Past Conference Report
We wish to express our gratitude to the Moderators, Speakers, Keynote Speakers, Organizing Committee Members, Attendees, and Guests for their assumed presentations and for making World Gynecology 2022 an event to remember.
In a physical setting, Pulsus held an international congress with the theme "OBGYN Controversies and Innovations after Global Pandemic" called the "2nd Global Experts Meet on Gynecology and Obstetrics Care."
For World Gynecology 2022, a number of seminars, keynote addresses, and panel discussions were organised. The Coordinating Committee members, Scientists, Young and sage researchers, corporate delegates, and professional groups have all contributed actively and generously to making this Conference one of the most rousing and lucrative events from Pulsus in 2022.
The Organising Committee and keynote speakers who made this event successful are being congratulated by Pulsus. The World Gynecology 2022 Organizing Committee appreciates all contributors to the presentations, congratulates the winners on their outstanding accomplishment in the field of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and wishes them wishing them well in all of their future pursuits.
We are excited to announce the 3rd Global Experts Meet on Gynecology and Obstetrics Care, often known as "World Gynecology 2023," which will take place on March, 20-22, 2023.
Mark your planner: We hope to see you at World Gynecology 2023 in Paris, France.
Our next meeting will be World Gynecology 2023.
Manager of the World Gynecology 2023 Programme
We desire the honor and pleasure of your existence at the 3rd Global Experts Meet on Gynecology and Obstetrics Care is scheduled to take place on March 20-22,2023 in Paris, France.
This occasion, the theme of “Intending to Perceive the Expertise in OBGYN” will energise the participants, professors, and researchers in the field of Gynecology. We will provide fresh perspectives, convictions, methods, and strategies in areas where none of the other Conferences have been able to do so with a strong line up of keynote speakers, qualified participants, and interesting topics. World Gynecology 2023 invite you everyone to join the Conference, where the topics covered in the many theme sessions will be discussed.
World Gynecology 2023 pleased to encourage prospective writers to submit their original works to this important conference, where you can be sure to have valuable interactions with academics and experts from other Cultures and Countries.
World Gynecology 2023 which was given to you by PULSUS, orders the use of cutting-edge memos from well-known general figures, recognized experts, banner introductions, and unique gatherings that attract professionals in the area of Obstetrics and Gynecology. The goal of this Conference is to provide inspiring ideas that will push the field of Gynecology in the direction of the suggested directions. Despite careful introductions and chats, we hope to provide a chance to organise a workshop.
The main goal of this Conference is to reveal our participants to as much information as possible, so we make sure that it's not merely a mix of specialists like Obstetricians, Gynecologists, Oncologists, Paediatricians, Doctors, Clinical associates, Nursing associates, Nutritionists, Health care administrators, Advisors, ladies medical services experts, Clinical secretaries, and Understudies with a variety of options, information, and suggestions that will enable them.
World Gynecology 2023 is establishing its framework in Paris, France is to bring together and introduce the experts in Gynecology and Women's health by granting young researchers the flexibility to collaborate and network with experts in order to create a Global Organisation.
Hopefully, you'll be there when it happens.
Call for Abstracts
Session 1: Gynecology & Obstetrics
Gynecology is concerned with any illness affecting the fallopian tubes, cervix, uterus, ovaries, and vagina. Pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period are the main areas of concentration and attention in the science of obstetrics. Obstetrics and Gynecology, are combined as a restorative claim to fame. Gynecologists who focus on the health of women's reproductive systems are recommended. Female reproductive system problems are identified and managed. The Obstetrician discusses the difficulties associated with labour and makes sure that both mother and child are carefully led through each stage of pregnancy and delivery.
