16th International Conference

ON

ENT, Surgery and Anesthesia

Event Date

April 25-26, 2024

Venue

Barcelona, Spain

– QUICK LINKS –

– Previous Conference Performers / Professionals From Around The Globe

Aikaterini Ziaka

Physio4you, Greece

Elizabeth Mahon

Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom

Farah naaz Kazi

United Kingdom

Huang Wei Ling, MD,

Brazil

Michael Fossel

Michigan State University , USA

Iskandar r Budianto 

Atma jaya University. Jakarta

Ken Ware

NeuroPhysics Therapy Institute and Research Centre, Australia

Jorge Arturo Hernandez 

Mexico

Nkechi M Enwerem, 

Harvard University,USA

Said El deib

YAS Clinic , UAE

Sandra Velez-Candelario

Family Organizational Psychology LLC, USA

Xu chen

USA

Media Partners/Collaborator

A huge thanks to all our amazing partners. We couldn’t have a conference without you!

Sponsors/Exhibitors

A huge thanks to all our amazing partners. We couldn’t have a conference without you!

ENT SURGERY CONFERENCE 2024

ConferenceMinds welcomes you to attend the “16th International Conference on ENT, Surgery And Anesthesia” on April 25-26, 2024  focusing on the theme “Advancing the Management of  ENT and Surgery” to be held in Barcelona, Spain. We invite all the participants who have an interest in sharing their data and analysis within the space of Otorhinolaryngology.

In this Hybrid mode, you have the option to join either in-person in Barcelona, Spain, or virtually from the comfort of your home or workplace.

Target Audience

Session and Tracks

Track 1: Otolaryngology / Otorhinolaryngology

Otolaryngology, also known as otorhinolaryngology, is a medical specialty that focuses on the diagnosis and management of conditions related to the ears, nose, and throat (ENT). Practitioners in this field, commonly known as otorhinolaryngologists or ENT physicians, undergo training in both medicine and surgery. Patients typically seek the expertise of these specialists for issues involving the ear, nose, and throat. Otolaryngologists utilize a hands-on approach to diagnosis through physical analysis.

This track encompasses various aspects of otolaryngology, including diseases of the ear, nose, and throat, paranasal sinuses, oral cavity, salivary glands, pharynx, larynx, and esophagus. Otolaryngologists also address ear infections and perform physical analyses for diagnosis.

Track 2: ENT Surgery

ENT surgery becomes necessary when non-invasive treatments and medications prove ineffective in addressing conditions affecting the ears, nose, or throat. Otorhinolaryngology, as a diverse medical specialty, includes sub-specialties such as laryngology, pediatric otology, neurotology, and rhinology, among others. ENT surgery is applied in various procedures, such as biopsies, nasal septum surgery, tonsillectomy, sinus surgery, head and neck cancer surgery, neck dissection, parotidectomy, reconstructive and cosmetic surgery, septoplasty, and thyroidectomy.

Track 3: Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology

This branch focuses on diseases and disorders related to the ears, nose, and throat in newborns and children. Pediatric otorhinolaryngology addresses conditions like tonsillitis, sinusitis, and ear infections. Topics covered include SARS-CoV-2 infection in children, aerodigestive and voice disorders, chronic cough, endobronchial tuberculosis, sedation and anesthesia, and pediatric endoscopy surgery.

Track 4: Laryngology

Laryngology deals specifically with disorders, diseases, and injuries of the vocal apparatus, particularly the larynx. Conditions like congenital stridor, laryngeal cleft and webs, pharyngoesophageal trauma, voice and airway issues, phonotrauma, and chronic laryngeal inflammation are explored in this track.

Track 5: Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) & Snoring

This track focuses on sleep-related breathing disorders, particularly obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and snoring. Topics include maxillo-mandibular advancement, soft palate/tonsil treatments, surgical treatment of snoring/OSAS, occupational voice disorders, robot-assisted surgery, and voice and swallowing in the elderly.

