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.

Acute evaluation and treatment of patients who appear with a range of urgent and emergent medical issues are the focus of the medical specialty known as emergency medicine. Care of patients who are seriously ill or unstable and need urgent medical treatment falls under the category of critical care in medicine. This session will depend on the focus of the conference and the interests of the attendees. It focusses on the latest research on the use of telemedicine in emergency medicine and critical care, including virtual consultations, remote monitoring, and tele-ICU.

  • Pediatric emergency medicine
  • Sports medicine
  • Trauma medicine
  • Critical care medicine
  • Surgical critical care
  • Burn critical care

ICM (intensive care medicine) is the term used to describe the treatment of patients who need extensive monitoring and medical assistance but are not necessarily in a severe condition. This session could explore the telemedicine in emergency medicine and critical care, merging therapies for sepsis, including immunomodulatory agents, adjunctive therapies, and repurposed drugs. This session could cover the latest research on biomarkers for early diagnosis and prognostication in critical illnesses such as sepsis, acute kidney injury, and acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS).

  • Critical Care Medicine
  • Respiratory Failure and Mechanical Ventilation
  • Hemodynamic Monitoring and Shock
  • Sepsis and Infection Control
  • Trauma and Emergency Medicine

The immediate and continuous medical treatment provided to patients who have suffered traumatic injuries is referred to as trauma management. This session could explore the latest research on the management of critically ill trauma patients, including respiratory support, hemodynamic monitoring and management, nutrition support, and ICU rehabilitation. This session includes the following topics:

  • Airway management
  • Hemorrhage control
  • Evaluation and resuscitation
  • Imaging and diagnostic tests
  • Ongoing monitoring and care

Emergency conditions involving the heart are referred to as cardiac emergencies and call for prompt medical care. Depending on the particular condition and seriousness of the problem, several treatments are used for cardiac crises. Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS). The objective of this session is to provide attendees with an understanding of recent developments in cardiac emergencies and their impact on patient outcomes. This session could focus on the latest research and developments in cardiac arrest management and resuscitation, including optimal cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) techniques, advanced airway management, post-cardiac arrest care, and the role of extracorporeal CPR.

  • Cardiac Arrest
  • Arrhythmias
  • Heart Failure
  • Valvular Heart Disease


Life-threatening conditions that disrupt a person's ability to breathe are known as respiratory emergencies. This session could focus on the latest research and developments in the diagnosis, management, and prevention of respiratory failure in critically ill patients, including ARDS, acute exacerbations of COPD and asthma, and respiratory distress syndrome. The key points covered in the session are as follows:

  • Airway Management
  • Oxygen Administration
  • Medication
  • Mechanical Ventilation
  • Continuous Monitoring

Microorganisms like bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites are the root cause of infectious disorders. The specific disease and its severity will determine how an infectious disease is treated. his session could focus on the latest research and developments in emerging infectious diseases, including zoonotic diseases, viral haemorrhagic fevers, and other emerging infectious diseases, as well as strategies for prevention and control.

  • Bacterial Infections
  • Viral Infections
  • Fungal Infections
  • Parasitic Infections
  • Emerging Infectious Diseases

Life-threatening disorders known as neurological emergencies impact the central nervous system, which includes the brain, spinal cord, and nerves. This session could focus on the latest research and developments in neuromuscular emergencies, including myasthenia gravis, Guillain-Barré syndrome, and other neuromuscular disorders, as well as strategies for diagnosis and management. The main topics discussed in this session was how crucial it is to stay current with developments in neurological emergencies, as well as how these developments affect patient outcomes.

  • Stroke
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Seizures
  • Neurocritical Care
  • Neuromuscular Emergencies

Pediatric emergencies are illnesses that affect newborns, kids, and teenagers that call for immediate care and treatment. These situations can become crises for a number of reasons, such as illness, injury, or environmental issues. This session could focus on the latest research and developments in the management of pediatric trauma, including head trauma, abdominal trauma, and other injuries, as well as strategies for prevention and rehabilitation.

  • Neonatal Emergencies
  • Pediatric Trauma
  • Pediatric Critical Care
  • Pediatric Cardiology
  • Pediatric Infectious Diseases

Geriatric emergencies are sudden illnesses that affect older people, typically those who are 65 years of age and older. Several things, such as illnesses, injuries, or problems with medications, might result in these emergencies. This session could cover the latest research and developments in emergency preparedness for geriatric patients, including disaster planning, emergency communication strategies, and other aspects of emergency management for the geriatric population.

