Scientific Program

Conference Series Ltd invites all the participants across the globe to attend International Conference on Aesthetic Medicine and ENT Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia .

Day 1 :

Keynote Forum

Ahmad A Alanazi,

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, USA

Keynote: The 1-3-6 timeline interprofessional simulation training

Time : 09:00-09:45

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Biography:

Ahmad A Alanazi has completed his PhD and AuD degrees from University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, USA and his Masters’ degree from Flinders University, Australia. He is a Lecturer at King Saud bin Abdulaziz Univeristy for Health Sciences, Saudi Arabia and an Adjunct Clinic Instructor at University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. His research interests are broad but mainly focus on hearing loss detection and intervention, simulation, and interprofessional education/practice in which he has published several papers in peer-reviewed journal. His recent research focuses on the collaborative work among the healthcare professionals in meeting the 1-3-6 timeline via the use of simulation.

 

Abstract:

Early detection of congenital hearing loss is critically important. Research tells us that if we find out a baby has hearing loss early, we can begin interventions and improve a child's ability to develop language and to learn and develop social skills. Universal neonatal hearing screening was legislated in many countries with a goal of meeting the 1-3-6 timeline (identification of hearing loss by one month, diagnosis by three months, and intervention by six months). This early identification and habilitation of deafness offers the child the best chances to develop communication skills commensurate with their typically hearing peers. The process of hearing loss identification, diagnosis, and intervention requires interprofessionl education/practice (IPE/IPP) between ENT specialists, audiologists, speech-language pathologists, and other healthcare professionals. However, much misinformation exists among healthcare professionals with regard to this timeline. The Joint Committee on Infant Hearing reported that there is a shortage of professionals with skills and expertise in both pediatrics and hearing loss. This misinformation also appears among parents. For instance, the Arkansas loss-to-follow-up/loss-to-documentation rate was more than 70% in 2014. Therefore, the importance of IPE/IPP has been recognized by the Institute of Medicine as a major contributor to improving healthcare outcomes across the lifespan. The use of simulation (i.e., manikins and standardized parents who represent specific scenarions) can help to: (a) Conduct infant hearing screening and diagnosis, (b) counsel the parents regarding the results and next steps in the hearing loss identification and re/habilitation process, and (c) appreciate the benefits of the 1-3-6 timeline.

Keynote Forum

Sinta Murlistyarini

School of Medicine Universitas Brawijaya, Indonesia

Keynote: 15% Glycolic acid chemical peeling for periorbital dark circle

Time : 09:45-10:30

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Biography:

Sinta Murlistyarini has concluded her Medical studies in 2006, and has specialized in Dermatovenereology in 2011 from School of Medicine of Universitas Diponegoro Semarang Indonesia. Since 2012, she opened her own outpatient private clinic for Dermatovenereology in Malang, Indonesia. She became a Lecturer at Dermatovenereology Department, School of Medicine Universitas Brawijaya and Dr. Saiful Anwar General Hospital, Malang, Indonesia since 2012. She now is the Head of Cosmetic Dermatology Department at Dermatovenereology Department School of Medicine, Universitas Brawijaya Malang.

Abstract:

Introduction: Periorbital dark circle is a common condition that involves darkening of the upper and lower eyelid skin. Dark circles are caused by multipe etiologic factors that include dermal postinflammatory hyperpigmentation, dermal melanin deposition, superficial location of vasculature, periorbital edema, and shadowing due to skin laxity. It is often refractory to treatment. Multiple treatment modalities have been used for periorbital hyperpigmentation with unsatisfactory result.

Case: A 28 years-old Javanese female came with chief complaint of dark circles around her eyes. She had a personal history of atopy. Dermatological examination revealed bilateral periorbital hyperpigmented patch with thickening and fine lines involving her upper and lower eyelids. Pre-peel treatment with 8% glycolic acid once daily and sunblock SPF33 were given since 2 weeks before peeling treatment. 15% glycolic acid chemical peeling was performed. After two series 3-weekly interval chemical peeling, there was improvement in hyperpigmentation of 25-50% Physician Global Assessment and scored 3 in patient’s Visual Analog Scale. No side effect was noted.

