Track Categories

The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.

Anesthesia in critical care plays a pivotal role in ensuring the well-being and comfort of patients undergoing surgical procedures or facing life-threatening conditions. Critical care anesthesia focuses on providing anesthesia services to patients in intensive care units (ICUs) and other critical care settings. Researchers are working on developing novel anesthetic agents with improved safety profiles and investigating the role of artificial intelligence in precise drug delivery. This session delves into the perioperative care of critically ill patients, covering topics like fluid management, hemodynamic monitoring, and individualized anesthesia plans for complex cases.


General anesthesia, a medical marvel that has transformed the landscape of surgical procedures and critical care, remains an enigmatic realm of science. Researchers are exploring new drug formulations and combinations to induce and maintain anesthesia with fewer side effects, shorter recovery times, and improved safety profiles. This session often focuses on advancements in anesthetic drugs, monitoring devices, and techniques.


Anesthetic Clinical Pharmacology combines the principles of pharmacology and anesthesiology, aiming to understand the interactions between drugs and the human body, especially concerning pain management and anesthesia. Researchers are investigating the use of anesthetic drugs for pain control, particularly in chronic pain conditions, using techniques like epidural infusions and patient-controlled analgesia. This session explores drug interactions, dosing strategies, and factors influencing the response to anesthetics.


Cardiovascular anesthesia focuses on the perioperative care of patients undergoing cardiac surgery or other procedures that involve the cardiovascular system. It requires a unique set of skills and knowledge to ensure the safety and well-being of patients during these complex and often high-risk procedures. Researchers are investigating less invasive approaches to cardiovascular surgeries, such as transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) and minimally invasive coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG). This session involves a thorough assessment of the patient's medical history, current health status, and any potential risks or complications associated with the cardiovascular surgery.


Pediatric anesthesia is a specialized field of medicine that focuses on providing safe and effective anesthesia care to children of all ages, from neonates to adolescents. The unique nature of pediatric patients, with their varying developmental stages, distinct anatomical differences, and unique physiological responses, necessitates a specialized approach to anesthesia. Researchers are studying the implementation of ERAS protocols in pediatric surgery, aiming to reduce the length of hospital stays and improve overall outcomes. This session discusses the latest research on pediatric drug dosages and their implications for safe anesthesia.


The fields of surgery and anesthesia have witnessed remarkable advancements in recent years, transforming the way healthcare professionals approach patient care. Surgical procedures are becoming increasingly precise and minimally invasive, while anesthesia techniques are evolving to ensure patient safety and comfort. Recent research has focused on refining anesthesia drugs and techniques to reduce side effects and enhance patient safety. This session will delve into the latest advancements in surgical procedures, including minimally invasive techniques, robotic surgery, and precision medicine.


Neuroanesthesia is a captivating and demanding field that delves deep into the intricate world of the brain and nervous system. This specialized discipline plays a pivotal role in ensuring the safety and success of surgical procedures involving the brain and spine. Researchers are exploring anesthetics that offer neuroprotective properties, aiming to minimize the impact of surgery on the brain. This session focuses on pharmacological agents used in neuroanesthesia, including neuromuscular blockers and reversal agents, analgesics, and drugs to control blood pressure.


Anesthetic management is a vital component of modern healthcare, ensuring the comfort, safety, and well-being of patients undergoing various medical procedures. This multidisciplinary field has witnessed significant advancements in recent years, reflecting a commitment to improving patient outcomes and minimizing risks associated with anesthesia. Researchers are exploring AI applications to predict patient responses to anesthesia and optimize drug dosages in real time, reducing the risk of complications. This session covers the latest advancements in anesthesia, including regional anesthesia, intravenous agents, and inhalational gases.


Thoracic anesthesia is a specialized field within the realm of anesthesiology that focuses on the administration of anesthesia for surgical procedures involving the chest, particularly the thoracic cavity. This field requires a deep understanding of both the intricacies of anesthesia and the complexities of thoracic surgery, making it a crucial component of modern medicine. Researchers are investigating genetic and molecular markers to predict individual responses to anesthesia drugs. This session covers multimodal analgesic approaches, including regional anesthesia, opioids sparing techniques, and novel pharmacological agents.


Ambulatory anesthesia focuses on providing safe and effective anesthesia for patients undergoing minimally invasive procedures with the goal of allowing them to return home on the same day. Researchers are exploring the customization of anesthesia administration based on individual patient factors, such as genetics, to optimize the effectiveness and safety of ambulatory procedures. This session may delve into latest advancements, research findings, and clinical guidelines in the field of ambulatory anesthesia.


