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Annual Congress and Medicare Expo on Trauma & Critical Care, will be organized around the theme ““Understanding Complexities and Evolving towards a Better Direction in Emergency Medical Situations”. ”

Trauma 2016 is comprised of 15 tracks and 113 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Trauma 2016.

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Most researchers have found that trauma patients older than 65 have a higher rate of mortality, longer hospital stays, more complications, common mechanism of injuries, and poorer outcomes than their younger counterparts. Patients on warfarin are considered at increased risk for traumatic intracranial hemorrhage .An intracranial hemorrhage (ICH) is a hemorrhage, or bleeding, within the skull. Many developmental changes that occur in older adulthood constitute stressors which includes diminished sensory capacities, decreased mobility, physical frailty, income shrinkage and financial limitations, loss of friends, social status, isolation, changes in housing, complex medical problems, ill health, retirement, widowhood, cognitive impairment or loss, and impaired self-care.

The estimates of traumatic exposure and vary Post Traumatic Stress Disorders and Treatment depending on the traumas and symptoms assessed and samples surveyed, in a community sample. Cardiovascular emergency medicine is a life-threatening disorders that must be recognized immediately to avoid delay in treatment and to minimize morbidity and mortality . Age was a consequential prognostic factor in multiple trauma patients who require neurosurgical operations. Neurological Emergency Care deals with the nervous system of life-threatening diseases, which involve the brain, spinal cord and nerves. Cardiogenic causes of pulmonary edema results from high pressure in the blood vessels of the lung due to poor heart function.

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  • Track 1-1Intracranial Haemorrhage
  • Track 1-2Fractures
  • Track 1-3Cardiovascular Emergency Medicine
  • Track 1-4Pulmonary Edema
  • Track 1-5PTSD Screening & Counselling
  • Track 1-6PTSD anxiety
  • Track 1-7Secondary PTSD
  • Track 1-8PTSD in children & Veterans
  • Track 1-9Advances in Post-traumatic stress disorder test & medication
  • Track 1-10Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders & Treatment(PTSD)
  • Track 1-11Neurological Emergency care

The field has made major advances in the areas of lung injury, sepsis, traumatic brain injury, and postoperative care. The paediatric intensives role is to provide supportive care during cardiorespiratory or multi-organ failure or recovery from surgical interventions or trauma that refers to a traumatic injury that happens to an infant, child or adolescent. It deals with the medical care of infants, children, and adolescents, and the age limit usually ranges from birth up to 18 years of age. It is an area within a hospital specializing in the care of critically ill infants, children. The risk of death for injured children is significantly lower when care is provided in paediatric trauma centres rather than in non-paediatric trauma.

The initial assessment is critical in determining the extent of injuries and what will be needed to manage an injury, and treating immediate life threats. The Adolescent care focuses on care of patients who are in the adolescent period of development, generally ranging from the last years of elementary school until graduation from high school. Issues with a high prevalence during adolescence are frequently addressed by providers. These include: Sexually transmitted disease unintended pregnancy, Birth control, abuse, menstrual disorders, acne eating disorders.

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  • Track 2-1Infant
  • Track 2-2Child
  • Track 2-3Adolescent
  • Track 2-4Traumatic injury
  • Track 2-5Paediatric Head Trauma
  • Track 2-6Birth Trauma

Medical specialty dealing with the care of all women's reproductive tracts and their children during pregnancy (prenatal period), childbirth and the postnatal period is Obstetric care. It involves a complex multi-disciplinary approach, yet despite huge advances in cardiology over the last few decades, maternal death from cardiac causes continues to rise, determinants of glucocorticoid dosing, diabetics and diagnosis of adrenal insufficiency in adults are the factors of endocrine metabolism. A reversible condition where in large vacuoles of triglyceride fat accumulate in cells via the process of steatosis is a cause of liver disease. Severe acute arterial hypertension can be associated with significant morbidity and mortality, although most commonly related to inadequate pain control.The severity of hypertensive crises is determined by the presence of target organ damage rather than the level of blood pressure.

