Translational Discoveries Paving the Way for Innovations in Managing Failing Kidney Complications

14 Apr 2024 9:00am 10:30am
Hall E
ElianaDina-Batlle Chairperson Hospital Metropolitano De Santiago Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y MaestraDominican Republic
GustavoLaham Chairperson Gustavo Laham, Sociedad Argentina de Nefrología (SAN)Argentina
OlynkaVega Chairperson Instituto Nacional de Ciencias Médicas y Nutrición Salvador ZubiránMexico

Session Description:
This session is designed to inform participants about the latest discoveries in the laboratory in the area of management of complications of failed kidneys. Speakers will discuss recent findings related to uremic toxins, anemia management, CKD-MBD and inflammation in advanced CKD. Emphasis will be placed on how latest laboratory discoveries could potentially be translated to innovations at the bedside.  
Learning Objectives:
Identify key uremic toxins, possible contributions of uremic toxins to adverse outcomes and potential approaches to target uremic toxins. Understand how Nobe Prize discoveries about anemia have yielded new potential therapies for management of anemia in patients with kidney diseases. Review latest discoveries in the area of CKD-MBD and forecast how these findings will impact clinical management in the future. Discuss challenges and opportunities for targetting inflammation in patients with kidney failure.

Time Session
9:00am
9:18am
Updates on Uremic Toxins
ZiadMassy Speaker ziad.massy@apr.aphp.frGlobal Medical Director, AURA, Paris France
9:18am
9:36am
Bringing Nobel Prize Winning Discoveries in Oxygen Sensing to Nephrology Clinics
Kai-UweEckardt Speaker kai-uwe.eckardt@charite.deDepartment of Nephrology and Medical Intensive CarGermany
9:36am
9:54am
A Look Forward: Clinical Implications of Translational Research in CKD-MBD
HirotakaKomaba Speaker hkomaba@tokai-u.jpTokai University School of MedicineJapan
9:54am
10:15am
Challenges and Opportunities for Translating Anti-inflammatory Therapeutics into Treatments for Patients With Kidney Failure
LauraDember Speaker ldember@pennmedicine.upenn.eduUniversity of Pennsylvania United States
10:15am
10:30am
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