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5th Renal Eastern Europe Nephrology Academy (REENA)

  1. 1. 5th Renal Eastern Europe Nephrology Academy (REENA) with ERA-EDTA & ISN/COMGAN CME course Jurmala, Latvia, September 3-6, 2010 SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME Friday, September, 3 09.00-10.45 Monothematic satellite symposium from REENA 2010 principal sponsor – JSC “OLAINFARM” (Latvia) Hall A Urinary tract infections: treatment and prophylaxis 09.00-10.45 Simultaneous Chair: Prof. D. Ivanov (Ukraine) translation 09.00-10.45 Urinary tract infections: Updates 2010 (Prof. Dimitri Ivanov, Ukraine) 09.00-10.45 Uncomplicated Urinary Tract Infection (Prof. Tamara Perepanova, Russia) 09.00-10.45 The modern approach to the treatment of dismetabolic nephropathy in children (Prof. Ismail Osmanov, Russia) 10.45-11.10 Coffee break First day of the Academy 11.10-13.40 Change of Experiences Hall A Summit for Clinical Nephrology 11.10-13.40 Simultaneous Moderators: Prof. B. Kiperova (Bulgaria), Prof. H.Resic (B&H) or successive translation 11.10-11.55 Screening for kidney disease reveals cardiovascular disease. National programs for kidney disease prevention. (Prof. Vladisav Stefanovic, Serbia) 11.55-12.40 Balkan Endemic Nephropathy - Markers for Early Detection (Prof. Enisa Mesic, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
  2. 2. 2 12.40-13.25 Risks of Overshooting in Anemia Correction and Epo Receptor Stimulation: Erythrocythosis or Pleiotropic EPO Action? (Prof. Petar Kes, Croatia) 13.25-13.40 Role of interstitial nephritis in acute kidney disease genesis. Study results (Maria Ivanova, MD,Ukraine) Hall B Summit for RRT 11.10-13.40 Simultaneous Moderators: Prof D. Abramowicz (Belgium), translation Prof L. Rostaing (France) 11.00-11.30 The Organization of Renal Transplantation Program in Croatia: from Abyss to Success. (Assist. Prof. Nikolina Bašić-Jukić, Croatia) 11.30-12.00 Late acute graft rejection treated with Tacrolimus versus Cyclosporine (Prof. Natalia Tomilina, Asoc. Prof. Ekaterina Stolyarevich, Russia) 12.00-12.30 Sirolimus-based immunosuppressive protocols for kidney transplantation: outcomes analysis (Asoc. Prof. Inese Folkmane, Latvia) 12.30-13.00 HLA Matching is Associated with Better Outcome after Renal Transplantation in Eurotransplant Senior Program.(Assist. Prof. Nikolina Bašić-Jukić, Croatia) 13.00-13.30 Histological characteristics of peritoneal membrane in peritoneal dialysis patients (Prof. Biljana Stojimirovic, Serbia) 13.30-14.30 Lunch 14.30-18.20 Master blocks. Session 1. Hall A Master block 1: DKD 14.30-16.15 Non-diabetic renal disease among diabetic patients Simultaneous (Prof. Ivan Rychlik, Czech Republic) translation Treatment modalities (Prof. Dimitri Ivanov, Ukraine) Teaching points (Prof. Boriana Kiperova, Bulgaria) Discussion 16.15-16.35 Coffee break Hall A Master block 2: RRT (Transplantation) 16.35-18.20 Simultaneous Induction therapy in renal transplantation (Prof. Daniel Abramowicz, translation Belgium) Treatment modalities - Choices of RRT (PD, HD, transplantation)
  3. 3. 3 (Prof. Lionel Rostaing, Assist. Prof. Hugo Wéclawiak, France) Teaching points - Renal graft pathology (recurrence and de novo) case discussion (Prof. Natalia Tomilina, Asoc. Prof. Ekaterina Stolyarevich, Russia) Discussion 19.00-21.00 Opening Ceremony & Welcome Dinner Saturday, September 4 ERA-RDTA & ISN/COMGAN CME course Update in CKD management in view of patient's survival Hall A Simultaneous translation The Welcoming part 8.30-9.00 Prof Goce Spasovski - on behalf of ERA-EDTA, Prof Norbert Lameire – on behalf of ISN/COMGAN, Prof Dimitri Ivanov – as President of REENA Session 1. Types of RRT and patients survival 9.00-10.45 Moderators: Prof D. Abramowicz, Prof L.Rostaing Lecture 1. Impact of various stages of CKD and outcome before RRT (Lionel Rostaing, France) Lecture 2. How can you improve the results of renal transplantation in your unit? (Daniel Abramowicz, Belgium) Lecture 3. Immunosuppression and kidney transplantation (Lionel Rostaing, France) 10.45-11.15 Coffee break Session 2. CKD syndromes and patients survival 11.15-13.00 Moderators: Prof Jorge B. Cannata-Andia, Prof G.Spasovski Lecture 1. Anemia management :Guidelines and recent large trials (Francesco Locatelli, Italy) Lecture 2. What is the link between mineral and bone disorders and anemia in CKD? (Goce Spasovski, Macedonia) Lecture 3. The bone and vascular axis in CKD (Jorge B. Cannata- Andia, Spain)
