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  • 1. Dear Colleague,I would like to invite you to join us for the upcoming 18th International Conference on ContinuousRenal Replacement Therapies.The CRRT Conference continues to provide a comprehensive coverage of the rapidly developing fieldof Critical Care Nephrology and CRRT. It highlights the recent advances in our understanding ofpathophysiology of critical illness, acute kidney injury, emerging strategies in the management of sepsis,multiorgan failure, development and use of biomarkers, technical advances in CRRT and the appropriateutilization of these techniques. This years program presents exciting new developments and evidencefor hemodynamic monitoring, fluid management, dialysis timing, and extracorporeal support forcritically ill patients. A mix of invited lectures, pro-con debates, interactive workshops, tutorials,poster sessions and panel discussions are planned to continue the tradition of multidisciplinary interactions.Again this year we are offering a Pre-Conference AKI Symposium titled: “Changing Paradigmsin Acute Kidney Injury: From Mechanism to Management”. The workshop will provide acomprehensive review of the most recent developments in the field. Topics include, mechanisms,pathways of AKI and its effects on other organs, biomarkers and their applications and the findingsfrom the recent clinical trials. We hope that this course will provide participants an opportunity tointeract with experts in the field and emerge with a better understanding of this rapidly evolving area.2013 Conference Topic Highlights:• Meet The Expert Sessions Interact and Learn from Experts on How to Evaluate and Manage ICU Patients with Difficult Clinical Problems.• Organ Dysfunction in the Critically Ill Patient Emerging Concepts in Organ Cross-talk, Sepsis, Microcirculation & Oxidative Stress, Infections• Raising Awareness of Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) Pathophysiology, Microcirculation, Mechanisms of Injury and Repair, Biomarkers Targets for Early Intervention, Risk Assessment, Early Recognition and Response, Long Term Outcomes• Controversies in Management of the Critically Ill Patient Fluid Management, Risk Stratification, Non-Invasive Monitoring, Blood gas and Electrolyte Disorders, End-Of Life Care• Challenges and Controversies in Renal Support & CRRT When to Start and Stop, What Dose of Dialysis, Fluid Management, Type of Anticoagulant, Pharmacokinetics of Antimicrobials, Nutritional Support, Quality Measures, New Techniques, Acid Base Problems, Intradialytic Hypotension• Biomarkers for Management of Critically Ill Patients Risk Stratification, Surveillance, Diagnosis, Targeted Intervention and Prognosis• Special Sessions for Nurses and Allied Personnel Competency Assessment, Ethical Dilemmas and End of Life Care• Special Pre Conference Sympoisum and Workshops Fundamentals of CRRT, Emerging Research in AKI, Hands On training for CRRT Devices, Pediatric Hands-On Workshop, Hemodynamic MonitoringA special focus this year is on rasing awareness of AKI worldwide to correspond with the theme forWorld Kidney Day. A dedicated plenary session and a workshop will explore the dimension of theproblem and offer tools to educate caregivers, patients about this devastating illness.As always, we hope to provide the right environment to foster learning and mutually beneficial com-munications and collaborations. We hope that you will join us to share your knowledge and experienceas it is through multidisciplinary interactions that we will gain a better understanding of criticalillness and it is only through our collective efforts that we will improve the lives of our patients.We look forward to welcoming you to San Diego for the eighteenth time.Ravindra L Mehta, MBBS MD DM FACP FRCP(UK)Chairman, Organizing Committee
  • 2. EIGHTEENTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CONTINUOUS RENAL REPLACEMENT THERAPIES CRRT 2013 Endorsed by The International Society of Nephrology Acute Kidney Injury Network ORGANIZING COMMITTEE (partial list) CHAIRMAN Ravindra L. Mehta, MBBS, MD, DM, FACP, FRCP(UK) USA SOUTH AMERICA Steven R. Alexander, MD Emmanuel Burdmann, MD, PhD Linda Awdishu, PharmD EUROPE Jorge Cerda, MD, FACP, FASN Andrew Davenport, MD, FRCP Stuart Goldstein, MD Patrick Honore, MD Thomas A. Golper, MD Claudio Ronco, MD John Kellum, MD Miet Schetz, MD, PhD Eileen Lischer, MA, BSN, RN, CNN Bruce Mueller, PharmD, FCCP JAPAN Hiroyuki Hirasawa, MD, PhD Emil P. Paganini, MD, FACP, FRCP Kazo Kaizu, MD David M. Ward, MD, FRCP CANADA INDIA Noel Gibney, MD Rajasekara Chakravarthi, MD, DNB IMPORTANT CONFERENCE DATESAbstract Submission (see page 7) OpenOnline Registration Begins November 1, 2012Deadline for Receipt of Abstracts (see page 7) December 7, 2012Notification of Abstract Acceptance January 8, 2013Postmark/Online Deadline for Early Bird Registration January 4, 2013Hotel Reservation Deadline January 21, 2013On-site Registration Fees Begin February 8, 2013Poster Mounting and Viewing February 12, 2013Conference and Standard Workshop Sessions February 12 - 15 2013Pre-Conference AKI Workshop (Tuesday) - PW1 (see page 4) February 12, 2013Elective Workshops (Tuesday) - HW1& HW2, HW3 & HW4 (see page 4) February 12, 2013 1
  • 3. FACULTY (As of Oct. 25, 2012)Anupam Agarwal, MD DM Geoffrey Fleming, MD William Macias, MD, PhDUniv of Alabama Monroe Carell Jr Childrens Hospital Eli Lilly and CompanyBirmingham AL USA Nashville, TN USA Indianapolis, IN USASteven R. Alexander, MD Noel Gibney, MD Alan Maisel, MDStanford University Medical Center University of Alberta University of California, San DiegoStanford, CA USA Edmonton, AB CANADA San Diego, CA USAAmelia Allsteadt, BSN RN CNN Robert Gish, MD Peter McCullough, MDTexas Childrens Hospital University of California, San Diego Providence Park Heart InstituteRichmond, TX USA San Diego, CA USA Novi, MI USADavid Askenazi, MD Stuart L. Goldstein, MD Ravindra L. Mehta, MD FACPChildrens Hospital University of Cincinnati College of Medicine University of California, San DiegoBirmingham, AL USA Cincinnati, OH USA San Diego, CA USASaima Aslam, MD Thomas A. Golper, MD Bruce Molitoris, MDUniversity of California, San Diego Vanderbilt University Medical Center University of IndianaSan Diego, CA USA Nashville, TN USA Indianapolis, IN USALinda Awdishu, MD Patricia Graham, MS RN CCRN CS Bruce A. Mueller, PharmD FCCPUniversity of California, San Diego UCSD Medical Center University of Michigan, University HospitalSan Diego, CA USA San Diego, CA USA Ann Arbor, MI USASean M Bagshaw, MD MSc FRCPC Hiroyuki Hirasawa, MD Mark Okusa, MDUniversity of Alberta Chiba University Graduate School of Medicine University of VirginiaEdmonton, CANADA Chiba JAPAN Charlottesville, VA USAJosee Bouchard, MD Patrick M. Honoré, MD Emil P. Paganini, MD FACP FRCPUniversity of Montreal ICU Consultant Cleveland Clinic FoundationMontreal, Quebec CANADA Leuven, BELGIUM Chesterland, OH USACheryl Baker, BSN RN Can Ince, PhD Claudio Ronco, MDTexas Childrens Hospital University of Amsterdam St. Bortolo