21st International Symposium on Recent Advances in Otitis Media - ISOM 2021
21st International Symposium on Recent Advances in Otitis Media - ISOM 2021 is organized by Paragon Israel, International Society for Otitis Media (ISOM) and will be held from Jun 06 - 10, 2021 at Dan Panorama Tel -Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel. The target audience for this...
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21st International Symposium on Recent Advances in Otitis Media - ISOM 2021 is organized by Paragon Israel, International Society for Otitis Media (ISOM) and will be held from Jun 06 - 10, 2021 at Dan Panorama Tel -Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel. The target audience for this medical event is Pediatricians, Infectious Diseases Specialists, Otolaryngologists, Family Physicians, Science Researchers, Epidemiologists, Speech Pathologists, Psychologists. Symposium Description: ISOM 2021 IS AN EVENT THAT CO-OPERATES SCIENCE, MEDICINE AND SOCIAL MEETING. The Symposium will bring together international and Israeli experts to share knowledge of recent science and clinical practice for otitis media. The program will address diagnosis, prevention strategies, treatment, epidemiology, pathogenesis, microbiology, biofilms, immunology, complications and sequelae, animal models and otitis media in high-risk populations. The program will include keynote and concurrent oral presentations, poster sessions, commercial exhibition, as well as social events. Through inspiring keynotes, innovative talks, educational breakouts, hands-on lessons, and tons of networking, you will learn how the ISOM 2021 experience, and especially our content, is truly remarkable. Topics: EPIDEMIOLOGY: • Burden of otitis media and related hearing loss (CHL, as well as SNHL) • Panel or debate on clinical practice guidelines globally instead of plenaries – The need for world unification for disease diagnosis and treatment • OM in developed versus developing nations PATHOPHYSIOLOGY: • Pathogenesis of OM, including animal models, genetics • Risk factors for OM, including otitis media in syndromic children and hearing loss sequelae in this population • Biofilms in OM DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT: • Diagnosis of OM- new techniques (US, telemedicine) • Medical treatment of OM • Surgical management of OM • Complications of OM – intra/extra cranial • Complementary and alternative medicine for OM, including bacterial replacement therapy • New technology development in OM • Cochlear Implants and OM BASIC SCIENCE: • OM genetics • Inflammatory mediators in OM SOCIO-ECONOMIC ASPECTS: • Quality of life in OM • Interventions for developmental delays and hearing loss • The hearing impaired child :audiological battery, fitting of hearing aids • New technologies for hearing restoration LOCAL ASPECTS: • Israeli-Palestinian joint venture to reduce OM burden • Local epidemiology among Jewish and non-Jewish populations • Baby Wellness Clinics (Tipat Halav): A unique model for childhood vaccinations Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv