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XIV Baltic Nephrology Conference

Add to calendar04-10-2018 09:2006-10-2018 09:20Europe/TallinnXIV Baltic Nephrology Conference <p>Target group: <strong>doctor, family doctor, resident, medical student</strong></p><p>Conference date:&nbsp;<b>October 4 - 6, 2018</b></p><p><a href="http://www.balticnephrology2018.eu">www.balticnephrology2018.eu</a></p><h1 align="center" style="margin-top:0cm; margin-right:0cm; margin-bottom:.0001pt; margin-left:18.0pt; text-align:center; margin:12pt 0cm 6pt"><span style="font-size:18px;">“UpToDate in Nephrology and Kidney Transplantation”</span></h1><div class="course-schedule"><h3 class="page-header">Preliminary program</h3><dl class="row schedule"><dt class="col-sm-2 date"><u>Day 1</u></dt><dd class="col-sm-10"><u><strong>4 October</strong></u><br>&nbsp;</dd><dt class="col-sm-2 date">17.00 – 18.00</dt><dd class="col-sm-10">Registration</dd><dt class="col-sm-2 date">18.00 – 18.05</dt><dd class="col-sm-10"><p>Welcome –<strong>&nbsp;K. Lilienthal, Estonia</strong></p></dd><dt class="col-sm-2 date">18.05&nbsp;– 18.45</dt><dd class="col-sm-10"><p>Opening lecture:&nbsp;50 years transplantation in Estonia and in Baltics -&nbsp;<strong>P. Dmitriev, Estonia&nbsp;</strong></p></dd><dt class="col-sm-2 date">18.45&nbsp;– 19.30</dt><dd class="col-sm-10"><p>Meet the Professor:&nbsp;<strong>Jonathan Fox</strong>&nbsp;– theme: European Nephrology Exam</p></dd><dt class="col-sm-2 date">19.30 – 22.00</dt><dd class="col-sm-10"><p>Welcome reception<br>&nbsp;</p></dd><dt class="col-sm-2 date"><u>Day 2</u></dt><dd class="col-sm-10"><u><strong>5 October</strong></u><br>&nbsp;</dd><dt class="col-sm-2 date">08.30 – 09.30</dt><dd class="col-sm-10"><p>I session:&nbsp;<strong>Transplantation outcome in Baltic centres</strong></p><ul><li>Kidney transplantation results at Vilnius University Hospital, years 2000-2017</li><li>Kidney transplantation results at Kaunas University Hospital, years 2000-2017</li><li>Kidney transplantation results at Paul Stradins Clinical University hospital, Transplantation&nbsp;centre&nbsp;years 2000-2017</li><li>Kidney transplantation results at Tartu University Hospital, years 1996-2017</li></ul></dd><dt class="col-sm-2 date">09.30 – 10.30</dt><dd class="col-sm-10"><p>II session:&nbsp;<strong>Transplantation: organization and waiting list</strong></p><ul><li>Kidney transplantation organizational developments in Estonia –&nbsp;<strong>V. Pall, Estonia</strong></li><li>Cost-effectiveness in nephrology and transplantation –&nbsp;<strong>J. Fox, United Kingdom</strong></li><li>Kidney-pancreas transplantation –&nbsp;<strong>M. Murruste, Estonia</strong></li></ul></dd><dt class="col-sm-2 date">10.30 – 11.00</dt><dd class="col-sm-10"><p>Coffee break</p></dd><dt class="col-sm-2 date">11.00 – 12.00</dt><dd class="col-sm-10"><p>III session:&nbsp;<strong>Transplantation: donor and recipient problems</strong></p><ul><li>Bone disease after kidney transplantation – long–term experience of bone biopsies results –&nbsp;<strong>S. Keronen, Finland</strong></li><li>&nbsp;Results of renal TX from living donors –<strong>&nbsp;I. Ziedina, Latvia</strong></li><li>How to expand kidney living donation: the Finnish strategy –<strong>&nbsp;F. Ortiz, Finland</strong></li></ul></dd><dt class="col-sm-2 date">12.00 – 13.00</dt><dd class="col-sm-10">Short communications session (Kidney transplantation)</dd><dt class="col-sm-2 date">13.00 – 14.00</dt><dd class="col-sm-10"><p>Lunch</p></dd><dt class="col-sm-2 date">14.05&nbsp;– 15.30</dt><dd class="col-sm-10"><p>IV Session:&nbsp;<strong>Transplantation: peri- and postoperative problems</strong></p><ul><li>&nbsp;Treatment of late ABMR? –&nbsp;<strong>G. Böhmig, Austria</strong></li><li>Transplant rejection biomarkers –&nbsp;<strong>E. Macioniene, Lithuania</strong></li></ul></dd><dt class="col-sm-2 date">15.30 – 16.00</dt><dd