HospitalHouston, TX USA Amsterdam, The NETHERLANDs Vicenza ITALYEmmanuel Burdmann, MD PhD Rajiv Jalan, MD, PhD Mitchell H. Rosner, MD FACPUniversity of São Paulo University College London University of Virginia Health SystemSão Paulo BRAZIL London, UK Charlottesville, VA USAJorge Cerda, MD FACP FASN Luis Juncos, MD Miet Schetz, MD, PhDAlbany Medical College & Capital District Renal Physicians University of Mississippi University Hospital GasthuisbergAlbany, NY USA Jackson, MS USA Leuven BELGIUMLakhmir S. Chawla, MD Kazou Kaizu, MD Andrew D. Shaw, MD FRCA FCCMGeorge Washington University Medical Center Yokohama Chuo Hospital Duke UniversityWashington DC USA Yokohama JAPAN Durham, NC USAWilliam R. Clark, MD Kianoush Kashani, MD Jordan Symons, MDIndiana University School of Medicine Mayo Clinic Seattle Childrens HospitalIndianapolis, IN USA Rochester, MN USA Seattle, WA USARolando Claure, MD John A. Kellum, MD Ashita Tolwani, MDUCSD Medical Center University of Pittsburgh University of Alabama at BirminghamSan Diego, CA USA Pittsburgh, PA USA Birmingham, AL USADinna Cruz, MD, MPH Andrew Lewington, MD David Ward, MDSan Bortolo Hospital Leeds Teaching Hospitals, NHS Trust University of California, San DiegoVicenza, VI ITALY Leeds UK San Diego, CA USAHelen Currier, BSN RN CNN Eileen Lischer, MA BSN RN CNN Martin Westphal, MD, PhDTexas Childrens Hospital UCSD Medical Center University Hospital of MuensterHouston, TX USA San Diego, CA USA Muenster, GERMANYAndrew Davenport, MD FRCP Etienne Macedo, MD Michael Zappitelli, MD MSc.Royal Free Hospital University of São Paulo Montreal, CANADALondon, ENGLAND (UK) São Paulo BRAZILFACULTY DISCLOSURE STATEMENTIt is the policy of the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine to ensure balance, independence, objectivity and scientificrigor. All persons involved in the selection, development and presentation of content are required to disclose any real or apparent conflictsof interest. All conflicts of interest will be resolved prior to an educational activity being delivered to learners through one of the follow-ing mechanisms 1) altering the financial relationship with the commercial interest, 2) altering the individual’s control over CME contentabout the products or services of the commercial interest, and/or 3) validating the activity content through independent peer review. Allpersons are also required to disclose any discussions of off label/unapproved uses of drugs or devices. Persons who refuse or fail to dis-close are disqualified from participating in the CME activity. Participants will be asked to evaluate whether the speaker’s outside interestsreflect a possible bias in the planning or presentation of the activity. This information is used to plan future activities. 2
  • 4. GENERAL INFORMATIONVisit the conference website for the most current program information, abstractsubmission, online registration and online hotel reservations. www.crrtonline.comCONFERENCE DATES AND LOCATIONThe inclusive dates for all scientific sessions of the EIGHTEENTH INTERNATIONALCONFERENCE ON RENAL REPLACEMENT THERAPIES (CRRT 2013) are February12-15, 2013. There will be elective workshops held on Tuesday, February 12. The Conference willbe held at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront, 1 Park Boulevard, San Diego, California, USA 92101,Tel: 1-619-564-3333, Fax: 1-619-564-3344. Online Reservations are available directly with thehotel. Please use the Hotel Reservations link on the conference website for reservations and moreinformation about the hotel. Group reservations of 5 or more hotel rooms need to contact the con-ference administration directly at 858-272-1018.REGISTRATION INFORMATIONPlease visit our website to register (online registration required), worksheet provided on page 16.All participants must register and pay the appropriate fee. Fee includes access to all PlenarySessions, Standard Workshops, Exhibit Area, Welcome Reception & Poster Sessions (Tue.),Exhibit Reception (Wed.), CME Accreditation, Conference Syllabus on digital media, TwoLunches (Wed. & Thur.), Continental Breakfasts (Thur. & Fri.) and all conference coffee breaks.Conference Registration Fee DOES NOT include Elective Workshops on Tuesday. (see page 4 forlist). Poster Viewing will begin on Tuesday evening February 12, 2013. Registration will begin onthe evening of Monday, February 11, 2013. For additional registration times see the program.REGISTRATION FEES Early Bird Pre-Registration On-Site Registration On or before Jan. 7, 2013 thru Feb. 10 thru Jan. 6, 2013 Feb. 9, 2013 Feb. 15, 2013Physicians/Other (MD, PhD, etc.) $ 675 $ 740 $ 795With Multimedia Package $ 875 $ 940 $ 995Nurses/Dieticians/Pharmacists/Residents*/Fellows* $ 480 $ 550 $ 595With Multimedia Package $ 680 $ 750 $ 795Industry $ 675 $ 740 $ 795With Multimedia Package $ 875 $ 940 $ 995*with letter of verification from department headONLINE MULTIMEDIA PRESENTATIONS $200 (with registration)Again in 2013 we will capture PLENARY SESSIONS and selected STANDARD WORK-SHOPS for post-conference viewing online. Add this package to your registration to reviewpresentations in a state-of-the-art format that includes streaming audio and video, and synchro-nized slides. Make this purchase when registering for the conference online and SAVE signifi-cantly over post-conference purchase of individual plenary sessions and workshops. Please visitthe conference website for details regarding the presentation list, free demo lecture and purchasedetails. AKI Pre Conference Symposium & Fundamentals Workshops also available!GUEST FEE $185Includes: Access to Exhibit Area, Welcome Reception (Tuesday), Exhibit Reception (Wednesday) and twoLunches (Wednesday & Thursday). Guests are not admitted to the General Sessions or Workshops. General Information continues on following page 3
  • 5. ELECTIVES (CME Available)PRE-CONFERENCE AKI SYMPOSIUMSponsored by UAB/UCSD O’Brien Center for AKI ResearchTUESDAY - Full Day (limited enrollment, see page 8 for schedule) $260*A full online mulitmedia review of this symposium is available to attendees for an additional $125See website for details! CRRT Conference Attendance is NOT Required for this Symposium*PW1: Changing Paradigms in Acute Kidney Injury: From Mechanisms to ManagementTuesday, February 12 8:00am-5:30pm (includes lunch, AM & PM breaks)Acute Kidney Injury is a rapidly evolving area where several advances have been made in understanding themechanisms and pathways of AKI and its effects on other organs. Recent identification of biomarkers hasprovided new tools and techniques to characterize this disorder, This pre-course will provide a comprehensivereview of the most recent developments in the field and describe emerging knowledge from basic andtranslational research applicable to clinical care.