Discussion: Periorbital dark circle due to atopic dermatitis are believed to be caused by accumulation of fluid due to facial allergy, rubbing and scratching the skin around the eyes. Glycolic acid may contribute through various ways, as anti-inflammatory, keratolytic, and antioxidant effects. Glycolic acid accelerates collagen synthesis, decreasing Ca ion and modulates matrix degradation.

Keynote Forum

Padma Shri Dr. Jitender Mohan Hans

Dr. Hans Centre for ENT, Hearing Care & Vertigo, India

Keynote: Cochlear implant surgery by the Veria technique: Experience from 2000 cases

Time : 10:45-11:30

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Biography:

Padmashree awardee Prof. (Dr) J. M. Hans, is a topper and medalist from PGI Chandigarh. Dr. Hans has done pioneering work in the field of cochlear implant surgery and has done more than 1500 cochlear implants in his center, centers around the country and also in SAARC countries. He is the Founder Member of the Cochlear Implant Group of India. He is currently Chairman& Director of Dr. Hans Centre for ENT & Cochlear Implant and Chairman of Dept of ENT & Cochlear Implant, Venkateshwar Hospital, Dwarka, New Delhi. He is Honorary Consultant to Ex-Prime Minister of India. Dr. Hans is Government Member to the Ali Yajur Jung National Institute for Deafness, Mumbai. The Government appointed him as Executive Member of the All India Institute of Speech and Hearing, Mysore. He is appointed Member to the National Program on Prevention and Control on Deafness (NPPCD) and Advisor to UPSC and WHO. He pioneered the minimally invasive technique for Cochlear Implantation in India. He is also advisor Cochlear Implant Surgeon to Pingalwara Trust in Amritsar. He is visiting cochlear implant surgeon to the Medical Colleges of Chattisgarh, Andhra Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh, PGI Chandigarh etc., to perform CI surgery on deaf and dumb children.

Abstract:

The Veria technique for cochlear implantation is a non mastoidectomy technique which is done through the endaural route for the cochleostomy with a transcanal tunnel drilled in the posterior canal wall. This technique has been used for implanting in more than 2000 cases. This technique uses a specially designed perforator to make the tunnel in the posterior canal wall. Though the conventional techniques has been successful it is more time consuming and is prone to various complications especially in children with small facial recess, cochlear malformations and cochlear rotation. This technique is simple, helps in faster healing and earlier fitting of the processor, is precise thereby minimising trauma to the facial nerve. The surgery can be performed in infants who have not yet developed the mastoid completely. This technique can be applied in difficult cases of common cavity, ossified cochlea, cochlear hypoplasia, otosclerosis, high jugular bulb, rotated cochlea with great ease and minimal difficulty.

Keynote Forum

Masroor Ahmad Wani

Health Zone (Aesthetic & Skin Chamber), India

Keynote: Sunscreen vs. sunlight at altitude

Time : 11:30-12:15

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Biography:

Masroor Ahmad Wani is Gold Medalist, has done MD from Medical College, Kolkata. He is practicing Aesthetic and Skin Medicine at Health Zone Medicate, Srinagar, India. He has published many articles in newspapers and magazines, has attended more than 22 national and international dermatological conferences.

 

Abstract:

Altitude increases the sunburn risk. Skiers, hikers and other people whose activities are in the mountains especially during the sunny snow season develop mild or moderate sun burn. UV intensities increase with altitude because objects are physically closer to sun. In general, intensity increases at a rate of 6% per 1000 feet above the sea level for the same altitude. At 5000 feet the sun is 30% stronger than at sea level. At 1000 ft. the sun’s intensity increases by 60%, at a very high altitude, the sun’s characteristics also change due to thinning of the atmosphere. Ultra violet light is made up of UVC, UVB and UVA; UVC being the shorter wavelength that is filtered out by the earth’s ozone layer. UVA and UVB penetrate the ozone layer and reach the earth’s surface but the atmosphere filters more UVA and UVB. Fortunately UVA is not so powerful in its effects with UVB on the skin. In a study published in the Academy of Dermatology, Rigel and his team reported similar results with ski instructors in Vail, who applied two different sunscreens – one with SPF 50 and other with SPF 85 to different sides of face. The sunscreen SPF 50 was not enough to protect them from sun burn.

  • Ear Disorders and Treatment
Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Speaker

Chair

Padma Shri Dr. Jitender Mohan Hans

Dr. Hans Centre for ENT, Hearing Care & Vertigo, India

Speaker
Biography:

Dr Zuraida is a senior medical lecturer in the Audiology Program, School of Health Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM). She received her Medical Degree (MD) from USM in 2002 and Master of Science (Medical Audiology) in 2010 from the same university. She was the pioneer in establishing USM Vertigo Clinic since 2008. Apart from her clinical commitment, she has also been an active researcher in the field balance and vestibular. She has been sharing her research findings both locally and internationally and has published more than 60 publications including journal, oral, books and proceeding. Awarded with many research grants, Dr Zuraida has invented many clinical tools for assessing and treating balance disordered and stroke patients. Her home based treatment product, known as Bal Ex, has won many awards (gold and silver medals). She is currently developing a virtual vestibular rehabilitation procedure for balance disordered patients.

Abstract:

Vestibular rehabilitation is one of the optimum treatments to promote the recovery among vestibular disorder and stroke patients. The effectiveness of these physical therapies has been clearly demonstrated. In fact, having an effective therapy that is home based or one to one offers many advantages to the patients and clinicians. Zainun and her colleagues (2009) had developed the first video guided exercise that is home-based known as Bal Ex. Other module and protocols developed for balance rehabilitation are Bal Ex Stand Up: Manual Footplate for Balance Rehabilitation, Bal Ex Mobile Virtual Room for visual vertigo patients, Bal Ex Stroke homebased video module for stroke rehabilitation, Bal Ex Physio homebased physiotherapy module for stroke patients and others. This module has many advantages which are easy to perform as there are step by step instructions presented with audio and visual cues. Second, since it is home-based, the patients are able to use them as self-guidance and they can minimize their follow up to the hospital for treatment. This is also practical for patients with reduced mobility and it also offers more flexibility. Indirectly, it is also cost-effective in a long run. Indirectly having this latest innovation product will improve our current clinical management of vestibular disorder and stroke patients.

  • Phoniatry and Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)
Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Session Introduction

Md Monjurul Alam

Bangabundhu Sheik Mujib Medical University, Bangladesh

Title: Assesment of snoring & sleep apnoea
Speaker
Biography:

Md Monjurul Alam has been working as Professor of Otolaryngology & Head - Neck Surgery at Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU), Shahbag, Dhaka since 2010. He Passed MBBS from Rajshahi Medical College, FCPS (ENT) from Bangladesh College of Physicians & Surgeon, Qualified MS in Otolaryngology from Dhaka University,obtained FICS from USA. He got advanced training in Micro-ear Surgery, FESS & RhynoPlastic Surgery, Snoring & Sleep Surgery, LASER Surgery, Skull-Base surgery from USA, UK, Australia, India, Singapore, Bangkok, Malaysia & different countries of Europe. He is a pioneer of Endoscopic Ear surgery in Bangladesh. He activly perticipated in workshop, seminer, conference, Congress in different countries. He has more than 80 articles published in different national & international journals.More than 5 research works has been going on under his supervision in BSMMU.

Abstract:

Obstructive sleep Apnoea ( OSA) is a chronic disorder characterized by intermittent upper airway collapse which impairs ventilation and disrupts sleep. Approximately 3-7% of adult men & 2-5% of adult women in general population suffers from OSA associated excessive daytime slerpiness. Nearly 22 million Americans are affected by osa, making it most common disorder. Patients & with undiagnosed & untreated OSA are at incresed risk for cardiovascular and cardiovascular health consequences and co-morbidities. Suspicion of the disease, investigations & diagnosis of OSA is very essential. Usually OSA is observed by bed partners or roommates that the patient having problems of loud snoring sound Apnoea during sleep.Patient's Body mass index, Neck & waist circumference and presence of retrignathia or micrognathia should be taken into account. Mallampati score & Epwarth scale of the parient is also important. Adequate physical exam - oral Exam is essential.Mueller maneuver Fibro optic Nasopharyngo Laryngoscooy is important. Pulse Oximetey is screening test. Polysomnography is a gold standard of all investigations from which AHI, RDI, ODI can assessed. Sleep MRI or dynamic ultrafast MRI is done to detect level of obstructions. Recently Drug Induced Sleep Endoscopy (DISE) is latest method to diagnose OSA detect level of obstructions. Cephalometric methods can also be applied. OSA is associated with subatantial economic costs to society including increased medical costs. So early Suspicion, adequate physical Examination, essential investigations should be done to diagnose OSA timely & treat the patient timely to prevent morbidity mortality from OSA.