Large scale studies of intensive care unit-acquired infections in developing countries infection control strategies to reduce these infections are essential. Hand hygiene is the most important component reducing the spread of infections. Illnesses, disorders, and injuries that involved in the nervous system frequently require a neurologist’s treatment that deals with the diagnosis of all categories of conditions and disease involving the central and peripheral nervous system known as Neurology  including their coverings, blood vessels, and all effector tissue, such as muscle. Substance which when taken into a body by one mean or another produces a condition of diminished mental and physical ability, hyper excitability, or stupefaction  in which Gastrointestinal decontamination, general approach to drug poisoning adults and management of moderate and severe alcohol withdrawal syndromes includes in intoxicants.

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  • Track 3-1Cardiology
  • Track 3-2Catheters and Monitoring
  • Track 3-3Endocrine and Metabolism
  • Track 3-4Hypertension
  • Track 3-5Infection
  • Track 3-6Liver Disease
  • Track 3-7Neurology
  • Track 3-8Intoxicants

The critical care approach focuses on the level of care that individual patients need at various points in their clinical course, rather than on beds and buildings. It encompasses the needs of those at critical illness risk,who have recovered as well as the needs of patients during that stage. Clinical decision rules are now widely recognised as best practice for an increasingly common presence in the biomedical literature and represent one strategy of enhancing and making with the goal of improving the efficiency and effectiveness of healthcare delivery. Diabetes is a medical condition in which there is little or no insulin production in the pancreas. Some of the rules which are concerned for the conscious and unconscious situations are: If the patient is unconscious,support the patient on their side and call for an ambulance and give the patient some sugar, still fully conscious and able to swallow, give a sweetened drink, chocolate or glucose sweets to suck – an improvement usually occurs within minutes. When the patient is more alert, offer a more substantial carbohydrate meal of a sandwich or several sweet biscuits. If unconscious,do not give the patient anything to eat or drink.

Emergency physicians often encounter patients suffering from burn injuries. Most are minor in nature but approximately 100,000 a year are true emergencies. The treatment of minor burns focuses on three primary objectives: relief of pain, prevention of infection and additional trauma, and minimizing of scarring and contracture. Airway injuries, trauma other than the burn injury, treatment of shock, and pain relief are of the highest priority, overriding the management of the burn wound itself.

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  • Track 4-1Clinical Decision Guides and Rules in Critical Care
  • Track 4-2Endocrine / Diabetes care in Emergencies service
  • Track 4-3Wound Care / Burn Care in Emergency Services
  • Track 4-4Development of Critical Care
  • Track 4-5Trauma informed Care
  • Track 4-6Primary Trauma Care
  • Track 4-7Trauma Care Mental health

The term complex trauma describes both children’s exposure to multiple traumatic events, often of an invasive, interpersonal nature, and the wide-ranging, long-term impact of this exposure. Since they often occur in the context of the child’s relationship with a care giver, they interfere with the child’s ability to form a secure attachment bond.  Early childhood trauma generally refers to the traumatic experiences that occur to children aged 0-6. Because infants and young children's reactions may be different from older children.When young children experience or witness a traumatic event, sometimes it is called, Sexual abuse, also referred to as molestation, is a forcing undesired sexual behavior by one person upon another. Alternative terms sometimes used include physical assault or physical violence, and may also sexual abuse. other type of abuse is Physical abuse  which is an act of a person involving contact of another person intended to cause feelings of physical pain, injury, or other physical suffering or bodily harm. In most cases, children are the victims of physical abuse, but adults can also be victims, such as in a domestic context. Refugee war trauma is from conflict zones which often continue to experience trauma from persecution, imprisonment, torture and resettlement for a long time. Thus, it is important to understand the challenges of refugee families and communities. In relationships and domestic situations, people use emotional, psychological and physical abuse to gain control over their partners and children.

Biomarkers provide a dynamic and powerful approach to understanding the spectrum of neurological disease with applications in observational and analytic epidemiology. Some categories of psychoactive drugs, which are prescription medicines, have medical therapeutic utility, such as anesthetics, analgesics, hormonal preparations, and anticonvulsant and antiparkinsonian drugs or for the treatment of neuro-psychiatric disorders, as hypnotic drugs, anxiolytic,some stimulant medications and some sleep disorders. Terrorism is commonly defined as violent acts intended to create fear, perpetrated for an economic, religious, political, or ideological goal.

