July 04-05, 2022
Amsterdam, Netherlands | Webinar
We would like to warmly welcome you all to the 5th European Congress on Allergy and Immunology, which will be held on July 04–05, 2022 in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
“A Healthy immune system equals a healthy body”
Euro Immunology 2022 aims to bring together interdisciplinary scientists and experts from across the world to present and share cutting-edge immunology and allergy research. We've scheduled scientific presentations around several current and slashing topics, as well as seminars and networking opportunities to help people connect. There will be experienced keynote speakers and presenters who will present their views, allowing attendees to gain knowledge in this sector.
The Pulsus Group invites all the participants from across the globe to attend the 5th European Congress on Allergy and Immunology, July 04–05, 2022, in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The two-day event, Euro Immunology 2022, will feature 12+ major subjects and 80+ subtopics on the field's key and most recent findings, as well as global coverage.
Exclusive sessions and panel discussions on the most recent innovations in allergy and immunology, Keynote forums by renowned immunologists, Speaker Forum, Poster Sessions on the most recent innovations in all relevant areas, Young Research Forum, and Global Networking with 50+ countries are all part of our conference.
Track 1: Allergen Immunotherapy
Immunotherapy is a medication that helps people avoid allergic reactions to things like pollen, dust mites, and bee venom. External allergies, such as bug stings and bronchitis, are treated with allergen immunotherapy. Allergen immunotherapy is a safe and efficient treatment for stinging insect hypersensitivity, allergic rhinitis or conjunctivitis, and allergic asthma. Allergen immunotherapy comprises intramuscular injections of steadily increasing amounts of allergic sensitization into an allergic patient until a dosage is obtained that raises the patient's tolerance to the allergen over time, reducing illness symptoms.
Track 2: Allergy Diagnosis
An allergy is a reaction of your immune system to a foreign chemical that isn't normally toxic to your body. Allergy testing might assist you figure out what's causing your allergic response. If someone has severe or frequent allergic reactions, this is extremely vital. An allergist has the extensive knowledge and expertise necessary to correctly diagnose your problem and recommend an allergy treatment and management plan that will help you live better.
Track 3: Allied Health and Primary Care
As demand develops in elderly care, psychological health, disabilities, and healthcare, the allied health workforce is quickly expanding. Allied health is a broad term that refers to several healthcare jobs that assist healthcare systems in a variety of situations. These healthcare workers are separate from physicians, midwives, and pharmacists.
Primary care is the delivery of interconnected, available healthcare by clinicians and their health-care teams, who are responsible for addressing many individual health-care needs, forging long-term relationships with patients, and implementing care in the context of knowledge.
Track 4: Asthma
Asthma is an allergic disease that affects the lungs' airways. Ventilation becomes difficult, and some bodily tasks become hard or impossible. Asthma may strike anyone at any age. It is more likely to occur in those who have allergies or who are exposed to cigarette smoke. Allergists and immunologists are experts in the care and prognosis of allergies and asthma, as well as other inflammatory diseases.
Track 5: Dermatology
Dermatology is the studying, researching, diagnosis, and treating of any disease that affects the epidermis, hair, fingernails, or mucous membranes, most viral and gastrointestinal disorders produce visible symptoms on the skin. These include arsenic poisoning's fingernail coloration; hypothyroidism's rough, cracked skin A dermatologist can assist people with blemishes, facial spots, melanoma testing, and dermatitis therapy.
Track 6: Immunodeficiency and Autoimmunity
Immunodeficiency occurs when your immune system fails to respond appropriately to infection, and you may be immunocompromised. Immunodeficiency diseases reduce the immune system's capacity to safeguard the body from invading or attacking foreign or aberrant cells. When the immune system makes a mistake and attacks the body's inherent tissues or organs, it is known as autoimmunity. Autoimmune disorders tend to run in generations therefore some genes might predispose certain individuals to develop a difficulty.
Track 7: Drug Allergy
Drug allergies occur when your immune system has an aberrant reaction to a medication. The immune system, which fights illnesses, reacts to the medicine in an allergic reaction. This response might result in a redness, headache, and difficulty in breathing. Chemical allergies might be difficult to detect. The signs and symptoms might range from little inconvenience to life-threatening situations. Penicillin is the most common cause of medication allergies. Some antibiotics that are related to penicillin lead to a lot of medication sensitivities as well.
Track 8: Biomarkers
A natural component found in serum, other bodily fluids, or tissues that indicate if a process is regular or aberrant, or whether a condition or disease exists. A biomarker can be used to determine how effectively the body reacts to an illness or condition's therapy. An external substance or its metabolite, or the result of contact between a toxic compounds agent and some target molecule or cell that is quantified in a compartment within an organism, is referred to as a prodrug of exposure.
Track 9: Pharmaceutics
The study of the statistical elements of drug distribution is known as pharmaceutics. It entails the creation, testing, and assessment of pharmaceuticals in conjunction with a suitable drug molecule. Pharma companies are crucial in helping people and society. For many common aging conditions, the benefits of new medications surpass the expenses. Only little advancements in medication therapy can make a significant difference in patient care.