Welcome to International College of Cardiology (ICC)!
 
6 th INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES
(6 th ICCD), NEW DELHI, India.
Dates:- Sept 12-14, 2011

Theme: Atherosclerosis, Hypertension and Coronary Artery Disease.
( Drug therapy, Nutraceuticals, lifestyle, Health, Diseases Prevention)

VENUE: India Habitat Center, New Delhi
Website: http://www.iccsk.org

Address for Communications:

Dr Adarsh Kumar, MD, DM, FICC
Professor of Cardiology, Govtt Medical College,
Amritsar (Pb),President, 6th ICCD(Planner)
Emails. icn2005@sancharnet.in, drkk@dataone.in

Capt. Swadesh Kumar (PCO)
209, Competent House, F-14, Middle Circle,
Connaught Place, New Delhi- 110 001
Tel/fax 91 11 23323660,
Emails. india@shikhar.com
ORGANISERS
International College of Cardiology,
Indian Society of Hypertension.
World Council of Body and Mind,
International College of Nutrition
SPONSORS
Body – Mind Foundation of India, Tsim Tsoum Institute, Krakow, Poland.
Government Agencies.
Council of Scientific and Industrial Research,
Department of Biotechnolody,
Department of Science and Technology
Indian Council of Agriculture Research
Indian Council of Medical Research
Medical Council of India
Industry Pane


Dear friends,
We are pleased to welcome you in this city of history and culture. Chronic diseases including cardiovascular diseases have become a worldwide problem due to rapid transition from undernutrition to overnutrition. The definition of ideal vs normal physiological limits of blood pressure, blood glucose and coronary obstruction remains wanting. Public education at large in all aspects of computer assisted self-help for prevention and treatment of chronic diseases including hypertension and metabolic syndrome is essential & urgent. There is further needs in discovering/designing new drugs & time-structure delivery systems.

Control of poverty and under-nutrition has been associated with decrease in deaths related to non-chronic diseases (infections, contaminations) in the whole world. However, chronic diseases (obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancer) have taken the lead because no sufficient consideration was given to mind-body interactions in relation to diet and lifestyle factors, which are major precursors of those modern diseases. Chonobiology offers a unique platform of development of an evidence-based scientific approach of Mind-Body interactions and - in turn - of Chronotherapy with drugs and nutraceuticals.
The 6th ICCD program areas would range from molecular and cellular biology of Atherosclerosis, Hypertension and Coronary Artery Disease and related drug therapy and lifestyle factors with major emphasis on how to prevent restenosis after angioplasty and how to bypass the need for bypass surgery.
Concurrent sessions on clock-wise functional foods & nutraceuticals for reversals of chronic degenerative diseases targeting mind-body connection (TsimTsoum Concept) will receive proper attention.
Young scientists will meet with their peers & field-leaders.
We invite you personally to register to the event & to make it the greatest success ever.
We commit to introduce you to more than 500 overseas delegates in a unique industry/market-oriented venture.

Dr Adarsh Kumar,DM,FICC
Professor of Cardiology
Govtt Medical College
Amritsar
President
Dr Ramji Mehrotra, MS, MCh
Chief, Cardiac Surgeon
Indraprastha Apollo Hospital
New Delhi
Secretary General
Dr VV Muthusamy, DM
Professor of Cardiology
Sugapriya Hospital
Madirai
Chairman, Scientific


ORGANISING COMMITTEE:

Patrons : Dr Franz Halberg, MD,FICC, (USA)
President : Dr Adarsh Kumar, MD, DM, FICC

Secretary General: Dr Ramji Mehrotra MS, MCh.
Joint Secretary: Dr Rakesh Varma,MD, DM
Co-Chairman Scientific : Dr VV Muthusamy,MD,DM
Scientific Committee.

Dr SS Rastogi, Dr AK Singh, Dr Fabien De Meester, Dr Lekh Juneja, Dr Daniel Pella, Dr Garima Singh, Dr Kumar Kartikey, Dr S Vajpeyee, Dr Ranjana Singh, Dr Jan Fedacko, Dr JP Sharma, Dr SK Gupta, Dr Rajendra Dabhi,MD, Dr BKS Sastri ,Dr Harharpreet Kaur, Dr Vitttul Gupta, Dr Mrigendra Pandey.

Hospitality. Dr Mrs Sushav Singh, Dr Garima Singh.

National Advisors-
Dr SS Rastogi(Delhi), Dr RK Singh (Lucknow), Dr Jaideep Dogra (Jaipur), Dr NK Singh (Varanasi),Dr V Shantaram (Hyderabad), Dr NS Neki(Amritsar), Dr S Vajpeyee (Surat), Dr KK Tripathi (Varanasi), PC Manoria (Bhopal), Dr GS Wander (Ludhiana), Dr GS Sainani (Mumbai),Dr Neeta Kumar (New Delhi), Dr Neeraj Gupta (Moradabad). Dr HK Chopra, Dr Satyan Sharma, Dr KC Goswami( AIIMS), Dr Ashok Seth (Delhi), Dr HS Rissam(Delhi), Col Dr SK Prashar (Delhi), Dr Anita Saxena(AIIMS),Dr Hirender Kumar(Patna),Dr Manmohan Singh (Delhi), Dr Naresh Trehan(Delhi), Dr OP Yadava (Delhi), Dr TS Kler (Delhi), Dr Mantosh Panja(Kolkatta),Dr SB Gupta (Mumbai), Dr SR Joshi (Mumbai), Dr SC Manchanda (Delhi), Dr Annamalai (Madurai),

International Advisors-
Dr Daniel Pella (Slovakia), Dr Alok Gupta (USA) Dr TK Basu (Canada), Dr S Chaithiraphan (Thailand), Dr E D Janus (Australia), Dr SP Verma (UK), Dr U N Das (USA), Dr R Rybar (Slovakia), Dr Franz Halberg (USA), Dr R Paoletti (Italy), Dr Germaine Cornelissen(USA), Dr CJ Packard (UK), Dr Lekh Juneja (Japan), Dr M Moshiri (Canada), Dr David Alpers (USA), Dr Martin Schata (Switzerland), Dr Dennis Bier (USA), Dr Osmo Hanninen (Finland), Dr Fabien De Meester (Belgium), Dr Agnieszka Wilczynska (Poland), Dr NS Dhalla(Canada), Dr Jarmila Siegelova (Zech Repub), Dr Chibisov Sergey (Russia), Dr Radzhesh Agarval(Russia), Dr Jan Fedacko (Slovakia), Dr Waafa Aroussy (Egypt), Dr R Wegmann (France), Dr Douglas Wilson (UK), Dr APS Hungin (UK), Dr Arun Chokalingam (Canada), Dr Stephen Harrap (UK), Dr Claudio Galli (Italy), Dr CW Kong (Taiwan),Dr P K Singal(Canada), Dr Ashrr Kimchi (USA), Dr HS Sahota(USA), Dr,Mrigendra Pandey ( NEPAL).