  4. 4. 4 13.00-14.00 Lunch Session 3. Update in CKD management 14.00-15.45 Moderators: Prof F.Locatelli, Prof I.Rychlik Lecture 1. Epidemiology of CKD and diabetic nephropathy (Ivan Rychlik, Czech Republic) Lecture 2. CKD and future therapies (Meguid El Nahas, UK) Lecture 3. New guidelines and CKD management (Dimitri Ivanov, Ukraine) 15.45-16.15 Coffee break Session 4. Critical care in CKD and patient's survival 16.15-18.00 Moderators: Prof N.Lameire, Prof M. El Nahas Lecture 1. Prevention of contrast induced acute kidney injury (Norbert Lameire, Belgium) Lecture 2. CKD in the elderly (Meguid El Nahas, UK) Lecture 3. Management and therapy of acute hypernatremia (Norbert Lameire, Belgium) 18.00-18.30 Final comments (Norbert Lameire, Goce Spasovski, Dimitri Ivanov) Certification 19.00-22.00 Gala Dinner Sunday, September 5 Second day of the Academy 09.00-13.00 Master blocks. Session 2. Hall A Master block 1: CKD-MBD 09.00-10.45 Simultaneous Updating CKD-MBD (Prof Jorge B.Cannata-Andia, Spain) translation Bone disease in CKD - what are the treatment modalities? (Prof. Goce Spasovski, Macedonia) Teaching points - Parathyreoidectomia in the treatment of SHP in hemodialysis patients: single centers experience. (Prof. Halima Resic, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
  5. 5. 5 Discussion 10.45-11.15 Coffee break Hall A Master block 2: AKI 11.15-13.30 Simultaneous Introductory lecture in new KDIGO AKI Guidelines translation (Norbert Lameire, Belgium) Approach to Acute Kidney Injury Treatment: When and How to Use Peritoneal Dialysis, Intermittent Hemodialysis, Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy and Hybrid Therapy? (Prof. Petar Kes, Croatia) Dialysis therapy of acute kidney injury in adults, small children and newborns (Prof. Rafael Ponikvar, Slovenia) Acute Kidney Injury after Open Heart Surgery: Prevention and Treatment (Prof. Petar Kes, Croatia) Discussion 13.30-14.30 Lunch 14.30-18.00 Master blocks. Session 3. Hall A Master block: RRT (Models of Dialysis) 14.30-16.15 Simultaneous Nocturnal and overnight hemodialysis (Prof. Rafael Ponikvar, translation Slovenia) PD or HD – factors influencing the choice of dialysis modality (Prof. Evgueniy Vazelov, Bulgaria) Teaching points - Vascular access for hemodialysis: the role of interventional nephrologists. Hemodialysis catheters as permanent vascular access (Prof. Rafael Ponikvar, Slovenia) Discussion Coffee break 16.15-16.45 Hall A State-of-Art Lectures 16.45-18.00 Simultaneous Glomerular disease in the field of clinical nephrology translation (Prof. Boriana Kiperova, Bulgaria) Cardiovascular risk, oxidative stress and endothelium in CKD (Prof. Mihai Voiculescu, Romania)
  6. 6. 6 Monday, September 6 Third day of the Academy 09.00-11.00 Discussions & Change of Experiences: national views Moderators: Professor Dimitri Ivanov (Ukraine, REENA President), Professor Rafael Ponikvar (Slovenia, head of Slovenian Nephrology Society), Professor Rafail Rosental (Latvia, Head of Latvian Transplantation Department) Hall A 9.00-9.15 Problem of hypophosphatemia in maintenance 09.00-11.00 hemodialysis patients (Biljana Stojimirovic, Serbia) Simultaneous translation 9.15-9.30 “Silent” rejection during delayed kidney graft function (Vadims Suhorukovs, Janis Jushinskis, Latvia) 9.30-9.45 Hepatitis and systemic inflammation in patients on regular hemodialysis (Vlastimir Vlatković, Jasna Trbojević- Stanković, Biljana Stojimirović, Serbia) 9.45-10.50 Round Table Discussion: New achievements in Clinical Nephrology and RRT in Eastern Europe countries. Best experience at glance and perspectives of future collaboration To the discussion invited: Petar Kes (Professor, Head of Croatian Society of Nephrology), Boriana Kiperova (Professor, Head of Bulgarian Society of Nephrology), Enisa Mesic (Profesor, Head of Nephrology and Dialysis Department University of Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina), Maris Plavins (Head of Latvian Society of Nephrology), Halima Resic (Head of Clinic for Hemodialysis Clinical Center University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina) Vladisav Stefanovic (Professor, Head of Serbian Society of Nephrology), Biljana Stojimirovic (Professor, Head of the Department of Clinical nephrology, Clinical Center of Serbia), Evgueniy Vazelov (Head of Dialysis Clinic of University Hospital "Aleksandrovska" Sofia Medical University, Head of National Association of Dialysis Specialists in Bulgaria), Mihai Voiculescu (Professor, Head of Romanian Society for Nephrology and Vascular Access) 10.50-11.00 Greetings on address of 40th anniversary of renal transplantation in Lithuania. Final Coffee & ceremony of closing 11.00-11.30 Professor Dimitri Ivanov (Ukraine, REENA President), Inna Berezyuk (Ukraine, Head of REENA Administrative office)
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