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4th Global Surgery and Transplantation Congress (715th Conference), will be organized around the theme “Innovations, Outcomes and New Technologies in General Surgery and Transplantation”
GST 2016 is comprised of 16 tracks and 125 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in GST 2016.
Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks. All related abstracts are accepted.
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General surgery is frequently performed to recover suffering when cure is unlikely through medication only. It can be used for routine procedures performed in special diseased cases, such as vasectomy, or for more complicated operations wanting a medical team in a hospital setting, such as laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Areas of the body cured by general surgery include the stomach, liver, intestines, appendix, breasts, thyroid gland, salivary glands, some arteries and veins, and the skin. The brain, heart, eyes, and feet, to name only a few, are areas that require expert surgical repair.
- Track 1-1Cardiothoracic Surgery
- Track 1-2Surgical urology
- Track 1-3Pediatric surgery
- Track 1-4Neurosurgery
- Track 1-5Head and neck surgery
- Track 1-6Bariatric Surgery
- Track 1-7Vascular Surgery
- Track 1-8Trauma and Critical Care surgery
- Track 1-9Oral & Maxillofacial surgery (OMS)
- Track 1-10Obstetrics and Gynaecological Surgery
- Track 1-11Endocrine Surgery
- Track 1-12Laparoscopic surgery
- Track 1-13Surgical oncology
- Track 1-14colorectal surgery
The Kidney is the most commonly transplanted organ from a living donor and the deceased donor transplantation is a transplant where the donated kidney takes from died person.Immunosuppressive medications that help suppress the immune system. Pediatric Renal transplantation is accepted as the treatment option for children with final stage of renal disease. HLA and ABO incompatible transplantations conduct in end-stage kidney disease individuals. Hyperacute rejection usually takes place within the first 24 hours after transplantation. Chronic acute rejection occurs months to years following transplantation.
- Track 2-1Living donor transplantation
- Track 2-2Current issues, Contraindications and ethical concerns
- Track 2-3Transplant Glomerulopathy- Causes and Treatment
- Track 2-4Post transplantation complications and cure
- Track 2-5Risk of Metabolic ailments with transplantation
- Track 2-6Combined Kidney-Pancreas transplant
- Track 2-7Pediatric renal transplantation
- Track 2-8Immunosuppressive medications- Benefits and Side effects
- Track 2-9Chronic, Acute and Hyperacute rejection
- Track 2-10Recipient and donor matching- HLA and ABO Incompatibility
- Track 2-11Patient selection and evaluation of donor
- Track 2-12Deceased donor transplantation
- Track 2-13Leukemia Stem Cell Transplantion
A stem cell transplant is a medical procedure in which diseased bone marrow is replaced by highly specialized stem cells that progress into healthy bone marrow. Stem cells are versatile cells with the ability to divide and develop into many other kinds of cells. The root for stem cell transplantation is that blood cells (red cells, white cells and platelets) and immune cells (lymphocytes) arise from the stem cells, which are present in marrow, peripheral blood and cord blood. Intense chemotherapy or radiation therapy kills the patient's stem cells. This stops the stem cells from producing sufficient blood and immune cells.
- Track 3-1Advances in Stem Cell transplant process
- Track 3-2Autologous stem cell transplant
- Track 3-3 Allogeneic Stem Cell Transplantation
- Track 3-4Multiple Myloma Stem Cell Transplantion
Intestinal transplant is a relatively new surgery for people whose intestines are failing. In some cases of severe Crohn's disease or other illnesses, most of the small intestine may be removed. Some people have so much of their small intestine removed that their bodies no longer can absorb nutrients (short bowel syndrome). Intestinal transplants carry a high risk of death during surgery and of complications, including rejection of the new organs.
- Track 4-1Advances in intestinal Transplantion
- Track 4-2Advances in small intestinal Transplantion
- Track 4-3Advances in large intestinal Transplantion
Islet transplantation is the transplantation of isolated islets from a donor pancreas and into another person. In auto grafts transplant the tissue from same person and in allografts transplant an organ or tissue from genetically non identical persons of the same species. Maintain diet and nutrition after pancreas transplantation, to keep pancreas healthy and after post islet and pancreas transplantation according to the immunological risk follow the immunosuppressive medications.
