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World congress on Endocrinology and Metabolic syndrome, will be organized around the theme “Theme: "New guidance and experimental approaches in the treatment of endocrinal disorders and In Metabolic syndrome"”
ENDOCRINE METABOLIC SYNDROME 2022 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in ENDOCRINE METABOLIC SYNDROME 2022
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Endocrinology and diabetes is mainly an outpatient specialty but a number of patients require hospital admission for complex investigations or the management of complications. Patients usually have chronic conditions and management is holistic and long term often in a multidisciplinary team fashion Increasingly, hospital-based specialists manage diabetes patients jointly with generations in primary care and training has been adjusted to reflect this.
Diabetes mellitus is commonly known as diabetes, is a group of metabolic disorders characterized by high blood sugar levels over a prolonged period. Acute complications can include diabetic ketoacidosis, hyperosmolar hyperglycaemic state, or death. Indications of high blood sugar include frequent urination, increased thirst, and increased hunger.
- Track 1-1High blood pressure
- Track 1-2Diabetic ketoacidosis
- Track 1-3hyperosmolar hyperglycaemic state
Endocrinology is a part of science and medicament managing the endocrine framework, its maladies and its particular discharges known as hormones, development advancement and danger. Metabolic disorder is else called disorder X, insulin obstruction disorder, or dysmetabolic disorder. Metabolic disorder is a medicinal issue brings about development of group of conditions that incorporates, expanded circulatory strain, high glucose, and surplus muscle to fat ratio around the abdomen, and strange cholesterol or triglyceride levels that happen together, increasing your danger of coronary illness, stroke and diabetes. Metabolic disorder is firmly connected to overweight or weight and dormancy and furthermore connected to a condition called insulin opposition. Hereditary variables impact every single segment of the disorder, and the disorder itself.
Know your family medical history. Knowing your family’s medical history can help you use precaution and may help put off or even prevent disorders.
Eat a healthy diet. The best medicine for maintaining a balance body functioning is to eat a well-balance diet and maintain a healthy weight.
Minimize stress. Overstress causes the overproduction of hormones which may contribute to the endocrine organs not to function at optimum
- Track 2-1Dead in bed syndrome
- Track 2-2Diabetic coma
- Track 2-3Hyperosmolar hyperglycemic nonketotic syndrome
Diabetes is a main risk factor for cardiovascular disease (CVD). Vascular disorders contain retinopathy and nephropathy, peripheral vascular disease (PVD), stroke, and coronary artery disease (CAD). Diabetes also affect the heart muscle, causing both systolic and diastolic heart failure. The etiology of this overindulgence cardiovascular morbidity and mortality is not completely clear. Evidence suggest that although hyperglycemia, the hallmark of diabetes, contributes to myocardial damage after ischemic events, it is clearly not the only factor, because both pre-diabetes and the presence of the metabolic syndrome, even in normoglycemic patients, raise the risk of most types of CVD.
- Track 3-1High blood pressure
- Track 3-2Abnormal cholesterol and high triglycerides
- Track 3-3Lack of physical activity
- Track 3-4Metabolic Syndrome
Reproductive endocrinology is a branch of medicine that classifies and treats infertility in both men and women. It is a sub-specialty of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. The hormonal functioning as it indirectly relate to reproduction. Assessment and treatment of hormonal dysfunctions in females and males outside infertility is done. Reproductive endocrinologists have superior training in obstetrics and gynaecology before they undergo sub-specialty training in Reproductive endocrinology and infertility.
- Track 4-1Human Reproduction
- Track 4-2Fertility and Sterility
- Track 4-3Molecular Endocrinology
- Track 4-4Physiology of the endocrine pancreas
- Track 4-5Recent advances in genetics of diabetes
Genome technologies are changing all areas of biology, including the study of hormones, brain and behaviour. Annotated reference genome assembly are rapidly being shaped for many avian species. Here we temporarily review the basic concepts and tools used in genomics. We then consider how these are notifying the study of avian Behavioral neuroendocrinology, focusing in particular on lessons from the study of songbirds. We discuss the impact of having a complete "parts list" for an creature; the transformational potential of studying large sets of genes at once instead one gene at a time; the growing recognition that environmental and Behavioral signals trigger gigantic shifts in gene expression in the brain; and the prospects for using comparative genomics to uncover the genetic roots of Behavioral variation.
