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New Frontiers in Pain Management- Relieve pain, Renew Life
- Pain Congress 2019

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Allied Academies invites all the participants across the world to attend ‘International conference on Pain management and Research’ to be held during February 27-28, 2019 in Abu Dhabi, UAE. This includes prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions.

Allied Academies is delighted to welcome all the interested and enthusiastic participants across the globe to its prestigious International Congress on pain Management which is going to be held during February 27-28, 2019 in Abu Dhabi, UAE highlighting the theme “New Frontiers in Pain Management- Relieve pain, Renew Life”. Pain Congress 2019  is a two day conference concentrating on Interactive Sessions & Sub-sessions emphasized on  Pain Management and new trends in field of Pain management, keynote lectures from Senior Scientists and industry experts, panel discussions, poster competitions and Young Researcher Forum. The conference program will feature well-known and thought provoking speakers to interactive discussion sessions.

Pain Congress 2019 provide the perfect global platform for promoting and showcasing latest individual, as well as group innovations and breakthroughs in Field of Medicine and its allied areas. In today’s age of high end technology and scientific brilliance, conventional meetings and gatherings by any society makes no sense as it just makes the entire purpose of the meetings useless; limiting the sharing of knowledge and developments and denying the opportunity to channel those information outside of their meetings. 

Scientific Sessions

Session 1: Interventional pain management:

Interventional pain management is a Procedure which treats pain by utilizing pain blocking techniques to effectively restore quality of life for patients. Some conditions in which interventional pain management techniques treat are endless migraines, mouth or face pain, low back pain, neck pain, muscle pain. Interventional pain Management is commonly used when the pain is severe enough to perform daily activities or other treatments are not successful in reducing pain. It is used in chronic or acute pain. Types of Interventional pain Management treatments, the type of treatment depends upon specific condition and symptoms; it varies in terms of invasiveness. Some of the Common techniques include:

·         Nerve blocks

·         Infusions

·         Injections

·         Radiofrequency Ablation

·         Spinal Cord Stimulation

·         Deep brain stimulation

·         Hypophysectomy

·         Peripheral Nerve Field Stimulation

·         Cutting or destruction of Nervous tissue

·         Labour pain management


 Session 2: Perioperative care and Anaesthesiology:

Perioperative as a rule signifies to three phases of medical procedures: preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative. The purpose of perioperative consideration is to pass on better conditions for patients before restorative technique, all through assignment, and a while later Perioperative care is given before and after the surgery and large given in specialist's offices, in action centre’s joined to facilities, in self-supporting undertaking centres or human administrations providers' working environments. In this period patients will be sanely and physically orchestrated the on-going restorative strategy. For emergency undertakings, this time can be less and even insensible to the patient; for optional therapeutic techniques, perioperative consideration can be fairly long. This period is used to prepare the patient both physically and psychologically for the surgical procedure and after surgery.

Session 3: Pain Medication:

Prostaglandins are a group of lipid compounds that are delivered by the cells of the body and have a few vital capacities They promote inflammation necessary for healing and also results in pain and fewer. Prostaglandins support the blood clotting function of platelets and protect lining of stomach and are created inside the body's cells by the compound cyclooxygenase (COX). There are two COX catalysts, COX-1 and COX-2. The two proteins deliver prostaglandins that advance aggravation, agony, and fever. Be that as it may, just COX-1 produces prostaglandins that help platelets and ensure the stomach. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) obstruct the COX compounds and decrease prostaglandins all through the body. As a result, continuous irritation, agony, and fever are diminished. Since the prostaglandins that secure the stomach and bolster platelets and blood coagulating likewise are diminished, NSAIDs can cause ulcers in the stomach. Opiates additionally alluded to as opioid torment relievers are utilized just for agony that is serious and isn't helped by different types of painkillers. Anticonvulsants, or hostile to seizure meds, fill in as adjuvant analgesics. In various words, they can treat a few types of unending agony regardless of whether they're not intended for that reason. While the most utilization of hostile to seizure medicine is averting seizures, anticonvulsants do appear to be viable at treating certain types of incessant agony. These incorporate neuropathic pain like peripheral neuropathy and chronic headaches like migraines.