Track 6: Otology / Neurotology

This track delves into the branch of otology concerned with the nervous system’s aspects related to the ear, known as neurotology. Topics covered include myringotomy/ear surgery, vestibular function tests, otitis media, otosclerosis, Meniere’s disease, cochlear implants, radiology of the ear, and tinnitus.

Track 7: Ear Disorders

Covering a range of ear infections and diseases, this track explores issues caused by bacterial or viral infections affecting the middle ear. Topics include eustachian tube dysfunction, epithelial migration, pathophysiology of cholesteatoma, microbiology of chronic ear disease, autoimmune disease, skull base osteomyelitis, hearing rehabilitation, and facial neuropathy.

Track 8: Anesthesia in ENT Surgery

Anesthesia plays a crucial role in ear, nose, and throat surgeries. This track covers various aspects of anesthesia in ENT, including its application in laser surgery, nasal, sinus, and pituitary surgery, endoscopic sinus surgery, head and neck flap reconstructive surgery, parotid surgery, and airway panendoscopy.

Track 9: Head, Neck and Oral Oncology

Focusing on cancers affecting the head, neck, and oral regions, this track covers pathology of thyroid tumors, paranasal sinus and oral cavity cancers, tuberculosis of the larynx, transoral robotic surgery, head and neck pathology, and gene therapy.

Track 10: Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

Facial plastic and reconstructive surgery aim to treat acquired, congenital, and cancer-related anomalies in the face and neck. Topics include nasal reconstruction, auricular reconstruction, microtia reconstruction, otoplasty, rhinoplasty, nasal septum issues, facial transplantation, and tissue engineering.

Track 11: Craniofacial Surgery

This track explores surgical methods for correcting congenital and acquired abnormalities of the head, skull, face, neck, jaws, and associated structures. Topics include syndromic and nonsyndromic craniosynostosis, cleft lip and palate, orthognathic surgery, craniofacial microsomia, temporomandibular joint methods, and facial hemorrhage.

Track 12: Oral/Maxillofacial Surgery and Dentistry

Oral and maxillofacial surgery addresses various diseases, injuries, and deformities in the craniofacial regions. Topics include oral medicine, endodontic surgery, preprosthetic surgery, implantology, maxillary sinusitis, neuralgias of the oral and maxillofacial region, salivary gland pathologies, maxillofacial traumatology, and orthognathic surgery.

Track 13: Audiology and Communication Disorders

Audiology, the study of hearing, balance, and related disorders, is explored in this track. Topics include hearing loss, speech disorders, autism spectrum disorders, intellectual disability, hyperactivity disorder, and audiologic rehabilitation.

Track 14: Speech Language Pathology

This track focuses on speech-language pathologists who assess, diagnose, and treat speech, language, and swallowing disorders. Topics include the development of speech and language, language therapy, articulation and phonological disorders, aphasia disorder, voice disorders, craniofacial anomalies, and neurolinguistics.

Track 15: Laparoscopic and Endoscopic ENT Surgery

Exploring minimally invasive surgical techniques, this track covers endoscopic sinus surgery, tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy, myringotomy with tube insertion, functional endoscopic sinus surgery, sleep apnea inspire therapy, telescopic rod lens system, and digital laparoscope.

Track 16: Rhinology and Allergy

Rhinology, the study of the nose and sinuses, and allergy-related conditions are explored in this track. Topics include allergic and non-allergic rhinitis, innate and adaptive immunity in allergic respiratory inflammation, infectious and atrophic rhinitis, fungal and acute rhinosinusitis, pediatric rhinosinusitis, etiologic factors in chronic rhinosinusitis, bacterial rhinosinusitis, and nasal irrigation.

Track 17: Rhinitis and Rhinosinusitis

This track delves into the irritation and inflammation of the nasal mucous membrane (rhinitis) and concurrent inflammation of the mucosa of the paranasal sinuses (rhinosinusitis). Topics include types of rhinitis, innate and adaptive immunity in allergic respiratory inflammation, infectious and atrophic rhinitis, fungal and acute rhinosinusitis, pediatric rhinosinusitis, and etiologic factors in chronic rhinosinusitis.

