Scientific Program

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Day 1 :

Hospital Management 2018 International Conference Keynote Speaker Amelia Sarmento photo
Biography:

Amelia Sarmento has completed her PhD at the age of 31 years from Universidade do Porto and postdoctoral studies at Instituto de Biologia Molecular e Celular (IBMC-UP), also from Universidade do Porto. She is an Associate Professor at Faculdade de Ciências da Saúde, Universidade Fernando Pessoa at Porto and is a Researcher at
both FP-ENAS/CEBIMED (Universidade Fernando Pessoa) and at IBMC/I3S. She has published 12 papers in reputed journals and was a Guest Associated Editor at Frontiers Immunology/Mucosal Immunology Section, hosting a Research Topic entitled “Understanding Crohn’s disease: immunity, genes and microbes”.

Abstract:

Mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis (MAP) has been implicated in the development of infl ammatory bowel disease (IBD) and colorectal cancer. Portugal has a high prevalence of IBD and Porto is one of the Portuguese districts with higher IBD prevalence.
Our goal was to assess MAP contamination in drinking and domestic untreated water sources in Porto geographical area, since water may be an important contaminating source of MAP for humans. One liter of public drinking water and/or a domestic untreated water source were collected at diff erent locations in Porto area in early Autumn. Biofi lms were also collected by swabbing tap inner surfaces with a sterile cotton swab. A second collection of domestic untreated water was performed aft er winter rains, in early February. Water samples were fi ltered and DNA was extracted from both water fi lters and biofi lmsuspensions using specifi c commercial kits. MAP  contamination was evaluated through a IS900-based nested PCR assay. Drinking water samples showed higher MAP contamination than domestic water collected in Autumn. In February, MAP detection signifi cantly increased in domestic water. MAP DNA was detected at a higher frequency in tap biofi lms than in the corresponding water collected. Drinking and domestic water may be important sources of MAP contamination in Porto area. The increased MAP detection observed aft er winter rains in domestic water may refl ect soil leaching. Since MAP can resist to water treatment procedures and persist in biofi lms, increased microbial surveillance and development of new water treatment methods are most needed to avoid human exposure to this resilient pathobiont.

Keynote Forum

Usha Dane

LIC, India

Keynote: Woman’s health management aft er the age of 50

Time : 10:15-11:00

Hospital Management 2018 International Conference Keynote Speaker Usha Dane photo
Biography:

Usha Dane has the below mentioned to her credit: MBBS from BJ Medical College Pune India , FRHS (Fellow of Rural Health Service) MD Naturopathy Medicine. PGPD (Post Graduate Program in Diabetes) From John Hopkins School of Medicine Baltimore. She is Authorized Medical Attendant for Central Government Employees Government of India Panel Doctor for Employees State Insurance Scheme Government of Maharashtra India. Panel Doctor for
LIC of India.

Abstract:

Aging is a natural process which you cannot escape, the fact that probably you are getting older, for many women the years between aft er 50 brings a number of changes, successes achievements and challenges with memories. Some aspects in life aft er 50 of women can be controlled and some are out of our hands, along with health issues the risk of many chronic health issues increase with age, but
there are several things which we can do to help lower your health risks. It is important to take care of physical, mental & emotional health. My presentation will be to improve women’s health aft er the age of 50 by avoiding hormones replacement therapy that is strogens and progesterone. Aft er this age I feel that women are not answerable to any one, as by this age women have fulfi lled all duties towards their family and should enjoy and make full use of their life.