* A $30 discount will be given to attendees that register for the CRRT Conference. To receive the discount you mustsign up for this symposium at the same time you register for the conference (valid for full price registrations only.)CONFERENCE ELECTIVE WORKSHOPSTUESDAY - Full Day Elective Workshop (limited enrollment, see page 9 for schedule) $185A full online mulitmedia review of this workshop is available to attendees for an additional $125See website for details!HW1: Fundamentals of CRRT8:00am-5:30pm (includes 12:30 lunch, AM & PM breaks)This workshop offers an introduction to CRRT techniques and is developed to provide a core set of informationon the principles and practice of CRRT. This workshop will cover the components and basic principles ofcontinuous renal replacement therapy. The operating characteristics of CRRT techniques for solute and fluidmanagement, drug management will be discussed along with the potential applications of these techniques.Requirements for developing a successful CRRT program and selecting machines will also be described.___________________________________________________________________________TUESDAY - Half Day Elective Workshops (limited enrollment) $12010:30am-3:30pm (both include 12:30 lunch)HW2: Pediatric Hands-On WorkshopThis workshop will focus upon the practical aspects of care including clinical program development, discussionof various models of ICU and Nephrology medical nursing care and hands on machine setup and operation.HW3: Hemodynamic Monitoring and Use of DrugsCritically ill Patients require frequent assessments and monitoring of hemodynamic and respiratory parameters tooptimize stability and guide ventilator support. Several techniques are now available and utilized to managepatients including devices to assess the microcirculation, volume responsiveness and cardiac performance. Thisworkshop will cover the principles and strategies for hemodynamic and microcirculatory monitoring in criticallyill patients. CONFERENCE CANCELLATION POLICY If your registration must be cancelled, your fee, less $100 U.S. for administrative costs, will be refunded upon your written request. No refunds will be made after January 12, 2013. Allow 6-8 weeks for refund. CONFERENCE OFFICE / INFORMATION RES Seminars. Phone: 858-272-1018 Conference Website: 4425 Cass Street, Suite A Fax: 858-272-7687 www.crrtonline.com San Diego, CA 92109 USA Email: res@crrtonline.com 4
  • 6. INDUSTRY EVENTS (Non-CME) CME CREDITS DO NOT APPLYINDUSTRY WORKSHOP Runs concurrently with PW1, HW1, HW2 & HW3TUESDAY - Half Day Elective Workshop (limited enrollment) $12010:30am-3:30pm (includes 12:30 lunch)IND1: GAMBRO Hands-On Physician’s Workshop: Practical CRRT - The Nuts and BoltsThrough case studies, lecture and Prismaflex System hands-on practice, this workshop will provide prac-tical approaches to prescribing and delivering CRRT with Gambro’s leading CRRT system.INDUSTRY LUNCHEONSHosted by Conference - RSVP required, selection made during registration process.WEDNESDAY, February 13 11:45am-1:00pm (see page 12 for descriptions) GAMBRO Symposium Luncheon - Does CRRT Improve Renal Recovery? ALEXION Symposium Luncheon - Advances in the Diagnosis and Management of Systemic and Progressive TMAs ALERE Focus Group Luncheon - Rethinking AKI: The Importance of Subclinical InjuryTHURSDAY, February 14 12:40pm-2:00pm (see page 14 for description) ASTUTE - New AKI Biomarkers, a Revolution in Risk Assessment ACTIVITIESSOCIAL ACTIVITIESWelcome Reception and Poster Review Tuesday, February 12, 2013 6:00pm-7:30pmAll attendees are invited to review the CRRT poster presentations including fellows in training and meetthe presenters and faculty. This is a great opportunity to pick-up credentials, register on-site, organize yourworkshops and prepare for the upcoming CRRT meeting. Light appetizers & refreshments will be served.Exhibit Reception and Poster Session Wednesday, February 15, 2013 6:15pm-7:30pmMeet and interact with the CRRT poster presenters while you review the latest in equipment and productsin the exhibit area. This is a great opportunity to network and meet your colleagues. Light appetizers &refreshments will be served.TOURSThe San Diego Gaslamp, Balboa Park & Coronado Tour Adult/Child: $85.00Includes Round-trip transportation, semi-private tour and guide.Wednesday, February 13, 2013 9:00 AM- 12:00 PMJoin us on this fantastic driving tour of America’s Finest City! You will be transported throughout theloveliest and most renowned parts of our city. This comprehensive sightseeing tour includes the charmingCoronado Island, historic Gaslamp Quarter, and the artistic and cultural Balboa park.Let us show you why this spectacular city beckons Californians and travelers from far abroad alike to sinktheir toes into sand and their souls into the fabric of this vibrant place. We look forward to having you asour guests and showing off our beautiful city to you with the utmost style and class.USS Midway Tour Adults: $40.00 Children ages 6-17: $32.00Thursday, February 14, 2013 9:45 AM- 12:15 PMEnjoy one of San Diegos most visited attractions. With over 40 different stops around the Midway- see,hear, and experience what it would have been like to be a part of the crew. Take pleasure in a simulatedflight on a World War II strike fighter. The USS Midway is also home to some of the most meticulouslyrestored aircraft and helicopters. We invite you to literally climb inside the history of the Midway!Tours are based on availability and subject to change. 5
  • 7. ABSTRACT INFORMATION DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF ABSTRACTS: December 7, 2012 Abstract Submission Via Our Website is Required: www.crrtonline.comGENERAL INFORMATION1. The abstract must be written in English.2. Deadline: abstracts MUST BE RECEIVED no later than December 7, 2012.3. Online abstract submissions are required. See website for details: www.crrtonline.com4. Presenting authors must pay the registration fee and attend the meeting. Authors of accepted abstracts are not provided with travel funds.5. All accepted abstracts will be published and distributed electronically in the CRRT Conference Syllabus. Hardcopy syllabus booklets will be available for purchase during the conference. Abstracts and digital posters (if submitted) will also be published online at: www.crrtonline.com6. Notification of acceptance will be mailed by January 8, 2013.7. Selected abstracts will be eligible for digital poster discussions with experts on Tuesday Feb. 13 evening from 630-8:00pm. Details will be provided on website.CONTENT OF THE ABSTRACT1. Abstracts are limited to 2500 characters. Please see sample on website: www.crrtonline.com/conference/2. Abstract Body: purpose of the study, methods used, summary of the results and conclusion reached.3. Author list is limited to 10.4. References and credits MUST NOT be included in the abstract.5. Simple tables, figures and graphs may be included, but avoid the use of special characters.6. Formulas should be avoided.7. Use standard abbreviations in parentheses after the full word appears the first time.8. Please indicate the subject category your abstract most closely represents: a) Epidemiology and Outcomes from AKI, b) Research in AKI (Basic, translational, clinical including clinical trials), c) RRT Technique Characteristics, d) RRT Applications