  • Hair Transplantation
Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Speaker

Chair

Masroor Ahmad Wani

Health Zone (Aesthetic & Skin Chamber), India

Session Introduction

MMT Vasan

Apollo Cosmetic Surgical centre & V-Graft Hair Transplant centre, India

Title: Suction assisted hair transplantation (FUT & FUE)
Speaker
Biography:

Dr. M M T Vasan practices at Apollo Spectra Hospitals. Professional qualification of the Doctor is MBBS, MS, Fellowship in Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery and specializes in Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery. Dr. M M T Vasan has expertise in Cosmetic Surgery with an experience of 7 Years.

Abstract:

Introduction: Hair transplant (HT) is a common cosmetic surgery. Finer & newer techniques are coming up very often.

Materials & Methods: Suction assisted procedure for inserting the hair grafts is very easy and faster technique. Harvesting is done by: 1. Follicular Unit Transplant (FUT) or 2. Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE). For inserting the grafts we can use, 11 blade knife or iris knife to make a slit or 19 or 22 gauge hypodermic needles to make holes and to insert the grafts, for easy insertion of the graft can use suction negative pressure. The needle is attached to a no.14 size suction catheter which in turn is attached to a suction machine which produces a mild vacuum suction pressure (approximately 50-80 mm of Hg). The suction power sucks out the blood making the field clear for easy visualization of the hole. It removes the skin debris produced during piercing. Then the hair graft is inserted.

Results & Analysis: Suction assisted hair transplant was done in 500+ cases in past 6 years. It was noted that, there was a significant decrease in cyst formation post operatively and increased hair growth.

Conclusion: The suction sucks out the dermal skin debris produced by the piercing of the skin with hypo dermic needles and hence avoids the formation of dermal inclusion cysts. 2. Sucks out the oozing blood & hence produces clear field for easy insertion. 3. The suction negative pressure automatically guides the hair graft to enter into the hole easily without much manipulation & hence faster surgery can be done.

  • Workshop on Chemical Peels
Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Session Introduction

Masroor Ahmad Wani

Health Zone (Aesthetic & Skin Chamber), India

Title: Expectations from chemical peel practice
Speaker
Biography:

Dr Masroor Ahmad Wani is gold medalist, has done MD from medical college Kolkata. He is practicing aesthetic and skin medicine at Health zone Medicate Srinagar India. He has published many articles in newspapers and magazines, has attended more than 22 national and international dermatological conferences. 

Abstract:

A compound peel is a treatment in which a corrosive arrangement is utilized to expel the harmed external layers of the skin. In performing concoction peels, we apply alpha hydroxy acids, trichloroacetic corrosive, or phenol to the skin. The synthetic peel is one of the most established corrective systems on the planet, and was performed in old Egypt, Greece, and Rome to enable individuals to accomplish smoother, more excellent skin. Today, concoction facial peels are prominent everywhere throughout the world since they offer almost quick outcomes and can be executed as an outpatient strategy. Patients with reasonable skin and light hair are the best concoction peel hopefuls. Be that as it may, patients with other skin pigmentation and hair shading can accomplish great outcomes also. Synthetic peels once in a while result in genuine intricacies, yet certain dangers do exist. These dangers incorporate scarring, disease, swelling, changes in skin tone, and mouth blister. A concoction facial peel can give a few advantages to the skin. The strategy can re-establish a more energetic appearance to skin and diminish wrinkles, uneven pigmentation and sun-harm.