- Prenatal care and delivery
- Anaesthesia and analgesia for obstetrics
- Basics of Gynecological and breast illnesses
- Pregnancy, labour, and puerperium normally
- Fetal: Growth, Structure, and Functions
- Water birth
Session 2: Clinical Gynecology Oncology
A specialist area of medicine called Gynecology Oncology focuses on tumours of the female reproductive system. Gynecologic malignancies are treated by Gynecologic oncologists. Children with cancer are treated by Paediatric Oncologists. Children and teens are more frequently affected by certain cancer kinds. This includes leukaemia, Osteosarcoma, Ewing's sarcoma, and a few types of brain tumours. Some cancer types that are more frequent in youngsters can also affect adults. An adult may choose to consult a Paediatric Oncologist in following circumstances. Leukaemia, lymphoma, and myeloma are a few examples of the blood malignancies that a Haematologist-Oncologist may identify and treat.
- Ovarian cancer
- Vaginal cancer
- Cervical cancer
- Vulvar cancer
- Endometrial cancer
Session 3: Gynecologic Disorders
The irregular periods or uncomfortable cramps on a monthly basis might be problems that afflict many women, this does not mean that women must accept them as the norm. Menstrual problems to urine incontinence are only a few of the illnesses that can be treated with a variety of intervention techniques, both surgical and medicinal. In order to rule out any more significant Women's Health problems, you should go to your doctor if you have very painful cramps, intense stomach discomfort, heavy and/or protracted bleeding between periods, or while having sex.
- Cervical Dysplasia
- Menstrual Disorders
- Pelvic Floor Prolapse
- Pelvic Pain
- Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
- Uterine Fibroids
- Urinary Incontinence
Session 4: Advances in Obstetrics and Gynecology
Gynecology has recently advanced due to developments in imaging technologies, endoscopic tools, medication therapy, and scientific creativity. In response to their patients' higher expectations and more knowledge, who regularly seek out new and novel treatments on the basis of media attention and access to un reviewed material, such as the internet, advancements have also been made in Gynecologists attitudes and practices. Women's quality of life is affected by Gynecological issues in a variety of ways, which highlights the utility and significance of patient-assessed health status indicators for assessing the subjective severity and therapeutic efficacy of common Gynecological illnesses. Many conventional Gynecological procedures are being replaced by laparoscopic and hysteroscopic surgery, medical care, and expectant management.
- The hysteroscopic metaplastic.
- vaginal progesterone
- Prenatal screening without cells.
- Epidural pain medication
- Laser treatment for the vagina
- Vaginal fertilization
- Robotic Gynecological surgeries
- Virtual reality can reduce labour pain
Session 5: SARS-CoV-2 Placentitis and Perinatal death
SARS-CoV-2 placentitis is characterised by the combination of chronic histiocytic intervillositis, enhanced perivillous fibrin deposition, and villous trophoblast necrosis, which may lead to placentation. In a case series of 64 stillbirths and four neonatal fatalities linked to SARS-CoV-2 Placentitis, 100% of placentas tested positive for the virus but only 59% of stillbirth/new born body tissues does. There was no proof that the fatalities were directly related to Prenatal SARS-CoV-2 infection. Further research is required to ascertain the prevalence of SARS-CoV-2 Placentitis in COVID-19-positive pregnant individuals as well as the prevalence of stillbirths and Neonatal deaths in people with the infection.
- SARS-CoV-2 placentitis in placentas has been identified.
- Massive perivillous fibrin accumulation.
- Histological treatment of Severe acute respiratory placentitis
Session 6: Preimplantation genetic testing for polygenic disorders
Preimplantation Genetic Testing (PGT) is used to identify healthy three- or five-day embryos for Uterine transfer by using in vitro diagnostics to identify Aneuploidy and Monogenic diseases. Analysis of day 5 embryo biopsies combined with parental genome sequences provided highly accurate predictions of the postnatal genotypes relevant to 12 prevalent polygenic illnesses in a unique preclinical investigation of PGT for Polygenic disorders. Although this study offers proof-of-concept, it did not provide information on the risk scores' capacity to foretell disease manifestation. Further research is necessary to determine the therapeutic effectiveness of PGT in preventing polygenic illness in kids, as well as the consequences for fertility when there is a shortage of day 5 embryos.
