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ASN Critical Care Nephrology – 2022 Update (On-Demand and Livestream)

26 Videos
File Size = 4.08 GB


Designed for trainees, practicing nephrologists, and other nephrology providers who care for critically ill patients with kidney diseases, this program reviews principles of critical care nephrology and provides updates on the latest developments. Presentations review topics in critical care medicine relevant to nephrology providers, which include hemodynamic monitoring and support; fluid optimization; extracorporeal techniques for sepsis; ethical issues; and management of dysnatremias, acute respiratory distress syndrome, and COVID-19.
Presentations also focus on management of critically ill patients with AKI, including such specific populations as patients who are pregnant and those with liver disease, heart failure, or cancer. In addition, the program covers the short- and long-term outcomes of AKI, how to manage patients with AKI and persistent dialysis needs, and key considerations when prescribing RRT. Many presentations use instructive cases.
Course Objective(s)
Upon completion of the program, the participant will be able to:
1) describe evidence-based approaches to the management of shock
2) synthesize the diagnosis and management of AKI in specific populations, including patients with cardiorenal syndrome, liver disease, pregnancy, hypertensive emergencies, and cancer
3) discuss the current management of COVID-19 infection in the ICU setting
4) analyze the current evidence for the clinical use of biomarkers for AKI
5) discuss the current evidence for extracorporeal techniques for sepsis
6) describe the long-term complications for patients who survive an episode of AKI
7) evaluate the most appropriate dose and prescription of RRT for critically ill patients with AKI.
On Demand 

A Practical Approach to Vasopressors and Inotropes in Shock
Michael J. Connor, MD

Fluids as Drugs
Ravindra L. Mehta, MBBS, MD, FASN

Monitoring Devices in Prediction of Fluid Responsiveness in Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock
J. Pedro Teixeira, MD

Biomarkers for AKI
Dennis G. Moledina, MD, PhD, FASN

Assessment of Point-of-Care Ultrasound Use in the Critical Care Unit
Abhilash Koratala, MD, FASN

Diagnosis and Management of Dysnatremias in the ICU: A Case-Based Approach
Javier A. Neyra, MD, MS, FASN

Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome and Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation Therapy: A Primer for Nephrology Providers
Ankur Srivastava, MD

Ethics: When Can You Say No?
Holly M. Koncicki, MD, MS

Update on COVID-19 in Critically Ill Patients
Amanda Dijanic Zeidman, MA, MD

AKI in Liver Disease
Luis A. Juncos, MD, FASN

Cardiorenal Syndrome
Janani Rangaswami, MD

Year in Review: Critical Care
Kathleen D. Liu, MD, PhD, FASN

Case-Based Approach to Patients with AKI and Hypertensive Emergencies
Pedram Fatehi, MD, MPH

AKI and Cancer
Anushree C. Shirali, MD

AKI in Pregnant Patients: What Practitioners Need to Know
Jessica Sheehan Tangren, MD, MPH, FASN

Long-Term AKI Outcomes and Follow-Up
Edward D. Siew, MD, MS

Management of Outpatients with AKI Requiring RRT
Michael Heung, MD, MS, FASN

Timing of RRT in AKI
Jay L. Koyner, MD

Dosing and Modality of RRT
Paul M. Palevsky, MD, FASN

Using Prolonged Intermittent RRT in the ICU: When and How to Prescribe It
Anitha Vijayan, MD, FASN

Evidence for Extracorporeal Purification Techniques for Sepsis
Amanda Dijanic Zeidman, MA, MD

Drug Dosing in AKI, Including the Impact of RRT
Linda Awdishu, PharmD, FASN

Advanced CRRT Practices: A Case-Based Approach
Ashita J. Tolwani, MD, MS, MSc


Welcome and Introduction – Co-Chairs
02:00 PM EDT – 02:05 PM EDT

Balanced Solutions Should Be the Fluid of First Choice in Critical Care Units – PRO
02:05 PM EDT – 02:40 PM EDT
Michael J. Connor, MD

Balanced Solutions Should Be the Fluid of First Choice in Critical Care Units – CON
02:40 PM EDT – 03:15 PM EDT
Luis A. Juncos, MD, FASN

03:15 PM EDT – 03:25 PM EDT

Closing Remarks – Co-Chairs
03:25 PM EDT – 03:30 PM EDT