and Targeted Interventions, e) New Technology, f) RRT Research, g) Nursing Issues (education, training, care delivery)9. Abstracts will be published as submitted. Proof and edit your submission accordingly.TRAVEL AND REGISTRATION AWARDS FOR FELLOWS IN TRAINING.Fellows in an accredited training program who submit a poster abstract to be presented at the CRRTConference are eligible to apply for Registration and Travel Awards for the conference. Awards will bebased on the quality and relevance of the research as judged by the abstract review committee.Awards will be provided based on availability of funds. The top three abstracts will be recognized.Award recipients are required to be present at their poster session on Tues. Feb. 12 and Wed. Feb. 13.1. Registration Awards - Conference Registration Fee for both the regular CRRT Conference and an Elective Workshop held on Tuesday, February 12, 2013.2. Travel Awards - Checks for up to a maximum of $500 will be presented at the time of the conference.3. Recognition Awards - The top three Fellow abstracts will be awarded recognition awards.CRITERIA FOR GRANTS AND/OR AWARDS1. Submit a poster abstract (via CRRT web site) and present a poster in the topics covered in the CRRT conference at the Poster Session: Tuesday, Feb. 12 and Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2013.2. Fellows must be currently enrolled in an accredited fellowship program in their host country.3. Submit a signed letter (same time as abstract) from their program director verifying their current status in the program. NOTE: Signed letter must be faxed or emailed to CRRT administration office (fax: 1-858-272-7687 or res@crrtonline.com) on the same date as submission of abstract. Abstracts submitted without dated faxed letter will not be accepted for Grants.4. Designate request for financial support on the CRRT website abstract application form.5. Fellows must attend an offered workshop.SUBMISSION1. Notification of acceptance will be mailed by January 8, 2013 with additional information regarding poster dimensions, digital file submission and presentation of your poster.2. For additional information or if you are unable to complete an online submission contact: RES Seminars Phone: 858-272-1018 Website: crrtonline.com 4425 Cass Street, Suite A Fax: 858-272-7687 San Diego, CA 92109 USA Email: res@crrtonline.com 6
  • 8. CME INFORMATIONLEARNER OBJECTIVESThe CRRT conference provides a comprehensive review of advances in clinical care, research and technol-ogy in critical care medicine with a focus on the kidney and renal support techniques. The conference isdesigned to facilitate interdisciplinary interactions among caregivers involved in the management of patientsin intensive care units. Physicians, nurses, pharmacists, nutritionists and other allied personnel from indus-try have opportunities to learn from each other. The conference utilizes a combination of invited lectures;case based small group workshops, debates, hands on interactive workshops and focused panel discussionscoupled with oral and poster presentations to provide a wide variety of opportunities for CME credits.At the end of this conference attendees should be able to:1. Describe the recent advances in the management of critically ill patients with sepsis, acute kidney injury and multiorgan failure2. Discuss the optimal ways to diagnose, treat and follow up patients with acute kidney injury3. Recognize the best practices for utilizing CRRT techniques for renal support in critically ill patientsACCREDITATION STATEMENTThis activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and policies of theAccreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint sponsorship of the Universityof California, San Diego School of Medicine and CRRT, Inc. The University of California, San DiegoSchool of Medicine is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.The University of California, San Diego School of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximumof 30.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with theextent of their participation in the activity.BRN: For the purpose of recertification, the American Nurses Credentialing Center accepts 30.50 AMAPRA Category 1 Credits™ issued by organizations accredited by the ACCME. For the purpose of relicen-sure, the California Board of Registered Nursing accepts 30.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ (report upto 30.50 hours of credit and list "CME Category 1" as the provider number).NEEDS ASSESSMENTThe needs assessment for the CRRT conference is to increase knowledge and enhance competencies in themanagement of ICU patients particularly those who require renal support. The content of this conferencewas based on an assessment of areas with the greatest practice variations where new information isavailable. Sources include feedback from participants in prior programs, expert faculty opinion, literaturereview, clinical practice and new medical knowledge.TARGET AUDIENCEThe CRRT target audience includes: MD/DOs, NP/PA/Nurses, Dieticians, Industry, Pharmacists,Residents and Fellows. Specialties include: Anesthesiology, Cellular & Molecular Medicine, Critical Care,Emergency Medicine, Family & Preventive Medicine, Geriatrics, and Internal Medicine.The following Workshops, Plenary Sessions and Luncheons qualify for CME Credit:Tuesday ELECTIVES - PW1 Changing Paradigms in AKI, HW1 Fundamentals of CRRT, HW2: Pediatric Hands-On Workshop, HW3: Hemodynamic Monitoring and Use of Drugs, GROUP 1 - SIMULTANEOUS STANDARD WORKSHOPSWednesday GROUP 2 - SIMULTANEOUS STANDARD WORKSHOPS GROUP 3 - SIMULTANEOUS STANDARD WORKSHOPS OPENING SESSION I: PATIENT CHARACTERISTICSThursday GROUP 4 - SIMULTANEOUS STANDARD WORKSHOPS SESSION II: EMERGING CONCEPTS IN AKI AND CRITICAL CARE Nursing Forum LuncheonFriday SESSION III: TECHNIQUE CHARACTERISTICS SESSION IV: FUTURE TRENDS IN CRRT AND CRITICAL CARECULTURAL AND LINGUISTIC COMPETENCYThis activity is in compliance with California Assembly Bill 1195 which requires continuing medical education activities with patientcare components to include curriculum in the subjects of cultural and linguistic competency. Cultural competency is defined as a setof integrated attitudes, knowledge, and skills that enables health care professionals or organizations to care effectively for patientsfrom diverse cultures, groups, and communities. Linguistic competency is defined as the ability of a physician or surgeon to providepatients who do not speak English or who have limited ability to speak English, direct communication in the patient’s primary lan-guage. Cultural and linguistic competency was incorporated into the planning of this activity. Additional resources on cultural andlinguistic competency and information about AB1195 can be found on the UCSD CME website at http://cme.ucsd.edu. 7