INDUSTRY COORDINATOR : Dr Fabien De Meester (Belgium) fdm@tsimtsoum.net

BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE OF CARDIOLOGY.
President Dr RB Singh, MD,FICC (Poland)
Former President; Dr. C W Kong MD, FICC (Taiwan))
Executive Director Dr Daniel Pella,MD, FICC (Slovakia)
Vice President; Dr R Ybar (Slovakia)
Secretary General; Dr Jan Fadecko, MD, FICC (Slovakia)
Directors: Dr SS Rastogi (India), Dr Adarsh Kumar (India), Dr Zhu Shoumin (China),
Dr H Mori (Japan), Dr TK Basu (Canada), Dr Harendra Kumar (India), Dr Franz Halberg (USA),
Dr Germaine Cornelissen (USA), Dr Kuniaki Otsuka (Japan), Dr Brian Tomlinson (Hong Kong),
Dr NS Dhalla (Canada).

Scientific Programme topics:

Biology and biochemistry of vascular and myocardial cell.
Epidemiology of nutritional factors and Cardiovascular Diseases.
Nutrition, Risk factors and novel biomarkers of Cardiovascular Diseases.
Prehypertension, Hypertension and premetabolic syndrome,
Coronary artery disease and atherosclerosis
Echocardiography, Electrocardiology and Ambulatory BP Monitoring,
Gut-Brain-Heart Connection and Liver-Brain-Heart Connection.
Chronocardiology and Chronotherapy,
Antiplatelets and Anticoagulents Therapy
ACE-Inhibitors, Beta Blockers, Calcium Channel Blockers,
How to prevent the need for Angioplasty and Bypass Surgery.
Nutraceuticals, Physical activity, Yoga and wellbeing.
The Tsim Tsoum Concept of health and designer,s foods.
Agricultural Policy and designer cropses, Sports and Yoga in Schools and Office.
Nutritional prevention of Cardiovascular diseases-Public Education.

Scientific Programme Schedule at a Glance:

Sept 11-13,2011.
8.30-9.30 Free papers
9.30-10.30 Plenary lectures
10.30-11-00 Tea/Coffee
11.00-1.30, Symposia
1.30-2.30 Lunch
2.30-4.30 Symposia
4.30-5.00 Tea/Coffee
5.00-6.00 Industry Symposia
6.00-7.00 Public education.

ORATIONS AND AWARDS:
Please contact Dr Daniel Pella, Executive Director, ICC, Daniel.Pella@upjs.sk
The awards are: Dr Franz Halberg Award, Dr Kuniaki Otsuka Award, Dr H Mori Award.
ICC Oration.

DIPLOMAT OF INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE OF CARDIOLOGY(DICC)

A multiple choice question examination would be held on the last day. Please send US$100.00 fee to the secretariat. (Recognised by ICC).

ACCOMMODATION:

Hotel cost of three and four star hotels in Delhi varies from US75-200.00 per night.

REGISTRATION FEE: Bank draft should be made in favour of 6th ICCD and sent to Capt Swadesh Kumar,s address given on first page.

Please transfer on line, in favour of 16 th WCCN/6thICCD 2011, Account No. 31561424216, State Bank of India, Main Branch, Civil Lines, Moradabad.

State Bank of India swift code :SB IN IN BB 167 ,

For Indians, IFSC code SBIN0000682

ICC member delegates. US$250.00

Other delegates US$300.00

Gala Dinner US$50.00

SPOT REGISTRATION FEE US$350.00 for all deligates.

 ABSTRACT:
The abstract should have less than 200 words; type only on one page font size12. Type title in capital letters, names in the second line, followed by institution, city and country continuously. Leave one space then type the abstract; including background, objective, methods, results and conclusions. Type address for correspondence at the end with email address and tel/fax.

TRAINING PROGRAM.
There is a training program in Clinical Nutrition and Clinical Cardiology for various specialities of Internal Medicine and Basic Sciences as well as for Nurses. The cost of total program is US$1000.00 which includes registration fee of the congress, gala dinner, 7 night stay in IMA guest house and transport to colleges and hospitals. The training
would be provided by a International Faculty.

1. Prof TK Basu, University of Alberta, Canada; 2. Prof Franz Halberg, University of Minn.Minneapolis. 3. Prof D W Wilson, Durham University, UK; 4. Prof R B Singh, IFTM University,MBD, 5. Prof Anupa Siddhu, Lady Ervin College,Delhi. 6. Prof Ramji Mehrotra, Apollo Hospital,New Delhi, Prof Adarsh Kumar, Govtt Medical College, Amritsar, Prof Muthusamy, Govtt Medical College, Madurai.

TOURS AND TRAVELS:
Pre and post congress tours have been arranged by M/S Shikhar Travels to visit Delhi, Agra for Taj Mahal and Jaipur. Other tours to visit Himalaya, Jim,s Corbet Wild life park, South India may be arranged on request by the travel agency.
AIR LINE: Official air line-

PARTNERS:
Taiyo Kagaku Co. Ltd, Yokkaichi, Japan(Dr Lekh Juneja,Japan)
Tehran Gym Club, Iran (Dr M Moshiri,Canada)
Development of Management Frontiers, Belgium( Dr Fabien De Meester )
Shikhar Travels(India)Pvt Ltd (India)
The Tsim Tsoum Institute, Krakow, Poland

OTHER CONFERENCES.

1. International Congress on Mind And Body Interactions In Health And Disease
.... University Of Durham, 13-15th July 2011, http://www.dur.ac.uk/collingwood/conferences
.... Contact. Dr DW Wilson j.h.howse@dur.ac.uk

2. 12th World Congress on Health Education Mellennium, Diet, Lifestyle and Health, Moscow, Russia,
......Nov 23-26/2011 Contact Dr Radjhesh Agarval, somvoz@live.ru

3. 24th Scientific Meeting of the International Society of Hypertension, Sydney, Australia,
.... Sept 29-Oct 4,2012, www.ISH2012.ORG

INDUSTRY:

Platinum sponsor Euro. 10,000.00

Gold Sponsor Euro. 6,000.00

Silver sponsor Euro. 4,000.00

Booths; Double Euro.1000.00, Single Euro.700.00

Advertisement in the abstract book.

Full page Euro. 500.00,Half page Euro.300.00, Back Page Euro.700.00

Under Registration fee:Add

Registration fee after  March 31, US$325.00

Spot Registration  for all deligates US$350.00

Uder abstract

Last date for abstract submission June 30,2011

-+-Scientific Program, 16 th World Congress on Clinical Nutrition and 6 th International Cngress on Cardiovascular Diseases, Sept 12-14,2011, India Habitat Center, Habitat World, Gate 3, Lodhi Estate, New Delhi, Tel

Sept 11, 7.00 PM Meeting of Board of Directors of the International College of Nutrition, Hotel Broad Way, Near Delhi Gate. Tel

Sept 12, 2011

8.30-9.20AM

9.20-11.00

 

Award session. Free papers.

Chairs, Dr Suniti (Aur), Dr KK Reddy

Plenary session, 25 min each followed by discussion. Silver Oak A

Chairs, RK Singh (Hissar),SS Rastogi RBSingh(MBD), Lekh Juneja (Japan)

Become a human army soldier: The Tsim Tsoum Concept

Fabien De Meester ( Belgium), A. Wilczynska ( Poland)

Food security and food quality.

RB Singh ( India), Padma Bhushan, And Patron, 16 th WCCN

What is driving the food and health agenda- Innovative Solutions.

Lekh Juneja (Japan), President, International College of Nutrition.

An overview of hypertension and type 2 diabetes mellitus.

S S Rastogi ( India), President, 16 th WCCN

 

Free papers, Silver Oak Hall B, Chairpersons.S Manoharan, M Khosravi

Dr Zamzam Paknahad, Ms Salumeh Dini, Mahsa Jalili,M Hassan Intezari, Dr. Tahvildary deilamy

Chairpersons. KK Sharma, Saroj Chadda

Indo-Iran Symposium.

