H2073 Joint Program: Section on Critical Care and Section on Nephrology

Sunday, November 4
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Location: Plaza International Ballroom F, Hyatt Regency Orlando

Topic(s): Nephrology, Critical Care 

Sponsor(s): Section on Nephrology, Section on Critical Care 

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The Kidney in Critical Care: The Canary in the Coal Mine
The development of more accurate biomarkers has revolutionized the methods to diagnose acute kidney injury. At the same time, international groups have developed consensus definitions of acute kidney injury, allowing for comparison of trials that have similar criteria. Simultaneously, technologies for continuous dialysis are more advanced. Kidney transplant perioperative and longer-term management also have changed, especially with the advent of paired exchanges across distant centers and newer medications. This program will update critical care practitioners on these developments.

Tara M. Neumayr, MD

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
Washington University in St. Louis/St. Louis Children's Hospital
Saint Louis, Missouri

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Sarah J. Swartz, MD, FAAP

Associate Professor
Texas Children's Hospital/Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, Texas

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H2073 Joint Program: Section on Critical Care and Section on Nephrology

Sunday, November 4
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Location: Plaza International Ballroom F, Hyatt Regency Orlando

Topic(s): Nephrology, Critical Care 

Sponsor(s): Section on Nephrology, Section on Critical Care 

View full agenda here

The Kidney in Critical Care: The Canary in the Coal Mine
The development of more accurate biomarkers has revolutionized the methods to diagnose acute kidney injury. At the same time, international groups have developed consensus definitions of acute kidney injury, allowing for comparison of trials that have similar criteria. Simultaneously, technologies for continuous dialysis are more advanced. Kidney transplant perioperative and longer-term management also have changed, especially with the advent of paired exchanges across distant centers and newer medications. This program will update critical care practitioners on these developments.

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Sarah J. Swartz, MD, FAAP

Associate Professor
Texas Children's Hospital/Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, Texas

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