Call for Abstract

International Conference on Medical Devices, will be organized around the theme “Recent breakthroughs and radical approaches on Medical Devices”

Medical Devices 2015 is comprised of 13 tracks and 72 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Medical Devices 2015.

Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks. All related abstracts are accepted.

Register now for the conference by choosing an appropriate package suitable to you.

  • Track 1-1Surgical mesh implants
  • Track 1-2Cochlear implants
  • Track 1-3Bio-stimulation lasers
  • Track 1-4Eye surgeries using radiation devices
  • Track 1-5Radiography and tomography
  • Track 2-13D Printed exo prosthetic leg
  • Track 2-2Artificial hips and knees
  • Track 2-3Biomaterials for prosthetics
  • Track 2-4Joint prosthesis
  • Track 3-1Diagnostic biomarkers for liver dysfunctions
  • Track 3-2Cancer prognosis
  • Track 3-3Advances in LOC technology.
  • Track 3-4Biomarkers for diabetic nephropathy management
  • Track 3-5Biomarkers for renal function and nephrotoxicity evaluations
  • Track 4-1Glucometers
  • Track 4-2Intraocular lenses/ ocular lenses
  • Track 4-3Personal use therapeutic devices
  • Track 4-4Personal monitoring devices
  • Track 5-1Laser based physical therapy
  • Track 5-2Magnetic stimulations based techniques
  • Track 5-3Spine screws, rods, and artificial discs
  • Track 5-4Diathermy devices
  • Track 5-5Innovations in physical medicine
  • Track 6-1Laser devices for diagnosis
  • Track 6-2biomedical sensing devices
  • Track 6-3Ear tubes
  • Track 6-4Artificial eye lenses
  • Track 6-5Ventricular assist device (VAD)
  • Track 6-6Advancements in pacemakers
  • Track 6-7Innovative technologies
  • Track 7-1Application of tele-health technologies
  • Track 7-2Microprocessors based medical devices
  • Track 7-3Design regulations intended for home use
  • Track 7-4Medication administration equipments
  • Track 7-5Respiratory equipments
  • Track 8-1Computer aided diagnosis
  • Track 8-2Computer-assisted (robotic) surgical systems
  • Track 8-3Recent software designs and mobile apps for medical devices
  • Track 9-1Laser radiation safety
  • Track 9-2Need of amendments in regulatory guidelines
  • Track 9-3Device regulations overview
  • Track 10-1FDA medical devices guidelines
  • Track 10-2EU medical devices guidelines
  • Track 10-3WHO medical devices guidelines
  • Track 10-4Japanese medical devices guidelines
  • Track 10-5Medical device companies and marketing
  • Track 10-6Medical devices manufacturers and business
  • Track 10-7Global medical devices market analysis
  • Track 10-8US medical devices industry challanges
  • Track 11-1Medical devices Europe
  • Track 11-2Medical devices- software and digital
  • Track 11-3Respiratory medical devices
  • Track 11-4Medical imaging devices
  • Track 11-5Vertanary medical devices
  • Track 11-6Invitro medical devices
  • Track 11-7GMP and safety of medical devices
  • Track 11-8Medical devices CRO and clinical studies
  • Track 11-9Medical devices Asia
  • Track 11-10Medical devices Germany
  • Track 11-11Medical devices UK
  • Track 11-12Diabetes medical devices
  • Track 12-1Cardiovascular devices
  • Track 12-2General and plastic surgery devices
  • Track 12-3Obstetrical and gynecological devices
  • Track 12-4Dental and anesthesiology devices
  • Track 12-5Ear, nose, and throat devices
  • Track 12-6Ophthalmic devices
  • Track 13-1Advanced neuro-modulation systems.
  • Track 13-2Picture archiving and communication system (PACS)
  • Track 13-3Echo cardiograph.
  • Track 13-4Sparsity based techniques and ultrasonic imaging
  • Track 13-5Neuroimaging