Scientific Program

Conference Series Ltd invites all the participants across the globe to attend Asian Aesthetic and Dermatology congress Bangkok, Thailand.

Day 1 :

Keynote Forum

Sunil Chopra

The London Dermatology Centre, United Kingdom

Keynote: Intense pulsed light and the treatment of spots, wrinkles, texture, pores, UV spots, brown marks and porphyrin levels

Time : 10:00-11:00



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Session Introduction

Rachna Singh

Dermanation Skin Clinic, India

Title: Air Pollution & Premature Aging

Dr. Rachna Singh has completed her MBBS and Masters in Dermatology from India and she did diploma in Botox and filler from London (UK). She is a Director of Dermanation.


Skin aging process is due to Extrinsic factor as well as Intrinsic factor. Most common cause of extrinsic factor is Sun. Recently Air pollution by traffic/factories/ is also responsible for premature aging. Therefore in prevention of premature aging Air pollution also considered.


Eima Shaheen

Department of Dermatology, Mayo Hospital Lahore,Pakistan


Dr Eima Shaheen is a qualified dermatologist with special interest in research. She has graduated in 2005 with Gold and Silver medals.She has completed her fellowship in 2013. Since then she has worked with dermatology departments of various tertiary care hospitals in Pakistan.


The aim of this study is to determine the prevalence of anxiety and depression amongst patients suffering from polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOD)/Hirsutism.
Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is the most common endocrine ailment among females of reproductive age group. 7% of females of childbearing age worldwide are suffering from PCOD which is considered as a genetic disorder. In addition there is a large number of patients suffering from idiopathic hirsutism. 
An observational study is being conducted in Mayo Hospital Lahore Out Patient Department. Patient suffering from hirsutism were assessed for PCOD by applying Rotterdam criterion and HAAD scale was applied to assess anxiety and depression . Among 44 females enrolled so far 24 were found to be suffering from PCOD, whereas the rest suffered from idiopathic hirsutism. 16(36%) patients are suffering from anxiety,2 patients had borderline anxiety. 12(27%) are found to be cases of depression,  6 had boderline depression. Among patients diagnosed with PCOD 10(41%) and 12(50%) are suffering from anxiety and depression respectively, only 2(8%)have borderline depression. Among the 20 idiopathic cases, 6(30%) and 2(10%) suffered anxiety and depression, with 4(20%) borderline cases. According to the results obtained so far anxiety and depression has been found to be more prevalent in PCOD patients than in idiopathic hirsutes. However further data collection and completion of study is required to arrive at a solid.

Sharmin Jahan

Affiliation: Dhaka Medical College hospital Consultant of Dermatology and venereology of Bangladesh Ministry of Health and family welfare

Title: Efficacy of Ciclopirox Olamine cream in Superficial Dermatophytosis Affiliation: Dhaka Medical College hospital

Dr Sharmin Jahan has completed her MBBS at the age of 23 years from  Sir Salimullah Medical College and  Mitford Hospital and postgraduation study MCPS And FCPS from BCPS. She is the Consultant of Dermatology and venereology  of Bangladesh Ministry of Health and family welfare. She has published 1 papers in reputed journal.


Background: Ciclopirox is a broad-spectrum antifungal agent as well as anti-inflammatory agent and is effective against both Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria. These properties may give ciclopirox an advantage over other antifungal agents in the treatment of dermatophyte infection.
Objective: To evaluate the efficacy and safety of Ciclopirox olamine 1% cream  in the treatment of Dermatophytosis.  
Methods: In Dhaka Medical College hospital Eighty-one patients with tinea corporis/tinea cruris were selected according to the inclusion and exclusion criteria and were examined for clinical diagnosis  and confirmed by a positive 10.0% KOH reading. They were advised to apply Ciclopirox olamine 1% cream once daily for 2 weeks  and Clinical and mycological  assessment at baseline and at 4th week.
Result: The age of the patients ranged from 18 to 60 years with the mean age of 32.5 (SD ± 10.5) years. There were 52 (64.2%) male and 29 (35.8%) female with a male to female ratio  was 1.8:1. The mean age of the female patients was significantly lower (Z=1.114; p>0.05) and  highest 29 (35.8%) patients were in the age group of 21-30 years. Tinea corporis found in 47 (58.0%)  and  tinea cruris in 34 (42.0%) . The mean clinical assessment  score declined from 6.6 ± 1.3 at baseline; to 3.9±1.2 at week 1, 0.9 ±1.3 at week 2; 0.7 ± 1.1 at week 4.  Global response was clear in 55 (67.9%) , good in 25 (30.9%)  and fair in 55 (67.9%) . Mycological response was eradicated in 80 (98.8%) patients and persistent in only 1 (1.2%) patients. Clinical efficacy was cure in 55 (67.9%), improvement in 25 (30.9%) and failure in 1 (1.2%). Excessive pruritus occurred  in 2 (2.5%)  and excessive burning in 1 (1.2) after initial application of cream which gradually disappeared after subsequent application.
Conclusion: Once daily topical administration of Ciclopirox olamine 1% cream is highly effective and well tolerated treatment of dermatomycoses causing T corporis and T cruris. The short treatment regimen and the high cure rate with Ciclopirox olamine 1% cream can be a valuable treatment option in treating tinea corporis and cruris.


Natia Khutsishvili has just finished a residency program in Dermatology and Venereology at Tbilisi State Medical University,Georgia, at the age of 27. She has been awarded with several scholarships during her medical career due to her high scores. She has been selected several times as a participant and a speaker at the school of the  European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology.Her above paper has just been accepted and soon will be published at Gerogian Medical News.She is starting to pursue her PhD degree in the near future.


Background: Chronic itchy skin diseases are common in a dermatologist’s every day practice. Varied lesions with different distribution, annoying pruritus appended with stress are of main complaints faced by a clinician. Meanwhile, stress may be an added concern to the skin symptoms, but inversely it can be an exacerbating factor of cutaneus disorders. Because skin problems are hard to hide and itch just aggravates the situation, such chronic conditions lead patients to psychological distress.
Objective and aim: To outline the importance of collaboration of a dermatologist, a psychologist and a neurologist while dealing with pruritic skin disease, particularly the chronic one.
Methods: A review of the data from several studies addressing psychological distress in the patients with psoriasis, eczema, atopic dermatitis with one case study for each condition.
Results/Conclusions:  Depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts and other mental disturbances are frequent accompanying factors of chronic itchy dermatological conditions. When presented to such disorders the dermatologist ought always to evaluate the level of psychological distress in patients and take into account the possible good outcome of the involvement of the psychology specialists.