Effect of weight loss on blood pressures.(10 min)

Hassan Mozaffari-Khosravi ,( Iran)

Improvement in sleep quality with nutritional supplementation and quality of life,10min. Dr Sara Sarrafi Zadeh, (Iran)

Effect of pumpkin seeds on memory function in rats.. Devi.N.P.,Sr.Shemi George, Mukkadan.J.K, Cochin.

Nutrition and brain functions.

Amrat K Singh, Secretary General, 16 th WCCN

 

11.00-11.20

Tea/Coffee

11.20-12.20

12.20- 1.20

Symposia 1, Silver Oak Hall A,20 min

Chairpersons. HS Rissam,KC Goswami,B Tomlinson, Rohit Kapoor

An overview of cardiovascular disease.

Adarsh Kumar ( India), President, 6 th ICCD

Coronary artery disease from prevention to intervention.

Ashok Seth, President, CSI.

Pearls in cardiology.

Dr HS Sahota (USA)

Newer innovations in CABG surgery

OP Yadav, (Delhi)

Hypertensive heart disease.

PC Manoria,(Bhopal)

Support systems for heart failure.

Purshottam Lal (Delhi)

 

Pathophysiology and latest management of heart failure.

Rajnish Sardana ( India), Secretary General 6 th ICCD

Discussion

Symposia 2, Silver Oak Hall B

Chairpersons, A K Singh, A Haq, Varun Mohan

Association of abdominal obesity with vascular risk.

Dr KK Reddy, Tirupati.

Hypertension and prehypertension,

NK Singh, Varanasi, ( India)

Is sun avoidance or vitamin D deficiency is a risk factor for chronic diseases of affluence.20 min

A Haq (Abudhabi)

Making the cut on nuts in relation to health promotion and disease prevention.

Meena Mehta, Mumbai.

Cardiovascular diseases in children.

S K Vajpeyee, Founder, Indian Society of Hypertension. Surat

Maternal intake of omega-3 fatty acids prevents the onset of heart disease in
the offspring.

Sukhinder Kaur Cheema(Canada)

Discussion

1.20-2.20

Lunch

Lunch

2.20-4.00

 

Symposia 5, 15 min+

Chairpersons. Dr TK Basu (Canada),

Dr Shastun SA(Russia)

Assessment of right ventricular function may predict the new onset diastolic heart failure in hypertensive patients.(20min)

K Hristova. Bulgaria.

Low body weight type 2 diabetes in India: salient nutritional features.

Sidhartha Das (India)

The Chronobiological architecture of cardiovascular and pulmonary biorhythms under extreme conditions of marine extreme environment.

Shastun S.A., Chibisov S.M., Rajesh Agarval (PFU of Russia, Moscow).

SCD in apparently healthy subjects..

Harendra Kumar (Patna)

Nutrition and new biomarkers for cardiovascular diseases.

Suniti Dharwadkar (India)

Perspectives on the evolution of diet and umami taste concept in relation to w-3 fatty acids and Amino Acids in CVDs.

R B Singh, Chairman, Scientific Committee, 16 th WCCN

 

Symposia 6, 15 min+

Chairpersons.Dr Radzhesh Agarval (Russia), Dr DW Wilson(UK), Dr Adarsh Kumar(6 th ICCD)

Nutritional aspects of sarcopenia.

Mrs S K Mann,( Ludhiana).

Significance of glucose absorption

And rapidly absorbed foods in relation to health and disease.

Takahashi Toru (Japan)

Effect of wheat bran supplementation in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus.

Anjali Dewan,(Shimla)

Technoeconomic feasibility of making indigenous nutrition products.

Shah NG, CTARA,( ITI, Mumbai).

Probiotics in clinical nutrition.

Rameshwar Singh, Karnal

Correlation Between Carotid Ultrasound and Exercise Stress Test for Assessing the Sublinical Vascular Diseases in Asymptomatic Patients.

K Hristova ( Bulgaria)

Functional foods and Nutraceuticals.

P Nazni (Salem)

4.00-5.30

Inauguration of the 16 th WCCN and 6 th ICCD followed by tea/coffee

6.30-7.00

Greet the Organising Committee at the Office Room No.

 

7.00-9.00

Sept 13,

8.30-9.30AM

9.30-10.40

 

Award session (Silver Oak A),20min+

Chairs. S Vajpeyee, RK Goel, Fabien De Meester.

Keynote Lectures, 20 min +discussion

Perspectives of mind and body mechanisms in understanding periodicity.

D. W. Wilson ( UK)

Vitamin A toxicity and ageing.

TK Basu, Executive Director, ICN, Canada

Nutrition intervention in the prevention of diabetes and cardiovascular diseases.

RK Goyal, (Baroda)

 

 

Award session (Silver Oak B),

Abstracts-See below the tables

 

10.40-11.00

Tea/coffee

11.00-01.30

Dr T K Basu Felicitation Symposium

Chairpersons. SN Acharya, RB Singh, TK Basu (Guest) 20 min each.

Introduction:

R B Singh (India), (5 min),Chairman, Scientific Committee.

Ancient Secrets and Functional Foods- Where Old Science Meets New Science .(10 min)

Lekh R Juneja (Japan)

Antioxidants and insulin sensitivity.

Asm K DattaRoy (Norway)

Dietary strategies to lower the risk of heart disease by converting cholesterol
to bile acids.

Sukhinder Kaur Cheema ( Canada)

Bioactive substances in Indian spices.

A K De (India)

Adequacy of plant based diets for health benefits of omega-3 fatty acids

Manohar Garg (Australia) Effectiveness of plant based natural health products depends on the genotype of plants, environment in which it is grown and the G X E interactions.

Surya Acharya (Canada)

 

 

 

Abstracts/Power point posters

 

 

 

 

1.30-2.30

Lunch

2.30-5.45

Keynote Lectures

2.00-4.20

Chairpersons. HS Sahota, SS Rastogi, Harharpreet Kaur, Sunil Attri.

STEMI management in 2011

Yashpal Sharma,(Chandigarh)

NSTEMI management in 2011

DS Gambhir, (Delhi)

PCI management of LMCA disease.

Upendra Kaul (Delhi)

Off pump VS on pump CABG.

Naresh Trehan, Delhi

Echocardiography in metabolic syndrome.

HK Chopra ( Delhi)

Coronary artery disease in women.

Adarsh Kumar,President, 6 th ICCD

Management of GIT bleeding due to antiplatelet drugs.

Raju S Chinna (Ludhiana)

 

 

 

Abstracts

3.30-3.50

Tea/Coffee in the hall, Questions and answers

4.20-5.20

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chairpersons,

Effects of the odorants in soup stock on the perception of the umami taste and the olfactory and memory pathways in the brain.

Miki Tokunaga , Japan

Coffee and risk of coronary artery disease. Eric Toda (Japan)

Essential and nonessential amino acids

Fabien De Meester, Belgium

 

General Body Meeting of ICN, 3.50-4.50

Chairpersons. Dr Lekh Juneja (Japan),

Dr TK Basu (Canada),

Dr RB Singh (India)

 

6.00-6.30

Greet the Org committee in Office Room No.

7.00-9.00

Conference dinner, if sufficient registrants available

Sept 14,8.30-9.30

9.30-10.45

Award Session

Keynote Lectures

Residual cardiovascular risk after statin therapy,what next?

