Call for Abstract

32nd World Neonatal, Pediatric and Family Medicine Conference, will be organized around the theme “ "Exploring New Dimensions in Pediatrics, Neonatal and Family Medicine Research Advancements"”

FANEOTRICS 2023 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in FANEOTRICS 2023

Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks.

Register now for the conference by choosing an appropriate package suitable to you.

  • Track 1-1Internal medicine
  • Track 1-2Family physician
  • Track 1-3Physiotherapy nurse
  • Track 1-4Hospital management
  • Track 1-5Hospice and palliative medicine
  • Track 2-1Nutrition counselling
  • Track 2-2Immunizations
  • Track 2-3Clinical pediatrics
  • Track 2-4Nutrition counselling
  • Track 2-5Health screening and disease prevention
  • Track 2-6Adolescent medicine
  • Track 2-7Child psychology
  • Track 3-1Cancer includes leukaemias, lymphomas, brain tumours, bone tumours, and solid tumours.
  • Track 3-2Blood cell illnesses include abnormalities in white blood cells, red blood cells, and platelets.
  • Track 3-3Bruising and clotting issues
  • Track 4-1Orthodontics
  • Track 4-2traumatology in dentistry
  • Track 4-3Dentistry implants
  • Track 4-4Integrated dental care
  • Track 4-5Mouth cancer
  • Track 4-6Dental procedure
  • Track 5-1Congenital heart disease
  • Track 5-2Arrhythmias
  • Track 6-1Respiratory disorders in newborns
  • Track 6-2Preventive medicine
  • Track 6-3Newborn illnesses
  • Track 6-4Chronic control
  • Track 6-5Infantile epilepsy
  • Track 6-6Diagnosis and therapy
  • Track 7-1Hormone treatment and menopause
  • Track 7-2Health profession of midwifery
  • Track 7-3Pregnancy hygiene
  • Track 7-4Birth prevention
  • Track 8-1Pediatric pulmonary hypertension
  • Track 8-2Heart function in very sick new-borns
  • Track 8-3Electrophysiology
  • Track 8-4Fetal cardiology
  • Track 8-5Heart rhythm
  • Track 8-6Cardiac malformations
  • Track 9-1Physical maturation and growth
  • Track 9-2Essential minerals and vitamins
  • Track 9-3Digestive system issues
  • Track 9-4Child development
  • Track 9-5Disorders of eating
  • Track 9-6Weight control
  • Track 10-1Family-focused care
  • Track 10-2High-tech medical treatment
  • Track 10-3Practices based on evidence
  • Track 10-4Atraumatic treatment
  • Track 10-5Cost reduction
  • Track 10-6Promotion of health and prevention
  • Track 11-1Programmes for early intervention and health promotion
  • Track 11-2Help those with developmental disabilities or mental retardation
  • Track 11-3Medical counselling and education in psychology
  • Track 11-4Public health and public policy.
  • Track 12-1Primary care
  • Track 12-2Pediatric infections
  • Track 12-3Sleep disorders
  • Track 13-1Child neurosurgery
  • Track 13-2Ophthalmic surgery in children
  • Track 13-3Head and neck surgery in children
  • Track 14-1Low muscular tone (hypotonia)
  • Track 14-2Delayed motor milestones, such as sluggish walking or a strange gait
  • Track 14-3Muscle atrophy, twitching, rippling, and weakening are all signs of muscle weakness
  • Track 15-1Bleeding from the intestines or stomach
  • Track 15-2Food allergies or intolerances
  • Track 15-3Severe or complex gastroesophageal reflux disease (gerd) (reflux or gerd)
  • Track 15-4Irritable bowel syndrome (ibs) is a type of bowel disease known as
  • Track 15-5Hepatitis is a liver condition
  • Track 15-6Constipation, whether acute or persistent
  • Track 16-1Thoracic fibrosis
  • Track 16-2Emphysema
  • Track 16-3Dysplastic fibrosis
  • Track 16-4Persistent pneumonia
  • Track 16-5Respiratory medicine advancements
  • Track 16-6Respiratory issues relating to sleep
  • Track 17-1Illnesses with a high fever, an unexplained cause, or a history of recurrence
  • Track 17-2Respiratory infections
  • Track 17-3Hepatitis
  • Track 17-4Meningitis
  • Track 18-1Usage of drugs or alcohol
  • Track 18-2Diabetes
  • Track 18-3Elevated blood pressure (hypertension)
  • Track 18-4Bleeding
  • Track 18-5Sexually transmissible conditions
  • Track 18-6Several pregnancies (twins, triplets, or more)
  • Track 18-7Inadequate or excessive amniotic fluid
  • Track 18-8Premature membrane rupturing (also called the amniotic sac or bag of waters)
  • Track 19-1Blistering conditions
  • Track 19-2Benign growths, cysts
  • Track 19-3Scabies and psoriasis
  • Track 19-4Virus-related skin diseases like herpes