Hemodialysis University™ 2013-2014

International Society for Hemodialysis
Shangai, China. 31 Mar - 1 Apr, 2013
Part 9. Scientific Program  
Blood Pressure on Dialysis: Salt volume, RRF and beyond
Madhukar Misra, MD
Complications on HD: A primer
Andrew Davenport , MD
Closing Ceremony
Drs. Misra and Ding
Part 8. Scientific Program  
The Artificial wearable Kidney: Status
Victor Gura, MD
Infection control in the Hemodialysis Unit
Victor Gura, MD
Anemia in Hemodialysis Patients
Hung-Chun Chen, MD
Part 7. Scientific Program  
When to initiate Dialysis: Early or Late and Why?
Bernard Canaud, MD
Timing and dose of RRT in Acute Kidney Injury
Mark R Marshall, MD
Part 6. Scientific Program  
Hepatitis in hemodialysis patients
Chiu-Chin Huang, MD
Immune dysfunction in HD patients
Sang Kyung Jo, MD
Part 5. Scientific Program  
Choice in Dialysis Modality
Xueqing Yu MD
RRT in Acute Kidney Injury: A comparative overview of available therapies
Mark R Marshall, MD
Part 4. Scientific Program  
Uremic Toxins: Overview and Update
Xiao Quang Ding, MD
Maximizing the benefits of HD: More long or more frequent?
Peter G. Kerr, MD
Application and Clinical Effects of CDDS in Japan
Noritomo Itami, MD
Part 3. Scientific Program  
Basics of Water Quality in the Hemodialysis Unit
Peter G. Kerr, MD
Hemodialysis Adequacy in 2013
Bernard Canaud, MD
Taming the Beast: Chronic Hemodialysis Catheter
Aris Q Urbanes, MD
Part 2. Scientific Program  
Dialysate Sodium in HD: What is important to know?
Andrew Davenport MD
Dialyzer Membrane Permeability: Effect on Cardiovascular Outcome
Philip Li, MD
Getting it right: Planning, Monitoring, and Maintaining the Dialysis AVF
Aris Q Urbanes, MD
Part 1. Opening Ceremony and Keynote Lectures  
Hemodialysis University, Shanghai Update: Opening Ceremony
Madhukar Misra, MD
Prof. Liao’s Lifetime Achievement Award
Madhukar Misra, MD
Essentials of a HD machine: What does a does a nephrologist need to know?
Madhukar Misra, MD
Dialysis in China: Current status and Challenge
Cai Guangyan, MD

Access to these talks is free of charge, but registration for the free zone of HDCN is required.

Madhukar Misra MD (Course Co-Director)
Professor of Medicine
University of Missouri Columbia
School of Medicine. Columbia, MO

Ding Xiaoqiang, MD, PhD (Course Co-Director)
President, Shanghai Society of Nephrology
Chief, Department of Nephrology
Zhongshan Hospital, Fudan University

Guang-yan Cai , MD
Department of Nephrology
State Key Laboratory of Kidney Diseases
Chinese PLA General Hospital, Beijing

Andrew Davenport, MD
UCL Centre for Nephrology
Royal Free Hospital
University College London Medical School

Philip K.T. Li, MD
Chief of Nephrology & Consultant
Department of Medicine and Therapeutics
Prince of Wales Hospital, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Aris Q Urbanes, MD
Vice President Provider Relations
Lifeline Vascular Access

Peter G Kerr , MD
Nephrology Editor-in-Chief
Department of Nephrology, Monash Medical Centre
University of Melbourne, Clayton, Victoria

Bernard Canaud, MD
Montpellier University School of Medicine
Lapeyronie Hospital
Montpellier, France

Ding, Xiao-Qiang, MD
Chief, Department of Nephrology
Zhongshan Hospital Fudan University

Noritomo Itami MD
Director , Kidney Center
Nikko Memorial Hospital
Muroran, Japan

Xue-qing Yu MD
Vice President, Department of Nephrology
The First Affiliated Hospital
Sun Yat-sen University
Guangzhou, China

Mark R Marshall, MD
Associate Professor
South Auckland Clinical School
University of Auckland
Auckland, New Zealand

Chiu-Ching Huang, MD
Vice Superintendent
China Medical University Hospital

Sang Kyung Jo, MD
Division of Nephrology
Department of Internal Medicine
Korea University Medical College
Seoul, Korea

Victor Gura, MD
Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine
Cedars Sinai Medical Center
Los Angeles, USA

Hung-Chun Chen, MD, PhD
Department of Internal Medicine
Division of Nephrology
Kaohsiung Medical University, Taiwan

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Program Overview
Target Audience
This program is intended for endocrinologists, nephrologists, general internal medicine, and other physicians and health care providers who treat patients with diabetes and kidney disease, including nephrology nurses and dialysis technicians.

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Off-label/lnvestigational Use
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