Brian Tomlinson ( Hong Kong)

Stroke prevention in atrial fibrillation.

Sharad Agarwal ( UK)

Clinical practice guidelines in nutrition support in the hospitals.

Chulaporn Roongpisuthipong(Thaila

 

Abstracts

10.45-11.00

Tea/coffee

11.00-1.00

Keynote lectures

Incidence of lactose intolerance in cirrhotic patients due to alcohol and viral hepatitis.

SV Rana ( India)

DHA prevents preeclampsia.

Asim DattaRoy ( Norway)

Effects of Fatty Acids on Cardiovascular Risk Factors including Inflammatory Markers Studied in in vivo. Yusof HM ( Malaysia)

Nutraceuticals with anti-inflammatory activity.

Sahar Y. Al-Okbi ( Egypt)

Hypolipidemic and antioxidant activity of Tinospora cordifolia and Anthocep halus indicus in hyperglycemic rats.

RK Singh ( India)

 

 

abstracts

1.00-2.00

lunch

2.00-3.30

Keynote lectures On Agriculture,Live stock, Animal Nutrition and Designer,s Foods. Convener: Dr Mrs KK Sharma

Chairs. Dr RB Singh, Padmabhushan

Dr Fabien De Meester,

Dr RK Singh(Hissar)

Effect of germination and fermentation on the levels of antinutrients in chickpea.

Priyanka Thapliyal, Salil Sehgal and Asha Kawatra, CCS HAU, Hisar

Plant biodiversity in achieving the millennium development goals on health and nutrition.

Rita Singh Raghuvanshi, Pant Nagar

2.30-3-15,Work shop for Trainees, Convener:

Dr Suniti Dharwadkar( Aurangabad)

Multiple choice questions for trainees

In Cardiology and Clinical Nutrition for examination.

3.15-4.00 Indo-Iranian Symposium

3.30-4.00

 

 

 

Tea./Coffee, Proceed for Moradabad to Attend 1st International Symposium on Dental Health and Risk of Noncommunicable Diseases. Sept 15, Kothiwal Dental College and General Hospital, Kanth Road, Moradabad (UP)

Sept 16, 8.00AM Come back to Delhi by 7.00PM, via Rishikesh and Haridwar

4.00-5.30

Keynote lectures.Chairpersons.

Panel Discussion for public Education for the staff and members of the India Habitat Center, Dr S S Rastogi, Moderator, Prevention of heart attack and diabetes.

Indo-Iran Symposium continued

 

 

 

 

DETAILED SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME.

oral Presentation- 10+2 min., Slide show- 5 min-10 slides each in place of poster

Sept 12,2011

8.30-9.20AM, Award Session, Silver Oak hall A. 10min each.

Chairpersons. Dr Suniti Dharwadkar (Aurangabad), Dr KK Reddy(Tirupati)

Observer for awards. Dr Sukhinder Cheema (Canada)

1. Effects of circadian pattern of blood pressure and heart rate in rotating night shift workers and its relation with neurotransmitters.

Anjum B KGMC, Lucknow

2. Nutritional aspects of soft tissue tumors.

Pooja Sharma Batra, Ravi Batra, Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Sewagram Bardha (MS).

3 .Age-related correlation between antioxidant enzymes and DNA damage with smoking and body mass index.

A. Cholendra and KK Reddy ,Tirupati.

4. Chemopreventive efficacy of geraniol against 7,12-dimethyl benz[a]anthracene-induced hamster buccal pouch carcino- genesis. Veerasamy Vinothkumar, Shanmugam Manoharan*
Annamalai Nagar.

 

8.30-9.30AM, Indo-Iran Symposium, Silver Oak hall B. 10 min each and power point slide show in 5 min. each.

Chairpersons. M Khosravi (Iran), S Manoharan (Tirupati), Dr DK Seth (Delhi)

Ovserver for awards. Dr Sukhinder Cheema (Canada)

3. Effect of of common antiepileptic drugs on serum levels of nutrients.

Zamzam Paknahad ( Iran)

4. The effect of gamma irradiation on the chemical composition and antioxidant status of cumin essential oils.

Dini S, D, Fatemi ,F , Rezaei MB, and Dadkhah A.Karaj, Iran

5. The effect of single mega- dose of cholecalciferol on adiponectin in mothers with gestational diabetes mellitus after delivary.

Mozaffari-Khosravi H and Hosseinzadeh-Shamsi-Anar M .

Department of Nutrition, Faculty of Health, Shahid Sadoughi University of Medical Sciences, Yazd, Iran.

Effect of calcium on blood pressures.(5 min)

M Hassan Intezari (Iran)

Effects of antioxidants on lipid peroxidation and serum eryl esterase enzyme in patients with rheumatoid arthritis.

Mahsa Jalili. Tabriz University of Medical sciences, Tabriz, Iran .

Effect of exercise training on beta cell function in obese men.

Rose Shahgholi Abasi,( Iran).

EFFECT OF SOY ISOFLAVONES SUPPLEMENTATION ON HORMONS, BLOOD PRESSURE AND MENOPAUSAL SYMPTOMS IN POST-MENOPAUSAL WOMEN. Husain.D , Khanna.K, Puri.S and Haghighizadeh M / Nutriton Dept, Para medical college, Ahvaz Jondi Shapour University of Medical Sciences, Iran.

Sept 13,2011

8.30-9.30 AM, Oral Presentation, Functional foods and nutraceuticals. Hall A, 10 min+2

Chairpersons, Ms Neera Jain ( New Delhi), Dr Rajiv Garg ( New Delhi)

Observer for awards. Dr Sukhinder Cheema (Canada)

  • A study of the effect of functional food on undernourished children.

Vandana Namdeo Bankar , Head of the Department of Home Science. , Dhareshwar Shiks h an Sansatha's. (Lead Lecture 15 min)

  • Product development and nutritional evaluation of recipes using aloe vera.

Shweta Upadhyay ;Ms Isha Agrawal 1 Student,Indira Gandhi National University N. Delhi, India.

  • Effect of soy milk consumption on serum IL -6, plasma MDA levels and NK cell count of overweight teen agers.

Mira Dewi, Ali Khomsan, Dadang Sukandar,Dept. of Community Nutrition, Faculty of Human Ecology, Bogor Agricultural University, Bogor,Jawa Barat, Indonesia

  • Diet and carcinogenesis.

Suniti Dharwadkar (India)

  • Natural health products and cancer.

S Manoharan (AnnamalaiNagar)

 8.30-9.30AM, Oral Presentation, Hall B, Indo-Japan Symposium.(10+2 min)

Chairpersons. Dr Vittul Gupta(Bhatinda), Dr Takahashi Toru (Japan)

1.EFFECTS OF GLUCOSE CONCENTRATION ON WATER ABSORPTION IN THE SMALL INTESTINE.

M . Miyamoto, Fukuoka, 813-8529, Japan,

2.CRYSTALLINE CELLULOSE AND PECTIN IN THE DIGESTA DECREASE THE SELF-DIFFUSION OF GLUCOSE IN THE SMALL INTESTINAL LUMEN

N. Ota 1 , M. Miyamoto 1 , M. Naoi 1 , Japan

3.DEVELOPMENT OF A NOVEL SCALE MEASURING METACOGNITION RELATED TO EATING BEHAVIOUR. M. Naoi 1 , M. Tokunaga 1, N. Ota 1, M. Miyamoto 1, Fukuoka city, 813-8529, Japan

4.A STUDY ON THE NUTRITIONAL STATUS AND PREVALENCE OF ANEMIA IN ADOLESCENT GIRLS IN WARDHA CITY

Kalpana Jadhav,Wardha

5.Food Safety and Nutrition Programmes in Educational Institutions.

