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Global summit on Maternal, Infant and Child Health , will be organized around the theme “Bridging excellence in Maternal and Child health”

Maternal & Child Health Congress 2020 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Maternal & Child Health Congress 2020

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Prenatal tests (Pre Birth) are tests done during pregnancy to check a woman's health and her baby's. They can detect conditions that can put a baby at risk for problems like preterm birth if they're not treated. Tests also can help health care providers find things like a birth defect or a chromosomal abnormality.

This test includes a blood test and an ultrasound exam. It helps to determine whether the fetus is at risk for a chromosomal abnormality (such as Down syndrome) or birth defects.

 

  • Track 1-1Cell-free DNA testing
  • Track 1-2First trimester screening
  • Track 1-3Ultrasound
  • Track 1-4Chorionic villus sampling (CVS)

Preterm birth, also known as premature birth, is the birth of a baby at fewer than 37 weeks' gestational age. These babies are known as preemies.  Symptoms of preterm labor include uterine contractions which occur more often than every ten minutes. Premature infants are at greater risk for cerebral palsy, delays in development, hearing problems and sight problems. These risks are greater the earlier a baby is born.

 

Neonatal infections are infections of the neonate (newborn) acquired during prenatal development or in the first four weeks of life. Neonatal infections may be contracted by mother to child transmission, in the birth canal during childbirth, or contracted after birth. Some neonatal infections are apparent soon after delivery, while others may develop in the postnatal period. Some neonatal infections such as HIV, hepatitis B, and malaria do not become apparent until much later.

 

A person inherits a complete set of genes from each parent, as well as a vast array of cultural and socioeconomic experiences from his/her family. Family history is thought to be a good predictor of an individual’s disease risk because family members most closely represent the unique genomic and environmental interactions that an individual experiences

Epigenetics is the study of heritable phenotype changes that do not involve alterations in the DNA sequence. The Greek prefix epi in epigenetics implies features that are "on top of" or "in addition to" the traditional genetic basis for inheritance. Epigenetics most often denotes changes that affect gene activity and expression, but can also be used to describe any heritable phenotypic change.

 

  • Track 4-1 Nucleotide sequence.
  • Track 4-2 DNA Methylation
  • Track 4-3Alleles
  • Track 4-4Heredity

Children’s health and safety is about more than just their physical wellbeing; it also refers to their whole welfare. This means that early childhood educators think about more than practical health and safety issues in their day-to-day work. They also recognize that children will have differing emotional support needs and therefore deal with each child differently, respecting their individual life contexts.

 

Abnormally invasive placenta, also known as morbidly adherent placenta, is a broad term that describes abnormal adherence of placenta to the underlying myometrium. Clinical risk factors include placenta previa and prior uterine surgery, including caesarean delivery. The diagnosis and management of women at risk is not only based on clinical parameters, but also driven by imaging, namely ultrasound and more recently magnetic resonance (MRI) imaging.

 

  • Track 6-1Caesarean delivery
  • Track 6-2Abnormal adherence
  • Track 6-3Antenatal suspicion
  • Track 9-1Gravid uterus compresses
  • Track 10-1Maternal mortality ratio
  • Track 10-2severe bleeding
  • Track 10-3high blood pressure during pregnancy (pre-eclampsia and eclampsia)
  • Track 10-4unsafe abortion
  • Track 12-1Normal weight women
  • Track 12-2Underweight women
  • Track 12-3Gestational weight gain
  • Track 12-4Overweight and obese women
  • Track 13-1Early neonatal infection
  • Track 13-2Postpartum Haemorrhage
  • Track 13-3Hypertensive disorders
  • Track 15-1Pharmacokinetics
  • Track 15-2Postnatal development
  • Track 15-3Plasma protein-binding
  • Track 16-1 Postpartum Discharge information
  • Track 16-2Recovery from birth
  • Track 16-3Breastfeeding and parenting support
  • Track 17-1Genitourinary Disorders
  • Track 17-2Pediatric Gynecology and Sexual Abuse
  • Track 17-3Musculoskeletal System
  • Track 18-1Cot death
  • Track 18-2Crib death
  • Track 18-3Unexplained death