Theme: Exploration of Advancements in the Field of Medicine

Clinical Case Reports 2017

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Clinical Case Reports 2017

“The good physicians treat the disease; The great physicians treat the patient who has the disease.”- William Osler

Conference Series welcomes you to attend the 4th International Conference on Clinical and Medical Case Reports during April 17-19, 2017 at Dubai, UAE. We cordially invite all the participants who are interested in sharing their knowledge and research in the arena of International Meeting on Clinical Case Reports.

Clinical Case Reports 2017 anticipates more than 150 participants around the globe with thought provoking Keynote lectures, Oral and Poster presentations. The attending delegates include Editorial Board Members of related Conference Series .This is an excellent opportunity for the delegates from Universities and Institutes to interact with the world class Scientists. The intending participants can confirm their participation by registering for the Clinical conference  along with your colleagues. Avail the delegate early bird offer. 

What is a Case Report ?

In medical or clinical study, a case report signifies the detailed report of symptoms, signs, diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up of an individual patient. Case reports may contain a demographic profile of the patient, but usually describe an unusual or novel occurrence. Case reports have been playing a pivotal role in medical education, providing a structure for case-based learning and implementation.

Who are Attending Clinical Conferences?

1. We are seeking reviews from various specializations such as Gastroenterology, Hepatology, Pediatrics and adolescent medicine and General Surgery.

2. Students from various fields such as Medicine, Pharmacy, Clinical Research Centers.

3. Experts from various disciplines like virologist, microbiologists, epidemiologists, pharmacologists will prefer attending Clinical Research Conferences to present their research

Benefits of attending Clinical Reports Meeting:

1. An opportunity to meet the mentors across the world face-to-face.

2. Sharing ideas, challenges and plan something interesting for future.

3. Learning with people who have same interests.

4. We get to have professors, ask questions, speak something which is interesting, something that we are passionate about.


Title: 4th International Conference on Clinical and Medical Case Reports

Date &Venue: April 17-19, 2017 Dubai, UAE

Theme: Exploration of Advancements in the Field of Medicine


Summary of Clinical Case Reports 2017 Conference:

Clinical trials are research studies which are performed to explore new medical treatments to implement them in people. These play a major role exploration & furtherance of therapies for medical care. There are 4-Phases in clinical trials. The final phase includes a documentation process which is called as a CASE REPORT. A case report is a detailed report of signs, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment & adverse/side effects (if any) in the form of a document. Several medical institutes are involved in various research activities. Clinical background includes registered Doctors, Surgeons, Scientists, Physicians, Nurses & Clinical specialists.

Importance and scope of the Conference:

The major merits of case reporting were these: Detecting novelties, generating hypotheses, pharmacovigilance, Researching rare disorders, Exercise for novice researchers, clinical practice can be changed, low expenses, Flexible structure, high applicability when other research designs are not possible to carry out, allowing emphasis on the narrative aspect (in-depth understanding), Studying the history of medicine, communication between the clinical and academic fields, and educational value.

About Dubai:

Dubai is located on the Eastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula, in the south west corner of the Arabian Gulf. It is extremely well known for its warm hospitality and rich cultural heritage, and the Emirati people are welcoming and generous in their approach to visitors. With year-round sunshine, intriguing deserts, beautiful beaches, luxurious hotels and shopping malls, fascinating heritage attractions and a thriving business community, Dubai receives millions of leisure and business visitors each year from around the world. Dubai is one of the world's biggest business hubs, with its central global location playing a vital role in its importance within global business.

Dubai is one of the leading tourist destinations in the world. Modern sky-scrapers, magnificent architectural buildings, luxurious hotels, and shopping malls invite a million of tourists to the city. Palm Islands, Jumeirah Beach, the Dragon Mart, Dubai Museum, Burj al Arab, and Burj Khalifa are some of the major attractions. The Burj Al Arab is a magnificent hotel built on an artificial island; it stands at a height of 280 meters. Dubai boasts of having the world's tallest building, the Burj Khalifa at a height of 829.84 meters.

Who should attend?

Clinical Case Reports 2017 is open to physician-scientists, research scientists, clinicians, and medical education professionals. This meeting is highly recommended for young investigators, fellows, junior scientists, and trainees, who would benefit from close interaction with senior colleagues.

Scientific Content:

Clinical Case Reports 2017 will be comprised of presentations about clinical research techniques and new research findings in cardiology, gastroenterology, pulmonary and critical care, hematology and oncology, endocrinology, nephrology, infectious disease, allergy, and health care research.

Hospitals List in UAE:

  • UAE-7 Emirates
  • Doctors-4846
  • Medical Insurance-594
  • Medical Suppliers-856
  • Pharmacies-101


  •   Dubai-38-Hospitals (6-Govt-32-Private)
  •   Abu Dhabi-38-Hospitals (25-Private, 14-Govt.)
  •   Abu Dhabi (Suburbs)-4-Hospitals (1-Private, 3-Other Companies or Organizations)
  •   Sharjah-16-Hospitals 16-Hospitals (4-Private, 4-Govt, 8-Others)
  •   Ajman-15-Hospitals (4-Private, 3-Govt, 8-Others)
  •   Ras Al Khaimah- 11-Hospitals (2-Private, 2-Govt, 7-Others)
  •   Fujairah-5-Hospitals (2-Private, 2-Govt, 1-Others)
  •   Umm Al Quwain-4-Hospitals (2-Private, 2- Govt.)