- Polygenic embryo screening
- Evolution of preimplantation
- New approaches for multifactor implantation
Session 7: Maternal Malignancy
Malignancy in pregnancy is unusual, but with life expectancies generally greater than 75% and easier access to artificial insemination, more cancer survivors now consider pregnancy, especially with greater access to fertility treatments. Chemo and radiotherapy, as well as potential effects on foetal development and long-term outcomes, pregnancy outcomes and prognosis, are discussed when Malignancy is diagnosed during pregnancy or during pregnancies in cancer survivors. The unique circumstances of conception while taking tamoxifen and pregnancy in cancer survivors who had previously received Anthracycline treatment are underlined.
- Causes of Malignant pregnancy
- Drugs used to Diagnosis
Session 8: Prenatal HIV Patient
All HIV-positive expectant mothers should take HIV medications throughout their pregnancies for their personal health and to avoid perinatal HIV transmission. Any moment throughout pregnancy, delivery, or nursing, an HIV-positive individual can pass HIV to their unborn child. However, that doesn't imply you can't have kids. Antiretroviral therapy, often known as ART, is a course of HIV treatment that can prevent HIV from spreading to your unborn child while also safeguarding your health.
- Management of HIV positive pregnant mother
- HIV pregnant patient diagnosis
Session 9: Maternal-Fetal Medicine
Perinatology, or Maternal-Fetal Medicine, is a subspecialty of Obstetrics and Gynecology (OB/GYN) that focuses on treating maternal and/or fetal health issues before, during, and soon after pregnancy. Doctors who practise Maternal-Fetal Medicine (MFM) are experts in high-risk pregnancies and have a focus on the unusual. Our Knoxville doctors all hold OB/GYN board certification and have finished a three-year MFM fellowship. Prenatal medicine focuses on Fetal sickness and abnormality diagnosis, foetal health management, and foetal development and wellbeing monitoring. In order to avoid maternal and fetal death, illness, and impairment, fetal medicine is essential since the health of the mother and the fetus are inextricably linked.
- Care and delivery for pregnant women
- Evaluation and monitoring of the foetus
- Development of the embryo and foetus
- Fetal-Maternal surgery
- Advances in Maternal-Fetal Medicine recently
- Prenatal health and development clinical trials
Session 10: Urogynecology
Urogynecology is a specialty within Gynecology. There are roughly 40 or more international and national research institutes working in this field, and some universities also provide training in this field to women. There are roughly 60 universities that specialise in this field, and they receive funding from 10% industry, 20% academics, and 70% other sources. It is a surgical branch of Gynecology and Urology. Female Pelvic Medicine also refers to Urogynecology as a specialisation. Urogynecology deals with the diagnosis and treatment of female pelvic floor disorders and urine problems.
- Urinary tract infections
- Renal failure
- Vaginal and Robotic Surgery
- Advanced Urodynamic tests
Session 11: Prenatal Diagnosis
Before delivery, a Diagnosis is made during Pregnancy. Your doctor can use it to determine whether your unborn child has a problem. The Two Primary Techniques are Chorionic Villus Sampling and Amniocentesis (CVS). These tests aid in the early detection of Genetic diseases. Some parents have a higher chance of giving birth to a child who has a genetic condition or another issue. They may wish to think about taking one of these exams. Parents may benefit from being aware of issues before the baby is born.
