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5th International Conference on Pain Medicine and Pain Management, will be organized around the theme “Together We Learn; Together We Grow”

Pain Medicine 2018 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Pain Medicine 2018

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PM&R, otherwise called physiatry or rehabilitation medicine, expects to upgrade and re-establish utilitarian capacity and personal satisfaction to those with physical weaknesses or incapacities influencing the mind, spinal rope, nerves, bones, joints, tendons, muscles, and ligaments. A doctor having finished preparing in this field is alluded to as a physiatrist. Dissimilar to other therapeutic strengths that emphasis on a restorative "cure," the objectives of the physiatrist are to amplify patients' autonomy in exercises of everyday living and enhance quality of life.

  • Track 1-1Physiatrist
  • Track 1-2Neuropathic pain
  • Track 1-3Myofascial Pain
  • Track 1-4Fibromyalgia
  • Track 1-5Headache and Migraines
  • Track 1-6Low Back Pain
  • Track 1-7Eagle Syndrome
  • Track 1-8Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMD)
  • Track 1-9Pain Relief Products and Materials
  • Track 1-10Pain Medicine Aspects

In the practice of medicine (especially surgery) and dentistry, anesthesia is a temporary induced state with one or more of analgesia (relief from or prevention of pain), paralysis (muscle relaxation), amnesia (loss of memory), and unconsciousness. A patient under the effects of anesthetic drugs is referred to as being anesthetized. Anesthesia is freedom from pain. Each year, millions of people in the United States undergo some form of medical treatment requiring anesthesia. Anesthesia, in the hands of qualified professionals like Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs), is a safe and effective means of alleviating pain during nearly every type of medical procedure. Anesthesia care is not confined to surgery alone. The process also refers to activities that take place both before and after an anesthetic is given. In most of cases, anesthesia is administered by a CRNA. CRNAs work with your surgeon, dentist or podiatrist, and may work with an anesthesiologist (physician anesthetist). CRNAs are the advanced practice registered nurses with specialized graduate-level education in anesthesiology. For more than 150 years, nurse anesthetists have been administering anesthesia in all types of surgical cases, using all anesthetic techniques and practicing in every setting in which anesthesia is administered. Anesthesia enables the painless performance of medical procedures that would cause severe or intolerable pain to an un-anesthetized patient.

  • Track 2-1Neuraxial Anesthesia
  • Track 2-2Muscle Relaxation
  • Track 2-3Neuromuscular-blocking Drugs
  • Track 2-4Drug related Errors and How to Avoid Them
  • Track 2-5Anesthesia for Major Spine Surgery
  • Track 2-6Perioperative Management of the Hypertensive Patient
  • Track 2-7Labor Analgesia: From Natural Childbirth to Epidurals
  • Track 2-8Obstetrical Anesthesia Emergencies
  • Track 2-9Spinal Anesthesia for Cesarean Section
  • Track 2-10The Unstable C Spine
  • Track 2-11Neurotoxicity and Pediatric Anesthesia
  • Track 2-12Occupational Hazards for Anesthesia Providers

Opium is a highly addictive narcotic drug acquired in the dried latex form from the opium poppy (Papaver somniferum) seed pod. Traditionally, the unripen pod is slit open and the sap seeps out and dries on the outer surface of the pod. The resulting yellow-brown latex, which is scraped off the pod, is bitter in taste and contains varying amounts of alkaloids such as morphine, codeine, thebaine and papaverine. Opium is the base for many legal and illegal drugs. Legal opium-derived drugs are typically used for pain management, while illegal opium-based products include drugs such as heroin. Heroin is generally sold as a brown powder. Street drugs like heroin can be especially dangerous, because they are not regulated, and their strength and quality depend on how and where they were made and how they are distributed. The National Institute on Drug Abuse reports that 23% of individuals who use heroin become dependent on it. While heroin use is clearly dangerous, any opium or opiate use comes with risks.

  • Track 3-1Opium
  • Track 3-2Morphine
  • Track 3-3Cocaine
  • Track 3-4Cannabis sativa
  • Track 3-5Addictive uses & Toxicity
  • Track 3-6International Agreements & Laws
  • Track 3-7Treaties & Legislation

Pain Medicine promotes both the visibility and development of pain medicine as a worldwide interdisciplinary medical specialty within a multidisciplinary pain field and promotes the specialty’s collaboration with primary care and other health services towards a population-based approach to pain management for the public health. Pain can be managed using pharmacological or interventional procedures by using pain reliefs. There are many interventional procedures typically used for chronic back pain include epidural steroid injections, facet joint Injections, neurolytic blocks, spinal cord stimulators and intrathecal drug delivery system implants. The Management goals when treating back pain are to achieve maximal reduction in pain intensity as rapidly as possible, to restore the individual’s ability to function in everyday activities, to help the patient cope with residual pain, to assess for side effects of therapy, and to facilitate the patient’s passage through the legal and socioeconomic impediments to recovery.

