future.
|Abstract submission opens||June 19, 2017|
|Registration opens||June 26, 2017|
|Early bird registration||March 12, 2018|
|On spot registration||April 16, 2018|
Track 1: Neuro Robotics
The principles of neural activity are introduced in robots for better goals. The system includes biological neural connection networks which are inspired by the actual nervous system.Neurorobotics is that branch of neuroscience with robotics, which deals with the study and application of science and technology of embodied autonomous neural systems like brain-inspired algorithms. locomotion and motor control mechanisms are inspired directly by the action of the human motor system while memory revolves around the patterns.Biological robots are specially designed to replace the amputated organs which could perform the same function as the original organ.The human-robot interface is basically the interaction between human and robot which includes artificial intelligence, language understanding.
- Track 1-1 locomotion and motor control
- Track 1-2 Memory systems
- Track 1-3Biological robots
- Track 1-4 Human-robot interface
Track 2: Neurosurgery
The most complex part of medical surgery which is done by the most skilled surgeons on earth defines the art of Neurosurgery. A neurosurgeon does this with his utmost care and skills any defect happened cannot be replaced. Many methods of surgery are present and they choose the perfect method. Microsurgery is the most adopted process of surgery where a neurosurgeon uses a microscope for the surgical process. Radio surgical methods describe the process of precise application of focused radiation on the target area predetermined by imaging techniques.Neuro anesthesia is mainly administrated for patients who are undergoing neurosurgery, hence it will be having adverse effects on brain and spinal cord continuous monitoring is preferred during the entire process. Any type of injury to the spine can be described as spinal cord trauma which could deadly dangerous.Brain hemorrhage relates to stroke where the artery bursts and kills the cells in the brain which also cause localized bleeding.Deep Brain Stimulation Surgery(DBS) is mainly performed for patients suffering from Parkinson’s disease, two electrodes are placed inside the brain as the patient remains awake during the surgery. A neurostimulator delivers electrical impulses to the electrodes to decrease the symptoms of the disease.
- Track 2-1Surgical Treatments
- Track 2-2Methods of surgery
- Track 2-3 Microsurgery
- Track 2-4Radio surgical methods
- Track 2-5 Spinal cord trauma
- Track 2-6 Deep Brain Stimulation Surgery(DBS)
- Track 2-7 Brain hemorrhage
- Track 2-8 Neuro anesthesia
Track 3: EEG in Neurology
Electroencephalogram (EEG) is the electrical activity of the brain which is obtained as different types of EEG waveforms(alpha, beta, gamma, theta). These waveforms differ for various activities such as sleeping, pain, stress etc….. sleep disorders are mainly diagnosed by this method.Encephalitis is a disorder which causes an inflammation of the brain which could also result in memory problems and can be found out by EEG patterns.
- Track 3-1Electrical activity of the brain
- Track 3-2Memory problems
- Track 3-3 Encephalitis
- Track 3-4 Head injury
- Track 3-5 Types of EEG
- Track 3-6 Sleep disorders