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Clinical Relevance of Abstruse Transport Phenomena in Hemodialysis Webinar

Haemodialysis (HD) utilizes the bidirectional properties of semipermeable membranes to remove uraemic toxins from blood while simultaneously replenishing electrolytes and buffers to correct metabolic acidosis.…

ECMO Access and Cannulation Configuration Case Studies

Using an engaging case-based format and drawing on the clinical expertise of our faculty and the latest clinical evidence, this roundtable discussion has been developed…

Multitargeted Interventions to Reduce Dialysis-Induced Systemic Stress

Hemodialysis (HD) is a life-sustaining therapy as well as an intermittent and repetitive stress condition for the patient. In ridding the blood of unwanted substances…

Hemoincompatibility in Hemodialysis Alleviating Inflammation and Anticoagulation

Blood-incompatibility or haemo-incompatibility is an inevitability of all blood-contacting device applications and therapies, including haemodialysis. While anticoagulation successfully prevents clotting within the extracorporeal circuit to…

Identifying and Overcoming Barriers to Access to Transplantation

This roundtable webinar will feature a discussion of how to identify and overcome barriers in access to transplantation. In this program, we will highlight insights…

Clinical Considerations for the Septic Patient with Acute Kidney Injury

Approximately half of new-onset cases of acute kidney injury in the intensive care unit are due to sepsis. These patients face high rates of mortality…

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