Track 18: Sinusitis

Sinusitis, inflammation of the tissue covering the sinuses, is explored in this track. Topics include acute sinusitis, pediatric sinusitis, chronic sinusitis, chronic maxillary sinusitis, sinus headaches, immunodeficiency in chronic sinusitis, antibiotics therapy, pediatric sinus surgery, and nasal irrigation.

Track 19: ENT Infectious Diseases

This track addresses various infectious diseases related to ENT, including fungal laryngitis, tonsils in adults and children, implications for gonococci detection, antimicrobial resistance profiles, mucormycosis, and bacteriological and immunological studies related to the ear.

Track 20: ENT Healthcare in Nursing

This track explores the role of nursing in otorhinolaryngology, covering topics such as allergy, ENT emergencies, clinical rotation, primary care otolaryngology, clinical nurse practitioner, primary healthcare services, palliative care, and pathology.

Track 21: ENT Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation processes in ENT are essential for patients to regain immune power and overcome trauma or lost immunity. This track covers breathing rehabilitation, voice rehabilitation, aural atresia rehabilitation, and the use of music rehabilitation with hearing aids and cochlear implants.

Track 22: Oral Oncology

This track focuses on cancers affecting the oral cavity and related areas. Topics include cancer of the buccal mucosa, oral tongue and floor of the mouth, temporomandibular disorder, chemoprevention, xerostomia and mucositis, and malignant lesions of the oral cavity.

Track 23: Covid and ENT

Exploring the impact of COVID-19 on the ENT region, this track covers epidemiology, aspects of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, mitigation of COVID-19, virology, and the pathophysiology and immunopathology associated with COVID-19.

Track 24: ENT Medical Devices

This track focuses on the various medical devices used in ENT for diagnosis, therapy, and surgical procedures. Topics include hearing aids, implants, and listening devices; instrument sets for ENT surgeries; adenotonsillectomy; miscellaneous devices; microlaryngoscopy; thyroplasty; and the use of endoscopes, lasers, and imaging in ENT surgeries.

In conclusion, the diverse tracks within Otolaryngology cover a wide range of topics, from the diagnosis and treatment of specific disorders to surgical procedures, rehabilitation, and the impact of infectious diseases. These tracks provide a comprehensive overview of the multidisciplinary nature of otorhinolaryngology and highlight the importance of addressing various aspects of ear, nose, and throat health for comprehensive patient care.

Market Analysis

The Otology, Rhinology, and Laryngology Conference in 2024 is poised to be a significant event in the medical landscape, addressing the latest advancements and challenges in the fields of ear, nose, and throat (ENT) medicine. Market analysis suggests a growing demand for specialized conferences in otology, rhinology, and laryngology, driven by the continuous evolution of diagnostic and treatment modalities in ENT care.

This conference is expected to attract a diverse audience, including otolaryngologists, audiologists, speech-language pathologists, researchers, and healthcare professionals specializing in ENT disorders. The market for otology, rhinology, and laryngology conferences is expanding due to several factors, including the rising prevalence of ENT conditions, advancements in surgical techniques, and the integration of innovative technologies in diagnostics and treatment.

Key drivers for the growth of this market include the increasing demand for minimally invasive ENT procedures, developments in hearing restoration technologies, and the emphasis on personalized and patient-centered care. The conference serves as a crucial platform for knowledge exchange, professional development, and networking within the ENT community.

Pharmaceutical companies, medical device manufacturers, and technology providers often use the conference to showcase their latest products and innovations in the otology, rhinology, and laryngology space. As ENT care continues to advance, the market for conferences in these specialized areas is expected to witness sustained growth. The conference is likely to play a pivotal role in shaping the future of ENT medicine by fostering collaboration, disseminating best practices, and showcasing the latest advancements in the field.

– Quick Contact –