- Track 5-1Research spotlight: Islet transplants
- Track 5-2Pancreas islet auto & allo transplantation
- Track 5-3Limitations, Benefits and risks of pancreatic islet transplantation
- Track 5-4Role of Immunosuppressive medications
- Track 5-5Diet and Nutrition
- Track 5-6Pre & Post clinical issues on pancreas transplantation
- Track 5-7Clinical Trials on Islet Transplants
- Track 5-8New immunosuppression protocols
- Track 5-9Current issues, Contraindications and ethical concerns
End stage failure of organs the immune system is lacking ability to distinguish the existence of beneficial and harmful foreign pathogens. Immune system has developed effective mechanisms to fight foreign agents so these mechanisms are involved in transplant rejection. Graft-versus-host diseases are common problems in allogeneic tissue transplantation
- Track 6-1Basic immunology of transplantation
- Track 6-2Hypersensitivity and rejection
- Track 6-3Immunology of Transplant rejection
- Track 6-4Graft vs host disease
- Track 6-5Clinical Case Reports: Transplantation
Hair stem cell transplantation is used due to the damage of hair follicle and several modern approaches are using in trichology treatments and number of type surgeries are using in hair transplantation like androgenetic alopecia.
- Track 7-1Pre-operative assessment and planning for Hair transplantation
- Track 7-2Hair stem cell transplantation
- Track 7-3Surgical harvesting methods in hair transplantation
- Track 7-4Types of Hair Transplant Surgery
- Track 7-5Modern approaches in trichology treatment
Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation is the transplantation of multipotent hematopoietic stem cells, usually obtained from bone marrow, peripheral blood. In hematopoietic stem cell transplantation two types of grafts are there autologous and allogeneic. In leukaemia and cancer diseases stem cell transplantation can be used to restore with healthy bone marrow and patients who have blood disorders like lymphoma and other genetic boold diseases. After transplantation drugs are taken to suppress immune system so unfortunately that shows some side effects.
- Track 8-1Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT)
- Track 8-2Peripheral stem cell transplantation
- Track 8-3Autologous and Allogeneic Transplantation
- Track 8-4Alternative donor transplantation
- Track 8-5Integrated and disease-specific care
- Track 8-6Side effects and risks on Transplantation
There are selective criteria for potential lung donors due to the needs of the potential recipients, after lung transplantation several pulmonary infections like bacterial, viral and fungal infections will takes place. Lung transplantation is accepted therapeutic option with end stage lung diseases, several ethical issues are associated with lung transplantation process. Non infectious medical complications are arise from this lung transplantation and better supervision of medical complications leads to better long term outcomes.
- Track 9-1Clinical issues in pre & post lung transplantation
- Track 9-2Lung transplantation: Around the world
- Track 9-3Pulmonary infections in lung transplant patients
- Track 9-4Ethical issues in lung transplantation
- Track 9-5Recipient Selective Criteria
- Track 9-6Medical complications of lung transplants
Pediatric heart transplantation is important treatment choice in the end stage of heart disease in children. In heart transplantation some post-operative complications are there, those are infections, organ rejection as well as side effects due to immunosuppressive medications. Antibody mediated effects are major complications after heart transplantation, constitute a particular risks in allografts failure.
- Track 10-1Operative procedures
- Track 10-2Preoperative and postoperative procedures
- Track 10-3Aging heart transplant
- Track 10-4Pediatric heart transplant
- Track 10-5Complications of heart transplantation
- Track 10-6Antibodies effect on heart transplantation
In orthotopic approach replacing the recipient liver with the donor liver and in heterotopic liver transplantation, the recipient's liver is left in place. Indications for Liver Transplantation are Chronic Hepatitis, Cirrhosis. ABO blood type, height, weight, and chest circumference are obtained for recipient matching. Partial and split liver grafts are used for pediatric transplantation. Many ethical issues are associated with liver transplantation.
