Track Categories

The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.

The field of general otolaryngology manages General Otolaryngology doctors care of the two grown-ups and youngsters experiencing an extensive variety of infections influencing the ears, nose, and throat and furthermore clarifies the advances in the surgical systems related with ear, nose, and throat. With the progression of innovation there is an exorbitant utilization of robots and apply autonomy in completing surgeries which include high hazard. In this session, the general points of view of otolaryngology and its interdisciplinary relations with other field are examined.

  • Track 1-1Stem Cell and Otorhinolaryngology
  • Track 1-2Nanotechnology and Otorhinolaryngology
  • Track 1-3Immunotherapy and Otorhinolaryngology
  • Track 1-4Surgical Principles in Implantation
  • Track 1-5Challenges unique to the global Scenario

Otology is the branch of medicine that reviews on different ailing condition and medications of the ear. This additionally incorporates hearing and adjusts issue and wounds or infections of the skull base. This field is identified with neurotologist who gives surgical care to the nerves that interface the ear and mind, which incorporates treatment of hearing misfortune, tinnitus, wooziness, irresistible and fiery infections of the ear, facial nerve issue, innate contortions of the ear, and tumours of the ear, hearing nerve, and skull base.

  • Track 2-1Endoscopic ontological surgery
  • Track 2-2Verification and validation of hearing aids
  • Track 2-3Genetic heterogeneity
  • Track 2-4Cochlear Implantation
  • Track 2-5Tinnitus

The field of rhinology gives an entire scope for therapeutic and surgical administration of sinusitis and sensitivity, in addition to cutting-edge management of tumors and other complex procedures and diseases affecting the sinuses and skull base. Technological innovations, including the latest in powered instrumentation and drills, computer image guidance, and balloon sinus dilation, aid in these advanced techniques and provide significant advantages over conventional methodologies. Furthermore, the division was among the first on the planet to get and use intraoperative CT imaging for continuous surgical utilize.

  • Track 3-1Rhinitis and Rhinosinusitis - Types and Treatment
  • Track 3-2Nasal polyposis pathophysiology
  • Track 3-3Endoscopic skull base surgery
  • Track 3-4Rhinology and Facial Plastic Surgery
  • Track 3-5Sinonasal tumours

Reconstruction following resection of malignant tongue tumours, tonsil problem, cancer of the larynx, bronchoscopy and esophagoscopy, roentgen examination of the nasal accessory sinuses, the treatment of chronic nasal sinusitis, theories of hearing, otosclerosis, the conservative treatment of chronic supportive otitis media, meningitis and its treatment and cerebral abscess remains the most difficult problems in head and neck oncology. The recent trends in tongue reconstruction explain the insights of knowledge of available reconstructive options focused on optimizing speech and swallowing function and maximizing the quality of life.

  • Track 4-1Telepractice in audiology
  • Track 4-2Parotid adenoid cystic carcinoma
  • Track 4-3Laryngoscopy
  • Track 4-4Laryngopharyngeal reflux
  • Track 4-5Branchoesophagology

Multidisciplinary voice cares have been the central to recent advancements in laryngology, including improvement in voice surgery. Patients with voice disorders are served best when their care and treatment are provided by not only laryngologists but also by skilled voice professionals who share in the process of diagnosing and treating voice disorders, determine the need and timing for the surgical intervention and rehabilitating patients and their voice following an operative intervention. So this session briefs about all the aspects of advancements in the tongue-speaking and laryngology. 

  • Track 5-1Speaking therapies
  • Track 5-2Voice therapies
  • Track 5-3Deglutition disorders; rehabilitation and treatments
  • Track 5-4Problems in voice prosthesis and solutions
  • Track 5-5Cleft palate and lips speaking therapies

Obstructive rest apnea (OSA) is related to intermittent atrial fibrillation (AF) after electrocardioversion. The investigation manages the discoveries that can be institutionalized to anticipate the nearness and the seriousness of obstructive rest apnea (OSA). This session examines the indications, utilization of Practice Parameters and Clinical Guidelines and the utilization of transoral robot-helped lingual tonsillectomy and uvulopalatopharyngoplasty for the surgical administration of tongue base deterrent in patients with obstructive rest apnea.

  • Track 6-1Hypoglossal nerve stimulation
  • Track 6-2Current approach to sleep apnea and snoring
  • Track 6-3Robotics in Sleep Apnea
  • Track 6-4Obesity and Obstructive Sleep Apnea
  • Track 6-5Surgical & Non-surgical interventions of OSA

The diseases of communication include hearing loss, voice and speech disorders, and, on the most essential and significant level, language disorders. The disorders of communication heretofore have not been considered a substantial public health issue. There are no precise figures as to the prevalence of these disorders. The aim of this session is to discuss the hypothetical otorhinolaryngological symptoms in a patient and propose an interdisciplinary approach to their care. 

