LUNG DISEASES 2021
International ME Conferences welcomes all the Participants Globally to join the webinar on 2nd International Conferences on Lung Diseases which is going to be held on 24th August 2021. Lung diseases 2021 gives an Excellence Overview on the related topics and cordially invite all the participants from Public Health Professionals and Community Health Educators, Lung Diseases Associations, Doctors, Healthcare Professionals to interact with Experienced and well qualified people to explore their excellence.
Pulmonology Specially focuses on diagnosing and treating disorders of the respiratory system. Lung Diseases Conferences 2021 empower entries from analysts based generally in, Europe, USA and Asian nations. The promising challenge of the field is to evaluate current problems and resolve them accordingly. The main aim is to have a lung health awareness of global public, and also provide a platform for pulmonologists to share and discuss their views which plays a key role in the development of enhanced diagnostic and treatment methods for further improving the quality of life in people suffering from lung disorders.
Why to Attend?
- Global Business Opportunities and Networking Global Networking with 50+ Countries.
- Exposure of Internationally prominent speakers
- COPD Conferences
- Pulmonology research and inculcate new ideas about healthy breathing
- Exchange of information about Pulmonology and COPD.
- Global Identification
- Certification from Recognised Conferences
- Lung cancer Surgeons
- Respiratory physicians
- Environmental and Occupational Health
- Lung Diseases Associations
- Lung & Respiratory associations
- Public Health Professionals and Community Health Educators
- University Professors
- Directors of Association and Societies
- Infectious Disease Associations
- Health Care Experts
- Research Institution
TRACK 1: Impact of COVID-19 on Lungs
COVID-19, shows much impact on lungs as it slaughter the lungs by causing minor illness like cough , cold and another possible complication of COVID-19, can also cause abiding harm to the lungs and other organs. It causes respiratory tract infections that can range from mild to lethal in human like other respiratory illnesses, COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, can cause enduring lung damage it affects the lungs while people are sick with lung disorders and even after recovery.
TRACK 2: Occurrence of Pneumonia in Lungs
Pneumonia means inflammation of one or both lungs that is usually caused by an infection. Other germs like bacteria, viruses and fungi can also cause pneumonia. When you breathe in these germs in the air they can settle in the alveoli of your lungs. Deep in your lungs, the germs may settle in lung lobes and damage it eventually. After once the lungs got infected the alveoli in the lungs starts filling up with puss and mucus. This swelling of the air sacs makes them less extendible and keeps oxygen from properly reaching your blood thirstiest.
TRACK 3: Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome (HPS)
The Hantaviruses are a group of rodent-borne lung diseases and viruses .The Hantaviruses found in Europe and Asia cause a form of kidney disease called hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome (HFRS).Hantaviruses infect people when they are inhaled. If the virus reaches your lungs, it can infect the cells of tiny blood vessels in the lungs, causing them to become perforated. The perforated blood vessels allow fluid to fill the lungs and hence it decreases the breathe flow.
Acute pancreatitis can cause chemical transformation in human body that affect the lung function, causing the decrease in the percentage of oxygen in your blood to fall to dangerously low levels. With severe pancreatitis there are a lot of provocative chemicals that are secreted into the blood fluid. These chemicals create inflammation throughout the body, including the lungs. Patients with acute pancreatitis may develop acute lung injury, clinically recognized as the adult respiratory distress syndrome. Most patients who die during the early stages of severe acute pancreatitis die because of damage of lungs in the body.
Mycoplasma pneumonia (MP) is a bacterium responsible for acute pneumonia in children the pancreatitis occurred in the 3rd week after the onset of cough damages the respiratory tract entirely.
TB is caused by the bacterium M tuberculosis. The infection in the lungs damages the lung tissue causing them to cough up the bacteria which then spread through the air and can be inhaled and exhaled by the others. In the complete damages of lung tissues which results in large holes in the lung lobes called cavities and widening of the airways called bronchiectasis.
