International E-Conference on Pediatrics and Neonatology “Pediatrics WEBINAR” is scheduled on April 29th - 30th, 2021 to bring together a unique and international mix of experts to exchange and share their experiences and research outcomes on all elements of Pediatrics and Neonatology.
We welcome researchers, engineers, academic people and students, industry, investors, and people from all walks of life interested in Pediatrics and Neonatology to attend the conference and share the experiences and lessons with other enthusiasts and develop opportunities for cooperation.
Conference sessions may be organized towards participants with different levels of experience or different positions. Main conference sessions include the following tracks. Choose to follow one track or move between tracks to create your own personalized conference experience.
Market Analysis about Pediatrics and Neonatology: Neonatal Infant Care Market size was surpassed USD 2.4 billion in 2019 and is expected to register over 7% CAGR from 2020 to 2026. The growing market size is attributed to increasing in the number of neonatal healthcare facilities across the globe along with rising in the number of premature new-borns in both the developed and developing economies.
As per the recent statistic published by a research article, around 11% of the total pregnancies result in premature or early deliveries. In the U.S. alone around 450,000 babies are born prematurely and globally over 15 million new births are early or premature. Hence, the new-born babies that need special care and attention will often need to be admitted in the neonatal healthcare facilities providing technologically advanced treatment and specialized nursing care. Currently, the amalgamation of technology with computer intelligence has extended their support to daily caretakers. Various devices including thermoregulators, monitoring devices such as ventilators, blood gas monitoring systems among others are developed with the latest technology for better clinical outcomes.
The ongoing pandemic of COVID-19 has somewhat impacted the neonatal infant care market. The pandemic has affected millions of people including adults, pediatrics, and neonates across the globe. The rapid spread of COVID-19 has resulted in several thousands of hospital admissions, thereby providing demand for medical equipment in facilities. The new-borns and pediatrics are at increased risk of COVID-19 infection as they have underdeveloped immune systems. Hence, several government organizations have established specific regulations and standards for testing as well as efficient diagnostic procedures for newborns and pediatrics. This will result in stimulating the demand for diagnostic and monitoring equipment for neonatal care during pandemic across the globe.
Pediatricians throughout the world are becoming aware of the severe phychological reactions among children in man-made and natural disasters, especially in war-torn areas of the world. This paper is the second of two by a Task Force of the American Psychological Association and is focused especially on interventions. There has been relatively little attention to the needs of children, especially their psychological needs.