class="col-sm-10"><p>Coffee break</p></dd><dt class="col-sm-2 date">16.00 – 17.40</dt><dd class="col-sm-10"><p>V session:&nbsp;<strong>Transplantation: outcome</strong></p><ul><li>Outcome of kidney TX in Fabry disease –&nbsp;<strong>C. Wanner, Germany</strong></li><li>Complement as target of rejection therapy –&nbsp;<strong>G. Böhmig, Austria</strong></li><li>Novel radiological assessments in transplantation practice: ultrasound elastography promising new tool in kidney transplant recipients –<strong>&nbsp;L. Järv, Estonia&nbsp;</strong></li><li>Influence of pre-transplant dialysis vintage on repeated kidney transplantation outcomes –&nbsp;<strong>K. Gritane, Latvia</strong></li></ul></dd><dt class="col-sm-2 date">19.30 – 22.00</dt><dd class="col-sm-10"><p>Dinner at Seaplane Harbour<br>&nbsp;</p></dd><dt class="col-sm-2 date"><u>Day 3</u></dt><dd class="col-sm-10"><u><strong>6 October</strong></u><br>&nbsp;</dd><dt class="col-sm-2 date">09.00 – 10.30</dt><dd class="col-sm-10"><p>VII session:<strong>&nbsp;CKD incl TX patients long-term management</strong></p><ul><li>Cardiovascular risk factors and markers of atherosclerosis in stable kidney transplant recipients –&nbsp;<strong>A. Wiecek, Poland</strong></li><li>Impact of Renal Failure on Drug Treatment –&nbsp;<strong>K. Laine, Finland</strong></li><li>What is the optimal blood pressure in CKD patients – new evidence –&nbsp;<strong>A. Wiecek, Poland</strong></li></ul></dd><dt class="col-sm-2 date">10.30 – 10.50</dt><dd class="col-sm-10">Coffee break</dd><dt class="col-sm-2 date">10.50 – 12.40</dt><dd class="col-sm-10"><p>VIII session:&nbsp;<strong>Dialysis prescription and pts monitoring</strong></p><ul><li>Regenerative medicine in kidney: our experience in AKI –&nbsp;<strong>R. Mačiulaitis and A. Gryguc, Lithuania</strong></li><li>Prescription of RRT in patients with end stage renal disease –&nbsp;<strong>B. Vernere, Latvia</strong></li><li>Noninvasive cerebrovascular autoregulation monitoring during hemodialysis procedure –<strong>&nbsp;E. Žiginskienė, Lithuania</strong></li></ul></dd><dt class="col-sm-2 date">12.40 – 13.40</dt><dd class="col-sm-10">Lunch, adjourn</dd><dd class="col-sm-10">&nbsp;</dd><dd class="col-sm-10"><p><b>Local organizers: </b>Kadri Lilienthal, Merike Luman, Mai Rosenberg</p><p><b>Scientific committee:</b> Mai Rosenberg, Aivars Petersons, Inga Bumblyte, Marius Miglinas, Victorija Kuzema, Merike Luman</p></dd></dl></div><p><strong>Participation fees:</strong></p><p>The registration fee includes access to the scientific programme, lunch and coffee breaks during the Conference, welcome reception, Conference dinner and certificate of attendance.</p><p><strong>Online registration is open until September 30!</strong></p><p>Early registration fee until August 31st <strong>150€</strong> (incl. VAT 20%) per person</p><p>Late registration fee from September 1st until September 30 <strong>175€</strong> (incl. VAT 20%) per person</p><p>Medical students and residents <strong>75€</strong> (incl. VAT 20%) per person</p><p>Onsite registration fee for everybody <strong>200€</strong> (incl. VAT 20%) per person</p><p><strong>NB! The participation is free for the speakers.</strong></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>Participation fee refund policy:</strong></p><p>If, for any reason, you cannot attend the conference, please notify us via e-mail at the latest 7 calendar days before the event and we will return 100% of the conference fee.&nbsp;<br>We will refund 50% of the participation fee if the cancellation&nbsp;takes place 6 to 3 calendar days before the event.&nbsp;<br>Participation fee will not be refunded if the cancellation takes place more than 3 calendar days before the event. If the cancellation is not communicated in writing (e-mail to konverentsid@celsius.ee), the participation fee will not be refunded.</p>Hilton Tallinn Park (Fr. R. Kreutzwaldi 23, Tallinn)