  • Falls in older adults
  • Cardiovascular emergencies in older adults
  • Respiratory emergencies in older adults
  • Neurological emergencies in older adults
  • Medication-related emergencies in older adults
  • End-of-life care in older adults

For critically ill patients, mechanical ventilation can be a life-saving procedure, but it also has a number of dangers and problems. When a patient is unable to breathe properly on their own, mechanical ventilation refers to the use of a machine to support breathing. This session could explore the latest research and developments in mechanical ventilation, including optimal ventilator settings, strategies for weaning and, and emerging technologies such as high-frequency oscillatory ventilation and neutrally adjusted ventilatory assist.

  • Ventilator-associated complications
  • Lung-protective ventilation
  • Non-invasive ventilation
  • Weaning from mechanical ventilation
  • Advanced modes of mechanical ventilation

The circulatory health of very ill patients is evaluated using a set of tools and techniques together referred to as hemodynamic monitoring. This session could provide an overview of the fundamental principles of hemodynamic monitoring, including cardiac output, blood pressure, and vascular resistance. This session could cover the latest research on advanced hemodynamic monitoring techniques, including transesophageal echocardiography, continuous cardiac output monitoring, and other advanced monitoring technologies.

  • Invasive hemodynamic monitoring techniques
  • Noninvasive hemodynamic monitoring techniques
  • Hemodynamic monitoring in specific patient populations
  • Interpretation and management of hemodynamic parameters
  • Hemodynamic monitoring in critical care settings

When the body's reaction to an infection, results in widespread inflammation and organ malfunction, sepsis is a potentially fatal illness. This session could provide an overview of the epidemiology and pathophysiology of sepsis, including risk factors, disease mechanisms, and the systemic inflammatory response. This session could focus on the latest research and developments in antibiotic stewardship in sepsis management, including the appropriate use of antibiotics, strategies for preventing antibiotic resistance, and the use of alternative therapies.

  • Early recognition and screening for sepsis
  • Source control
  • Resuscitation and hemodynamic support
  • Supportive care
  • Monitoring and outcomes

The intensive care management of patients with neurological injuries and disorders is the focus of the specialization of critical care medicine known as neurocritical care. This session will explore the latest developments in neuromonitoring technologies, including EEG, evoked potentials, and biomarkers, and their application in critical care settings.

  • Traumatic brain injury (TBI) management
  • Stroke management
  • Subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) management
  • Intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH) management
  • Neurocritical care in neurodegenerative diseases
  • Neurocritical care in pediatric patients

Since critically ill patients are at risk for malnutrition due to the severity of their illness and the requirement for mechanical ventilation, numerous procedures, and drugs, nutrition is a crucial component of patient care in the intensive care unit (ICU). In this session, experts will discuss the benefits and drawbacks of enteral and parenteral nutrition in critical care settings, including the potential risks of infections, metabolic complications, and gastrointestinal intolerance. Current research is investigating the use of probiotics, prebiotics, and fecal microbiota transplantation in critically ill patients.

  • Nutritional assessment
  • Enteral nutrition
  • Parenteral nutrition
  • Micronutrient supplementation
  • Timing of nutrition
  • Monitoring and adjustment

Toxicology is the study of poisoning and toxic exposures, including their diagnosis, management, and treatment. Drug overdoses, CO poisoning, pesticide exposure, and toxic inhalation injuries are some of the common toxicological crises seen in critical care. In this session, experts will discuss the management of drug overdoses in the critical care setting, including the use of antidotes and supportive care measures. There is ongoing research into the development of new antidotes and therapies for toxicological emergencies.

  • Drug overdose management
  • Toxicological assessments and diagnostic tools
  • Specific antidote therapy
  • Toxicological emergencies in the elderly
  • Paediatric toxicology

Restoring spontaneous circulation and breathing in a person who has experienced cardiac arrest, respiratory arrest, or other life-threatening medical emergencies is referred to as resuscitation. This session will cover the challenges of resuscitation in the pre-hospital setting, including the use of advanced airway management techniques and the administration of medications. Researchers are exploring new techniques for resuscitation, such as extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) and targeted temperature management (TTM).

  • Pediatric Resuscitation
  • Cardiac Arrest Management
  • Trauma Resuscitation
  • Resuscitation in Special Populations
  • Novel Resuscitation Techniques
  • Resuscitation Education and Training

A medical emergency known as acute respiratory failure happens when the lungs are unable to sufficiently oxygenate the blood or expel carbon dioxide. This session will cover the initial management of patients with acute respiratory failure in the emergency department. Researchers are exploring the use of artificial intelligence (AI) to improve the diagnosis and management of acute respiratory failure in emergency medicine.

