KDIGO Conversations in Nephrology: Deciding When and Who Should Start Acute Dialysis - From Evidence to Bedside Practice

KDIGO Conversations in Nephrology: Deciding When and Who Should Start Acute Dialysis - From Evidence to Bedside Practice

KDIGO Conversations in Nephrology: Deciding When and Who Should Start Acute Dialysis - From Evidence to Bedside Practice
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Join host Dr. Ravi Mehta and guest Dr. Marlies Ostermann, Consultant in Critical Care and Nephrology at Guy’s & St. Thomas’ Foundation Trust in London, as they discuss the ins and outs of starting acute dialysis.

  • Overview

    In this episode, Dr. Ravi Mehta and Dr. Marlies Ostermann discuss the controversy around defining the optimal timing for starting dialysis in critically ill patients. Dr. Osterman highlights the most relevant parameters that influence when to offer, start, and stop dialysis and gives a comprehensive review of the recent trails on timing of dialysis. And finally, both presenters address the challenges managing patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    This episode is part of the KDIGO Conversations in Nephrology podcast series.
  • Provider(s)/Educational Partner(s)

    This episode is jointly provided by KDIGO and Medtelligence

  • Commercial Support

    This episode is supported by Baxter

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