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  • Track 5-1Complex Trauma
  • Track 5-2Management of Dementia problems
  • Track 5-3Biomarkers of Health Problem
  • Track 5-4Traumatic Grief
  • Track 5-5Terrorism
  • Track 5-6Sexual Abuse
  • Track 5-7Refugee and War Zone Trauma
  • Track 5-8Physical Abuse
  • Track 5-9Natural Disasters
  • Track 5-10Medical Trauma
  • Track 5-11Early Childhood Trauma
  • Track 5-12Domestic Violence
  • Track 5-13Managing problems in disorder due to Psychoactive Drug use

Blunt trauma is a physical trauma to a body part, either by impact, physical attack or injury. It is contrasted with penetrating trauma, in which an object such as a bullet enters the body. It is having variations like abdominal, kidney and splenetic trauma. The abdominal trauma comprises 75% of all blunt trauma and is the most common example of this injury. When blunt abdominal trauma is complicated by 'internal injury', the liver and spleen are most frequently involved, followed by the small. Splentic trauma occurs when a significant impact to the spleen from some outside source (i.e. automobile accident) damages or ruptures the spleen.

Treatment varies depending on severity, but often consists of embolism or splenectomy. In all the three abnominal, splentic and kidney trauma majority occurs in automobile accident victims, in which it is a leading cause of internal bleeding but the consequences are usually less severe than injuries involving other internal organs for the kidney trauma. So for personal protection, a equipment is necessary to protect ourselves from injuries caused by blunt impacts. Blunt trauma generally involves a balance between protection and function. During emergency response operations, to prevent heat stress, to perform necessary roles, tasks and actions, to maintain impact protection and coverage areas, wearing PPE (personal protective equipment) is necessary.

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  • Track 6-1Dental Trauma
  • Track 6-2Chest Trauma
  • Track 6-3Cystic Trauma
  • Track 6-4Renal Trauma
  • Track 6-5Liver Trauma
  • Track 6-6Blunt kidney Trauma
  • Track 6-7Blunt abdominal Trauma
  • Track 6-8Blunt Splenetic Trauma
  • Track 6-9Blunt Trauma personal protective equipment
  • Track 6-10Mental Trauma
  • Track 6-11Acute Trauma
  • Track 6-12Maxilofacial Trauma
  • Track 6-13Eye Trauma
  • Track 6-14Thoracic Trauma

The intensive care unit care of the trauma patient differs from that of other intensive care unit patients in many ways, one of the most important is the need to continuously integrate operative and non-operative therapy. Both invasive and non-invasive mechanical ventilation techniques are inherent to the care of most patients admitted to intensive care units. Artificial mechanical ventilation has substantially improved outcomes of children suffering respiratory failure, by maintaining adequate oxygenation and ventilation until the underlying pathologic process resolves. Simulation technique is used for the practice and learning that can be applied to many different disciplines and trainees. In emergency medicine simulation, it provides a valuable tool in learning to mitigate ethical tensions and resolve practical dilemmas. Endocrine and diabetics provides a global, authoritative, and independent forum for high impact clinical research and opinion covering all aspects of endocrinology, diabetes,obesity, osteoporosis, bone metabolism, as well as thyroid and lipid.

Ultrasonic devices are used to detect objects and measure distances. Ultrasonic imaging (sonography) is used in both veterinary and human medicine. In the non-destructive testing of products and structures, ultrasound is used to detect invisible flaws. A variety of imaging techniques such as X ray radiography, ultrasound, computed tomography, medicine including positron emission tomography (PET), and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to diagnose and/or treat diseases.Ultrasonography can detect pleural, pericardial and abdominal fluid, and is able to visualize ruptured parenchymal organs in which radiology imaging is used to diagnose and treat disease seen within the body.

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  • Track 7-1Ventilation / Invasive and Non Invasive
  • Track 7-2Simulation in EM
  • Track 7-3Intensive care
  • Track 7-4Endocrine / Diabetes evolution
  • Track 7-5Imaging / Ultrasound / Radiology

The practice of emergency medicine is an essential link in the care of the acutely ill or injured patients. The emergency medicine specialty is therefore a formal institution with standards of practice and training in which is a form of practice accepted by the lay-public as a medical resource specifically for medical emergencies; a practice and system of care in which the medical profession possess special knowledge regarding medical emergencies and actively participates in the care of medical emergencies.The evolutionary origins of traumatic insemination are disputed.Trauma itself seems to be an astonishing shape-shifter of a diagnosis, which is likely to see in any client’s anxiety, fear, mood swings, guilt and shame, sadness and depression, dissociation, irritability and anger, insomnia and nightmares, difficulty concentrating, chronic fatigue, bodily aches, substance abuse, eating disorders, relationship difficulties etc.

