Abstract Submission opens:
February 20, 2019
Abstract Submission Deadline:
October 05, 2019
Standard Registration opens:
February 20, 2019
Standard Registration Deadline:
October 10, 2019
Gastroenterology 2019 provides a vibrant platform for sharing knowledge among the professors, gastroenterologists, physicians focusing on the New Research and Treatments. The workshops are designed for academia and industrial benefits who want to have updated knowledge on management and treatment techniques. The Conference gathers expert surgeons in the world to share their experience and guide participants to explore advanced surgical techniques.
The Gastroenterology 2019 invites abstracts related to the new scientific research in all the fields of Gastroenterology, liver diseases, hepatitis and its related aspects. Registrants are invited to submit an abstract for consideration for oral and poster presentation. In general we encourage more specific to the current research fields representing innovation and recent technologies. Abstracts received will be reviewed by scientific committee from aspirants and categorized as speaker talks and poster presentations.
Kuala Lumpur is the capital of Malaysia. Its modern skyline is dominated by the 451m-tall Petronas Twin Towers, a pair of glass-and-steel-clad skyscrapers with Islamic motifs. The towers also offer a public sky bridge and observation deck. The city is also home to British colonial-era landmarks such as the Kuala Lumpur Railway Station and the Sultan Abdul Samad Building.
Gastroenterology is the branch of medicine focused on the digestive system and its disorders. Diseases affecting the gastrointestinal tract, which include the organs from mouth into anus, along the alimentary canal, are the focus of this specialty. Physicians practicing in this field are called gastroenterologists.
Pediatric gastroenterology developed as a sub-specialty of pediatrics and gastroenterology. It is concerned with treating the gastrointestinal tract, liver and pancreas of children from infancy until age eighteen.
Digestive diseases are disorders of the digestive tract, which is sometimes called the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. In digestion, food and drink are broken down into small parts (called nutrients) that the body can absorb and use as energy and building blocks for cells. The digestive tract is made up of the esophagus (food tube), stomach, large and small intestines, liver, pancreas, and the gallbladder.
The human gut microbiome has been associated with many health factors but variability between studies limits exploration of effects between them. Describing several novel associations, highlight associations common across multiple diseases, and determine which diseases and medications have the greatest association with the gut microbiota.
Gastrointestinal bleeding (GI bleed), also known as gastrointestinal hemorrhage, is all forms of bleeding in the gastrointestinal tract, from the mouth to the rectum. When there is significant blood loss over a short time, symptoms may include vomiting red blood, vomiting black blood, bloody stool, or black stool.
Gastrointestinal cancers are among the most challenging cancers to treat. Patients not only have access to surgery, chemotherapy and radiation therapy, but also to innovative options, such as cryoablation, biological therapies and even supportive care services to help improve their quality of life. Possible spectrum of treatment options include Endoscopic, laparoscopic and minimally invasive surgery; Novel chemotherapy drugs; Interventional radiology; Functional imaging; Molecular therapies and immunotherapies; Pain management; Risk assessment, screening, early detection and prevention method.
Gallbladder diseases considered here include gallstones, tumors, and acute acalculous cholecystitis. Gallbladder stones are an extremely common disorder and are usually asymptomatic. Some patients experience biliary colic, an intermittent and often severe pain in the epigastrium or right upper quadrant, and at times between the scapula because of temporary obstruction of the cystic duct with a gallstone. If the cystic duct obstruction persists, the gallbladder becomes inflamed and the patient develops cholecystitis, an acute inflammation and infection of the gallbladder.
Parasites and viruses can infect the liver, causing inflammation that reduces liver function. The viruses that cause liver damage can be spread through blood or semen, contaminated food or water, or close contact with a person who is infected. The most common types of liver infection are hepatitis viruses, including: Hepatitis A; Hepatitis B; Hepatitis C.
Diabetes mellitus refers to a group of diseases that affect how your body uses blood sugar (glucose). Glucose is vital to your health because it's an important source of energy for the cells that make up your muscles and tissues. It's also your brain's main source of fuel. The underlying cause of diabetes varies by type. But, no matter what type of diabetes you have, it can lead to excess sugar in your blood. Too much sugar in your blood can lead to serious health problems. Chronic diabetes conditions include type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes. Potentially reversible diabetes conditions include prediabetes — when your blood sugar levels are higher than normal, but not high enough to be classified as diabetes — and gestational diabetes, which occurs during pregnancy but may resolve after the baby is delivered.