  • 9. PROGRAM MONDAY, FEBRUARY 115:00-8:00pm Conference Registration Open TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 127:30am Conference Registration Open PW1 - PRE-CONFERENCE AKI SYMPOSIUM (CME Available) Sponsored by UAB/UCSD O’Brien Center for AKI Research Changing Paradigms in Acute Kidney Injury: From Mechanisms to Management CRRT Conference registration is NOT required for this elective symposium. See page 4 for details.7:55 am Opening Remarks Ravindra Mehta, MDPLENARY 1 Molecules, Mechanisms and Targets Co-Chairs: Anupam Agarwal, MD and Sarah Faubel, MD8:00-8:20 Ischemic Preconditioning and the Cytoresistant State - Richard Zager, MD8:20-8:40 Mitochondrial Dysfunction in AKI - Samir Parikh, MD8:40-9:00 Glomerular Participation in Ischemic and Septic AKI - Bruce Molitoris, MD9:00-9:20 Vasopressin Analogues in Septic Shock: Implications for the Kidney - Martin Westphal, MD9:20-9:40 Novel Mechanisms of Progression of AKI to CKD - Joe Bonventre, MD9:40-10:00 Regulatory T Cells: Quelling the Storm - Mark Okusa, MD10:00-10:15 Coffee BreakPLENARY 2 Translational Research: Bedside to Bench & Back Co-Chairs: Bruce Molitoris, MD & John Kellum, MD10:15-10:35 MRI Imaging: Real time Assessment of Renal Physiology- Dileep Lobo, MD10:35-10:55 Alkaline Phosphatase for Kidney Injury in Sepsis - Jean Louis Vincent, MD10:55-11:15 Is Choride a Problem? - Rinaldo Bellomo, MD11:15-11:35 Is AKI Pro-inflammatory or Anti-inflammatory? - Sarah Faubel, MD11:35- 11:55 Complement Mediated Renal Injury - Joshua Thurman, MD11:55-12:15 Emerging Strategies for Management of AKI in Cirrhosis: Targeting the Gut-Liver-Kidney Axis - Rajiv Jalan, MD12:15-1:15 pm Lunch Hosted by ConferencePLENARY 3 Of Mice and Men: Developing relevant models for translational research Co-Chairs: Paul Sanders MD and Rinaldo Bellomo MD1:15-1:35 Pre-Clinical Models for Translational Research in AKI - Volker Vallon, MD1:35-1:55 Studying Renal Physiology In-vivo - Can Ince, PhD1:55-2:15 Acute Renal Failure Around the World: Lessons from the ICON Study - Jean Louis Vincent MD2:15-2:35 Cell-cycle Arrest Biomarkers of AKI - John Kellum, MD2:35-2:55 Efficient Trial Designs for Novel Drug and Biologics in AKI - William Macias, MD2:55-3:15 Prevention Trials in AKI: Lessons from PRESERVE - Paul Palevsky, MD3:15-3:30 Coffee BreakPLENARY 4 Emerging Trends in AKI Co-Chairs: Mark Okusa MD and Paul Palevsky MD3:30-3:50 Novel Compounds for the Treatment of Acute Kidney Injury - Mitchell Rosner, MD3:50-4:10 Disentanglement of the AKI Syndrome - Lakhmir Chawla, MD4:10-4:30 How Should We Use Biomarkers in AKI: An Update from the ADQI Conference - Patrick Murray, MD4:30-4:50 AKI Biomarkers: Does Their Performance in Different Population Lend Insight Into Mechanisms? - Michael Zapitelli, MD4:50-5:10 Intraabdominal Hypertension: A Mechanism for AKI - TBN5:10-5:30 Innovations in Extracorporeal Support: What’s Emerging? - Claudio Ronco, MD5:30 Adjourn 8
  • 10. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 127:30am Conference Registration Open HW1 - ELECTIVE WORKSHOP (CME Available) Fundamentals of CRRTThis full day workshop offers an introduction to CRRT techniques and is developed to provide a core set of information onthe principles and practice of CRRT. This workshop will cover the components and basic principles of continuous renalreplacement therapy. The operating characteristics of CRRT techniques for solute and fluid management, drug managementwill be discussed along with the potential applications of these techniques. Requirements for developing a successful CRRTprogram and selecting machines will also be described. SESSION 17:55 Opening Remarks - Co-Chairs Jorge Cerda, MD, FACP, FASN & Ashita Tolwani, MD8:00-8:30 Operating Principles of CRRT - William R. Clark, MD8:30-9:00 Access/Membrane and Circuit - Luis Juncos, MD9:00-9:30 Anticoagulation - Ashita Tolwani, MD9:30-10:00 Solute Control and Dose - Rolando Claure, MD10:00-10:15 Discussion10:15-10:30 Coffee Break SESSION 210:30-11:00 Solutions - Ashita Tolwani, MD11:00-11:30 Fluid Management - Ravindra L. Mehta, MBBS, MD, DM, FACP, FRCP11:30-12:00 Drug Management - Patrick Honoré, MD12:00-12:30 Patient Selections and Outcomes - Jorge Cerda, MD, FACP, FASN12:30-1:15 Lunch Hosted by Conference for Workshop Participants SESSION 31:15-1:45 Organizational and Financial Aspects - Jorge Cerda, MD, FACP, FASN1:45-2:15 Pharmacy Support - Linda Awdishu, PharmD2:15-2:45 Nursing Issues - Eileen Lischer, MA, BSN, RN, CNN2:45-3:15 Nutritional Support - Michael Connor, MD3:15-3:30 Coffee Break SESSION 43:30-4:00 Monitoring and Preventing Complications - Marlies Ostermann, MD4:00-4:30 CRRT Outcome Studies - Sean Bagshaw, MD4:30-5:00 Available Technology - Noel Gibney, MD5:00-5:30 Questions and Discussion - Jorge Cerda, MD, FACP, FASN & Ashita Tolwani, MD5:30pm Adjourn HW2, HW3 - HALF DAY ELECTIVE WORKSHOPS (CME Available) (see page 4 & 5 for half day and additional industry workshop descriptions) SESSION 110:30-12:15 HW2: Pediatric Hands-On Workshop - Part 110:30-12:15 HW3: Hemodynamic Monitoring and Use of Drugs - Part 112:15-1:15 Lunch Hosted by Conference for Workshop Participants SESSION 21:15-3:30 HW2: Pediatric Hands-On Workshop - Part 21:15-3:30 HW3: Hemodynamic Monitoring and Use of Drugs - Part 2 9
  • 11. TUESDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 124:00-5:30pm STANDARD WORKSHOPS - Groups 1-4 (CME Available for All) Open to all participants - applicable to physicians, nurses and allied personnel Codes: C= Core workshop, I = Intermediate, A = Advanced, N= Nurses, AP = of interest to nurses and allied personnel Workshops presented in a series are marked with a “1” for a primary discussion and “2” for a more complex or advanced discussion in the topic. Series workshops 1 and 2 can be taken subsequently (following each other) or independently (e.g. workshop 1 can be taken without taking workshop 2 and vice versa).4:00-5:30pm GROUP 1 - SIMULTANEOUS STANDARD WORKSHOPS (choose one) A01 Physiologic Biomarkers of Renal Function (C,N,AP) Renal functional biomarkers including urine electrolytes , GFR and RBF measurements contrast and Doppler ultrasound, MRI imaging. Assessment of the microcirculation to assess tissue perfusion will be shown. B02 Strategies for Optimizing the CRRT Circuit (C,N,AP) Case based discussions on best practices to maintain circuits for CRRT focusing on the Access, Anticoagulation and Monitoring C03 Critical Care Pharmacology: Vasopressors, and Inotropes (A,N,AP) Pathophysiology of shock and the principles and practical use of vasopressors, ionotropes, vasodilators in critically ill patients. D04 Vexing Problems in ICU Patients 1: Acid Base and Electrolyte Problems (C,N,AP) Test and update your knowledge with these interactive case studies focused on recognizing and managing acid base and electrolyte problems in critically ill patients. E05 Managing Patients with AKI and Liver Failure 1: Pathophysiology, Differential Diagnosis, Therapy, Monitoring (C,N,AP) Pathophysiology of AKI in setting of acute and chronic hepatic failure and management strategies for differential diagnosis and therapy F06 Competency Assessment in Renal Support Techniques in the ICU (C,N) Description on training requirements, core curriculum and skills assessment for CRRT care delivery. G07 Renal Support in the ICU with IHD, PIRRT, PD, Hybrid Devices (A) Comparisons of operational characteristics including anticoagulation, membranes, solutions and flows and approaches for ongoing and future research H08 Preventing and Managing Complications of Dialysis 1: Intradialytic Hypotension (C,N) Definitions and pathophysiology of intradialytic hypotension. Strategies for prevention and management. ME1 MEET THE EXPERT 1: How Do I Assess Risk for AKI and Manage High Risk Surgical and ICU Patients Andrew Shaw, MD and Peter McCullough, MD6:00-7:30pm Tuesday Evening Reception & Poster Review - For All Conference Attendees Make your hotel reservations early! Information/web link at crrtonline.com OR call the hotel directly... Hilton San Diego Bayfront 1-619-564-3333 10