·         Opioids

·         Adjuvants

·         Lidocaine patches

·         Corticosteroids

·         Antidepressants

·         Anticonvulsants

·         Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs

·         Over-the-counter pain Relievers

·         Narcotic pain medications

·         Non-narcotic pain medications


 Session 4: Current approaches to pain management:


The treatments for chronic pain are as diverse as the causes. From the OTC (Over the counter) and Prescription Drugs to mind/ body techniques to Acupuncture there are numerous techniques. But when it comes to treating Chronic pain, no single technique is guaranteed to produce complete pain relief. Relief may be found by using combination of treatment options. Cognitive behavioural therapy is talking therapy that help you manage your problems by changing the way you think and behave. Local Anesthesia involves Anesthesia injections creating a numbness feeling in the specified organ may be during a surgery. Acupuncture is a complimentary therapy where fine needles are inserted into body locations known as acupoints. Many people reported that they feel very relaxed and increased energy levels afterwards.


·         Bioelectric Therapy

·         Acupuncture

·         Cancer pain management

·         Trigger point Injection

·         Chiropractic care for pain

·         Nerve block injections (local Anesthesia)

·         Spinal Cord Stimulation

·         Spinal Drug Delivery Systems

·         Patient controlled analgesia pump

·         Cognitive Behavioural Therapy


Session 5: Epidemiology and Classification:

Epidemiology is the study of how often diseases occur in different groups of people and is used to evaluate strategies to prevent illness and as a guide to management of patients in whom diseases has already occurred. Epidemiologists deal with study design, collection and statistical analysis of data, dissemination of results. Epidemiology is used in clinical research, public health studies, and to an extent basic research in biological sciences. Epidemiological study include transmission, disease causation, disease surveillance, outbreak investigation, Forensic epidemiology, screening, Bio monitoring and comparisons of treatment effects   like clinical trials.

·         Classification of pain

·         Post herpetic neuralgia

·         Myofascitis & Torticollis

·         Cancer pain and treatments

·         Anatomical causes of back pain

·         Facial pain and peripheral nerve pain

·         Chronic headache (Migraine)


Session 6 : Cancer pain management :


Cancer pain  has different causes and are of different types. Most cancer pain is caused by the tumour pressing on nerves, bones or other organs in the body. For example, some chemotherapy drugs can cause numbness and tingling in your hands and feet or may cause burning sensation at the spot where you have drug injection.In radiotherapy it causes skin redness and irritation in cancer,  pain may be chronic or acute. Acute pain is due to damage caused by an injury and lasts for short time. Chronic pain is due to changes to the nerves may be due to cancer pressing on nerves or due to chemicals produced by tumour. Chronic pains continues long after treatment is over and can range from mild to severe referred as persistent pain. Chronic pain is tough to treat, however painkillers or other pain management strategies will usually success in managing it. Cancer pain may be nerve pain, bone pain, soft tissue pain, phantom pain, referred pain.


·         Causes of pain

·         Treating pain

·         Pain from tumour

·         Chemotherapy

·         Radiotherapy

·         Suboptimal pain control


 Session 7: Pharmacological approaches for pain:


Analgesic pharmacological medications are broadly classified as opioid analgesics and non-

Opioid analgesics. Opioids are narcotics used for moderate to severe pain, non-opioids are non- narcotic analgesics used to treat mild pain and also serve as adjuvant medication for relief of pain. Analgesics called as pain relieving drugs include Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, acetaminophen, narcotics, antidepressants, anti-convulsants and others. NSAIDS and Acetaminophen are Over-the-counter drugs and are initial pharmacological treatment for pain. Adjuvants are pharmacological agents that modify effect of other agents. NSAIDS include Aspirin, Nuprin, Ibuprofen Motrin, Naproxen sodium and ketoprofen these drugs are used to treat pain from inflammation and work by blocking production of pain enhancing neuro transmitters such as prostaglandins.


·         Neuroleptics

·         NSAIDS

·         Opioid analgesics

·         Anti-convulsants

·         Pain physicians and experts

·         Local anaesthetics

·         Pharmacologic Tolerance

·         Various pain medicines: mechanism of action


Session 8: Non Pharmacological approaches for pain:


There are number of non-drug tools for coping with pain. They can be used on their own or in combination with drug therapies. Some of the options like massage therapy, it is effective in relieving pain and other symptoms for some people with serious illness. Physical therapy, Pet therapy and gel packs are some of the non-pharmacological approaches to pain management. There is an evidence to support the use of patient education, Cognitive behavioural therapy, relaxation and music however some approaches have not shown benefit like TENS, reflexology and acupuncture. Research on Non pharmacological approaches to pain is important so that patients are provided with information that ensures them effective way for treating their pain. Palliative care patients with complimentary therapies should also be treated with appropriate analgesics and adjuvants using evidence based approach.


·         Patient Education

·         Massage Therapy

·         Hypnosis

·         Counselling Psychotherapy

·         Superficial heat

·         Ultrasound

·         Traction

·         Chiropractic Treatment

·         Aromatherapy for pain

·         Physical therapy

·         Chinese Medicine 

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