Hospitals in Nearby Countries

  •   Baharain-9-Hospitals in 1 city (Manama)                              
  •   Egypt-1349-Hospitals                                                            
  •   Kuwait-22-Hospitals in 1 city (Kuwait)
  •   Lebanone-51-Hospitals in 11 cities
  •   Oman-33-Hospitals in 1 city (Muscat)
  •   Qatar- 36-Hospitals in 1 city (Doha)
  •   Saudi Arabia- 215-Hospitals in 3 cities
  •   Syria830-Hospitals in 5 cities
  •   Turkey-223-Hospitals in 38 cities
  •   Iraq-150-Hospitals
  •   Iran-125-Hospital
  •  Yemen-55-Hospitals

Clinical Research Companies in UAE & Nearby Countries:

  •   ClinART MENA- Saudi Arabia, UAE
  •   ClinTec International-UAE
  •   ACRP-Association of Clinical Research Professionals
  •   CRO Turk- Ankara, Turkey
  •   Trio Grup- Ankara, Turkey
  •   Saudi Ajal- Saudi Arabia, UAE
  •   MCT- Egypt, Lebanon, Tunisia
  •   MPCC- Saudi Arabia, UAE
  •   ClinServ-Lebanon, UAE

Clinical Research Funding In Dubai:

  •  Emirates Foundation
  •  National Research Foundation
  •  United Arab Emirates University
  •  Zayed University Research Incentive Fund (RIF) Grants-Emirates Foundation
  •  Dubai Harvard Foundation for Medical Research
  •  Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Foundation
  •  Al Jalila Foundation


Dubai's Population-The official scenario, as per The Executive Council (TEC) projects a 5.3% increase in population until 2015 and a 7.4% increase between 2015 to 2020. The 7.4% increase has been assumed to continue until 2025.

Insurance, Regulations, Reimbursement, and Competitiveness - The U.A.E. spends approximately $1,200 per person each year in healthcare, ranking it among the top 20 countries in the world for healthcare spending per capita. In order to sustain all of its healthcare costs, the country has been moving toward a universal healthcare system. A law passed in 2005 required all expatriates and their families living in Abu Dhabi to have private medical coverage, and a law passed in 2007 gave HAAD the mandate to develop insurance policy and provide health insurance regulation services. In 2010, a requirement in Abu Dhabi was enacted for all hospitals and insurers to bill on a diagnosis rate group (DRG) system. This requirement, plus other measures such as standardized contracts, is expected to slow the rising cost of medical services. Today, universal healthcare insurance is in place in Abu Dhabi and Dubai but only actively enforced in Abu Dhabi. Dubai is in the process of rolling out its universal healthcare insurance system and recently mandated that the population of the entire emirate must be covered by 2016. Sharjah is expected to implement a health authority and policies similar to HAAD and DHA in the near future.

Challenges and Areas of Improvement

Dubai has a highly evolved health services, including a sophisticated physical infrastructure of well-equipped hospitals, specialized clinics and primary care centers. The population in Dubai will increase to 3.5 million by 2020. Dubai and the Northern Emirates are similarly focused on developing healthy pharmaceutical industries in the U.A.E. Pharmaceuticals and their subsequent pricing in the region stands out as a key area of focus. The Abu Dhabi 2030 plan specifically states that “the Emirate has still to develop capabilities in key areas; specifically by enhancing intellectual property rights, revising international trade agreements, establishing a reliable drug testing and approval system, developing investment attraction mechanisms and marketing and distribution capabilities, the growth of a dynamic pharmaceuticals segment will go hand-in-hand with the development of a world-class healthcare system, with the development of each sector reinforcing the other”. The number of health facilities in Dubai is around 2,518 and more than 70% of the hospitals are internationally accredited. Health professionals here speak more than 40 languages.

Demand for hospital beds is expected to increase to 70,000 in Saudi by 2016-

In order to manage this increase, the government has been implementing policies to increase private sector participation, resulting in significant private sector growth, accounting for over 50% of the newly established hospitals and incremental bed capacity.

Current Health Issues in Middle East-

  • MERS was first identified in humans in Saudi Arabia in 2012 and the majority of cases have been in the Middle East. Scientists are not sure of the origin of the virus, but several studies have linked it to camels.
  • The most common infectious disease in Dubai is Chickenpox.
  • The top three causes of ill health in the UAE are depression, anxiety and lower back pain. This is a reflection that mental health is a very important part of health & wellbeing in UAE.
  • The causes of premature death in UAE are slightly different; road injury is now the top cause. This is because road injury often causes death in younger people.  The rate of deaths and injuries in road accidents across the UAE declined in the first quarter of 2015, compared with the same period last year.
  • Sandstorms blanketed the UAE have been blamed for a rise in the number of patients admitted to hospitals.
  • The most frequent urological disorders in the UAE are stone diseases, urinary tract infections (UTIs) as well as chronic inflammation of the prostate. There are also significant numbers of urinary incontinence in females and Andrology disturbances in males.
  • Children in UAE are more prone to asthma & allergies. Asthma is an increasingly common condition in the UAE, often associated with allergy. 
  • Around 10% of babies are born prematurely and whilst survival rates are good for the late preterm babies, the more premature the baby the lower the chances of survival.
  • Food and other allergies are common amongst babies and children and can be serious; 90% of food allergies are caused by peanuts which can cause a serious, immediate allergic reaction.


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