Scientific Program

Conference Series Ltd invites all the participants across the globe to attend 35th International Conference on Advanced Pediatrics and Neonatology London, UK.

Day 1 :

  • Pediatrics

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Anju Yadav

Vardhman Mahavir Medical College and Safdarjung Hospital, India

Title: Study of Pediatrics

She is working in the Department of Paediatrics, Vardhman Mahavir Medical College and Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi.


Background: The role of vitamin D in neonatal late onset sepsis, especially in preterm gestation, remains to be confirmed.  

Objective: To study the association of maternal and neonatal serum vitamin D levels with late onset neonatal sepsis in neonates. 

Methods: This prospective observational study was conducted in out-born unit of department of paediatrics of Safdarjung hospital, a tertiary care teaching hospital, from November 2018 to March 2020. 160 neonates with clinical sepsis or and culture proven sepsis were included in study group and 160 neonates without sepsis were enrolled as matched control (for gender & postnatal age), after informed consent. Vitamin D level (25 OH D) was assessed in neonates and their mothers in both groups.

Results: Neonatal 25 OH vitamin D level in study group (20.95±18.37 ng/ml) was significantly lower than in control group (25.09±16.21 ng/ml) (p=<0.001). Mothers of septic neonates had significantly lower 25 OH vitamin D level (25±16.21 ng/ml) than mothers of control group (29.86±14.13 ng/ml) (p=0.001). A Markedly lower neonatal vitamin D level was detected in winters in both study group (13.57 ng/ml) and controls (20.81 ng/ml). 38  (23.8%) cases died due to sepsis. Mean vitamin D level of cases was 13.93 ng/ml which was significantly lower than discharged septic neonates (23.31 ng/ml).    

Conclusions: Neonates with vitamin D deficiency/insufficiency are at higher risk for developing late onset sepsis. Lower vitamin D levels in mothers is also associated with increased risk of late onset sepsis in neonates.


Sarhan Alshammari

King Abdulaziz Medical City, Saudi Arabia

Title: Neonatal outcomes of infants with ABO incompatibility

Alshammari has completed his PhD at the age of 26 years from Dammam University and postdoctoral studies from Dammam University School of Medicine. He finished his saudi board pediatric residency program and completed his fellowship in Neonatology in King Abdulaziz Medical City - Riyadh. He is own working as neonatologest in Maternity and Childhood hospital in Saudi Arabia


Background: ABO blood group incompatibility occurs in 15-20% of all pregnancies and 10% of those develop hemolytic disease. Transcutaneous bilirubin screening use is increasing but still not widespread.

Aims: To compare neonatal outcomes of DCT positive and DCT negative infants born to blood group O positive mothers. To evaluate the effect of neonatal blood group on the severity of hemolysis and neonatal jaundice due to maternal-fetal ABO incompatibility. To investigate the value of transcutaneous bilirubin measurement and first serum bilirubin in predicting the development of significant hyperbilirubinemia later in the first few days in infants with ABO incompatibility

Methodology: One year retrospective review of infants with blood group A and B positive born to Blood group O positive mothers with gestational age of > 33 wks. at birth.


  • There were significant difference in the incidence and severity of hyperbilirubinemia and hemolysis between DCT negative and positive infants
  • Infants with blood group B positive had more severe hemolysis as evidenced by need for PT, IVIG therapy and the duration of hospital stay
  • Estimation of TCB after birth is useful in predicting which infants will develop severe hyperbilirubinemia

Ryan Zia Arslaan

Karaganda Medical University, Kazakhstan

Title: Depression, COVID and migrants

Ryan Zia Arslaan is student of 3rd year General Medicine Studying in Karaganda Medical University, Kazakhstan. He worked on publications related to coronavirus and aimed to continue it.


Background: Mental pain is more dramatic and painful than physical pain. It is more common and harder to bear as we know it’s more comfortable to complain my leg is paining despite "my head feels like hammered or poked". The aim of this study on migrant laborers working in Kazakhstan conducted aiming to discover their suffering due to the COVID outbreak. We interviewed Indian migrant workers associated with our university, were selected, questioned, and physically examined. And found whereas, in depression, a person suffers feelings of loss; we can say it is something more significant than the feeling of sadness. Depression is a severe terminology it expands for 14 days, and we clinically label a person depress when the person has at least 2 of the following three symptoms, as a medical student I remember it by pneumonic "EMI" (energy, mood and interest respectively ). Not only can these other symptoms be seen in a depressed patient like loss of concentration, guilt, sleeplessness etc.

While examining the migrants, we also try to find whether it is hereditary or not as we know the first cause of depression can be biological, and it can be due to genes of depression or abnormality in the frontal lobe of the brain. In a patient suffering from depression, it observed that their frontal lobe is smaller than usual and shrink hippocampus are present in them. 

The remaining causes of depression also so that we can get a bigger picture of our topic, so the other causes of depression are malfunctioning of Neurotransmitter to be more definite lack of Serotonin, dopamine and non-epinephrine can cause depression but not to worry we have tablets which can increase its level in our body. We can say till now we have discussed all the causes of depression.

Coming back to our research, we not only determine the depression we also focused on its severity, it’s possible reasons, outcomes, and we assisted them with treatment too. 

Almost 60% were depressed since they suffer hopelessness, loss of interest, sadness, lack of knowledge about the pandemic. 20% suffer excess sleepiness, and around 20% suffer fatigue, loss of appetite, all suffer weight gains, job insecurity. No one was observed as healthy as before due to depression. We conclude by this study demonstrates that urgent need for health and mental health care for migrant laborers needs to be provided and knowledge related to pandemic shall also be provided by the personalized conference, especially for central Asian laborers.