Obstetric anesthesia is a specialized field of anesthesiology that focuses on providing pain relief and ensuring the safety and comfort of expectant mothers during childbirth. This critical aspect of maternal care ensures the comort and well-being of expectant mothers while safeguarding the health of their newborns. Researchers are investigating the challenges and solutions for providing anesthesia to pregnant women with pre-existing medical conditions, such as cardiac or neurological disorders. This session emphasizes the importance of evaluating the mother's health and tailoring anesthesia plans accordingly.


Regional anesthesia is a dynamic and evolving field within the realm of medical science, offering patients a safer and more effective alternative to general anesthesia. This approach involves the precise administration of anesthetic agents to block pain sensation in specific regions of the body. Researchers are now investigating how remote guidance and monitoring can enhance the safety and effectiveness of regional anesthesia procedures. This session discusses the use of ultrasound for improved accuracy and safety when performing nerve blocks and other regional anesthesia procedures.


Geriatric anesthesia is a dynamic field that seeks to address the unique needs and challenges of aging patients undergoing surgery. Researchers are working on improving pain management strategies in older patients. This includes investigating the use of multimodal pain management techniques to reduce opioid consumption and minimize side effects. This session focuses on the integration of monitoring technologies and innovative safety measures to ensure optimal outcomes for elderly patients.


Airway management is a critical aspect of medical care, focusing on the assessment and maintenance of a patient's airway to ensure the uninterrupted flow of oxygen. It plays a pivotal role in various medical settings, from emergency rooms and operating theaters to intensive care units and pre-hospital care. Researchers are investigating novel pharmaceutical agents for airway management, including drugs to reduce airway inflammation and improve bronchodilation. This session addresses challenging situations where intubation or airway management is complicated due to anatomical variations or other factors.


Spinal anesthesia is a widely used medical technique for pain management during surgeries and other medical procedures. It involves injecting anesthetic medication into the subarachnoid space, providing effective and efficient pain relief. Researchers are investigating the impact of patient positioning during spinal anesthesia administration, aiming to reduce complications such as PDPH and nerve damage. This session will focus on post-dural puncture headache (PDPH), nerve damage, infection, bleeding, and unintended high or low block levels.


Anesthesia in pain treatment is a critical field of medical science that continuously evolves to provide innovative solutions for patients suffering from chronic and acute pain. This dynamic field encompasses a range of techniques and technologies designed to alleviate discomfort, improve the quality of life, and enhance the overall well-being of individuals. Researchers are investigating individualized dosing strategies based on genetic factors and patient characteristics. This session provides an overview of different pain management techniques, emphasizing the role of anesthesia in pain relief.


Anesthesia drugs play a pivotal role in modern medicine, ensuring patients undergo surgeries and medical procedures with minimal discomfort. One critical aspect of anesthesia administration is its impact on Intraocular Pressure (IOP). Researchers are exploring how different anesthesia drugs, such as propofol, sevoflurane, and dexmedetomidine, influence IOP. This session covers the fundamental principles of how anesthesia drugs can affect IOP. It discusses the different types of anesthesia, such as general, regional, and local, and their respective impacts on IOP.


Anesthesia medical devices have revolutionized the way healthcare professionals administer anesthesia, making surgical procedures safer and more efficient. These devices play a crucial role in ensuring patient comfort and safety during surgery. Researchers are exploring the integration of artificial intelligence and machine learning to create smart anesthesia delivery systems that can adapt in real-time based on patient responses and vital signs. This session will delve into the latest developments in precision anesthesia delivery systems, ensuring accurate dosing and minimizing the risks associated with anesthesia administration.


Acute pain medicine is a dynamic and evolving field that addresses the management and relief of short-term, intense pain. It plays a crucial role in improving the quality of life for patients recovering from surgery, trauma, or acute medical conditions. Researchers are investigating the molecular and cellular pathways that underlie acute and neuropathic pain. This session examines the latest developments in medication-based pain management, covering traditional opioids, non-opioid alternatives, and various adjuvant medications.


Chronic pain affects millions of people worldwide, impacting their quality of life and overall well-being. In the pursuit of effective treatments, medical professionals and researchers continually explore innovative approaches and the latest advancements in chronic pain medicine. Researchers are exploring anti-inflammatory agents and immunomodulatory therapies to target neuroinflammatory pathways, potentially providing novel avenues for pain management. This session delves into the use of medications to manage chronic pain, including opioids, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), and adjuvant drugs.


