International Diabetes Federation (IDF) Diabetes Complications Congress 2018 is organized by International Diabetes Federation (IDF) and will be held from Oct 25 - 27, 2018 at Hyderabad International Convention Centre (HICC), Hyderabad, Telangana, India.
This CME Conference has been approved for a maximum of 15 European CME credits.
Program Streams :
Diabetes Complications :
This stream deals with general aspects of common and rarer diabetic complications, the latest research into these complications and up-to-date prevention politics and treatments.
Diabetic Foot :
This stream deals with general aspects of the diabetic foot as well as the epidemiology and public health challenges presented by the condition. It also focuses on education and care needed for management and prevention of diabetic foot.
Foot - Peripheral Arterial Disease :
Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) is frequent in people with diabetes being one of the strongest predictors of non-healing foot ulcers and amputations and an independent factor for increased mortality due to associated cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases. PAD in diabetes is largely asymptomatic until an advanced stage. It is usually present at an earlier age and progresses more rapidly and extensively than in non–diabetic patients.
Foot - Ulcers and Infection :
The scientific session on “foot ulcer and infections” will teach current concepts on how to recognize, evaluate and manage patients with diabetes related foot and ankle conditions, complicated by peripheral neuropathy, vascular diseases, foot ulcers and infection. Medical and surgical treatments as well as an overall review of diabetes will enhance the attendees’ knowledge to improve care in their practice.
Foot - Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy and Charcot :
The diabetes pandemic is forcing a necessary and much needed mandatory preventative approach to diabetic neuropathy on a global level. We are urging all healthcare practitioners to fully understand the pathway of destruction of the diabetic foot and alternatively the much more favoured pathway to prevention in managing the diabetic foot. Only with full understanding of neuropathy and its role in the formation of ulcers, amputations and the Charcot foot are we able to prevent foot complications.
Cardiovascular Risk Factors :
Diabetes mellitus is a major health problem globally as a consequence of the aging of the population, unhealthy lifestyle and the resultant epidemic of obesity. Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of morbidity and mortality in people with diabetes and is the largest contributor to health care costs for diabetes. A number of cardiovascular risk factors co-exist in people with diabetes including hypertension, hyperlipidaemia, insulin resistance and obesity.
Coronary Heart Disease and Heart Failure :
Cardio-renal disease has emerged as a central target in patients with diabetes. This has now extended to all vascular areas within the insulin resistant patient. Translational information on the disease process starts in some cases with parents and then extends to their offspring.
Diabetes and Kidney Disease :
The scientific sessions in the Diabetes and Kidney Disease stream will offer researchers and health care professionals the unique opportunity to review recent advances in diabetic kidney disease, hot topics and controversies with emphasis on sharing ideas and knowledge.
Diabetic Eye Disease :
The increasing global prevalence of diabetes has led to a corresponding epidemic of diabetic eye disease. Screening and timely intervention in the presence of sight threatening diabetic eye disease can prevent visual loss, however, diabetic retinopathy remains the leading cause of visual loss in many countries.
Time :09:00 to 14:30.
• Regular Rate - Standard Fee : INR 18,000.00.
• Regular Rate - Onsite Fee : INR 24,000.00.
• Healthcare Professionals - Standard Fee : INR 12,000.00.
• Healthcare Professionals - Onsite Fee : INR 16,000.00.
• LIC/Student - Standard Fee : INR 6,000.00.
• LIC/Student - Onsite Fee : INR 8,000.00.
• Indian Delegates - Standard Fee : INR 8,800.00.
• Indian Delegates - Onsite Fee : INR 12,800.00.
|Registration Type||End Date||Price|
|Regular Rate - Standard Fee||15 Oct,2018||EUR 225.00|
|Regular Rate - Onsite Fee||27 Oct,2018||EUR 300.00|
|Healthcare Professionals - Standard Fee||15 Oct,2018||EUR 150.00|
|Healthcare Professionals - Onsite Fee||27 Oct,2018||EUR 200.00|
|LIC/Student - Standard Fee||15 Oct,2018||EUR 75.00|
|LIC/Student - Onsite Fee||27 Oct,2018||EUR 100.00|
|Indian Delegates - Standard Fee||15 Oct,2018||EUR 110.00|
|Indian Delegates - Onsite Fee||27 Oct,2018||EUR 160.00|