  • Track 4-1NSAIDs & Analgesics
  • Track 4-2Paracetamol
  • Track 4-3Opioids
  • Track 4-4Opioid Crisis
  • Track 4-5COX-2 Inhibitors
  • Track 4-6Flupirtine & Cymbalta
  • Track 4-7Oxycodone/Acetaminophen
  • Track 4-8Acupuncture

Pain Management is a flood of restorative sciences that facilitates the agony of patients who have unending torment. The worldwide restorative gadgets advertise is relied upon to develop at a CAGR of 7.1% near 2012 and 2017 with income of $303 billion, by 2017. The pain management device market is required to develop at a respectable rate. Pain management has picked up essentialness during the most recent couple of years as it facilitates the sufferings of patients, which is the key driver for the market development. For instance, tech mammoth Google has entered the pain management market to create savvy contact lenses to screen glucose levels in diabetic patients. This will spare the patients from the pain of pricking their fingers for blood glucose test.

  • Track 5-1Acute Pain Management
  • Track 5-2Chronic Pain Management
  • Track 5-3Cancer Pain Management
  • Track 5-4Dental Pain Management
  • Track 5-5Physical and Physiological Approaches in Pain Management
  • Track 5-6Non-Pharmacological Approaches in Pain Management

It is estimated that over 95% of cases of orofacial pain result from dental causes (i.e. toothache caused by pulpitis or a dental abscess). However, some orofacial pain conditions may involve areas outside this region, e.g. temporal pain in TMD. Toothache, or odontalgia, is any pain perceived in the teeth or their supporting structures (i.e. the periodontium). Toothache is therefore a type of orofacial pain. Craniofacial pain is an overlapping topic which includes pain perceived in the head, face, and related structures, sometimes including neck pain. All other causes of orofacial pain are rare in comparison, although the full differential diagnosis is extensive.

  • Track 6-1Orofacial Pain Treatment
  • Track 6-2TMJ Pain & Treatment
  • Track 6-3Burning Mouth Syndrome
  • Track 6-4Oral Cancer
  • Track 6-5Oral Ulceration

Narcotics also referred to as opioid pain relievers are used only for pain that's severe and is not helped by other forms of painkillers. When used rigorously and underneath a doctor's direct care, these medications are often effective at reducing pain. Narcotics work by binding to receptors into the brain that blocks the sensation of pain. When used rigorously and underneath a doctor's direct care, they'll be effective at reducing pain. Antidepressant medication for treatment of depression as well as other different disorders that will occur alone or together with depression, like chronic pain, sleep disorders, or anxiety disorders. Antidepressants are medication used for the treatment of major depressive disorder and different conditions, chronic pain and neuropathic pain. Anticonvulsants, or anti-seizure medications, work as adjuvant analgesics. In different words, they can treat some forms of chronic pain even if they're not designed for that purpose. whereas the most use of anti-seizure medication is preventing seizures, anticonvulsants do seem to be effective at treating certain forms of chronic pain. These include neuropathic pain, like peripheral neuropathy, and chronic headaches like migraines.

  • Track 7-1Narcotic Pain Medications
  • Track 7-2Non-narcotic Pain Medications
  • Track 7-3Corticosteroids
  • Track 7-4Antidepressants
  • Track 7-5Anticonvulsants (Anti-Seizure Medications)

To a certain extent, medical practitioners have always been specialized. Specialization was common among Roman physicians. The system of modern medical specialties evolved gradually during the 19th century. Informal social recognition of medical specialization evolved before the formal legal system. The subdivision of the practice of medicine into various specialties varies from country to country and is somewhat arbitrary. Currently, there is no single field of medicine or health care that represents the preferred approach to pain management. Indeed, the premise of pain management is that a highly multidisciplinary approach is essential. Pain management specialists are most commonly found in the following disciplines: Physiatry (also called Physical medicine and rehabilitation), Anesthesiology, Interventional radiology, Physical therapy. Specialists in psychology, psychiatry, behavioral science, and other areas may also play an important role in a comprehensive pain management program. Selection of the most appropriate type of health professional - or team of health professionals - largely depends on the patient's symptoms and the length of time the symptoms have been present.

  • Track 8-1Chiropractors
  • Track 8-2Rheumatologists
  • Track 8-3Orthopedic Surgeons
  • Track 8-4Physical Therapists
  • Track 8-5Acupuncturists
  • Track 8-6Osteopathic Doctors

Based on application, the global pain management device market is segmented into neuropathic pain, cancer pain, facial pain & migraine, musculoskeletal pain, and others. The neuropathic pain application segment is estimated to witness the maximum growth during the forecast period, principally due to the presence of substantial clinical evidence in the favor of high efficacy of pain management device in neuropathic pain treatment, favorable reimbursement scenario, development of novel neuropathic pain management device, large patient population base, rising geriatric population across the globe, and side effects of drugs used to treat neuropathic pain.

  • Track 9-1Ablation Devices
  • Track 9-2Analgesic Infusion Pumps
  • Track 9-3Antimigraine Treatments

Perianesthesia Nursing could be a nursing specialty practice area involved with providing medical care to patients undergoing or convalescent from anesthesia. Perianesthesia nursing encompasses many subspecialties observe space and represents a various range of Practice environment and skill sets. Pain management nurses are typically thought-about to be perianesthesia nurses, given the cooperative nature of their work with anesthetists and the fact that a large proportion of acute pain issues are surgery related. However, distinct pain management certifications exist through the American Society for Pain Management Nurses.

  • Track 10-1Advanced Pain Management
  • Track 10-2Anesthesiology Pain Management
  • Track 10-3Alternative Pain Management