Barrett's esophagus is a serious complication of GERD, which stands for gastroesophageal reflux disease. In Barrett's esophagus, normal tissue lining the esophagus -- the tube that carries food from the mouth to the stomach -- changes to tissue that resembles the lining of the intestine.
There are a variety of disorders of the pancreas including acute pancreatitis, chronic pancreatitis, hereditary pancreatitis, and pancreatic cancer. The evaluation of pancreatic diseases can be difficult due to the inaccessibility of the pancreas. There are multiple methods to evaluate the pancreas. Initial tests of the pancreas include a physical examination, which is difficult since the pancreas is deep in the abdomen near the spine. Blood tests are often helpful in determining whether the pancreas is involved in a specific symptom but may be misleading. The best radiographic tests to evaluate the structure of the pancreas include CAT (computed tomography) scan, endoscopic ultrasound, and MRI (magnetic resonance imaging). Tests to evaluate the pancreatic ducts include ERCP (endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography) and MRCP(magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography). There are also instances in which surgical exploration is the only way to confirm the diagnosis of pancreatic disease.
Gastrointestinal Immunology mainly focus on differentiation of gut-associated lymphoid tissue, regulation of innate and adaptive immune cell differentiation and function, genetic and epigenetic factors regulating immune responses and inflammation. It also gives idea about the clinical research, clinical trials and epidemiology studies on gastrointestinal inflammatory diseases including but not limited to gluten-sensitive enteropathy, inflammatory bowel disease, and gastritis, malabsorption syndromes, diarrhea, gastric and duodenal ulcers and disease of the salivary glands excluding cystic fibrosis.
Neurogastroenterology is a subspecialty of gastroenterology that overlaps with neurology. The enteric nervous system is a collection of neurones that can function independently of the central nervous system (CNS). This article discusses the neurologic manifestations of gastroenterological disorders as well as significant gastroenterological manifestations of neurologic disorders. The CNS plays a role in the pathogenesis of some gastrointestinal disorders. Management depends on the individual disorder. Some general approaches to treatment of various gastrointestinal manifestations of neurologic disease are outlined in this article. Among the specialized procedures in development, transplantation of neural stem cells is a promising therapeutic approach for disorders of the enteric nervous system.
The main purpose of the gastrointestinal tract is the transport of food and the absorption of nutrients. Many pathologic conditions of the gastrointestinal tract impair either or both of these functions. The gastrointestinal tract, and especially the colon, is a common site of malignancy. The two main symptoms related to pathology of the gastrointestinal tract are abdominal pain and gastrointestinal hemorrhage.
Upper endoscopy, also referred to as oesophagogastroduodenoscopy (OGD), is a procedure that allows a doctor to examine the state of the upper gastrointestinal tract (i.e. the oesophagus, stomach and duodenum). The procedure will usually be performed by a gastroenterologist or upper gastrointestinal general surgeon. It involves the insertion of an endoscope (a long flexible tube with a camera at the end) into the gastrointestinal tract through the mouth. It can be done with the patient alert or under general anesthesia. Other techniques includes Capsule endoscopy, Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography (ERCP), Colonoscopy, Flexible sigmoidoscopy.
Gastroenterologists often order radiographic tests to help diagnose diseases of the gastrointestinal tract. Common complaints that may lead to such testing include abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, heartburn, diarrhea, and constipation, blood in the stool, bloating, weight loss, and abnormal laboratory tests. Fluoroscopy is an imaging technique that uses X-rays to obtain real-time moving images of the internal structures of a patient through the use of a fluoroscope allowing the images to be recorded and played on a monitor. Barium Sulfate is commonly used to allow for better visualization of gastrointestinal organs. Barium sulfate is a harmless chalky, water-insoluble compound that does not permit x-rays to pass through it. Taken before or during an examination, it causes the intestinal tract to stand out in silhouette when viewed through a fluoroscope or seen on an x-ray film. It is important to evacuate the barium completely following the study; a mild laxative is usually prescribed for this purpose.