The healing process after treatment of tuberculosis can cause damage as loss of the spongy part of the lung ultimately leading to restrictive spirometry or restrictive lung disease. Pulmonary TB is curable with treatment but if not treated properly and treatment left behind negligence the disease often causes life-threatening concerns. Untreated pulmonary TB disease can lead to long-term damage to these lungs.
TRACK 6: Cardio Pulmonary Disorders
Cardiopulmonarydisorders is the range between the heart and the lungs. Pulmonary Hyper tension results to Decrease in the percentage of Oxygen in the lungs. Oxygenation failure in the lungs leads to the following
TRACK 7: Betterment of Lung Abscess
A Lung Abscess is usually caused by bacteria that normally live in the mouth or throat and that are inhaled into the lungs causes infection. Obstruction of the airways in the thoracic cavity also can lead to abscess formation. Lung abscesses is formed when bacteria or infected blood clots travel through the blood fluids to the lung from another infected site in the body. For Betterment Antibiotic Therapy:
Antibiotics intake is required. Antibiotics are initially given through a vein and later through mouth if the person’s condition is normal. Antibiotic treatment continues until the symptoms disappear and a chest x-ray shows that the abscess has cleared up. Such improvement usually requires 3 to 6 weeks of antibiotic therapy even it might take longer period of time as well.
COPD happens in the lungs when there is a struck in the airflow in the Respiratory trunk. Smoking is the main cause of COPD. It happens when there is suffocation in the breathing. In non-smokers deficiency of alpha-1 antitrypsin can develop Emphysema. COPD happens when there is a long term exposure to irritants of gases. COPD even leads to Heart failure as the lungs are very close to the heart the Air flow into the blood stream at heart gets objected.
Symptoms of COPD:
- The Air sacs and Valves become thinner and lethargic
- Walls of the lungs get damaged gradually
- Airways get slowdown
- Mucus formation In the Airways and Air sacs.
- Chronic bronchitis
Environmental management is a crucial part of therapy in abnormal respiratory diseases. Ventilation in the cooking area and workspace leads to the major decrease of microbes and bacteria. A removal of Dampness around the living area creates freshness and recreates the environmental healthiness. Improving the Respiratory health helps for the improvement of proper Blood circulation and Airflow into the alveoli of the lungs. Some of the ways that helps to Control Chronic Respiratory diseases.
- Avoiding smoking and second hand smoke
- Improving good BMI
- Avoidance of Air pollution.
- Taking care from germs and Allergens.
- Avoiding Exposure to Flu effected persons.
- Maintenance of proper Ventilation in living area
TRACK 10: Abnormalities in breathing regulation
Abnormalities in breathing regulation include apnea, eupnea, orthopnea, dyspnea, hyperpnea, Hyper and Hypo ventilation, hypoventilation, tachypnea, kussmaul respiration, Cheyne - Stokes respiration, sighing respiration, biot respiration, apneustic breathing, central neurogenic hyperventilation, and central neurogenic hypoventilation. Abnormality in breathing leads to Inflammation of lungs and occurrence of Apnea which in abnormal respiration in sleep. It leads to Destruction of Mental health and illness in human.
TRACK 11: Pulmonary, Critical care and Sleep
Pulmonary, Critical care and Sleep this department deals with the diseases affecting the lungs and the respiratory system. Pulmonologists treat for the disorders related to the lungs but some of the pulmonologists get elected to become boarded to take care of Sleep Medicine. Pulmonary medicine focuses of functioning of lungs and chest walls and thoracic cavity. Respiratory and sleep medicine specialist is Professional at medicine who take care of diagnosing, treatment, prevention and control of respiratory breathing during sleep.
TRACK 12: Lung cancer diagnosis & treatment
Lung biopsy is the test used to diagnose the lung cancer. It depends upon the damage of the tissues and cells in the lungs. Some of the non-small cell cases can be diagnosed and treated accordingly.Tests to diagnose Lung caner Imaging tests | Sputum cytology | Tissue sample known as biopsy |
TRACK 13: CO-Morbidities in COPD
Comorbidity refers to a Disease or condition present in the same person at same time. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) patients commonly report on Comorbidities such as cardiac disease, diabetes mellitus, hypertension, osteoporosis, and psychological disorders.
- How does COPD related to Heart stroke?
- What is the 6 minute walk test for COPD?
- Is osteoarthritis comorbidity?
TRACK 14: Interstitial Lung Disease
Interstitial Lung Disease is also known as pulmonary fibrosis. Scarring of lung tissue happens in the process of pulmonary fibrosis. Hence results to stiffness of Lung tissue. It is an Increasing disease, and at present there is no cure for damage caused by scarring and swelling of the lung tissue. Lung tissue analysis is performed to diagnose the disease.
- Bronchoalveolar lavage.
- Surgical biopsy
- Pulmonary rehabilitation
- Oxygen therapy
TRACK 15: Lung Transplantation
The process of transfer of infected lung from a healthy donor is referred as lung transplantation.
Person effecting with lung infections are not advisable to be a donor. The donor tissue should be matched as to your tissue.
- Risk involved in Lung transplantation
- Types of Lung transplantation
- Age criteria for Lung transplantation
TRACK 16: COPD Exacerbations
A person with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) experiences long-term, progressive damage to their lungs which affects the airflow to the lungs this condition is referred as emphysema or chronic bronchitis. If the symptoms are severe than earlier at COPD then this condition is termed as acute exacerbation. COPD exacerbation symptoms are Cough |Decrease in the Oxygen level |Wheezing more than normal | Low immunity
Home treatment to overcome COPD Exacerbations:
Occupational and environmental lung diseases are caused by the inhalation of toxic and hazardous chemicals in and around the work station and living area. Diseases are caused by exposure to germs and harmful chemicals. Intake of harmful gases, continuous exposure at coal mines leads to the breathing difficulty which results into the damage of lung tissue.
TRACK 18: Effect of Thoracic tumors on Lungs
The spread of cancer cells onto the lung lobes results in the blockage of Air sacs around the lungs. When people breathe in dangerous, toxic substances the change in lung cell happens and it gets replicated as hence causes tumors. Lung cancer happens at lymph nodes within the lung. At early stages you cannot feel or see the tumors in the lung, Later often you get Cough, sneezing and wheezing but there is some other which can be shown out too.
Pulmonary hypertension is a type of high blood pressure arises at the right side of your heart closest to the lung lobe. It occurs due to congenital heart disease, High blood pressure, liver disease. High blood pressure in the arteries to your lungs is dangerous condition. Your heart has to pump high volume of blood through. Medication and oxygen therapy gives the best results in improving the quality of life.
TRACK 20: Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis
Excess exposure to the Hazardous chemicals and coal dust results to pulmonary fibrosis. Scarring of the lungs for an unknown reason is known as Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis. Repetitive lung injury happens to the Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis in the lung alveoli.Dry cough that doesn’t go away
- Chest pain or tightness
- Leg swelling
- Loss of appetite
- Shortness of breath at Physical activities.
- Impact of COVID-19 on lungs
- Occurrence of Pneumonia in lungs
- Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome (HPS)
- Relationship between Pancreatitis and Lung diseases
- Mediators of Lung damage and Dysfunction in Tuberculosis
- Cardio Pulmonary Disorders
- Betterment of Lung Abscess
- COPD chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
- Prevention and Control of Respiratory Diseases
- Abnormalities in breathing regulation
- Pulmonary, Critical care and Sleep
- Lung cancer diagnosis & treatment
- CO-Morbidities in COPD
- Interstitial Lung Disease
- Lung Transplantation
- COPD Exacerbations
- Occupational & Environmental Lung Disease
- Effect of Thoracic tumors on lungs
- Knowledge on Chronic bronchitis and Pulmonary Hypertension
- Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis
To share your views and research, please click here to register for the Conference.
All accepted abstracts will be published in respective Our International Journals.
- Pulmonary & Respiratory Medicine
- Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: Open Access
- Insights in Chest Diseases
Abstracts will be provided with Digital Object Identifier by