Inspection using Ultrasound
- Prenatal MRI
- Sonogram of the foetus
- Sample Chorionic Villus
- Sample of Amniotic Fluid
Session 12: Midwifery and Gynecology Nurses
Midwifery work in cooperation with women, respecting their unique circumstances and viewpoints, to optimise the natural biological, psychological, social, and cultural processes of delivery and the early life of the baby. Midwifery is a way to caring for women and their new-born babies. provide midwife nursing care to help expectant moms through their birthing procedures. Follow-up Gynecology Nursing care should be given to new moms and their infants. Inform new moms about how to nurse, bathe, and clothe their children. Teach and inform moms about relevant new born healthcare Concerns
- Fetal care
- Breast feeding
- Advantages and disadvantages of home birth
- Immunization under Midwifery Palliative care
- Post-partum care
- Maternity care
Session 13: Gynecologic procedures
Gynecologic procedures can directly change sexual function by changing the female genital tract's architecture. In one research, 83% of the 50 women who underwent pelvic surgery for endometrial, vulvar, or cervical cancer reported having sexual issues, compared to 20% of the control group. 27 They also reported reduced desire for sexual activity and poor lubrication of the vagina. According to a recent study, the majority of the 179 women who had previously experienced invasive cervical cancer were sexually active. Compared to women who had not undergone Hysterectomies, those who had reported a lower frequency of loss of interest or desire in sexual activity.
- Cryosurgery for the Cervix
- Pelvic laparoscopy
- Laparoscopy of the uterus
- Cervical biopsy
- Dilation and Curettage
Session 14: Reproductive Medicine
Reproductive medicine is a branch of medicine that specializes on preserving fertility, identifying, and treating infertility and other reproductive issues. Reproductive medicine also addresses difficulties with adolescence, menopause, contraception (birth control), and specific sexual concerns. it also treats Gynecological issues that affect preparedness in women, along with their menstrual cycle, Ovulation, Pregnancy, and Menopause.
- Application of Regenerative Medicine
- Medical Reproductive Personalization
- Reproductive medicine biomarkers
- Hysteroscopy for Reproductive Cloning Before assisted reproduction technology
- Reproductive obstetrics
Session 15: Multifetal Pregnancy
When more than one foetus develops in the uterus simultaneously, the gestation is referred to be multifetal. Additionally, managing these pregnancies might be difficult for Obstetricians.Twins normally occur in nearly one in 250 deliveries, Triplets in about one in 10,000, and Quadruplets in about one in 20,000. Natural occurrences of Twins, Triplets, and Quadruplets occur in roughly one in 250 Pregnancies, one in 10,000 Pregnancies, and one in 700,000 Pregnancies, respectively. In the United States, there are around 33 pairs of twins for every 1,000 live births, regardless of race. While Hispanic women are less likely to twin, black women and non-Hispanic white women both share similar rates.
- Complication in multifetal pregnancies
- Types of multifetal gestational
- Multifetal diagnosis
Session 16: Menstrual cycle and Ovulation
Menstruation is the cyclical, regular shedding of the uterine lining brought on by the interplay of hormones generated by the brain, pituitary, and ovaries. The follicular or proliferative phase and the luteal or secretory phase can be used to categorise the menstrual cycle. The length of a menstrual cycle is the number of days that pass between the first day of menstrual bleeding in one cycle to the beginning of menses in the following cycle. Ovulation occurs when an egg reaches maturity and leaves the ovary. The egg is subsequently sent to the fallopian tube, where it is fertilised. There is a strong probability to conceive, which results in the development of an embryo, if the sperms are present in the tube when the egg is expelled
- Abnormal periods
- Treatment of menstruation
- Ovulation inhibition and induction
Session 17: Adolescent Obstetrics
Adolescent Obstetrics is the study of adolescent or younger girls who get pregnant, often between the ages of 13 and 19. It is technically defined as a pregnancy in young women who have not turned 20 at the time of delivery, regardless of whether the woman is married or is otherwise considered to be of legal age. Pregnancies among Adolescents are linked to lower outcomes. Social interventions may be able to mitigate some of these negative effects. Better results are seen when greater effort is made to address the demands of a particular demographic. Preeclampsia risk is increased in teenagers. It is unlikely that this risk will be reduced until the underlying cause of preeclampsia has been identified.
- Physical Development.
- Adolescent Gynecological issues.
- The Adolescent Gynecologic Surgery.
