Scientific Program

Conference Series Ltd invites all the participants across the globe to attend 11th Global Dermatologists Congress Dubai, UAE.

Day 1 :

Keynote Forum

Regina Fölster-Holst

University Medical Center Schleswig-Holstein
Germany

Keynote: Exanthems in children: An update

Time : 9:30-10:15

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Biography:

Regina Folster-Holst has completed her PhD in 1984 from Christian Albrechts University, Germany. After a Medical Assistant time in a children's clinic for cystic fibrosis and allergy at Amrum, Germany in November 1985 she began her Specialist training for Dermatologists at the Department of Dermatology, Kiel, Germany. In 1992, she was recognized as a Specialist in Dermatology and Allergology. Since 1992 she works as a Senior Physician at the University Medical Center Schleswig-Holstein, Department of Dermatology in Kiel, Germany. Her clinical activity and research priority is primarily in the area of atopic dermatitis, pediatric dermatology and Parasitosis. She has published more than 160 papers in reputed journals. Since May 2016 she is the President of the European Society for Pediatric Dermatology (ESPD).

Abstract:

Exanthems in childhood occur quite often and are mostly related to harmless viral infections. They may present as macular, maculopapular, papular, urticarial or vesicular rashes. However there are other causes which include bacterial infections, drug reactions, autoimmune and auto-inflammatory diseases. In addition there are exanthems of unknown causes like Kawasaki disease. It is very important to differentiate exanthems of harmless nature from harmful life threatening exanthems. Recently new specific distinct exanthems like atypical hand foot mouth disease by Coxsackie virus A 6 and an exanthem in newborns by Parechovirus type 3 have been described. In addition there are new paraviral exanthems including eruptive pseudoangiomatosis and eruptive hypomelanosis.

Keynote Forum

Shazia Ali

Al Tababah Specialized Clinics
Saudi Arabia

Keynote: Complication with aesthetic fillers

Time : 10:15-11:00

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Biography:

Dr. Shazia trained at the department of Dermatology Heath University Hospital, Cardiff Wales, in United Kingdom. She holds Masters degree in the field of Dermatological Sciences. She got an early start in aesthetic and Laser dermatology as part of her basic training; which gave her an edge as a practicing cosmetic dermatologist and becoming one of the pioneer names in the field of aesthetics. Actually her mother institute is so proud of her accomplishments that she has been chosen to be the brand Ambassador for University of Wales College of Medicine. Currently she is working as the Head Of Dermatology Department at the Al Tababah Specialized Clinics Jeddah, KSA. She is active in many professional societies like American Society of Laser Surgery and Medicine, International Academy of Cosmetic dermatology, World Society of Anti Aging Medicine, International academy of Anti Aging Medicine etc.

Abstract:

The medical aesthetic industry has grown at an exponential rate in the past 10 years. In 2016 the industry stands at 7 billion dollars and according to Medical Insight Inc. the annual growth rate will soar at 12% each year reaching 12 billion dollars in 2019. With this impressive rampant growth rate and lucrative profits attached to it aesthetic medicine is not limited to dermatologists and plastic surgeons only; doctors from all fields of medicine have begin to assume the role of aesthetic injectors. To maintain the reputation of excellence for this new branch of medicine it is very important that every cosmetic injector preps him/herself painstakingly to nail every aspect of the treatment from aesthetic consultation to understanding the anatomy of face in order to deliver complication-free natural looking results.

As the aesthetic procedures are gaining popularity we are also getting reports of increased number of side effects. Dr. Shazia will discuss vascular complications of injectable fillers.