Health Ministers from African nations and famend gynecologists from world over collect for the occasion
Dubai, UAE: The FIGO Regional Conference of Middle East & Africa will deliver forth necessary issues regarding women’s health and wellbeing. With over 800 attendees, 40 audio system and health ministers of African nations attending the congress, the moral and medico-legal features regarding the fraternity, the international protocols for the follow alongside very important issues relating to maternal health can be mentioned. The Three day convention begins tomorrow, 11th April and can culminate on Friday, 13th April.
Dr C N Purandare, President, FIGO added: “A primary aim behind the Congress is to educate people on the right techniques to reduce the global maternal mortality rate, particularly with reference to post-partum hemorrhage (PPH), which accounts for about 35% of all maternal deaths. This is more prevalent in under-developed countries, although as per WHO, recent studies have shown an increase in the incidence of PPH in developed countries as well. We are very fortunate that we have speakers who have conducted in-depth research and devised techniques to counter one of the leading causes of maternal mortality, and I welcome the medical fraternity to this gathering and learn from these researches”.
The audio system at the Congress will deliver to the platform their in-depth medical analysis highlighting the numerous applied sciences, tips and procedures greatest suited to present supreme healthcare to women. Among the keynote audio system, notable mentions consists of Hon. Sarah Opendi, Minister of State for Health Uganda; Hon. Margaret Natalie Mensah-Williams, Chairperson of the National Council of Republic of Namibia; Hon. Susan Shabangu, Minister in the Presidency chargeable for Women, South Africa; and Hon. Zuliatu Cooper, Deputy Minister of Health and Sanitation, Sierra Leone.
Topics that will probably be addressed at the discussion board embrace: the present moral challenges in obstetrics and gynecology; issues associated to knowledgeable consent; minimal entry surgical procedure; IVF; advances in prenatal analysis; endocrine issues in being pregnant; newest developments in contraception; hyperlinks between maternal health and NCD prevention; maternal vitamin; obstetric care; gynecologic cancers in women , hypertensive issues in being pregnant amongst many others.
Highlighting the challenge of wholesome vitamin in pregnant women – considered one of the key issues to be mentioned at the Congress – Dr Awatif Juma Al Bahar, Reproductive Endocronologist and President, Emirates Medical Association, Obgyn commented: “What a mother eats is what a baby receives. If a mother eats the wrong kind of food or does not have access to healthy nutrition, the baby suffers and could be born with diseases, or prone to develop disease and low immunity as it grows older. At the Congress, we will closely observe the negative relationship between malnutrition, obesity and pregnancy, vitamin D deficiency and infertility, management of iron deficiency and offspring health and non-communicable diseases”.
Besides keynote lectures, plenary and parallel periods and panels, the Congress will even function palms on coaching and workshops the place attendees can study the methods and applied sciences out there in the UAE to make right analysis at the proper time, in order that the lifetime of the fetus and the mom stay protected.
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