  • Pathophysiology and Mechanisms of Acute Respiratory Failure
  • Diagnosis and Assessment of Acute Respiratory Failure
  • Medical Management of Acute Respiratory Failure
  • Mechanical Ventilation in Acute Respiratory Failure
  • Complications of Acute Respiratory Failure
  • Novel Therapies for Acute Respiratory Failure
  • Prevention and Management of Chronic Respiratory Failure

Medical situations that affect the heart and have life-threatening effects are referred to as acute cardiac conditions. This session would highlight the importance of a multidisciplinary approach to the management of acute heart failure, with input from emergency medicine, cardiology, and critical care specialists. Researchers are exploring new therapeutic approaches for the management of acute cardiac conditions, such as the use of stem cells and gene therapy.

  • Diagnosis
  • Treatment
  • Complications
  • Risk Factors
  • Emergency Management

Providing care for patients with life-threatening illnesses and those who need close observation and treatment is the emphasis of the specialist field of nursing known as critical care nursing. This session would highlight innovative approaches to patient care in the ICU, such as the use of technology and telehealth, nurse-led protocols, and patient-centered care models. Researchers are exploring innovative approaches to patient care in critical care settings, such as the use of telehealth and remote monitoring, nurse-led protocols, and patient-centered care models.

  • Monitoring and Management of Critical Conditions
  • Pharmacological Management
  • Advanced Technologies and Equipment
  • Ethical and Legal Considerations
  • Continuous Professional Development

Pre-hospital care and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) are essential elements of the healthcare system that offer individuals experiencing a medical emergency prompt medical intervention as well as transportation. This session would provide an overview of recent advancements in pre-hospital care, including new treatments, technologies, and protocols. Speakers could discuss the latest research on these topics and share practical tips for implementing best practices in the pre-hospital setting.

  • Emergency Medical Responder (EMR)
  • Paramedic
  • Trauma Care
  • Medical Equipment and Technology
  • Quality Improvement

The study of medications and their therapeutic effects on the human body are topics covered by the medical specialties of pharmacology and therapeutics. This session would cover the latest emerging therapies in pharmacology, including novel drugs, gene therapies, and cell-based therapies. Speakers could discuss the latest research on these topics and share practical tips for implementing these therapies in clinical practice.

  • Pharmacokinetics
  • Pharmacodynamics
  • Adverse drug reactions
  • Pharmacogenomics
  • Drug therapy monitoring

Pain management is a critical aspect of emergency medicine. Effective pain control is not only important for patient comfort but can also improve patient outcomes, decrease length of stay, and reduce the need for additional interventions. Recent research has focused on improving pain management in emergency medicine.

  • Non-opioid Pain Management Strategies
  • Multimodal Analgesia
  • Nerve Blocks and Regional Anaesthesia
  • Opioid-Sparing Approaches
  • Pain Management in Medical Emergencies
  • Adverse Effects of Opioids

A wound is an injury to the skin or underlying tissues that interferes with the normal structure and function of the afflicted area. This session would cover wound care techniques specifically for emergency medicine providers, including wound irrigation, debridement, and closure techniques. Speakers could discuss the latest research on these topics and share practical tips for optimizing wound healing in emergency medicine.

  • Wound Assessment and Diagnosis
  • Wound Cleaning and Debridement
  • Wound Dressings and Bandages
  • Topical Agents for Wound Healing
  • Types of Wounds

The care of patients who are hospitalized is the focus of the medical specialty known as hospital medicine. This session would focus on the acute care management of medical emergencies in the hospital setting. Researchers are studying the implementation of evidence-based protocols for managing acute medical emergencies in the hospital setting. This includes protocols for sepsis management, stroke care, and cardiac arrest resuscitation.

  • Acute Care Medicine
  • Critical Care Medicine
  • Geriatric Hospital Medicine
  • Pediatric Hospital Medicine
  • Obstetric Hospital Medicine
  • Palliative Care

Two ideas in healthcare that are concerned with making sure that patients receive safe, efficient, and high-quality care are quality improvement and patient safety. This session would cover quality improvement initiatives in healthcare organizations and delivering patient-centered care to improve outcomes and reduce harm. These sessions could be structured as lectures, interactive workshops, or panel discussions with experts in the field of emergency medicine and critical care presenting their experiences and research findings, and engaging with attendees to share their insights and experiences

  • Healthcare Analytics and Data Science
  • Human Factors and Systems Engineering
  • Patient and Family Engagement
  • High Reliability Organizations
  • Quality and Safety in Clinical Specialties

A set of illnesses that have an impact on both the body's metabolism and the kidneys are referred to as renal and metabolic disorders. This session would focus on the initial evaluation and management of patients with AKI presenting to the emergency department. Speakers could discuss the importance of early recognition, the diagnostic workup, and the role of interventions such as fluid resuscitation and medications to optimize kidney function.

  • Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)
  • Acute Kidney Injury (AKI)
  • Nephrotic Syndrome
  • Diabetes
  • Metabolic Syndrome

For maintaining optimal health and wellbeing, two concepts that are intimately tied to one another are nutrition and metabolism. This session would cover the initial evaluation and management of patients with nutritional deficiencies or metabolic derangements presenting to the emergency department. here is ongoing research on the use of early enteral nutrition (EN) in critically ill patients in the emergency department.

  • Clinical Nutrition
  • Nutritional Biochemistry
  • Metabolic Disorders
  • Nutritional Epidemiology
  • Nutritional Genomics

In the medical field of burn critical care, individuals with extensive burns who are critically unwell are managed. This session will address the psychosocial challenges, strategies for burn prevention and nutritional requirements of burn patients. Ongoing research is exploring novel approaches to pain management, including the use of virtual reality, mindfulness-based interventions, and non-pharmacological therapies.

  • Burn Surgery
  • Wound Care
  • Nutrition Support
  • Psychological Support
  • Burn Prevention

Philosophy's field of ethics examines issues of right and wrong, good and bad, and moral obligation and duty. This session will focus on the complex ethical issues that arise in end-of-life care, such as the withdrawal of life-sustaining treatment, the use of palliative sedation, and the decision to forgo resuscitation. Research is evaluating the impact of end-of-life care interventions on patient outcomes and quality of life, including measures such as symptom management, psychological well-being, and satisfaction with care.

  • Medical futility and the withholding or withdrawing of life-sustaining treatment
  • The management of symptoms and pain at the end of life
  • Palliative care and hospice care
  • Advance care planning and advance directives
  • Ethics in end-of-life care for patients with dementia or cognitive impairment

The management of a severely ill patient's airway when they are unable to maintain proper breathing and oxygenation is referred to as airway management in critical care. This session will focus on the latest techniques and technologies for managing the airway in critically ill patients, including video laryngoscopy, supraglottic airway devices, and percutaneous tracheostomy. Ongoing research is investigating the effectiveness of video laryngoscopy in various patient populations and clinical settings.

  • Basic airway management techniques
  • Advanced airway management techniques
  • Difficult airway management
  • Mechanical ventilation in critical care
  • Pharmacologic management of the airway

Medical emergencies that affect women and are connected to pregnancy, childbirth, and gynecological conditions are referred to as obstetric and gynecological emergencies. This session will provide an overview of the most common gynecological emergencies, such as ovarian torsion, ectopic pregnancy, and pelvic inflammatory disease, and discuss the best practices for acute management and follow-up care. Ongoing research is investigating on the use of telemedicine and mHealth interventions for managing obstetric and gynecological emergencies in low-resource settings.

  • Obstetric emergencies
  • Gynecological emergencies
  • Menstrual emergencies
  • Menopause-related emergencies
  • Reproductive cancer

Emergency medicine and critical care involve the use of various equipment and devices to assess, stabilize, and treat critically ill or injured patients. Ongoing research focuses on optimizing Personal protective equipment (PPE) use in emergency medicine and critical care settings, evaluating the effectiveness of different types of PPE, and developing new technologies to enhance PPE performance and comfort.

  • Airway management devices
  • Cardiovascular monitoring equipment
  • Respiratory support equipment
  • Diagnostic equipment
  • Intravenous access equipment
  • Monitoring equipment
  • Hemodynamic support equipment
  • Defibrillators
  • Emergency resuscitation carts

Critical care pharmacology is an important aspect of emergency medicine, as critically ill patients often require complex medication regimens to manage their conditions. This track could cover topics related to the pharmacology of commonly used medications in the critical care setting, including sedatives, analgesics, and neuromuscular blocking agents. Researchers are exploring ways to optimize medication dosing in critically ill patients, including the use of weight-based dosing, therapeutic drug monitoring, and real-time pharmacokinetic modelling.

  • Pain management
  • Sedation and agitation management
  • Anticoagulation and thrombosis
  • Resuscitation pharmacology
  • Pediatric pharmacology

This track could cover topics related to the development and improvement of Emergency Medical Services systems, including pre-hospital care, emergency transport, and communication protocols. Telemedicine has become increasingly important in emergency medicine, particularly in rural and underserved areas. Ongoing research is focused on evaluating the effectiveness of telemedicine for various emergency medical conditions, such as stroke and cardiac arrest.

  • Trauma and Injury Management
  • Pediatric Emergency Medicine
  • Public Health and Emergency Medicine
  • Geriatric Emergency Medicine
  • Behavioral Health and Addiction Medicine