Venue: Hilton Tallinn Park (Fr. R. Kreutzwaldi 23, Tallinn)
Date: Thu, 04. October 2018
Organiser: Estonian Society of Nephrology in cooperation with Latvian Association of Nephrology and Lithuanian Nephrology, Dialysis and Transplantation Association, Celsius Healthcare
Participation fee: 150,00€

Target group: doctor, family doctor, resident, medical student

Conference date: October 4 - 6, 2018

www.balticnephrology2018.eu

“UpToDate in Nephrology and Kidney Transplantation”

Day 1
4 October
 
17.00 – 18.00
Registration
18.00 – 18.05

Welcome – K. Lilienthal, Estonia

18.05 – 18.45

Opening lecture: 50 years transplantation in Estonia and in Baltics - P. Dmitriev, Estonia 

18.45 – 19.30

Meet the Professor: Jonathan Fox – theme: European Nephrology Exam

19.30 – 22.00

Welcome reception
 

Day 2
5 October
 
08.30 – 09.30

I session: Transplantation outcome in Baltic centres

  • Kidney transplantation results at Vilnius University Hospital, years 2000-2017
  • Kidney transplantation results at Kaunas University Hospital, years 2000-2017
  • Kidney transplantation results at Paul Stradins Clinical University hospital, Transplantation centre years 2000-2017
  • Kidney transplantation results at Tartu University Hospital, years 1996-2017
09.30 – 10.30

II session: Transplantation: organization and waiting list

  • Kidney transplantation organizational developments in Estonia – V. Pall, Estonia
  • Cost-effectiveness in nephrology and transplantation – J. Fox, United Kingdom
  • Kidney-pancreas transplantation – M. Murruste, Estonia
10.30 – 11.00

Coffee break

11.00 – 12.00

III session: Transplantation: donor and recipient problems

  • Bone disease after kidney transplantation – long–term experience of bone biopsies results – S. Keronen, Finland
  •  Results of renal TX from living donors – I. Ziedina, Latvia
  • How to expand kidney living donation: the Finnish strategy – F. Ortiz, Finland
12.00 – 13.00
Short communications session (Kidney transplantation)
13.00 – 14.00

Lunch

14.05 – 15.30

IV Session: Transplantation: peri- and postoperative problems

  •  Treatment of late ABMR? – G. Böhmig, Austria
  • Transplant rejection biomarkers – E. Macioniene, Lithuania
15.30 – 16.00

Coffee break

16.00 – 17.40

V session: Transplantation: outcome

  • Outcome of kidney TX in Fabry disease – C. Wanner, Germany
  • Complement as target of rejection therapy – G. Böhmig, Austria
  • Novel radiological assessments in transplantation practice: ultrasound elastography promising new tool in kidney transplant recipients – L. Järv, Estonia 
  • Influence of pre-transplant dialysis vintage on repeated kidney transplantation outcomes – K. Gritane, Latvia
19.30 – 22.00

Dinner at Seaplane Harbour
 

Day 3
6 October
 
09.00 – 10.30

VII session: CKD incl TX patients long-term management

  • Cardiovascular risk factors and markers of atherosclerosis in stable kidney transplant recipients – A. Wiecek, Poland
  • Impact of Renal Failure on Drug Treatment – K. Laine, Finland
  • What is the optimal blood pressure in CKD patients – new evidence – A. Wiecek, Poland
10.30 – 10.50
Coffee break
10.50 – 12.40

VIII session: Dialysis prescription and pts monitoring

  • Regenerative medicine in kidney: our experience in AKI – R. Mačiulaitis and A. Gryguc, Lithuania
  • Prescription of RRT in patients with end stage renal disease – B. Vernere, Latvia
  • Noninvasive cerebrovascular autoregulation monitoring during hemodialysis procedure – E. Žiginskienė, Lithuania
12.40 – 13.40
Lunch, adjourn
 

Local organizers: Kadri Lilienthal, Merike Luman, Mai Rosenberg

Scientific committee: Mai Rosenberg, Aivars Petersons, Inga Bumblyte, Marius Miglinas, Victorija Kuzema, Merike Luman

Participation fees:

The registration fee includes access to the scientific programme, lunch and coffee breaks during the Conference, welcome reception, Conference dinner and certificate of attendance.

Online registration is open until September 30!

Early registration fee until August 31st 150€ (incl. VAT 20%) per person

Late registration fee from September 1st until September 30 175€ (incl. VAT 20%) per person

Medical students and residents 75€ (incl. VAT 20%) per person

Onsite registration fee for everybody 200€ (incl. VAT 20%) per person

NB! The participation is free for the speakers.

 

Participation fee refund policy:

If, for any reason, you cannot attend the conference, please notify us via e-mail at the latest 7 calendar days before the event and we will return 100% of the conference fee. 
We will refund 50% of the participation fee if the cancellation takes place 6 to 3 calendar days before the event. 
Participation fee will not be refunded if the cancellation takes place more than 3 calendar days before the event. If the cancellation is not communicated in writing (e-mail to konverentsid@celsius.ee), the participation fee will not be refunded.

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