  • Track 7-1Genetical effects in otorhinolaryngology
  • Track 7-2Otorhinolaryngological manifestations
  • Track 7-3Hearing reconstructions
  • Track 7-4Otitis complications
  • Track 7-5Vestibular examinations

This field offers a comprehensive approach to clinical and basic contributions in all of the areas of prevention, cure and surgical care for newborns of otorhinolaryngological disorders. This emphasizes on a medium for clinical and basic contributions in all of the areas of Paediatric Otorhinolaryngology and how new technology and operations allow clinicians to treat Otolaryngologic disorders that were without treatment in the past. 

  • Track 8-1Tonsil and adenoid problems and current approaches
  • Track 8-2Paediatric hearing losses
  • Track 8-3Upper respiratory tract infection
  • Track 8-4Airway diseases in children and surgeries
  • Track 8-5Paradoxical vocal fold motion

The session focuses on research and clinical practices, on common and uncommon disorders and therapeutics, physicians' preferred techniques and case reports about otolaryngology-head & neck surgery, including rhinology & anterior skull base surgery, otology/neurotology, facial plastic & reconstructive surgery, head & neck oncology serves as a vital resource for the community, providing essential experience and knowledge about the current trends in head and neck surgery.

  • Track 9-1Tracheostomy
  • Track 9-2Transoral robotic surgery
  • Track 9-3Multi-disciplined approach towards the Head-Neck cancers
  • Track 9-4Diagnostic surgical pathology of the head and neck
  • Track 9-5Sialoendoscopy

The study summarises different conditions like obstructive sleep apnea, airway obstruction and the surgical procedures like transoral robotic surgery, tracheoplasty respectively used for their treatment. Imaging techniques such as computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) aid in the sensitive and accurate assessment of various conditions of Otolaryngology which is required in the selection of appropriate surgical treatment method. This also deals with personalized therapy for the treatment of head and neck cancer.

  • Track 10-1Robot-Based Surgery
  • Track 10-2Facial plastics and Reconstructive surgery
  • Track 10-3Anaesthesia in ENT Surgery
  • Track 10-4ENT Surgical Navigation
  • Track 10-5Cholesteatoma, Mastoidectomy, Tympanoplasty

The field of Otorhinolaryngology and Oncology deals with the assessment of health-related pre-clinical and translational research, as well as research related to the clinical management of Otorhinolaryngology and head & neck cancers. This includes cancers of the oral cavity, pharynx, larynx, paranasal sinuses, nasal cavity and salivary glands. This session is for medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, surgical oncologists, speech therapists, rehabilitation medicine providers, as well as basic and translational researchers, drug developers, dental practitioner and other allied healthcare professionals related to the etiology, pathophysiology, prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and survivorship of these cancers are all considered.

  • Track 11-1Primary mucinous eccrine adenocarcinoma
  • Track 11-2The approach towards the larynx cancer
  • Track 11-3Sub maxillary gland tumors
  • Track 11-4Sinus and skull base cancer
  • Track 11-5Head and Neck Oncology

This session offers a wide knowledge about the developments in the fields of microvascular techniques, minimally invasive cosmetic procedures, and unique applied technologies related to patients’ state-of-the-art care for all areas of cosmetic and reconstructive enhancements to improve their function, confidence, and quality of life. This likewise reports on the most far-reaching scope of facial plastic surgery and useful issues driving changes in facial plastic surgery to rehearse and the ethnic varieties, against maturing methodologies, wandering surgical concerns.

  • Track 12-1Rhynoplasty
  • Track 12-2Facial rejuvenation
  • Track 12-3Blepharoplasty
  • Track 12-4Filling practices
  • Track 12-5Cosmetology

This subject will talk about general standards of analgesic administration for H&N surgery, including aviation route administration particular to these cases. Aviation route assessment, administration of normal and troublesome aviation routes for anesthesia, anesthesia for tonsillectomy, anesthesia for thyroid surgery, and anesthesia for craniotomy are examined all the more completely independently. 

  • Track 13-1Aviation route administration for acceptance of general anesthesia
  • Track 13-2Fast arrangement enlistment and intubation (RSII) for anesthesia
  • Track 13-3Administration of the troublesome aviation route for general anesthesia in grown-ups
  • Track 13-4Anesthesia for tonsillectomy with or without adenoidectomy in youngsters
  • Track 13-5Adaptable degree intubation for anesthesia

This session underlines on the current scenario of recent advancements in the Implant Otorhinolaryngology. Current market entries vary in size and true portability, and use of some devices is limited by the patient's body habitus. Nonetheless, this technology has a potential role in the resection of bone-density structures and can help guide surgical decision making to assure completeness of resection and proximity to critical anatomic structures, such as the optic canal.