  • 12. WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 137:00am-4:30pm Conference Registration Open8:30-10:00am GROUP 2 - SIMULTANEOUS STANDARD WORKSHOPS (choose one) A09 Using Kidney Biomarkers for AKI 1: Risk Assessment, Diagnosis and Staging (C,N,AP) Practical issues for use of kidney biomarkers for assessing risk and for early recognition and interventions in AKI. B10 CRRT for the Experienced User 1 (I,N,AP) Interactive case based discussions on dose adjustments, monitoring for adequacy, modality selection and transitions in CRRT. C11 Critical Care Management: Nutrition Assessment and Delivery (I,N,AP) Pathophysiology of malnutrition in critically ill patients. Principles of nutritional assessment and support and adjustments for RRT. D12 Vexing Problems in ICU Patients on RRT 2: Drug Management for Problematic Infections, Sedation, Organ Support (I,N,AP) Case based discussions for adjustments in drug dosing, renal support and monitoring of complex ICU patients with comorbidities and drug resistant infections. E13 Managing Patients with AKI and Liver Failure 2: Use of RRT, Liver Support, Strategies for Bridge to Transplant (A,N) Interactive case studies describing the rationale for use of different extracorporeal support techniques (Cell based systems, MARS, CRRT) for hepatic support as a bridge to transplant or functional recovery. F14 Patient Centered Care in the ICU: The Team Approach (C,N,AP) Taking good care of patients requires communication and understanding of patient and loved ones’ needs. This workshop will discuss the principles and practice of patient centered care utilizing case studies. G15 Plasma Exchange Therapy and Hybrid Techniques (C,N,AP) Principles of plasma exchange, sorbent based and hybrid therapies for extracorporeal support and case based discussion of practical application. H16 Preventing and Managing Complications of Dialysis 2: Operation, Fluids, Electrolytes and Acid Base (C,N) Case based discussions of related complications in ICU patients. ME2 MEET THE EXPERT 2: How I Assess Patients in the ICU and My Approach to Oliguria Jean Louis Vincent and Rajiv Jalan10:00-10:15am Coffee Break10:15-11:45am GROUP 3 - SIMULTANEOUS STANDARD WORKSHOPS (choose one) A17 Using Kidney Biomarkers for AKI 2: Differential Diagnosis, Interventions and Prognosis (C,N,AP) Strategies for the effective use of kidney biomarkers for managing patients with AKI to guide interventions and predict outcomes. B18 CRRT for the Experienced User 2: Solutions, Fluid Removal Fluid Balance, Monitoring (A) Interactive case based discussion on strategies for fluid management in CRRT to achieve patient driven outcomes for fluid, electrolyte and acid base balance. C19 Fluids and Solutions in the Critically Ill 1 (A) How to select and use colloids, crystalloids and blood products. D20 Managing Patients with Sepsis 1 : Pathophysiology, Diagnosis, Assessment, Resuscitation and Drug Management (C,N,AP) Case based discussions on pathophysiology of sepsis, rationale and strategies for fluid and vasopressor use for resuscitation and supportive therapy with the sepsis bundle. E21 Managing Heart Failure and Cardiorenal Syndrome 1: Pathophysiology, Diagnosis, Drug Management (I) (C,N,AP) Pathophysiology, recognition and management strategies for cardiac and renal failure in the critically ill patient. F22 Ensuring Patient Safety and Quality Measures for RRT in AKI 1: Water Standards, Infection Control (C,N,AP) Discussion of the recent developments in ensuring quality and patient safety for acute dialysis delivery. G23 Pediatric CRRT: The Basics (I,N,AP) Technique requirement and application for use in children excluding neonates. Covering epidemiology of pediatric acute kidney injury, and a focus on the pediatric CRRT prescription (anticoagulation, fluid composition, modality, and nutrition provision), as well as outcome in pediatric CRRT. H24 Withdrawing & Withholding Support for AKI: Ethical Issues in the ICU (I,N,AP) Factors influencing decisions for withholding and withdrawing dialysis in the management of critically ill patients. General principles for ethical decisions and how an approach can be developed to manage patients requiring dialysis. ME 3 MEET THE EXPERT 3: How I Use the KDIGO AKI Guidelines to Manage Patients John Kellum and Claudio Ronco11:45am-1:00pm Lunches Hosted by Conference - see following page for details 11
  • 13. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 1311:45am-1:00pm Lunches Hosted by Conference - RSVP required, selection made during registration process. CONFERENCE Luncheon (No CME Available) GAMBRO Symposium Luncheon Does CRRT Improve Renal Recovery? Findings from the RENAL study will be presented highlighting the impact of renal replacement therapy modality on renal recovery in survivor’s of severe acute kidney injury. ALEXION Symposium Luncheon - Advances in the Diagnosis and Management of Systemic and Progressive Thrombotic Microangiopathies (TMA’s) Systemic TMA is a process of widespread thrombi and inflammation in the small blood vessels of vital organs throughout the body. The multiple thrombi and inflammation occurs throughout the body, affecting the brain, kidneys, heart, organs of the gastrointestinal system, and lungs. The clinical presentation of aHUS can have significant clinical overlap (signs and symptoms) with other diseases, some of which are caused by systemic TMA such as TTP and STEC-HUS. ALERE Focus Group Luncheon Rethinking AKI: The Importance of Subclinical Injury The concept of subclinical acute kidney injury suggests the need to revisit consensus criteria for AKI. Changes in novel biomarkers, such as NGAL, may have clinical relevance even in the absence of traditional parameters used to diagnosis AKI. A faculty of experts will discuss the value in identifying subclinical injury, related patient impact and potential role for NGAL. SESSION I: PATIENT CHARACTERISTICS (CME Available - All Sessions)1:10-3:45 Plenary 1 - MINI-SYMPOSIA 4:15-6:30 Plenary 2 - MINI-SYMPOSIA Organ Dysfunction in the Critically Acute Kidney Injury (AKI): Ill Patient: Emerging Concepts Pathophysiology1:10-1:15 Opening Remarks 4:15-4:30 Is Restoration of a Near Normal Ravindra L Mehta, MD FACP Milieu Advantageous in AKI?1:15-1:30 ICU Nephrology: The Implications Bruce