Ambika Gupta, Lady Erwin College, New Delhi

9.30-10-30, Oral Presentation, Epidemiology, Hall B

Chairpersons, Dr P Nazni (Salem), Dr Rajiv Arora (Amritsar), Dr Charanjit Singh (Jallander)

1.A STUDY ON THE PREVALENCE AND MACROBIOTIC APPROACH OF CANCER AMONG THE TRIBAL POPULATION OF SHILLONG

Dr.V.Premala Priyadharsini* and Doreen**,Department of Food Service Management and Dietetics,Avinashilingam Deemed University for Women Coimbatore (TN), India

2.SALT IONISATION GOITRE PREVLENCE AND URINARY IODINE LEVELS-A POPOLATION SURVEY.

Seema JK, Kaur J, Aggarwal N , Jaswal S and Kaur H.

Department of Biochemistry, Department of Community Medicine Govt. Medical College and Hospital, Chandigarh, India.

3.A STUDY OF LIPIDOGRAM IN A POPULATION HAVING NORMAL BODY MASS INDEX.

Kaur H, Jaswal SS and Kaur J,. Department of Biochemistry, Government Medical College & Hospital, Chandigarh

4.A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON DIETARY PATTERN OF TYPE 2 DIABETICS FROM URBAN AND RURAL AREAS OF SOUTH INDIA.

Shubhashini.V* and Ushadevi.C** Smt VHD Central Institute of Homescience, Bangalore, India.

5.DIETARY PATTERN AND INTAKE OF TRIBAL FEMALES OF NAUGARH BLOCK, CHANDAULI DISTRICT, U.P, INDIA

Singh, N and Srivastava, P. Department of Home Science, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi

10.30-11.06,Oral Presentation, CVDs, Hall B (Tea in the hall)

Chairpersons, Dr Vandana Banker,(Auragabad), Dr Manohar Garg (Australia), Dr Arun Arora (Amritsar)

1. Effect of counseling in hospitalized Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) patients of rural India: A Knowledge, Attitude and Practice test

Gaurav Sharma, Swapnil Awasthi, Pranay Wal, Institute of Pharmacy, Pranveer Singh Institute of Technology, Bahuti Road, Kanpur-208020, UP, India

2.RECENT TRENDS IN REPERFUSION IN STEMI (ST ELEVATION MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION) IN A SOUTH INDIAN TIER-3 CITY.,

Kunwar B.K , George Joseph , Amit Hooda , CMC Vellore, India

3.Towards adopting right sided pace maker impantation; a safer surgical practice.

Ishan Shah, Vadodara.

New Echocardiographic Parameters of Global and Regional Left Ventricular Function in Patients with ST- segment Elevation Acute Myocardial Infarction

K.Hristova , Sofia,Bulgaria.

Assessing myocardial atrial deformations in CABG patients as predictor of perioperative cardiac arrhythmia. K. Hristova, Sofia, Bulgaria

  11.06-12.00, Oral Presentation, Nutrition in women. Hall B

Chairpersons, Dr BS Bal (Amritsar), Dr SN Acharya (Canada),Dr Ashok Bakaya(Jammu)

1.BIOCHEMICAL CHANGES IN PREGNANT ANEMIA WOMEN BEFORE AND AFTER ORAL IRON SUPPLIMENTATION.

Tiwari AKM 1, Mahdi,AA1 and Singh RK 2 , Department of Biochemistry, C.S.M. medical University, Lucknow,Department of Biochemistry, SGRRIM&HS, Dehradun

2.FERMENTATION AS A TECHNOLOGY FOR ENHANCHING IRON AVAILABILITY FROM CEREAL PULSE FOODS.

Balwinder , S and Riat, P. ,Department of Food and Nutrition, College of Home Science, Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana141004, India

3.PREVALENCE OF ANAEMIA AMONGST COLLEGE GOING ADOLESCENT GIRLS IN AKOLA CITY

Dhore KR. Smt. Radha Devi Goenka College for Women, Akola (M.S.) 444005 India.

4.A STUDY OF NUTRITION AND WELL BEING OF ADULT MEN AND WOMEN. Aanchal Ahuja and Bharathi Kumari, Dept. Of psychology , Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi.

5.GENDER SPECIFIC EFFECTS OF DIETARY EPA OR DHA SUPPLEMENTATION ON PLATELET AGGREGATION IN HEALTHY HUMAN SUBJECTS Phang ,M 1, Lincz ,L 1, 2, and Garg ML. 1 1School of Biomedical Sciences & Pharmacy, University of Newcastle; 2Hunter Haematology Research Group, Newcastle Mater Hospital, NSW Australia

 

12.00-1.00, Oral Presentation, Experimental Studies. Hall B

Chairpersons, Dr Mohan Lal (Jammu), Dr VP Sharma (Jallandhar), Dr AK DuttaRoy (Norway)

1.JERUSALEM ARTICHOKE AS A PREBIOTIC IN WISTAR RATS: INFLUENCE ON HIND GUT MICROBIOTA AND FERMENTATION

Lipismita Samal , Chaturvedi VB and Pattanaik AK.*,Centre of Advanced Studies in Animal Nutrition, Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Izatnagar, India

2.DOMINANT NEGATIVE 14-3-3 PROTEIN EXACERBATES CARDIAC DYSFUNCTION AND REDUCES SURVIVAL IN MICE WITH MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION .

Somasundaram Arumugam,Chinnae.

3.EFFECT OF MODIFIED EGGS ON OXIDATIVE STRESS IN NIDDM INDUCED WISTAR RATS .

Singh KB 1 and Taneja, SK , Department of Zoology, PUC, Mizoram University, Aizawl, India.

4.SYNERGISTIC ANTILIPIDEMIC AND ANTIHEPATOTOXIC ACTION OF GONGRONEMA LATIFOLIUM AND NAUCLEA LATIFOLIA IN STREPTOZOTOCIN DIABETIC RAT MODELS.

Ebong , PE, Effiong GS, Atangwho,IJ and Eyong, EU.Calabar, Nigeria.

1.00-2.00, Lunch

2.00-5.45, Keynote lectures and Executive and GB Meeting of ICN in Hall B.

Sept 14, 2011.

8.30-9.30 AM, Hall A, Award Session, RISK FACTORS.

Chairpersons. Dr Manmohan Singh (Patiala),Dr Iqbal Khursheed (Srinagar), Dr JK Mukkadan (Kochin)

1.APPLICABILITY OF LIPOPROTEN (a) AS A RISK PREDICTOR FOR CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASE.

Bhatt S, Bhatt B, Srivastava SR , Naithani M, Kushwaha RS and Singh RK.

Dehradun and VCSG GIMS&R, Srinagar, Pauri Garhwal (Uttarakhand).

2.DIETARY EFFECTS ON CHRONIOMICS OF CICULATING OXIDANT AND ANTIOXIDANT ENZYMES IN HEALTHY VOLUNTEERS.

Singh R , Mahdi AA and Tripathi AK . ,Biochemistry and Medicine Departments, C S M Medical University,Lucknow-226003.