- Track 5-1Pathogenesis of diabetes
- Track 5-2Diabetic myelopathy
- Track 5-3Pathophysiology of hypoglycemia
- Track 5-4Alpha and Beta cells
Environmental endocrinology is the study of how the environmental circumstances experienced by an organism affect the endocrine system, as well as how the endocrine system regulates the interactions of organisms (e.g., behaviour) with their environments. The endocrine system comprise all of the tissues and glands in the body that synthesize and release chemical-signalling molecules referred to as hormones. Hormones are made by exact glands, including the pituitary gland, hypothalamus, thyroid gland, adrenal glands, pancreas, parathyroid glands, ovaries, testes, and pineal gland.
- Track 6-1Physiology of Diabetes Type 1
- Track 6-2Physiology of Diabetes Type 2
- Track 6-3Prediabetes
The hormonal system (called the endocrine system in medical terminology) has a range of glands that release different hormones. It's the way in which one part of the body (the gland) tells another part of the body (the target cell) to do something main. The endocrine glands manipulate reproduction, metabolism, growth and many other functions.
- Track 7-1Hypothalamus
- Track 7-2Pineal gland
- Track 7-3Pituitary gland
Cardiovascular disease: affects the heart and blood vessels and may cause fatal difficulties such as coronary artery disease (leading to heart attack) and stroke
Kidney disease (diabetic nephropathy): caused by injury to small blood vessels in the kidneys leading to the kidneys becoming less efficient or to fail altogether.
Nerve disease (diabetic neuropathy): diabetes can cause damage to the nerves all the way through the body when blood glucose and blood pressure are too high.
Eye disease (diabetic retinopathy): most people with diabetes will develop some form of eye disease (retinopathy) causing decreases vision or blindness
Pregnancy complications: Women with any type of diabetes during pregnancy risk a number of complications if they do not wisely monitor and manage their condition. To prevent possible organ damage to the fetus, women with type 1 diabetes or type 2 diabetes should realise target glucose levels before conception.
Oral complications: People with diabetes have an increased risk of infection of the gums (periodontitis) if blood glucose is not properly managed.
Foot damage: Nerve damage in the feet or poor blood flow to the feet rises the risk of various foot complications
- Track 8-1Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus
- Track 8-2Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus
- Track 8-3Gestational Diabetes
- Track 8-4Maturity onset diabetes of the young (MODY)
- Track 8-5Latent autoimmune diabetes (LADA)
- Track 8-6Neonatal Diabetes
Tumours can occur in any of the major endocrine glands, including the thyroid, parathyroid, pituitary and adrenal glands, and the pancreas.
Thyroid gland: About 90 present of all endocrine cancers develop in the thyroid gland (a butterfly-shaped organ in the lower neck).
Pituitary gland: A pea-sized organ attached to the brain, the pituitary gland produces hormones that influence growth and fertility.
Adrenal gland: The two adrenal glands, which reside just above the kidneys, produce hormones that regulate metabolism (cortisol), the stress response (adrenaline), blood pressure (aldosterone) and certain sexual characteristics (androgens).
Pancreas: Though the pancreas plays an active role in the digestive system, it’s also the source of important hormones, including insulin. Rare tumours can produce too much insulin or other related hormones, which can impact blood sugar levels.
- Track 9-1Steroid-induced diabetes
- Track 9-2β-cell Dysfunction
- Track 9-3Insulin Deficiency
- Track 9-4Ketoacidosis
Endocrine disruptors are chemicals that can obstruct with endocrine systems at certain doses. These disruptions can cause tumorous, birth defects, and other developmental disorders. Any system in the body well-ordered by hormones can be derailed by hormone disruptors. Specifically, endocrine disruptors may be associated with the development of learning disabilities, severe attention deficit disorder, perceptive and brain development problems deformations of the body that includes breast cancer, prostate cancer, thyroid and other cancers; sexual development problems for example feminizing of males or masculinizing effects on females, etc.
- Track 10-1Perfluorooctanoic acid
- Track 10-2Xenoestrogens
- Track 10-3Alkylphenols
- Track 10-4Dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane(DDT)
The metabolic syndrome is a condition categorised by a special constellation of reversible major risk factors for cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes. The basic, diagnostic, components are reduced HDL-cholesterol, raised triglycerides, blood pressure and fasting plasma glucose, all of which are related to weight gain, specifically intra-abdominal/ectopic fat accumulation and a large waist circumference. Metabolic syndrome is also promoted by a lack of internal adipose tissue, low skeletal muscle mass and anti-retroviral drugs. Reducing weight by 5–10%, by diet and exercise, with or without, anti-obesity drugs, significantly lowers all metabolic syndrome components, and risk of type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
Obesity is a state in which a person has excess body fat. Obesity can rise a person's risk of diseases and health problems, including high blood pressure, diabetes and heart disease. It is a intricate problem and a major public health concern, both in the United States and worldwide. Obesity is most usually caused by a combination of excessive food intake, lack of physical activity, and genetic susceptibility. A rare cases are caused primarily by genes, endocrine disorders, medications, or mental disorder. The view that obese people eat little so far gain weight due to a slow metabolism is not medically supported.