Pediatric pain management is a critical area of healthcare that demands continuous research, innovation, and compassionate care. Addressing the unique needs of young patients requires a specialized approach, integrating the latest scientific advancements and a deep understanding of pediatric physiology. Researchers are investigating genetic factors contributing to pain sensitivity in children. This session emphasizes the importance of non-pharmacological approaches to pediatric pain management, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, relaxation techniques, and distraction therapy.


Pain psychology is a multifaceted field that delves deep into the intricate relationship between the mind and the experience of physical pain. It seeks to unravel the mysteries of how our thoughts, emotions, and behaviors impact the way we perceive and cope with pain. Researchers are investigating the effectiveness of interventions like acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and virtual reality-based treatments in managing chronic pain. This session delves into the role of emotions, stress, and cognitive processes in pain perception.


Pain is a complex and subjective experience that has intrigued scientists and healthcare professionals for centuries. To address this multifaceted issue, researchers have delved deep into the mechanisms of pain and the development of analgesic treatments. Researchers are uncovering the role of neuroinflammation in pain conditions, leading to the development of anti-inflammatory drugs that may complement traditional analgesics. Sessions in this category delve into the psychological aspects of pain, including how emotions, stress, and past experiences can impact pain perception.


Pain Management and Rehabilitation have emerged as critical fields in healthcare, focusing on alleviating pain, improving function, and enhancing the overall quality of life for individuals dealing with acute or chronic pain conditions. Researchers are delving into genetic factors influencing pain perception, paving the way for personalized pain management strategies based on individual genetic profiles. This session covers minimally invasive procedures like nerve blocks, epidural injections, and radiofrequency ablation, which can provide immediate relief and serve as important diagnostic tools.


Physiological approaches in pain medicine represent a promising frontier, delving into the intricate mechanisms of the human body to understand and alleviate pain. In recent years, the field has witnessed remarkable advancements, leading to innovative techniques and treatments that offer relief to millions. This session will unravel the mysteries of pain perception in the brain, exploring neural pathways, neurotransmitters, and how the brain processes pain signals. Recent research has highlighted the genetic factors influencing an individual's pain threshold and response to pain medications.


Neuropathic pain, a debilitating condition resulting from damage or malfunction in the nervous system, continues to pose significant challenges to healthcare professionals and researchers alike. In the pursuit of innovative solutions, the field of neuropathic pain management is constantly evolving. Researchers are investigating how immune cells and signaling pathways contribute to pain and exploring novel immunomodulatory approaches for treatment. This session will focus on the latest developments in personalized medicine, exploring genetic and molecular markers that aid in customizing treatment plans.


Cancer pain is one of the most debilitating aspects of cancer, affecting the quality of life for millions of patients worldwide. Managing cancer-related pain is a critical component of cancer care, and it requires a multi-faceted approach that combines pharmacological, interventional, and holistic therapies. Researchers are exploring genetic and molecular profiling to tailor pain medication regimens to individual patients, improving efficacy and minimizing side effects. This session will delve into the development of nanoscale drug delivery systems capable of targeting cancer pain at the cellular level, ensuring precise drug release and reducing side effects.


Anesthesia and Pain Medicine Case Studies form an integral part of the medical field, shedding light on unique patient scenarios, innovative treatment approaches, and the ever-evolving landscape of pain management and anesthesia techniques. This session will focus on the perioperative care of patients, including pre-operative assessment, intraoperative management, and post-operative pain control. Researchers may present their latest findings on topics such as pain pathways, pharmacological advancements, and novel treatment modalities.


The opioid epidemic has been a significant public health crisis in recent years, claiming countless lives and causing widespread suffering. While anesthesiologists primarily play a vital role in the operating room, their involvement in the opioid epidemic is becoming increasingly critical. Research has indicated that combining regional anesthesia with other non-opioid analgesics can significantly reduce the need for opioids after surgery. This session delves into the intricate pharmacology of opioids, exploring how anesthesiologists can balance effective pain management with the potential risks of opioid dependency. It emphasizes the importance of personalized pain management plans tailored to patient’s specific needs.


Pain medicine has come a long way from traditional methods such as opioids and invasive procedures. Today, emerging technologies are at the forefront of revolutionizing pain management. These cutting-edge innovations promise to provide more effective, less invasive, and safer solutions for individuals suffering from chronic pain. Researchers are investigating various neuromodulation techniques, such as spinal cord stimulation and peripheral nerve stimulation, to control chronic pain. Sessions in this category will explore the use of immersive VR environments to distract patients from pain, reduce anxiety, and improve overall well-being.