Molitoris, MD of Cardiovascular Alterations in 4:30-4:45 Normal and Maladaptive Repair the Acutely Ill After Injury Jean Louis Vincent, MD Joe Bonventre, MD1:30-1:45 Pathophysiology and Management 4:45-5:00 Pathophysiology of Plasma Cell of Post-cardiac Arrest Syndrome Dyscrasias: A Model for Hiroyuki Hirasawa, MD Targeted Intervention1:45-2:00 Acute Kidney Injury and Sepsis: Paul Sanders, MD A Toll Like Receptor (TLR) 5:00-5:15 Systemic Effects of AKI Hyper-Responsive State Sarah Faubel, MD Richard Zager, MD 5:15-5:30 Differential Diagnosis and2:00-2:15 The Angiopoietins in Sepsis: Therapeutic Strategies of Markers and Potential Mediators Thrombotic Micro Angiopathies of Vascular Leak and Injury (TMA) Samir Parikh, MD Joshua Thurman, MD2:15-2:30 The Global Increased Permeability 5:30-5:50 Cardio-Renal Interactions in Syndrome: Recognition & Management Heart Failure: Who’s to Blame? TBN The Heart: Claudio Ronco, MD2:30-2:45 Metabolic conditioning and The Kidney: Peter McCullough, MD Nutritional Modulation for 5:50-6:00 Panel Discussion Improving Perioperative Outcomes 6:00-6:30 SPECIAL SESSION Dileep Lobo, MD Critical Care Nephrology Jeopardy2:45-3:00 Acute Lung injury and ARDS: Nephrologists vs Intensivists What’s New? Kathleen Liu, MD Moderator: Noel Gibney, MD3:00-3:25 SPECIAL LECTURE The Global Renal Circulation in Sepsis 6:30 Adjourn Rinaldo Bellomo, MD 6:30-8:00 EXHIBIT RECEPTION AND3:25-3:45 Panel Discussion Moderator: Mark Okusa, MD POSTER SESSION3:45-4:15 Coffee Break 12
  • 14. THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 147:00am-4:30pm Conference Registration Open7:00-8:00 Continental Breakfast 8:00-9:30am GROUP 4 - SIMULTANEOUS STANDARD WORKSHOPS (choose one) A25 Raising Awareness of AKI: Risk, Recognition, and Response (C,N,AP) This workshop will describe the urgent need for educating care givers, patients and the lay public on the devastating effects of AKI. Strategies and tools for risk assessment, recognition and early response for AKI will be discussed. B26 CRRT for the Experienced User 3: Technique Adjustments Case Studies (A) Interactive cases demonstrating the flexibility and adaptiveness of CRRT techniques for dynamic comprehensive renal support. C27 Drug Induced Kidney Injury in the ICU: Mechanisms, Susceptibility, Diagnosis, Management Strategies (A,N) Causes and consequences of drug induced nephrotoxicity, factors contributing to toxicity, strategies for preventing and managing toxicity. Utilization of dialysis techniques for drug removal. D28 Managing Patients With Sepsis 2: Techniques for Disease Modification, Organ Support and Renal Protection (A) Technical considerations and practical application of extracorporeal support techniques for sepsis. Results of human studies for use of high permeability membranes, HVHF, VHVHF and hybrid techniques for sepsis E29 Managing Heart Failure and Cardio-Renal Syndrome 2: Ultrafiltration, Renal Support and RRT for Patients with Ventricular Assist Devices and Artificial Hearts (A,N) Technical considerations, practical application and results of different methods to treat heart failure and cardio-renal syndrome including ultrafiltration techniques. F30 Ensuring Patient Safety and Quality Measures for RRT in AKI 2: Dialysis Adequacy, Monitoring, Nursing Issues (C,N,AP) Discussion of the principles of a systems based approach to implementing and monitoring quality to reduce errors in therapy prescription and delivery. G31 CRRT in the Newborn: Principles and Practical Issues (C,N,AP) Pathophysiology and management of metabolic disorders, neonatal AKI and intoxications with CRRT. H32 Starting and Stopping RRT for AKI: Principles and Practice (A) Principles of determining when to start and stop RRT. Case based discussion of various approaches. ME4 Meet the Expert 4: How I Design and Conduct Clinical Trials in AKI Paul Palevsky, MD and Rinaldo Bellomo, MD9:30-9:45 Coffee Break SESSION II: EMERGING CONCEPTS IN AKI AND CRITICAL CARE9:45-12:40 Plenary 3 - MINI-SYMPOSIA 11:15-11:30 Fluid Resuscitation Strategies Controversies in Management of the Lessons from the 6S and Critically Ill Patient: Fluid CHEST Trials Management and Renal Protection Rinaldo Bellomo, MD9:45-10:00 Does Sedation Affect 11:30-12:15 Controversies: What Fluids Kidney Function? Should be Used for Resuscitation Andrew Shaw, MB FRCA FCCM to Protect the Kidney? Bicarbonate - Paul Palevsky, MD10:00-10:15 How Much fluid is Enough for AKI? Colloids - Dileep Lobo, MD Kathleen Liu, MD Blood - Can Ince, PhD10:15-10:30 Does Fluid Composition Influence Anything but Saline - John Kellum, MD Renal Function? They are all OK if Used Cautiously - Dileep Lobo, MD Martin Westphal, MD10:30-10:45 Achieving Fluid balance and 12:15-12:30 Panel Discussion Preserving Kidney Function: Moderator: Noel Gibney, MD The Role of CRRT 12:30-12:40 Top Abstract Awards Ravindra L. Mehta, MD10:45-11:00 Heart Failure Management: 12:40-2:00 Lunches Hosted by Conference Implications for the Kidney (see following page for details) Alan Maisel, MD11:00-11:15 How Should You Manage Oliguria Sean Bagshaw, MD 13
  • 15. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 1412:40-2:00pm Lunches Hosted by Conference - RSVP required, selection made during registration process. Conference Luncheon Nursing Forum Luncheon (CME Available) Mapping the Exposome: How Wireless Technology and Social Media are Changing Our Perceptions of Medical Care Kevin Patrick MD The rapid explosion of wireless technology and social media applications is leading to the development of sensor based technologies that will revolutionize our approach to research and medicine. This special lecture will describe some of the innovations that are being deployed and what they will mean for care delivery in the near future. Astute Industry Symposium Luncheon (No CME) New AKI Biomarkers, a Revolution in Risk Assessment Current tools to identify Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) have remained mostly unchanged for decades and have focused primarily on functional renal change. Join this educational symposium to learn about novel AKI biomarkers. SESSION II: EMERGING CONCEPTS IN AKI AND CRITICAL CARE2:00-3:30 Plenary 4 4:00-6:00 Plenary 5 MINI-SYMPOSIA MINI-SYMPOSIA Drug Induced Kidney Injury: Challenges and Controversies in From Mechanisms to Management Renal Support and CRRT2:00-2:15 Mechanisms of Drug 4:00-4:15 Circulatory Stress During Dialysis: Nephrotoxicity Contributor to Endotoxemia? Bruce Mueller, PharmD Chris McIntyre, MD2:15-2:30 Genetic Determinants of Drug 4:15-4:30 Permissive Hypofiltration Induced Kidney Injury Lakhmir Chawla, MD Linda Awdishu, PharmD 4:30-4:45 Effect of Timing and Modality on2:30-2:45 Nephrotoxic Medication Short and Long Term Outcomes Associated AKI in Children: After RRT The Epidemic Exists Raghavan Murugan, MD Stuart Goldstein, MD 4:45-5:00 RRT for the Morbidly Obese2:45-3:00 Drug Dosing During Patient: Challenges and Solutions Extracorporeal Support: TBN Can We Protect the Kidney? 5:00-5:15 Prolonged Intermittent Dialysis: Miet Schetz, MD Experience with Different Modalities3:00-3:15 Renal Toxicity of Etienne Macedo, MD Recreational Drugs 5:15-5:30 Extracorporeal Support for the Richard Clark, MD Patient with an Artificial Heart3:15-3:30 EXTRIP: What and Who is it? and Heart Assist Devices Mark Ghannoum, MD Luis Juncos, MD3:30-4:00 Coffee Break 5:30-5:45 Preventing and Managing Catheter Based Infections Saima Aslam, MD 5:45-6:00 Treatment of Refractory Ascites: Taps, TIPSS and Now Pumps Rajiv Jalan, MD 6:00 Adjourn Free Evening 14