3.ALTERNATED DUAL TASK: A NOVEL METHOD TO ASSESS ROLE OF NUTRIENTS ON BRAIN FUNCTION.

Dr. Praveen Kottath Veetil and Dr. Joseph Kurian Mukkadan Little Flower Medical Research Centre, Angamaly, Kerala, India.

4.MODULATION OF ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM STRESS AND CARDIOMYOCYTE APOPTOSIS BY MULBERRY LEAF DIET IN EXPERIMENTAL AUTOIMMUNE MYOCARDITIS RATS

Somasundaram Arumugam, Chinnae.

5.L-Theanine promotes nitric oxide production in endothelial cells via phosporylation of Ser 1177.

Dias M Paul, Chinnae/Bangalore).

8.30-9.30, Hall B, Oral Presentation, Diet and diseases.

Chairpersons, Dr Vijay Kohli (Delhi), Dr A Dewan(Shimla), Dr SP Rai (Gorakhpur)

1.DIETARY MANAGEMENT OF DIABETES MELLITUS WITH LOW GLYCAEMIC INDEX FOXTAIL MILLET PRODUCTS.

Jain S*, Singh, V** and Chelawat S ***

All India Coordinated Research Project on Home Science, Department of Foods & Nutrition College of Home Science, Maharana Pratap University of Agriculture and Technology, Udaipur, Rajasthan (India)

2.AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF THE IMPACT OF WHEAT BRAN SUPPLEMENTATION ON THE NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF NON-INSULIN DEPENDENT DIABETIC WOMEN . Dewan, A. Department of Homescience, St. Bede’s College, Shimla

3.EFFECT OF SECOND LINE ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY ON NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF HIV INFECTED PATIENTS

Bhowmik A1, Chaudhuri D 2, Bhadra S 3, De1 R and Guha1 SK.

Centre of Excellence in HIV, School of Tropical Medicine, Kolkata, India, Institute of hygiene and public health, Kolkata, India, Bidhan Nagar College, Kolkata, India

4.IMPACT OF NUTRITION MANAGEMENT IN PATIENTS WITH HEAD AND NECK CANCERS TREATED WITH IRRADIATION ‘IS THE NUTRITIONAL INTERVENTION USEFUL?,

Malhotra ,S and Ghoshal ,S.

Department of Dietetics and Department Of Radiotherapy, Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, Chandigarh, India

5.EVALUATION OF NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF PATIENTS WITH HEAD AND NECK AND UPPER GI MALIGNANCIES POSTED FOR RADICAL SURGERY.

Das AP, Farhana A, Raghavendra RM, Gopinath KS, Srinath BS, Girish Rao S, Vidya H, Mahesh KB, Venkatachala K, Subramanya R and Saishruthi R. Department of Clinical Nutrition, Department of Integrative Oncology, 3 Department of Surgical Oncology, HCG Bangalore Institute of Oncology, Bangalore, India.

 9.30-10.30, Hall B, Oral Presentations, Natural health products-1.

Chairpersons, Dr TK Basu (Canada), Dr SN Acharya (Canada), Dr RK Singh(Dehradun))

TANNINS: BRIGHTER SIDE AS NUTRACEUTICAL

1.Mamta Kumari and Shashi Jain, Udaipur,Raj

QUALITY EVALUATION OF PALM OIL AND ITS UTILITY IN PREPARATION OF FOOD PRODUCTS.

Mamta Kumari and Shashi Jain, Udaipur,Raj

2.INTAKE OF ANTIOXIDANTS AND THEIR STATUS IN CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE PATIENTS.

Sahni N , Gupta KL, Rana SV , Prasad R and Bhalla AK,Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, Chandigarh, India.

3.EFEFCT OF FIBER INTAKE ON SERUM CHOLESTEROLLEVEL IN HYPERTENSIVE ADULTS.

Dhore, KR.Smt. Radha Devi Goenka College for Women, Akola (M.S.), India.

4.representative species in the Vitaceae and Leeaceae families. Chnar N , Khatijah H and Haja M. , Bangi Selangor, Malaysia

5.TBA Annamalai University

 10.30-11.50, Hall B, Oral Presentations, Natural health products-2,

Chairpersons, Dr KK Reddy (Tirupati), Dr Chnar N(Malaysia),Dr Nalwade VM.

1.TBA by Dr Manoharan,Annamalai University

2. TBA by Terupati University

3.EFFECT OF SPIRULINA INCORPORATED FOODS ON LIPID PROFILE IN HYPERLIDEMIC SUBJECTS.

Nalwade ,VM, Mane GM. and Khan,TN.,Parbhani,(MS)

4.SUPPLEMENTATION OF HERB icure AND LIPID PROFILE.

Khan TN., Mamila VV. and Nalwade VM..Parbhani, Maharashtra, India.

5.DEVELOPING VALUE ADDED PRODUCTS FROM NUTRICEREALS AND THE EFFECT OF PACKAGING AND STORAGE ON THEIR SHELF LIFE .

Dewan, A.Department of Homescience, St. Bede’s College, Shimla

 11.50-12.26, Hall B, Oral presentation. Fatty acids and oils.

Chairpersons. Dr Eqbal Douqan (Malaysia),Dr S Manoharan (Annamalai Nagar),

Dr SV rana (Chandigarh)

1.EFFECT OF RED PALM OLEIN AND PALM OLEIN ON ANTIOXIDANT ENZYME IN NORMAL AND STRESSED RAT LIVER.

Eqbal Dauqan a, Halimah AS a , Aminah A b and Zalifah MK. b,aSchool of Biosciences and Biotechnology, Faculty of Science and Technology, Universiti Kebangsaan, Bangi Selangor, Malaysia, bSchool of Chemical Sciences and Food Technology, Faculty of Science and Technology, Universiti Kebangsaan ,Bangi Selangor, Malaysia

2.Anatomical study of ADULTERATION OF MUSTARD COOKING OIL WITH ARGEMONE OIL: OUR INSTITUTIONAL EXPERIENCE.

Jaswal S, Singh K, Kaur H, and Kaur, SJ .

Department of Biochemistry, Department of Medicine , Government Medical College & Hospital, Chandigarh

3.PRE-SUPPLEMENTATION WITH LONG CHAIN POLYUNSATURATED OMEGA-3 FATTY ACIDS FOR WEIGHT LOSS AND IMPROVEMENT IN BLOOD BIOMARKERS.

Munro, IA and Garg , ML.Nutraceuticals Research Group, School of Biomedical Sciences & Pharmacy, University of Newcastle, Callaghan NSW 2308, Australia.

4.TBA by Annamalai University

1.26-2.26, Lunch

2.30-3.15,Hall B, Workshop for Trainees and Examination

3.15- 4.00, Hall B, Slide Show, 10 slides in 5 min, each presenter.

UNIVERSITY OF MYSORE SYMPOSIUM.

Chairpersons,Dr Abolfazl P (Iran), Dr Suniti Dharwadkar (Aurangabad)

1.NUTRITIONAL VALUE AND MINERAL COMPOSITION OF TERMITOMYCES SPECIES FROM KODAGU DISTRICT, (WESTERN GHATS)-KARNATAKA- INDIA (10+2 min)

Abolfazl Pahlevanlo and Janardhana G. R.

Mycology and Plant Pathology Laboratory,Department of Studies in Botany, University of Mysore, Manasagangotri, Mysore – 570 006, Karnataka

2.NUTRIENTS INTAKE IN ADOLESCENT BOYS AND FACTORS INFLUENCING.

