In this program, the faculty will present and actively discuss various topics which are of  significant importance in the region. We will cover Clinical Nephrology e.g. diagnosis and management of patients with kidney diseases , pathophysiological and clinical issues , Dialysis ( Hemodialysis, Peritoneal Dialysis, Acute Dialysis) and Transplantation.

Topics:

•The Future of Renal Replacement Therapy

•Monitoring Hemodynamics in Hemodialysis

•Extracorporeal Approaches for Non-Renal Patients

•Advances in Anemia Management- An Update

•Agricultural Nephropathy

•Are  We Ignoring Dysnatremia?

•A Rare Case of Trace Elements Errors

•Case Studies - Ca and Phospate Imbalance

•Advances in Peritoneal Dialysis

•Reducing the costs of ESKD while delivering Quality Healthcare- are Home Therapies the answer?

•DICG ( Declaration of Istanbul Custodian Group) Recommended Strategies for Preventing & Managing Organ Trafficking

•Iranian Experience in Expanding Transplantation

•Future Immunosuppresion in Transplantation

•Genetic Cystic Kidney Disease

•Pathology of Glomerular Disease- what's new?

•Hyperparathyroidism in CKD Patients

•Putting Balance Back in Diet, Nutritional Geometry of CKD, Obesity and Aging

•Detection and Management of AKI in the Developing World

•Critical Care Nephrology Updates

•Advances in Diabetic Nephropathy

•DOPPS Registry in MEA Countries

Course materials will be presented in a distraction-free environment through multimedia formats that include:

  • Lectures and Case studies
  • Interactive sessions with the Audience Response System

This continuing education program is a can’t miss event :

  • Clinical educators are regional and international authorities.
  • There will be pre and post event quiz to assess learning effect.
  • Comprehensive syllabus- packed with a wealth of knowledge and is available both electronically and in print.
  • The use of the Audience Response Systems gives you vital awareness of areas of strength and weakness.
  • You will learn about clinically important advances in common diseases and practices for optimal management.
  • Past participants have rated this course amongst the best.