AKI Webinars & Symposiums

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ICS Education: Acute Kidney Injury - What is on the horizon?

Join the Intensive Care Society on a webinar that focuses on AKI and the role of AKI biomarkers in clinical practice.

This webinar is supported by an educational grant from bioMérieux.


The Use of Biomarkers in the Management of AKI: AKI in the Critically ill

This webinar features 2 speakers. Prof. Lui G. Forni (Consultant Intensivist & Nephrologist from Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, UK), lays the foundation of the importance of using biomarkers in the management of AKI in the critically ill. Dr. Daniel Engelman (Cardiac Surgeon from Baystate Medical Center, USA) discusses how biomarkers play a role in preventing cardiac surgery-associated AKI.

This webinar held on November 30, 2020 was supported by an educational grant from bioMérieux and Ortho Clinical Diagnostics.


Prevention of AKI: How Biomarkers can help

Prof. Alex Zarbock, (Anesthesiologist from University Hospital of Muenster) describes the implementation of the KDIGO bundle which could reduce the incidence of AKI in high-risk surgical patients.

This webinar held on September 20, 2020 was supported by bioMérieux.  



The KDIGO (Kidney Disease: Improving Global Outcomes) AKI & COVID-19 webinar held in September 2020, featuring Prof. John Kellum from University of Pittsburgh, USA and Dr. John Prowle from Queen Mary University in London, UK, examines the complexity of treating AKI in the context of SARS-CoV-2 infection.

This webinar was supported by an educational grant from bioMérieux.




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