Shafiee S 1, Mesgarani M1 and Khyrunnisa Begum2 ,1-Department of Nutrition, Zahedan University Of Medical Science, Zahedan, Iran ,2-Department of Studies in Food Science and Nutrition Manasagangotri University of Mysore, India

3.INFLUENCE OF NUTRITIONAL STATUS ON QOR IN CABG PATIENTS

Mesgarani M1 , Shafiee S1 and Khyrunnisa Begum2 , 1-Department of Nutrition, Zahedan University Of Medical Science, Zahedan, Iran , 2-Department of Studies in Food Science and Nutrition Manasagangotri University of Mysore, India

4. ASSOCIATION BETWEEN DIETARY BEHAVIOR, MENSTRUAL FACTORS AND RISK OF DYSMENORRHEA AMONG YOUNG ADULTS.

Omidvar S and Khyrunnisa Begum.

DoS in Food science and Nutrition, University of Mysore, Mysore, India

5.NUTRITIONAL AND HEALTH CONSEQUENCES IN HIGH RISK PREGNANCIES- INDIAN SCENARIO *Vijayalaxmi K.G , and **Asna Urooj. University of Agricultural Sciences,Hebbal,Bangalore,560024,

**Dept of Studies in Food Science & Nutrition, University of Mysore, Mysore.

Sri Venkateswara University Symposium.

1.Interaction among body composition, self-rated health and functional status of the elderly in an Indian population

R. K. Anuradha 1 and K. K. Reddy 2, 1 Department of Home Science, Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati-517 502, Andhra Pradesh, India

2.Evaluation of herbal formulation as an effective wound healing agent in Diabetic foot ulcers, K.K. Reddy , Department of Anthropology, S.V. University, Tirupati- 517 502, A.P

3.A Socio-cultural and Nutritional Perspective of Centenarians in Kurichia tribe, R.B. Satyavathi 1 and KK Reddy 2 , 1 Department of Adult & Continuing Education, Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati-517 502, Andhra Pradesh, India, 2Department of Anthropology, Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati- 517 502, A. P. India

4.PREVALANCE OF OVERWEIGHT, OBESITY AND BLOOD PRESSURE LEVELS IN ADOLESCENT SCHOOL CHILDREN. R.Hema Latha 1, G.Sudhakar 1, R.K.Anuradha 1 and K.K. Reddy 2, 1Department of Home Science, Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati-517 502, Andhra Pradesh, 2Department of Anthropology, Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati-517 502, Andhra Pradesh

5.ASSOCIATION OF ARTERIAL BLOOD PRESURE AND BODY MASS INDEX IN DIABETICS OF URBAN ADULTS. P. Geetha and K.K. Reddy, Department of Anthropology, Sri Venkateswara University,Tirupati-517 502, Andhra Pradesh

6.Antioxidants, lipid peroxidation and lipoproteins in primary hypertension.B. Badrinadudu and KK reddy, Department of Anthropology, Sri Venkateswara University,Tirupati-517 502, Andhra Pradesh.

Annamalai University Symposium.

1.Biochemical and molecular chemopreventive approaches for berberine in 7, 12-dimethylbenz[a]anthracene-induced hamster buccal pouch carcinogenesis.
S. Manoharan*, G. Sindhu and Singh R B,Department of Biochemistry & Biotechnology, Faculty of Science, Annamalai University,

2.Chemopreventive potential of andrographolide in 7, 12-dimethylbenz(a)anthracene induced hamster buccal pouch carcinogenesis.
Arjun Kumar Singh and S. Manoharan,Department of Biochemistry and Biotechnology, Faculty of Science, Annamalai University, Annamalainagar

3.Chemopreventive effect of coumarin on 7, 12 dimethylbenz [a]anthracene induced hamster buccal pouch carcinogenesis.
N.Baskaran and S. Manoharan,Department of Biochemistry and Biotechnology, Faculty of Science, Annamalai University, Annamalai nagar

4.Chemopreventive potential of apigenin in 7,12-dimethyl benz(a)anthracene induced experimental oral carcinogenesis.
Simon Silvan, Shanmugam Manoharan*, Nagarethinam Baskaran, Chezhiyan Anusuya, Sekar Karthikeyan and Murugaraj Manoj Prabhakar,Department of Biochemistry and Biotechnology, Faculty of Science,Annamalai University, Annamalainagar,

5.Evaluation of anti cancer potential of chrysin on 7,12-dimethylbenz(a)anthracene induced mammary carcinogenesis in Sprague-Dawley rats.

6.Molecular approaches for the chemopreventive potential of chrysin in 7,12-dimethylbenz(a)anthracene induced skin carcinogenesis in Swiss albino mice.
M. Manoj Prabhakar, S. Manoharan and N. Baskaran,Department of Biochemistry and Biotechnology, Faculty of Science, Annamalai University, Annamalainagar

ABSTRACTS FROM IRAN., Slide show, Hall B, Sept 14(Please contact those who want 10 min oral presentation or lecture in Symposia)

 1.EFFECT OF SOY ISOFLAVONES SUPPLEMENTATION ON HORMONS, BLOOD PRESSURE AND MENOPAUSAL SYMPTOMS IN POST-MENOPAUSAL WOMEN. Husain.D , Khanna.K, Puri.S and Haghighizadeh M/ Nutriton Dept, Para medical college, Ahvaz Jondi Shapour University of Medical Sciences, Iran.

2.HYPOGLYCEMIC ACTION OF VACCINIUM ARCTOSTAPHYLLOS IN DIABETIC RATS.

Mozhgan Khatibi –Mohammad Hasibi .

3.Physiology Research center-Medical science university of Kerman, Iran.

THE EFFECTIVENESS OF NUTRITIONAL EDUCATION ON THE ATTIRUDE AND PRACTICE OF DIABETES APTIENTS.

Mozhgan khatibi-mojgan and sanjari-afshin sarafinejad.

Physiology Research center-Medical science university of Kerman, Iran.

4.FOOD SECURITY AND USE OF MODERN TECHNOLOGY IN DAIRY PRODUCTS.

Deilami,H.T and Kashani RB.

Department of Animal science - Islamic Azad University-Mashhad Branch, Iran

5.The effect of simultaneous supplementation of vitamin A, zinc and iron on growth indices in 12-60 months rural children.

Afshoun E , Afshoun T, Akbartabar M, Malekzadeh JM, Sharifi B , Malekpoor G and Mousavi ZA.

Department of Nutrition Health and Epidemiology, Yasouj University of Medical Sciences, Yasouj. Iran.

6.The association of nutritionAL STATUS DURING the first 2 years of life with type 1 diabetes mellitus and some of the other factors in 2-15 years old children .

Rabiei S, Rastmanesh R and Beheshti S.

University of Medical Sciences, Nutrition Sciences Faculty, Iran.

7.THE EFFECT OF ANTIOXIDANTS ON LIPID PEROXIDATION AND SERUM SRYESTERASE ENZYME IN FEMALE RHEUMATOID PATIENTS.

Jalili M 1, Hosseini SRA 2, Kolahi S 3, Mameghani ME 4 and Sabour S. 5

Tabriz University of Medical Sciences, Health & Nutrition Faculty, Research Committee of Students of Medical Sciences, Nutrition Research Center, Department of Food Sciences and Industries, Medicine Faculty, Rheumatology Research Team, Department of  Internal Medicine, Department of  Nutrition and Diet Therapy, Department of Statistics and Epidemiology, Tabriz, Iran.

