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7th International Conference on Neurological Disorders and Stroke, will be organized around the theme “Developing Trends and Modern Diagnosis in Stroke Treatment & Prevention”
Stroke Global-2022 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Stroke Global-2022
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- Track 2-1 Epidemiology of cerebrovascular diseases
- Track 2-2 Hypertension
- Track 2-3 Cerebral embolism
- Track 2-4 Cerebral aneurysm
- Track 2-5 Transient ischaemic attack
- Track 2-6 Risk factors for cerebrovascular diseases
- Track 2-7 Technological advances in vascular surgery
Central nervous system disorder is a broad category of conditions in which the brain does not properly function, limiting health and organs functionality. The CNS disorders conditions include the result of damage from brain cancer, degenerative condition, infection, stroke, or problems rose from neurological factors.
Meningitis is the neuroinfection or inflammation of the meninges, surrounded by three-layered membranes of the brain, spinal cord and the fluid and immersed in is called as cerebrospinal fluid. Whereas, Encephalitis which is defined as inflammation of the layers of tissue or membranes covering the brain. While the complexity of the central nervous system presents unique challenges for developing novel therapies.
- Track 3-1Neuronal and axonal damages
- Track 3-2Cranial nerve diseases
- Track 3-3Cerebellum : Aging and cognitive syndrome
- Track 3-4 Coma: A state of unconsciousness
- Track 3-5Brain dysfunction and its type
- Track 3-6Brain: Infections and abscess
- Track 3-7Pathophysiology of CNS disorders
- Track 3-8Therapeutic advancements in CNS disorders
- Track 3-9Spinal cord disorders
- Track 3-10White matter diseases
Strokes happen fast and will often occur before an individual can be seen by a doctor for a proper diagnosis. For a stroke patient to get the best diagnosis and treatment possible, they should be treated at a hospital within 3 hours of their symptoms first appearing. There are number of diagnosis methods that physicians could use namely Physical examination, Blood tests, CT scan, MRI scan.
- Track 4-1 Role of Carotid ultrasound in diagnosis
- Track 4-2Role of Cerebral angiogram in diagnosis
- Track 4-3Role of Echocardiogram in diagnosis
Cerebral Hemorrhage is one of the types of Stroke. It is caused by internal bleeding of brain and eventually it kills the brain cells. Cerebral Hemorrhage is otherwise known as Brain hemorrhages, intracranial hemorrhages, or intracerebral hemorrhages. They occur for about 13% of stroke.
Depending on the location of bleed and the affected tissues, the symptoms of Cerebral Hemorrhage varies. The causes of bleeding of brain includes head trauma, high blood pressure, aneurysms, blood vessel abnormalities, Liver diseases and Brain tumors.
- Track 5-1 Risk Factors of Cerebral Hemorrhage
- Track 5-2 Therapeutic Advances for Cerebral Hemorrhage
- Track 5-3Diagnosis of Cerebral Hemorrhage
- Track 5-4 Rehabilitation of Cerebral Hemorrhage
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 behavior 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 wont 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.
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 7-1 Clinical Trails and Case Reports
- Track 7-2 Risk of Myocardial infraction
- Track 7-3 Inflammatory Risk Factors
- Track 7-4 Biomarkers in Ischemic Stroke
- Track 7-5Role of Carotid ultrasound in diagnosis
- Track 7-6 Role of Cerebral angiogram in diagnosis
- Track 7-7 Role of Echocardiogram in diagnosis
Stroke is the main cause of death in children in USA and the most paediatric stroke survivors will be suffering from neurological or cognitive impairments. Because of the plasticity of the brains of children, they recover faster than adults. A stroke survivor may be diagnosed with Epilepsy.
Based on the cause of the stroke, the treatments will be decided by the physicians. Constraint therapy is an old therapy, but it is now extensively used in the paediatric stroke rehabilitation. If the stroke is caused by the blockage, then blood thinning medications will be given. If stroke happens due to Sickle Cell Disease (SCD), then an immediate blood transfusion will be performed.
A physiotherapist can help with movement problems such as weakness or paralysis, spasticity (a stiffness that develops in the muscles after stroke) or muscle spasms. The therapist will assess and design a programme to improve muscle strength (which can reduce the risk of spasticity) and movement.
- Track 8-1 Frequent neurological assessments
- Track 8-2 Occupational Therapists
- Track 8-3 Speech and Language Therapist (SLT)
- Track 8-4 Pediatric Motor Activity Log
- Track 8-5 Pediatric Arm Function Test
- Track 8-6 Functional electrical stimulation
- Track 8-7 Constraint Induced Movement Therapy
- Track 8-8Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
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 9-1Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease
- Track 9-2Therapeutic advances for Alzheimer’s Disease
- Track 9-3 Prevention of Alzheimer’s disease
- Track 9-4Lewy body dementia
- Track 9-5Amyloid and Tau imaging
The ability of the Brain to alter at any age is referred to as Neuroplasticity or Brain Plasticity. The recent neuroscience research proves that Neuroplasticity is the basis for brain training exercises which revolutionized the brain health and science research. There is a great reception for Brain plasticity based therapies for many cognitive problems since it is a non- invasive treatment.
