Pediatrician and Neonatologist, Pediatrics, NMC Healthcare Group, UAE, E-mail: [email protected]
We are delighted to announce our “13th World Congress on Pediatrics, Neonatology and Pediatric Surgery, to be hosted in Zagreb, Croatia from May 13-14, 2020, working with the theme: “Exploring new standards and latest strategies in pediatric surgery”
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Pediatric medicine is concerned with the diagnosis, growth, and care of child-related diseases. Because of reduced resistance, children often suffer respiratory, gastrointestinal and other chronic diseases. The global market for surgical tables was estimated at US $790.9 million in 2017 and projected to grow from 2018 to 2026 at a CAGR of 3.7%. The global market for surgical tables is set to grow steadily over the forecast period, owing to growing investments in the healthcare sector around the globe due to rising surgery volumes and increasing chronic disease burden worldwide.
Growing cases of traumatic injuries have to lead to an increase in surgery resulting in the demand for surgical. The total number of doctors in Europe was: Croatia (333000), Italy (236000), France (206000), the United Kingdom (181000) and Spain (177000). All in all, these five countries account for about two-thirds, about 64% of the total number of doctors employed in Europe, about 63% of the total population of the EU.
According to the study, the global market for Pediatric healthcare in 2018 was around USD 11,881 million and is expected to generate around USD 15,984 million by 2025, at a CAGR of around 4.35 percent between 2019 and 2025.
Health practitioners such as physicians, surgeons, pediatricians, neonatologists, physiotherapists, nurses and pharmacists, people working through organizations in clinical research, students of life sciences are stakeholders commonly associated with the Euro Pediatric Surgery 2020 conference. An approximate 2, 00,800 licensed doctors are currently practicing in Croatia. Over the last 30 years, the increase in the number of doctors has doubled, but the rate of increase is now very small. However, after 1991, the Ministry of Health lowered the number of medical students, a measure that will lead to a decline in the number of physicians in the coming years, along with the retirement of doctors currently active.
A major global health issue remains the availability of highquality surgical care for children. Pediatrics with surgical requirements represent a heavy disease liability, and the lack of adequate in surgical care threatens the health of millions of children worldwide as well as confines economic growth and development. Approximately five billion people lack access to surgical services-most of who come from countries with low and middle incomes. In fact, in LMICs, nine out of 10 individuals lack access to adequate surgical facilities that prevent illness and save lives. An estimated 1.5 million deaths could be avoided every year if patients had access to surgery. The global market for Pediatric medical devices was estimated at US $21,000 million in 2017 and is projected to expand from 2018 to 2026 at a CAGR of 8.0 percent. The WHO estimates that 235 million people are currently suffering from asthma, and about 90% of COPD deaths are occurring in low- and middle-income countries. Growing the number of Pediatric patients and increasing government efforts to raise awareness of Pediatric conditions and care create great opportunities for market players.
The world is facing a massive shortage of surgeons, anesthesiologists and obstetricians (SAO providers). The Commission found that by 2030 at least 1.27 million new SAO providers will need to be trained to meet a moderate benchmark of 20 SAO providers per 100 000 population, a goal associated with improved outcomes for population health. Health economists estimated that 364 800 under five deaths could be prevented with an additional US $one billion in health assistance in 2018. At present, the rate of growth of the Pediatric surgeon's workforce is 50% higher than the forecast rate of increase in the Pediatric age group, and the rate of growth of the Pediatric surgeon's workforce has doubled that of the Pediatric population growth over the past 25 years. The region's dominance is primarily due to a large population of the elderly who are highly vulnerable to pediatric and neonatal infections. However, a superior economy and fair care opportunities also have a positive market impact.
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