- Track 11-1Hyperosmolar hyperglycemic nonketotic syndrome
- Track 11-2Hyperglycemic Hyperosmolar Nonketotic coma
- Track 11-3Diabetic coma
- Track 11-4Dead in bed syndrome
The general consensus on treatment of type 2 diabetes is that life style managing at the forefront of therapy options. In addition to exercise, weight control and medical nutrition therapy, oral glucose lowering drugs, and injections of insulin are the conventional therapy
- Track 12-1Herbal Medicine
- Track 12-2Traditional Medicine
- Track 12-3Ayurvedic Medicine
- Track 12-4Aromatherapy
Metabolic syndrome is the name for a group of risk issues that raises your risk for heart disease and other health problems, such as diabetes and stroke. The term "metabolic" refers to the biochemical processes involved in the body's normal running. Risk factors are qualities, conditions, or habits that increase your chance of developing a disease. Most of the disorders associated with metabolic syndrome don't have obvious cyphers or symptoms. One sign that is visible is a large midriff circumference. And if your blood sugar is high, you might notice the signs and indications of diabetes such as increased thirst and urination, fatigue, and blurred vision.
- Track 13-1Risk factors associated with metabolic syndrome
- Track 13-2Nursing care and Paediatric
- Track 13-3Diagnosis, treatments and medications
With the many recent advances in the biomedical world, huge changes are taking place in our growing knowledge of the physiological aspects of almost all the tissues and organs of the human body. One of the most prevalent topics of discussion is the question of obesity and its effect on the metabolic changes in the human body. Obesity is the most stimulating health problems of the 21st century and one of the most common non-communicable diseases globally. obesity has also become a worldwide dominant. Obesity is a risk factor for the development of insulin resistance, with pancreatic beta cells compensating for insulin confrontation by augmenting insulin secretion. The failure of beta-cells is believed to cause pre-diabetes, a condition that can main to diabetes". Approximately 85% of people with diabetes are type 2, and of these, 90% are corpulent or overweight. obesity are major givers to various other chronic diseases such as coronary artery diseases, myocardial infarction, hypertension, dyslipidemia and a number of other complicated disorders.
- Track 14-1Weight loss Medications
- Track 14-2Metaflammation
- Track 14-3Dietary and Lifestyle changes
Apple Cider Vinegar
The primary compound in ACV is acetic acid and is believed to be liable for many of its health benefits Taking 2 tablespoons before bedtime can reduce your morning fasting sugar levels
Fiber and Barley
Eating fiberdrops blood sugar and insulin concentrations. The recommended volume of fiber is around 30 grams per day. Most Americans acquire around 6-8 grams, which is not nearly enough
Mainly found in brewer’s yeast, scarcity in chromium injuries the metabolism of glucose. Evidence supports chromium for low blood sugar and A1c levels.
Those with diabetes are usually found to be zinc deficient. Studies have shown zinc supplementation can reduce blood sugar and A1C, have an antioxidant effect, low blood sugar and even help treat some of the complications related to diabetes.
The sap of aloe vera is known for its purge effect. Therefore, validate to get the juice of the gel! There is increasing suggestion for use of the gel, which is the mucilaginous material inside the leaves.
- Track 15-1Ketonuria
- Track 15-2Proteinuria
- Track 15-3Anemia
- Track 15-4Complications of Diabetic Kidney Disease
Growth hormone (GH) may be a little super molecule that's created by the endocrine gland and secreted into the blood.
GH production is controlled by a fancy set of hormones made within the neural structure of the brain and within the internal organ tract and duct gland.The pituitary puts out GH in bursts; levels rise following exercise, trauma, and sleep.Under traditional conditions, additional GH is made at midnight than throughout the day.
This physiology is complicated, however at a minimum, it tells US that scattered blood tests to live GH levels as no meaningful since high and low levels alternate throughout the day.
But scientists United Nations agency rigorously live overall GH production report that it rises throughout childhood, peaks throughout pubescence, and declines from time of life onward.
- Track 16-1Proteinuria
- Track 16-2Causes & Associated Risk Factors
- Track 16-3Anemia