About one hundred years ago the world witnessed casualty numbers of epics proportions during the Great War.Major Divisions include tobacco control, cancer screening services, obesity prevention, cancer registry, diabetes prevention and control. Different levels of clinical policy include Level A recommendations represent patient management principles that reflect a high degree of clinical certainty. Level B represents patient management principles that reflect moderate clinical certainty. Level C represents other patient management strategies based on Class III studies. Prevention includes a wide range of activities known as interventions aimed at reducing the risks to health, such are Primary, Secondary and Tertiary prevention in which they together map out the range of interventions that are available to health experts. Emergency medical services provide immediate care to people with acute illness or injury, and are predominantly provided. Emergency care including ambulance and emergency department treatment is free to everyone, regardless of immigration or visitor status.

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  • Track 8-1Trauma-An International Perspective and need for change
  • Track 8-2The Emergence Of Civilian Trauma Care
  • Track 8-3Biomarkers evolution in Trauma
  • Track 8-4Evolution of Clinical Policy
  • Track 8-5Growth of Disease & Injury Prevention practices
  • Track 8-6Evolution and Growth of Emergency Medical services

Technological advances in diagnostic tests that are found in hospitals are now poised to appear in primary care. Many of these advances have occurred because of the speed, size and range of devices that can provide accurate measurements of a wide range of biochemical, microbiological, and haematological parameters. Glucometers transformed the speed and ease of obtaining accurate blood glucose levels, and urine dipsticks removed the need for microscopy in many patients. Advances in electronics have also made in-roads into general practice, with cheap and generally accurate blood pressure devices now widely available both in the practice and at home.  Evidence-based medicine (EBM) is a form of medicine that aims to optimize decision-making by emphasizing the use of evidence from well designed and conducted research. The term was originally used to describe an approach to teaching the practice of medicine and improving decisions by individual physicians.

EM technology An effective microorganism (EM) refers to any of the predominantly anaerobic organisms blended in commercial agricultural amendments, medicines and nutritional supplements. In the New technology of trauma. The liver is the second most frequently injured solid organ in patients with blunt abdominal trauma.  Advancing role in trauma technology Patient-Specific Computer-Assisted Monitoring Devices Trauma scenes.

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  • Track 9-1EM Research / EBM
  • Track 9-2EM Technology
  • Track 9-3Advancing role of Technology in Trauma
  • Track 9-4New Technology of Trauma
  • Track 9-5Intergenerational Trauma
  • Track 9-6Diagnostic Technology

Care Management is an emerging concept that refers to a set of evidence-based, integrated clinical care activities that are tailored to the individual patient. Sepsis or septicaemia is a condition in which your body is fighting a severe infection and is the major cause of mortality and morbidity in hospitalized patients. Medical toxicologists specialize in the prevention, evaluation, treatment, and monitoring of injury and illness from exposure to drugs and chemicals, toxicology include acute drug poisoning; adverse drug events, chemicals and hazardous materials; terrorism preparedness; venomous bites and stings; and environmental and workplace exposures. The pain-control techniques in which the pain management takes place include Analgesia and Anaesthesia. Analgesia blocks the pain, but does not involve loss of consciousness .Pain Contolled Analgesia is used for the management of moderate to severe pain when inadequate analgesia would result from oral analgesia. Anesthesia involves loss of feeling and may involve loss of consciousness. The pharmacology care management encompasses drug composition and properties, synthesis and drug design, molecular and cellular mechanisms, organ mechanisms, signal transduction, molecular diagnostics, interactions, toxicology, chemical biology, therapy, and medical applications and antipathogenic capabilities.