8.STUDYING LEVEL OF KNOWLEDGE ABOUT DIABETES AND IT RELATIONSHIP WITH DEMOGRAPHIC IN NURSES TO HYGIENIC AND MEDICAL CENTERS IN SANANDAJ CITY, IN 2007 .

Aliramaei N, Sharifi N , Sabery M and Moradi L.

Kurdistan University of Medical Science & Health Services. Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery. Sanandaj, Iran.

9.A STUDY ON FREQUENCY OF SKIN COMPLICATIONS IN DIABETIC PATIENTS REFERRING TO DERMATOLOGICAL CLINIC IN SANANDAJ IN 2009. Yaghmaei R .

Dermatology Dept., Kurdistan University of Medical Science & Health service s, Sanandaj, Iran.

10.Comparement  of eating disorder and  menstruation statue in female athletes whether lean or non-lean sports .

Karimi M. Kavoss G and Kargarfard M .

Department Physical Education, Faculty of human science, University. Iran,

11.Body mass index associated with the number of pregnancies in women referred to health centers Sanandaj.

Aliramaei N*. and Zobeiry K.

*Member of scientific board of faculty nursing and midwifery. Tehran University of Medical Science-Tehran, Iran.

12.VITAMIN D, CALCIUM AND PHOSPHRUS STATUS OF PREGNANT WOMEN AND THEIR NEWBORNSIN WEST OF IRAN.

Ghotbi N, Molanaei N, Pasha M, Vahid SG. and Hasani S.

Department of pediatrics, Be´sat´s Hospital, Medical University of Kurdistan, Sanandaj, Iran.

13.EFFECT OF EXERCISE TRAINING ON B-CELL FUNCTION IN OBESE MEN, Rose Shahgholi abasi, Islamic Azad University, Parand Branch, Parand, Iran, Islamic Azad University, Parand Branch, Parand, Iran

14.INVESTIGATION OF INSULIN RESISTANCE IN RELATION TO ADIPONECTIN IN ADULT MALES WITH MILD TO MODERATE ASTHMA. Rose Shahgholi abasi: Islamic Azad University, Parand Branch, Parand, Iran;Eizadi Mojtaba: Islamic Azad University, Saveh Branch, Saveh, Iran

15.THE EFFECT A SINGLE MEGA-DOSE OF CHOLECALCIFEROL ON BLOOD PRESSURE IN MOTHERS WITH GESTATIONAL DIABETES MELLITUS AFTER DELIVERY.

Mozaffari-Khosravi H and Hosseinzadeh-Shamsi-Anar M .

Department of Nutrition, Faculty of Health, Shahid Sadoughi University of Medical Sciences, Yazd, Iran.

16.Effects of antioxidants on lipid peroxidation and serum eryl esterase enzyme in patients with rheumatoid arthritis.

Mahsa Jalili.Tabriz University of Medical sciences, Tabriz,Iran .

17.Effect of weight loss on blood pressures.

Hassan Mozaffari-Khosravi ,( Iran)

18.Effect of calcium on blood pressures.

M Hassan Intezari ( Iran)

 RUSSIANS PEOPLE,S FRIENDSHIP UNIVERSITY SYMPOSIUM.

  • THE SPHYGMOCHRON as predictor of PRE-HYPERTENSION AND HYPERTENSION patient’s status. *Cornelissen G., **Chibisov S.M., **Kharliskaya E.V.,,*Halberg F., **Rajesh Agarval ,**Shastun S.A.,* Halberg Chronobiology Center, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, USA, ** People's Friendship University of Russia, Moscow, Russia.
  • Ecological and physiological features of cardiorespiratory desynchronization at students from various climatogeographical regions. Albert Souren (USA)*, Leila Borsali (France), Shastun S.A. (chief scientist)*.Moscow, PFU, Medical Faculty, Department of Normal Physiology.
  • Peculiarities of cardiovascular status at patients with stomatological abnormalities. Farkasdi Sándor, Oszlánszky Judit, Dr.Yakovlev Michael, , Dr. Ibrohimov Sherostan, Sokov Petr, Vignes Mohan, Rubanes Mohan, Dr. Prosvetov Roman.
  • Annual organization of biorhythms cardiovascular system at students from Africa in the changed environmental conditions.

Asogva Innocent Kingsley (Nigeria)*, Omary Nassoro (Tanzania)*, Shastun S.A. (chief scientist)*.Moscow, PFU, Medical Faculty, Department of Normal Physiology.

5. autonomic nervous system disorders and PAROXYSMAL ATRIAL FIBRILLATION . Reynbakh O. 1 ; Tarasov A. 2, MD, PhD; Pozdnyakov U. 2, MD, PhD, D.Sc.,Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia, Faculty of Medicine, Moscow, Russia 1, Moscow regional Center for Cardiology, Zhukovsky, Russia 2

6. Seasonal affective disorders (SAD) as part of cardiovascular disturbance and Quality of a life at students from various climatogeographical regions. Bhunesvar Seetul (Mauritius), Basharov M. (Russia),Petrova A. (Russia), Markus Keim (Germany), Shastun S.A. (Chief Scientist), Vilkevich E.V. (Scientific adviser), Panov G.A. (Scientific adviser). Peoples’ Friendship University, Department of Normal Physiology, Moscow.

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Tel 0091 9810024642, Ms Prachi 0971789-1136 ,  098715-99011
Direct  :  011 - 47171012  india@shikhar.com

All the delegates would be guided by executives of Shikhar PCO on Sept 11,12 around the clock at the airport, depending upon arrival of flights of Indian and foreign delegates. Delegates coming by train should contact Ms Prachi if they want transport for their hotel and venue in advance by email as well as by telephone which would be on payment.

All the speakers, delegates and ICN office bearers would be guided by Shikhar PCO about the transport to reach their hotel. The charges may be Rs.300 to 1000.00 depending upon time of the day and distance of the hotel from the air port. Please contact in advance so that you have not to wait on the air port.

Hotel rooms are provided to invited speakers by the congress for 2-3 nights depending upon their participation. Speakers are requested to share the room as far as possible to reduce our hotel bills. A fixed menu is provided for breakfast. If any delegate orders any thing extra, he has to pay by cash immediately to the hotel.

Transport would be provided by the congress for the delegates staying in the hotels approved by the congress; Sain Dham, Hotel Broadway, hotel claridge and hotel Almonds at 8.00 AM And 8.45AM for going to Habitat World and at 5.30PM in the evening for going back to these hotels.

Silver Oak Halls A and B, Mr Gaurav would see that the hall opens at 8.00 AM and slide projector, curtains and laser pointer in both halls are ready for lectures. No delegate without conference badge should be allowed to enter the hall. The halls should be guarded by the

Shikhar PCO executives.

Power point slides.

All delegates are requested to reach the Habitat World by 8.15 to deliver their power point slides to executives of the Audiovisual team, for the first session and give their slides at least 2 hours before their presentation. No other method of presentation is possible due to scarcity of time.

Scientifc Program : Dr Suniti Dharwadkar, Dr KK Sharma, Dr KK Reddy, Dr S Manoharan and Dr P Nazni are co-chairpersons for scientific committee. Please reach in time at 8.15 AM in the morning, a few minutes before the lunch time ends, to see that each session starts and finishes within given time. Please also see that each speaker gets a momento.