- Track 10-1 Synaptic Strengthening
- Track 10-2 Synaptic weakening
- Track 10-3Neurological and Behavioral Impairments
- Track 10-4Plasticity Induced Changes
- Track 10-5Traumatic brain Injury
- Track 10-6Cognitive Neuroscience
- Track 10-7Schizophrenia
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 11-1Heart disease and Alzheimer’s disease
- Track 11-2Hypertension and Alzheimer’s disease
- Track 11-3Acute Coronary Syndromes
- Track 11-4Rheumatic heart disease
- Track 11-5Hypertensive heart disease
- Track 11-6Cerebrovascular disease
Paediatric radiology (or pediatric radiology) is a subspecialty of radiology involving the imaging of fetuses, infants, children adolescents and young adults. Many Paediatric radiologists practice at children's hospitals.
Although some diseases seen in Paediatrics are the same as that in adults, there are many conditions which are seen only in infants. The specialty has to take in account the dynamics of a growing body, from pre-term infants to large adolescents, where the organs follow growth patterns and phases. These require specialized imaging and treatment which is carried out in a Children's hospital, which has all the facilities necessary to treat children and their specific pathologies.
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 13-1Stress
- Track 13-2Cardiovascular diseases
- Track 13-3Brain Injury
- Track 13-4 Interactions between heart and brain
- Track 13-5Heart failure
- Track 14-1 Alzheimers Disease
- Track 14-2Carotid stenosis and Cerebral aneurysms
- Track 14-3 Vascular Malformations of Brain and Spinal Cord
- Track 14-4Epilepsy
- Track 14-5 Cavernous & Arteriovenous malformations
- Track 14-6 Brain hemorrhage
- Track 14-7 Brain Tumors
- Track 14-8 Spinal Disorders
- Track 14-9 Parkinson’s Disease
- Track 14-10 Dementia
- Track 14-11Clinical Trails & Case Reports
- Track 14-12 Migraines and Headaches
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 16-1 Ischemic stroke
- Track 16-2 Hemorrhagic stroke
- Track 16-3 Transient ischemic attack
- Track 16-4 Causes of Stroke
- Track 16-5 Therapeutics of Stroke
- Track 18-1 Movement disorders
- Track 18-2 Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
- Track 18-3 Prion disease
- Track 18-4 Multiple sclerosis disease
- Track 18-5 Neurodegeneration treatment
- Track 18-6 Acute Stroke Management
- Track 18-7 Interventional Drug Therapy
- Track 18-8 Acute Reperfusion Treatment
- Track 19-1 Astrocytic Tumors & Brain Metastasis
- Track 19-2 Oligodendroglial Tumors & Seizures
- Track 19-3 Mixed Gliomas & Migraine
- Track 19-4 Germ Cell Tumors
- Track 19-5 Medulloblastomas
- Track 19-6 Neuro oncology and Metatasis
- Track 19-7 Paediatric Oncology
- Track 19-8 Radiation Oncology
- Track 20-1 Secondary-progressive multiple sclerosis (SPMS)
- Track 20-2 Primary-progressive multiple sclerosis (SPMS)
- Track 20-3 Progressive-relapsing multiple sclerosis (PRMS)
- Track 20-4 Acute attacks
- Track 20-5Incoordination of muscles
- Track 20-6 Relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS)
- Track 25-1 Care Practise: Neurology and Nursing
- Track 25-2Brain Nursing
- Track 25-3 Mental Health Nursing
- Track 25-4 Addiction Nursing
- Track 25-5 Neuro Nurse Practise Guidence
- Track 25-6 Neurovascular Nursing
- Track 25-7 Geriatric Nursing
- Track 25-8 Pediatrics Nursing
- Track 25-9 Advance Nursing Practice
- Track 26-1Minimally invasive surgery
- Track 26-2 Peripheral nerve surgery
- Track 26-3 Skull base surgery
- Track 26-4 Spine Surgery
- Track 26-5 Stereotactic neurosurgery
- Track 28-1 Neurogenesis
- Track 28-2Novel Tau PET Tracer
- Track 28-3 Advancing Human iPSC Models for Translational Research
- Track 28-4Pre-Clincal Translational Modelling in Neurodegeneration
- Track 28-5Developing Novel and Accurate Clinical Diagnostic
- Track 28-6 Drug Mechanisms and Treatments
- Track 28-7Disease Progression Biomarkers
- Track 28-8 Approaches in Alzheimer`s Disease
- Track 28-9 Stem cell transplants
- Track 28-10 Novel Therapeutic Targets
- Track 28-11 Pharmaceuticals: Brain power
- Track 28-12 Future research directions in Neurological disorders & Stroke