  • 16. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 157:00am-1:00pm Conference Registration Open7:00-8:00am Continental Breakfast SESSION III: TECHNIQUE CHARACTERISTICS7:30-10:00 Plenary 6 8:45-9:00 Improving Outcomes from AKI: MINI SYMPOSIA Lessons from the UK Raising Awareness of AKI Andrew Lewington, MD7:30-7:45 Raising Awareness: 9:00-9:15 Determining Long Term Outcomes What Are the Issues? From AKI: The ARID Study Jorge Cerda, MD Chris McIntyre, MD7:45-8:00 Raising Awareness : 9:15-10:15 The Changing Face of AKI: The 5R Approach Snapshots from Around the World Ravindra L. Mehta, MD FACP Brazil Emmanuel Burdmann, MD8:00-8:15 Kidney Attack in the ICU: India Raj Chakravarthi, MD The Epidemic is Here Japan TBN John Kellum, MD China Li Yang, MD UK Andrew Davenport, MD8:15-8:30 Derivation, Validation and Canada Amit Garg, MD Application of the Renal Angina Australia Rinaldo Bellomo, MD Index in Critical Illness USA Stuart Goldstein, MD Rajit Basu, MD USA Ashita Tolwani, MD8:30-8:45 Surveillance with an EMR: Europe Patrick Honore, MD Does it Make a Difference? Kianoush Kashani, MD 10:15-10:45 Coffee Break SESSION IV: FUTURE TRENDS IN CRRT AND CRITICAL CARE10:45-1:00 Plenary 7 6. PMA based CHDF for Sepsis MINI SYMPOSIA Hiroyuki Hirasawa, MD Emerging Strategies in AKI and 7. Pre-mixed Citrate Solutions Extracorporeal Support for CRRT Patrick Honore, MD10:30-12:15 Update from Ongoing and Recent Trials (12 minutes each) 12:15-12:30 Differential Diagnosis and 1. Ultrafiltration for Heart Failure: Therapeutic Strategies for CARESS Trial Thrombotic Micro Angiopathies Peter McCullough, MD (TMA) 2. Curcurumin for AKI Joshua Thurman, MD Amit Garg, MD 12:30-12:55 Critical Care Nephrology: 3. Stem cells for AKI: Allocure Trial Literature Review (TBN) Noel Gibney, MD 4. SCD Immunomodulation for AKI (TBN) 12:55-1:00 Closing Remarks 5. Polymixin binding filter for Ravindra L. Mehta, MD FACP Chairman Sepsis: EUPHRATES trial (TBN) 1:00 Conference Adjourns Mark Your Calendar Now for 2013 AND 2014! CRRT 2014California Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego, March 4-7, 2014 15
  • 17. CONFERENCE REGISTRATION WORKSHEET Online Registration is Required: www.crrtonline.comUse this worksheet to review optional selections made during registration. A mail-in registration form maybe completed online for those that wish to submit payment via check, but please note that your registration isnot valid until your check is received. A downloadable/printable registration form is also available online.Online registration is available for those attending only the AKI Workshop (downloadable form also available).REGISTRATION FEES Early Bird Pre-Registration On-Site Reg. On or before Jan. 5 thru Feb. 8 thru Jan. 4, 2013 Feb. 7, 2013 Feb. 15, 2013Registrants (MD, PhD, etc.) t$ 675 t$ 740 t$ 795With Multimedia Package t$ 875 t$ 940 t$ 995Nurses/Dieticians/PharmacistsResidents*/Fellows*/ t$ 480 t$ 550 t$ 595With Multimedia Package t$ 680 t$ 750 t$ 795Industry t$ 675 t$740 795 t$With Multimedia Package t$ 875 t$940 995 t$*requires letter of verification from dept. head Total Registration Fees: _________Fee Includes: Access to Plenary Sessions, Conference Standard Workshops (Tue, Wed & Thur), Exhibit Area, WelcomeReception & Poster Session (Tues) Exhibit Reception (Wed), two lunches (Wed & Thur) and all conference breaks.Registration fee does not include Elective Workshops, Meet the Expert breakfasts, Online Presentations or ToursLUNCHEON SELECTION (included with registration, rsvp required - made during reg. process)Wednesday: t Conference Lunch t Gambro t Alexion t Alere t NoneThursday: t Conference Lunch t Nurses t Astute t NoneELECTIVESPRE-CONFERENCE AKI SYMPOSIUM see details on page 4Tuesday, Feb. 12th - 8:00am-5:30pm Full day Symposium only $260 x ____ = _________ Symposium - after discount (must also pay Conference registration fee) $230 x ____ = _________ Add Post-conference Online Presentation (see website for details) $125 x ____ = _________ELECTIVE WORKSHOPS see details on page 4Tuesday, Feb. 12th - 8:00am-5:30pm Full day HW1 $185 x ____ = _________ Add Post-conference Online Presentation (see website for details) $ 125 x ____ = _________Tuesday Feb. 12th - 10:30am -3:30pm Half day HW2, HW3, HW4 $120 x ____ = _________PRINTED SYLLABUS complete digital version on usb drive included with registrationSpiral-bound, approx. 120 page 8.5x11booklet $45 x ____ = _________GUEST FEE (Guests are not admitted to Sessions or Workshops) $185 x ____ = _________Includes access to Exh. Area, Reception (Tues.), Exh. Reception (Wed.) & 2 Lunches (Wed. & Thur.).TOUR FEES see page 5 for detailsSD Gaslamp, Coronado, Balboa Park Wed, Feb. 13, 2013 $85 x ____ = _________USS Midway Tour Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013 Adult $40 x ____ = _________ Child Ages 6-17 $32 x ____ = _________ TOTAL FEES: _________ 16
  • 18. CRRT 2013 PROGRAM AT A GLANCE CME Available for All Session Unless Noted With *Time Tuesday Feb 12 Time Wednesday Feb 13 Time Thursday Feb 14 Time Friday Feb 157:55-10:00 PW1: AKI 8:30-10:00 Workshops 8:00-9:30 Workshops 7:30-10:15 Plenary 6 HW1: Fundamentals GROUP 2 GROUP 4 Raising Awareness of AKI10:00-10:15 Break 10:00-10:15 Break 9:30-9:45 Break 10:15-10:45 Break10:15-12:15 PW1: AKI 10:15-11:45 Workshops 9:45-12:40 Plenary 3 10:45-1:00 Plenary 7 HW1: Fundamentals GROUP 3 Controversies in Emerging Strategies in HW2: Pediatrics Management of the Critically AKI and Extracorporeal HW3: Hemodynamic Ill Patient: Fluid Management Support IND1: Gambro and Renal Protection12:15-1:15 Lunch* 11:45-1:00 Luncheons* 12:40-2:00 Luncheons (Astute *) 1:00pm Adjourn1:15-3:15 PW1: AKI 1:10-3:45 Plenary 1 2:00-3:30 Plenary 4 HW1: Fundamentals Organ Dysfunction in the Drug Induced Kidney1:15-3:30 HW2: Pediatrics Critically Ill Patient: Injury: From Mechanisms HW3: Hemodynamic Emerging Concepts to Management IND1: Gambro3:15:3:30 Break 3:45-4:15 Break 3:30-4:00 Break3:30-5:30 PW1: AKI 4:15-6:30 Plenary 2 4:00-6:00 Plenary 5 HW1: Fundamentals Acute Kidney Injury Challenges and (AKI): Pathophysiology Controversies in Renal4:00-5:30 Standard Workshops Support and CRRT GROUP 16:00-7:30 Reception and 6:30-8:00 Exhibits Reception 6:00 Adjourn Poster Review* And Poster Session* Free Evening PW1 = Pre-Conference Symposium HW = Elective Workshops
  • 19. CRRT 2013c/o RES Seminars4425 Cass Street, Suite ASan Diego, CA 92109 USATHE EIGHTEENTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ONCONTINUOUS RENAL REPLACEMENT THERAPIESCRRT 2013February 12-15, 2013San Diego, CaliforniaHilton San Diego Bayfrontcrrtonline.com