With rapid urbanization and mechanization, injuries are assuming epidemic proportions which include brain, spinal cord etc. Adequate sedation minimizes pain, anxiety, and agitation, reduces the cerebral metabolic rate of oxygen consumption, and facilitates mechanical ventilation. Emerging Infectious Diseases are conditions that have potential for significant harm to the patient if not recognized and treated promptly.

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  • Track 10-1Care Management in Infectious Disease / Sepsis
  • Track 10-2Toxicology Emergency Care
  • Track 10-3 Pain Management/ Analgesia / Anaesthesia
  • Track 10-4Care Management in Pharmacology
  • Track 10-5 Care for Medical Emergencies
  • Track 10-6Early Care Management of Injuries
  • Track 10-7Treatment for Infection in emergencies

Biological medicines are a group of newer medicines that are used to ease the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and reduce the damaging effect of the disease on the joints. These medicines are useful for the biological need for parental care in which the mimic substances are produced by the human body, such as antibodies.  Alternative medicine is any practice that is put forward as having the healing effects of medicine, but is not founded on evidence gathered using the scientific methods. Respiratory care is an allied health specialty which provides a wide range of therapeutic and diagnostic services to patients with heart and lung disorders. 

Clinical simulation is defined as “an attempt to replicate some or nearly all of the essential aspects of a clinical situation so that the situation may be more readily understood and manage when it occurs for real in clinical practice. There are many reasons why a person throws up or vomits. The most common reason is from a stomach virus (which is often called the ‘stomach flu’ by mistake – the real flu usually does not cause vomiting). People can become infected with germs causing diarrhoea and to prevent this, washing hands regularly with soap and water, Maintain a clean living environment and Laundry facilities should be available to allow appropriate laundering of clothes and bed linens.

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  • Track 11-1Patient Care in Biological Need
  • Track 11-2Respiratory Care in Emergencies
  • Track 11-3Alternative Medicine
  • Track 11-4Clinical Simulation
  • Track 11-5Vomiting or Diarrhoea prevention in Emergency Services

The need for self-protection runs deep, and these protections accumulate and become entrenched in proportion to the stresses on the organism. When people are strongly stressed or traumatized, they marshal defences that operate in layers which leads to vulnerabilities of emergencyEnvironmental challenges like Traumatic events in childhood increase risk for a host of social (e.g. Teenage pregnancy, adolescent drug abuse, school failure, victimization, anti-socialbehavior), neuropsychiatric (e.g. Posttraumatic stress disorder, dissociative disorders, conduct disorders) and physical health problems (e.g. heart disease, asthma).

The aims of International perspectives on spinal cord injury are to: assemble and summarize information on spinal cord injury, in particular the epidemiology, services, interventions and policies that are relevant, together with the lived experience of people with spinal cord injury; make recommendations for actions based on this evidence that are consistent with the aspirations for people with disabilities as expressed in the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. Health Administration or Healthcare Administration is the field relating to leadership, management, and administration of public health systems, health care systems, hospitals, and hospital networks. Health care administrators are considered health care professionals. In Information technology in trauma the Medical computerized clinical decision support systems (CCDSS) can provide guidance and recommendations for medical care based on patient monitoring and standard care procedures in many medical fields.

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  • Track 12-1Entrenched and Emerging Vulnerabilities
  • Track 12-2Environmental Challenges and Realities
  • Track 12-3Vicorious Trauma Care
  • Track 12-4Advances in Vicorious Trauma Treatment
  • Track 12-5Vicorious Trauma Trainee
  • Track 12-6Information Technology in Trauma
  • Track 12-7Administration & Healthcare policy

In mass casualty incidents involving explosions, 3 concentric zones are identified: Blast epicentre, Secondary perimeter and Blast periphery. Individually described as any survivors are probably mortally injured, survivors will have multiple injuries and most casualties will have non–life-threatening injuries and psychologic trauma, no rescue is required, and basic life support and self-help are needed. A natural disaster is a major adverse event resulting from natural process of the Earth; examples include floods, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, tsunamis, and other geologic processes. 

The consequences of fatal accidents are measured by the number of fatalities. There were three accidental fatal collisions between trains and road motor vehicles. The consequences of fatal train/road vehicles collisions are again measured by the number of fatalities. However, the ratio of fatalities and weighted injuries (FWIs) to actual fatalities for occupants of road vehicles is lower than in train collisions and derailments, because the proportion of injuries that are fatal is higher. Awareness and education has not helped curb the scourge of violence against women as the evidence seems to indicate that it is not only a chronic disease in society, but a communicable one as well. Toxicity categorized as Respiratory sensitizers which cause breathing hypersensitivity when the substance is inhaled. Specific-target organ toxins damage only specific organs. 

