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14th Euro-Global Conference on Infectious Diseases, will be organized around the theme “Enlightening the Future Scope to Control of Infectious Diseases”
Euro Infectious Diseases 2022 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Euro Infectious Diseases 2022
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An infection happens once a being enters a person’s body and causes hurt. It is also referred to as transmissible disease or communicable disease, which is an illness resulting from an infection. These infectious microscopic organisms are referred to as pathogens, and they will multiply quickly.
- Track 1-1Pyelonephritis
- Track 1-2Bacteria
- Track 1-3viruses
- Track 1-4Fungi
- Track 1-5Bubonic plague
Bacteria are acellular microorganisms, referred to as prokaryotes. Microorganisms take 3 main shapes: Spherical, Rod, and Spiral. Bacteria can live in almost any type of environment, from extreme heat to intense cold, and few will even survive in radioactive waste. Some “good” bacteria attack “bad” bacteria and prevent them from causing illness. However, some bacterial diseases are often deadly.
- Track 2-1Cholera
- Track 2-2Diphtheria
- Track 2-3Dysentery
- Track 2-4Tuberculosis
- Track 2-5Typhoid
- Track 2-6Typhus
Viral infections occur due to infection with a germ. Viruses contain a bit of genetic code, and a coat of protein and lipid (fat) molecules guards them. Viruses invade a host and assign themselves to a cell. As they enter the cell, they discharge their genetic material. This material forces the cell to duplicate the virus, and the virus grows.
- Track 3-1Coronavirus
- Track 3-2Middle east respiratory syndrome (MERS-CoV)
- Track 3-3Ebola
- Track 3-4Influenza
- Track 3-5Hepatitis C
- Track 3-6HIV
- Track 3-7Zika virus
- Track 3-8COVID-19
- Track 3-9Herpes simplex virus
- Track 3-10Polio
A fungus is often a multicellular parasite that can molder and engross organic matter using an enzyme. Many fungal infections grow in the upper layers of the skin, and some growth in the deeper layers. Inhaled yeast or mold spores can occasionally lead to fungal infections, such as pneumonia, or infections all over the body.
- Track 4-1Coccidioidomycosis
- Track 4-2Histoplasmosis
- Track 4-3Candidiasis
- Track 4-4Athlete’s foot
- Track 4-5Ringworm
- Track 4-6Eye infections
A parasite is an organism that exists inside or on a host. Around 70% are not noticeable to the human eye, such as the malarial parasite, but certain worm parasites can reach over 30 meters in length. Parasites are not an illness, but they can feast on diseases. Different parasites have dissimilar effects.
- Track 5-1Protozoa
- Track 5-2Helminths
- Track 5-3Ectoparasites
Your skin is the main organ of your body. Its purpose is to protect your body from infection. Sometimes the skin itself becomes infected. Mild infections may be curable with over-the-counter medications and home remedies, whereas other infections may require medical care.
- Track 6-1Bacterial skin infections
- Track 6-2Viral skin infections
- Track 6-3Fungal skin infections
- Track 6-4Parasitic skin infection
Viruses and microorganisms sometimes invade the body, contaminating various organs and causing everything from mild disturbances to severe difficulties. Bacterial organisms are frequently to blame, but animal parasites and fungi can also origin infection. Neurological infections happen when these viruses and organisms invade the nervous system.
- Track 7-1Encephalitis
- Track 7-2Meningitis
- Track 7-3AIDS
Eye infections occur when some harmful organism invades a part of your eye. The cause of the infection is often bacterial or viral, but it may be due to some other reason. There can be many types of eye infections that can contain conjunctivitis, keratitis, acanthamoeba keratitis, etc. When it comes to dealing with potential eye infections, prevention is the finest therapy.
- Track 8-1Conjunctivitis
- Track 8-2Keratitis
- Track 8-3Acanthamoeba keratitis
- Track 8-4Blepharitis
- Track 8-5Ocular Herpes
- Track 8-6Uveitis
Respiratory tract infections (RTIs) are infectious diseases relating to the respiratory tract. An infection of this type typically is further classified as an upper respiratory tract infection or a lower respiratory tract infection. Lower metabolism infections, like respiratory illness, tend to be way more severe than higher metabolism infections, like a respiratory disease.
- Track 9-1Upper Respiratory Tract
- Track 9-2Lower Respiratory Tract
A urinary tract infection is an infection in any portion of your urinary system, which contains your kidneys, bladder, ureters, and urethra. If you are a woman, your chance of receiving a UTI is high. Some specialists rank your lifetime risk of getting one as high as 1 in 2, with many women having repeat infections, sometimes for ages. About 1 in 10 men will grow a UTI in their lifetime.
- Track 10-1Urethritis
- Track 10-2Cystitis
- Track 10-3pyelonephritis
- Track 10-4vaginitis
Paediatric infectious diseases are those that happen in children from birth to 10 years. 2/3rd of the deaths of children in the past 10 years were produced by infectious diseases. New-borns are at advanced risk as their immune system is immature and cannot battle infections.
- Track 11-1Congenital infections
- Track 11-2Persistent cervical lymphadenopathy
- Track 11-3Non-tuberculous mycobacterial infection
Antibiotics are gathered into "families" of similar kinds. Antibiotics are usually set aside for bacterial infections because these types of medicines have no effect on diseases caused by viruses. But sometimes it is hard to tell which type of germ is at work. Antiviral drugs are the drugs which are used to treat the viral infections.
- Track 12-1Antivirals
- Track 12-2Antifungals
- Track 12-3Anti-parasitic
The vaccine is a biological preparation that cares immune system to fight particular diseases. It competes for an important role in saving lives and greatly ever-changing the burden of the many infectious diseases. Consciousness and efficiency of Vaccination have made many sicknesses occasional over years.
- Track 13-1Vaccination strategies
- Track 13-2Vaccine safety
- Track 14-1Immunize against infectious diseases
- Track 14-2Wash and dry your hands
- Track 14-3Cover coughs and sneezes
- Track 14-4Clean surfaces regularly
Infection prevention and control (IPC) is a systematic approach and practical solution considered to avoid harm caused by infection to patients and health personnel. IPC lives in a unique position in the field of patient safety and quality. The necessity for having IPC programs nationally and at the ability level is clearly strengthened within the WHO 100 Core Health Indicators list.
- Track 16-1Hand hygiene
- Track 16-2Prevention of surgical site infections
- Track 16-3Injection safety
- Track 16-4Ebola response and recovery