- Adolescent androgens
Session 18: Cosmetic Gynecology
Cosmetic Gynecology, which comprises experts in Gynecology, Urogynecology, Urology, and plastic surgery, has emerged as one of the elective surgery for women fields with the fastest expanding subspecialties. This area of particular interest involves both functional vaginal repairs to improve or assist in restoring sexual function following changes that may occur after delivery and/or age, as well as Cosmetic Surgeries to enhance the Vaginal region's aesthetic appearance
- Women's Vaginal Aesthetic Problems.
- Dryness of the Cervix
- Cosmetic Pelvic Surgery on Women.
- Radiofrequency Procedures.
Session 19: Infertility
The capacity to conceive a child spontaneously is referred to as Fertility. Not everyone has natural fertility. After one year of unprotected sexual activity, 11% of couples will experience infertility, which is the inability to conceive naturally. Not just women's health concerns affect fertility. Everybody may take actions to increase their fertility, and infertility can affect people of both genders. Here are some tips on how to boost your fertility, enhance the likelihood that you'll become pregnant soon, and lower your chance of experiencing infertility.
- Diagnosis and treatment of female infertility
- Ectopic fertilization and tubal infertility
- Surgery for the treatment of infertility and obesity
- Idiopathic Male Fertility Risk
- Using synthetic gametes and stimulating ovaries
- Evaluation and management of infertility
Session 20: Gestational Diabetics Mellitus
A hormone produced by the placenta interferes with the body's ability to use insulin, resulting in Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (GDM). As opposed to being taken in by the cells, glucose accumulates in the blood. If your blood sugar level during the screening test is greater than 130 to 140 mg/dL (7.2 to 7.7 mmol/L), the majority of doctors and nurses will consider it to be high. An extremely high blood sugar level (more than 200 mg/dL [11.1 mmol/L]) indicates a very high likelihood of Gestational diabetes.
- Signs of gestational diabetics mellitus
- Factors affecting GDM
- Treatment of GDM
Session 21: Spontaneous Abortion and Miscarriage
Miscarriages are highly frequent, occurring in up to 30% of pregnancies, according to estimates. While "spontaneous abortion" is a medical word for a miscarriage, terminology like "induced miscarriage" have been used to indicate intent to stop pregnancy. As a result, pregnancy loss is frequently misunderstood and confused with caused abortions. A spontaneous abortion is a pregnancy loss that occurs before 20 weeks of gestation. Unknown genetic disorders are the cause of about 50% of miscarriages.
Significance and Aim
Gynecology and Obstetrics, sometimes known as "The Science of Women," focuses on the female reproductive system, including puberty, pregnancy, delivery, postpartum, and menopause. From the first stage through the menopausal period and beyond, Gynecologists and Obstetricians must deal with a wide range of challenges. Gynecologists often conduct treatments such Dilation and Curettage, Hysterectomy, Oophorectomy, Tubal hysteroscopy, diagnostic laparoscopy, appendectomy, and cervical excision, all of which present a number of obstacles. Additionally, they had to calmly perform the risky process of birthing as well as treat both acute and chronic medical disorders. The worldwide Gynecologic device market is set to reach $2.1 billion in 2021, with mechanical uterine tissue removal devices experiencing the highest rise in demand. Despite COVID19, it is anticipated that the size of the worldwide market would rise during the projection period and surpass $3.3 billion in 2027.
According to investigations, there were 160 Maternal fatalities attributable to COVID-19, which have been reported globally, with the majority occurring in middle-income countries and acting as a barrier to the reduction of maternal mortality. Recent investigations from Sweden and the US have shown that Pregnant and Perinatal women are being put under increased risk of technical hitches associated with COVID-19, contrary to initial studies that suggested pregnant women were not at a higher risk of complications due to COVID - 19 infection. The Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) observed a greater risk of ICU admission and mechanical breathing compared to non-pregnant women in an examination of 8207 COVID-19 cases in the Obstetric population, even though a higher risk of death could not be determined. As part of a sustainable development goal, lower the worldwide maternal death rate to around 70 per 100,000 live births between 2021 and 2030.