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20th International Conference on
Advances in Critical Care Nephrology

Meet the Expert Sessions
Organ Dysfunction in the Critically Ill Patient
Raising Awareness of Acute Kidney Injury (AKI)
Controversies in Management of the Critically Ill
Challenges and Controversies in Renal Support
Biomarkers for Management of Critically Ill
Special Sessions for Nurses & Allied Personnel
Special Pre-Conference Symposium & Workshops
Registration Now Open!

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Free Featured Lecture

Prevention of AKI in Sepsis
Michael Joannidis, MD
Innsbruck, Austria

Dr. Joannidis' 20 min. presentation was recorded at the CRRT 2014 Conference in March.

> View Featured Lecture/E-Learning Portal

Sponsored Webinars

Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) and Long-Term Dialysis Dependence
Dr. William Clark and Dr. Sean Bagshaw

Discussion explores the connection between RRT modality choice and long-term dialysis dependence.

> View Featured & Previous Webinars

CDC & ASN Ebola Guidelines

CDC Guidelines
> Infection Prevention/Control Recommendations
> Guidelines for Ebola Patient Dialysis (pdf)

ASN Resources
> Ebola Resources for Health Professionals
> FAQs and Additional Information (pdf)

Important Survey

Your Opinion Helps! At CRRT 2014, there was much discussion regarding the recovery aspect of AKI. An area of interest is how to enhance recovery in patients who remain dialysis-dependent at discharge. Please help with your opinion regarding the post-discharge care of such patients.

> Nephrologists Click Here
> Non-nephrologists & Nurses, Click Here

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December 2, 2008 8:57:01 PM PST

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