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Acid-Base and Sodium Disorders
University of Minnesota
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Conflict of Interest Information
The University of Minnesota Office of Continuing Medical Education has a conflict of interest policy that requires course faculty to disclose whether or not they have financial interests or affiliations with organizations with a direct and substantial interest in the subject matter of their presentations. The following information was received from course faculty for "ASN 1998 Board Review Course" September, 1998, San Francisco, CA.
It is not assumed that these financial interests or affiliations will have an adverse impact on faculty presentations. They simply are noted here to fully inform course participants.
Carlos Ayus, MD : No conflicts relevant to the material being presented.
Tomas Berl, MD: No conflicts relevant to the material being presented.
Thomas D. Dubose, Jr., MD : No conflicts relevant to the material presented.
Robert G. Narins, MD : No conflicts relevant to the material presented.
One of the educational goals of continuing medical education is the free discussion of reasonable treatment options, which sometimes include nonindicated uses for some medications. This symposium may contain such discussions, when warranted by research results and clinical experience. Generally, speakers will indicate when the uses they are suggesting are off-label.
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