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  • Track 13-1Blast
  • Track 13-2Natural Disasters
  • Track 13-3Railway and Motor Accidents
  • Track 13-4Violence
  • Track 13-5Toxicities

Treatment intended to relieve or heal a disorder is therapy. The Informed Trauma Therapy realizes the widespread impact of trauma and understands potential paths for recovery, it recognizes the signs and symptoms of trauma in clients, families, staff, and others involved with the Trauma-informed approach which can be implemented in any type of service setting or organization and is distinct from trauma-specific interventions or treatments that are designed specifically to address the consequences of trauma and to facilitate healing. Trauma Systems Therapy is a mental health treatment model for children and adolescents who have been exposed to trauma, defined as experiencing, witnessing, or confronting "an event or events that involved actual or threatened death or serious injury, or a threat to the physical integrity of self or others such as in Stomatic therapy mouth injuries are common, especially in children, involving the teeth, jaw, lips, tongue, inner cheeks, gums, roof of the mouth,neck, or tonsils. Sometimes the injuries look worse than they are. Even a small cut or puncture inside the mouth may bleed a lot because there are many blood vessels in the head and neck area. Home treatment of minor mouth injuries can help stop bleeding, reduce pain, help healing, and prevent infection.  A treatment for diabetes in which blood glucose is kept as close to normal as possible through frequent injections is Intensive therapy which should be considered a vital part of the effort to treat bipolar illness. Emotionally focused therapy (EFT), also known as emotion-focused therapy and process-experiential therapy, is a usually short-term (8–20 sessions) structured psychotherapy approach to working with individuals, couples, or families. The Emotional therapy includes elements of Gestalt therapy, person-cantered therapy, constructivist therapy, systemic therapy, and attachment theory.

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  • Track 14-1Trauma Informed Therapy
  • Track 14-2Trauma Systems Therapy
  • Track 14-3Stomatic Therapy
  • Track 14-4Intensive Therapy
  • Track 14-5Emotional Therapy

Nursing is focussed within the health care sector to care for the individuals, families, and communities so they may attain, maintain, or recover optimal health and life. It is an advanced practice registered nurse who has specialized education and training in midwifery. Nurse midwives function as primary healthcare providers for women and most often provide medical care for relatively healthy women, whose health and births are considered uncomplicated and not "high risk," as well as their neonates. Trauma and critical care nursing focus on the utmost care of the critically ill or unstable patients. Critical care nurses can be found working in a wide variety of environments and specialties, such as general intensive care units, medical intensive care units, surgical intensive care units, trauma intensive care units, coronary care units, cardiothoracic intensive care units, and some trauma centre departments. Different types of nursing are cardiac, cancer, women and adult. The cardiac nursing works with patients who suffer from various conditions of the cardiovascular system. Cardiac nurses help to treat conditions such as unstable angina, cardiomyopathy, disease, congestive, myocardial infarction and cardiac dysrhythmia under the direction of a cardiologist.

Cancer nursing covers the practice of oncology nursing. Cancer survivors assume that stress plays an important role in cancer recurrence. Women and adult nursing manages acute and chronic medical conditions, both physical and mental, through history and physical exam and the ordering of diagnostic tests and medical treatments. However, midwifery role in public health is rarely acknowledged by the system or by midwives themselves. Midwifery practice and the maternity services hold a unique position in influencing current and future. Multi-ethnic community thus pose problems which raise fundamental questions about the organization of our civilizations in which the category of people who identify with each other based on common ancestral, social, cultural or national experience.

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  • Track 15-1Trauma & Critical Care Nursing
  • Track 15-2Cancer Nursing
  • Track 15-3Cardiac Nursing
  • Track 15-4Women & Adult Health Nursing
  • Track 15-5Emergency Nursing Midwifery
  • Track 15-6Public Health Midwifery
  • Track 15-7Midwifery in Multi-Ethnic Community
  • Track 15-8Midwifery Care