  • Track 14-1Radio-Imaging of the Auditory System
  • Track 14-2Innovative biomaterials and novel implant technologies
  • Track 14-3Implants for osteosynthesis at the bony skull
  • Track 14-4Nanotechnology in biomaterials and implants
  • Track 14-5Pharmacotherapeutics used in practice

This theme will offer a one of a kind and far-reaching viewpoint on the key improvements in this field and also treatment of a full scope of conditions. These range from normal issues, for example, sinusitis and hypersensitivity irritation, to hearing misfortune and malignancies of the head and neck. From enhancing the exactness of audiology tests to tinnitus decrease procedures, analysts are always attempting to enhance personal satisfaction. This session will offer the gathering the latest clinical advances and has assumed a vast part in settling on the best choice for ear, nose and throat care.

  • Track 15-1Operative Otorhinolaryngology
  • Track 15-2Craniofacial biology and craniofacial surgery
  • Track 15-3Principles of posterior fossa surgery
  • Track 15-4Pathology of the head and neck
  • Track 15-5Differential diagnosis in otolaryngology -- head and neck surgery
  • Track 15-6Evidence-Based Practice: Paediatric Tonsillectomy

Practitioners and researchers always rely on their own experience and learning in assessing and utilizing any data, strategies, and mixes. In utilizing such techniques or mixes, they ought to be careful their security and well-being of others. This session talks about the advancement and troubles looked during clinical practices in the field of Otorhinolaryngology.

  • Track 16-1Epistaxis: A Contemporary Evidence Based Approach
  • Track 16-2Evidence-Based Practice: Functional Rhinoplasty
  • Track 16-3Evidence-Based Practice: Sublingual Immunotherapy for Allergic Rhinitis
  • Track 16-4Evidence-Based Practice: Paediatric Obstructive Sleep Apnea
  • Track 16-5Evidence-Based Practice: Paediatric Tonsillectomy

This session deals with the Ethical considerations in the treatment of Otorhinolaryngology and head & neck cancer, a relatively unexplored area within the context of overall cancer care. Medical ethics is an arrangement of good rules that apply esteems to the act of clinical drug and in logical research. Medical ethics depend on an arrangement of qualities that experts can allude to on account of any perplexity or strife. These qualities incorporate the regard for self-sufficiency, non-perniciousness, usefulness, and justice. Such fundamentals may permit specialists, mind suppliers, and families to make a treatment design and work towards a similar shared objective with no contention. 

  • Track 17-1Considerations in Ethical Marketing and Advertising
  • Track 17-2Patient’s Rights VS. Physician’s Rights
  • Track 17-3Ethical Decision-Making Model
  • Track 17-4Medical/legal considerations on cochlear implants
  • Track 17-5Relationship between health economics and bioethics in Otorhinolaryngology

Numerous patients with states of the ear, nose, and throat report a scope of different manifestations and expectations their internist can recommend a cure that will ease their hopelessness and improve them feel rapidly. This session is ideal for the for ENT junior trainees, the general practice 's with a special interest in ENT, nurse practitioners, and medical students which will cover everything about general practice and also late advances and warnings in ENT for a new practical guide for managing everyday ENT conditions.

  • Track 18-1Ear, Nose, and Throat conditions
  • Track 18-2Referral guidelines for ENT in primary care
  • Track 18-3Recent advances and red flags in ENT practice
  • Track 18-4Common ENT problem in general practice
  • Track 18-5ENT / Oral Health - Primary Care physician

This session covers all the subspecialties of Otolaryngology, including current surgical procedures, diagnostic tests, imaging innovation, and prosthetics, incorporate Facial Transplantation, Minimally Invasive Therapy for the Aging Face, Advances in Craniofacial Surgery, Surgical Rehabilitation of the Paralyzed Face, Cochlear Implantation for Single Sided Deafness and Robotic Surgery in Head and Neck Cancer.

  • Track 19-1Cochlear Implant and Rehabilitation
  • Track 19-2Head and Neck Cancer
  • Track 19-3Paediatric Voice Disorders: Evaluation, Pathology and Innovations
  • Track 19-4Sinus and Nasal Disorders
  • Track 19-5Skull Base Tumours

This session provides a more complete and critical understanding of research practices, especially in the behavioral sciences of Otorhinolaryngology.  This proposes dependable direct of research, explore morals, and clinical results. It at that point abridges the discoveries displayed in a portion of the more vital investigations of research conduct, finishes up with general perceptions about needs and suggestions for ventures to enhance the adequacy of endeavors to react to wrongdoing and encourage higher gauges for trustworthiness in examine and clinical trials.

  • Track 20-1Programming protocols & Mapping Technology
  • Track 20-2Binaural Implantation & its benefits
  • Track 20-3Image Guidance in Sinus Surgery
  • Track 20-4Robotics in otolaryngology and head and neck surgery
  • Track 20-5Outcomes Research and Epidemiology