Bariatric surgical procedures cause weight loss by restricting the amount of food the stomach can hold, causing malabsorption of nutrients, or by a combination of both gastric restriction and malabsorption. Bariatric procedures also often cause hormonal changes. Most weight loss surgeries today are performed using minimally invasive techniques (laparoscopic surgery). The most common bariatric surgery procedures are gastric bypass, sleeve gastrectomy, adjustable gastric band, and biliopancreatic diversion with duodenal switch. Each surgery has its own advantages and disadvantages.
In recent years, there have been incredible advancements in the gastrointestinal and hepatology space. These include innovations in colorectal cancer screening, capsule endoscopy, cures for hepatitis C and new biologic therapies, among many others. While these developments have been exciting and moved the field forward, the way we deliver care has remained largely unchanged. Today's healthcare delivery model centers around the 15 to 30 minute clinic visit, yet patients spend 99.9 percent of their lives outside of the clinic either at home, at work or at play. Having so few touchpoints can make it untenable for providers to gather months’ worth of information from the patient, make an assessment, and have an informed discussion all in the span of a short clinic visit. This is where digital health innovations, particularly smartphone apps, have the potential to change (and hopefully improve) the way we deliver care by tapping into the lives of patients when they are outside of the clinic.
Attendees would be active researchers, industrialists, scientists, associations, societies, PhD and post doc fellows, students, faculty, Subject experts and Entrepreneurs. Authors of accepted abstracts are pre-approved for registration. All other researchers must Sign up and register towards the conference.
A very limited number of spots are available for individuals in Keynote/Plenary positions. Some of the Keynote and Plenary Speakers will have an opportunity to chair any session during the conference.
25 Oral presentation spots are available for 2-day events. The individual speaker is allowed to present a maximum of 2 talks at the conference.
Who Can Attend
Researcher/Academic /Industrial / Clinical / Private / Marketing
Researchers actively participating in basic science investigations, clinical studies, or epidemiologic research.
Physicians & Scientists who have faculty appointments at academic institutions including medical school programs, or practitioners who are involved in patient care or counselling.
Industries related to pharmaceuticals, Manufacturing, Services, Clinical can achieve visibility and credibility, exhibiting at a trade show has hundreds of benefits for your business. Establishing a presence, whether big or small, for your company at an exhibition gives you a powerful platform for meeting new customers, reaching out to your existing clients, and building a more established and reliable brand.
Clinical takes advantage of the educational and networking opportunities designed for hospital professional.
Marketers from generating new business to staying current with the latest trends, attending marketing events, meetings, and conferences can be crucial to the success of a company’s or individual’s growth strategy. There are some key benefits for why marketers should consider attending networking events.
1. Build Meaningful Relationships
2. Stay Current with Trends by Learning from Powerful Speakers
3. Connect with Influencers and in Turn, You’re Target Audience
4. Get Fresh Ideas and Solutions for Your Business.
Various sessions in our Conferences:
Plenary Talk: A plenary talk of a conference which all members of all parties are to attend. Such a session may include a broad range of content, from keynotes to panel discussions, and is not necessarily related to a specific style of presentation or deliberative process.
Keynote: This is a talk on a specific theme which represent the whole subject of the conference. Keynotes are usually delivered by Professors, President of associations, MD and above.
Oral Presentation: A presentation is a process of presenting a topic to an audience. It is typically a demonstration, introduction, lecture, or speech meant to inform, persuade, inspire, motivate, or to build goodwill or to present a new idea or product.
Delegate: One who gains knowledge, comprehension or mastery through experience or study; someone who learns or takes knowledge or beliefs; one that is learning; one that is acquiring new knowledge, behaviour’s, skills, values or preferences.
Poster Presentation: A poster presentation, at a congress or conference with an academic or professional focus, is the presentation of research information, usually peer-reviewed work, in the form of a poster that conference participants may view. A poster session is an event at which many such posters are presented.
Workshop: A workshop is designed to teach something or develop a specific skill while an academic conference is about presenting original research and getting feedback from peers. A workshop doesn't necessarily have to present original research; it is directed more towards teaching and learning in an interactive environment.
E-poster: An e-Poster or digital poster is a digital presentation of research that is presented within a congress.
Video Presentation: Animated or recorded video describing a research or review topic. Video talks for usually not more than 20-30mins)