- Track 11-1Orthotropic and Heterotropic liver transplantation
- Track 11-2Risk evaluation and post operative outcomes
- Track 11-3Pediatric Transplantation
- Track 11-4Graft rejection and Immunosuppressive management
- Track 11-5Preoperative assessment and investigations
- Track 11-6Partial grafts and split grafts
- Track 11-7Clinical issues and Donor screening in liver transplantation
- Track 11-8Sources of Liver graft- Living and decease
- Track 11-9Indications for Liver Transplantation
- Track 11-10Current issues, Contraindications and ethical concerns
A blood transfusion is a harmless, common procedure in which blood is given to you through an intravenous (IV) line in one of your blood vessels. Blood transfusions are done to replace blood lost during surgery or due to a serious damage. A transfusion also may be done if your body can't make blood well because of an illness. During a blood transfusion, a small needle is used to insert an IV line into one of your blood vessels. Through this line, you receive healthy blood. The process commonly takes 1 to 4 hours, depending on how much blood you need.
- Track 12-1Stem cell transplant for cancers
- Track 12-2Stem cell transplant for Blood disorders
- Track 12-3Treatment for immune-deficiency diseases
Two types of transplantations are there in face transplantation, those are partial and full face transplantation methods, so many ethical issues are involved in face transplantation those are related to identity and psychological effects. A reconstructive transplant, also termed a vascularized complex transplant or vascularized composite allograft, is an operation that can comprise the transplantation of skin, muscles, nerves, blood vessels, and sometimes bone. This transplants facial structures which may include areas from the scalp and skull down to the jaw and chin to help return function that has been vanished due to trauma or malformation.
- Track 13-1Partial and full face surgery
- Track 13-2Ethics, surgery and post-operation treatment
- Track 13-3Dermatoplasty and related studies
Corneal transplantation is also known as corneal grafting, some new technologies are developed in corneal transplantation include limbal stem cell transplantation and biosynthetic corneas, developed bioengineering techniques to construct a corneal tissue for transplantation. Different types of keratoplasties include optical, therapeutic and cosmetic, using retinal transplantation to restore sight by replacing infectious cells in the retina with healthy cells.
- Track 14-1Cornel transplantation
- Track 14-2Types of Keratoplasty
- Track 14-3Retinal cell transplantation
- Track 14-4Synthetic corneas
- Track 14-5New technologies in corneal transplantation
- Track 14-6Using Bioengineering techniques to transplant cornea
Clinical studies on Transplantation comprise Transplantation research using human volunteers (also called participants) that is planned to add to medical knowledge. Clinical trials focus directly on improving survival for patients undergoing transplantation surgery. Such studies usually seek to outline the clinical status of the Transplant surgery.
- Track 15-1Clinical cases on Immunosupression
- Track 15-2Post Transplantation Management
- Track 15-3Latest advancements in Transplantation Techniques
The Transplant Survival Report displays an estimate of the number of patients who are alive after particular organ transplantation like heart, liver, kidney, lung, intestine, bone marrow transplant. Living donors are usually between 18 and 60 years of age and are often close relatives of the intended recipient. The prospective donor must have a compatible blood type, and in the case of kidney donation, tissue type, as determined by lab tests of the donor and recipient. The donor candidate is carefully evaluated by lab tests, a physical examination, and a psychosocial examination to ensure that the candidate is healthy enough to donate and that he or she is making an informed decision.
- Track 16-1Kidney Transplant Survival
- Track 16-2Living Donar LungTransplant
- Track 16-3Living Donar Heart Transplant
- Track 16-4Organ donation
- Track 16-5 Pancreas Transplant survival
- Track 16-6Heart Transplant survival
- Track 16-7Liver Transplant survival
- Track 16-8Double Lung Tranplant survival
- Track 16-9Lung Transplant Survival
- Track 16-10Living Donar LiverTransplant