KIDNEY MEET 2022
ME Conferences with great pleasure welcomes all to the “7th World Kidney Congress" which is going to be held in August 25-26, 2022 Zurich, Switzerland with the theme of Recent advancements and future prospects in Nephrology. The conference highlights keynote presentations, oral talks, poster presentations and exhibitions. All the speakers, participants, students, and delegates from across the globe are cordially invited to the event the international Kidney Meet 2022. Encourages the young student researchers through Poster Award Competition and Young Research Forum at the conference venue.
Why to attend Kidney Meet 2022 Conference?
Kidney Meet 2022 is a synthesis of research, theory, and clinical knowledge aimed at analyzing, interpreting, and alleviating kidney-related distress or malfunction, as well as promoting human health and personal growth. This global event will provide an excellent opportunity for nephrologists and alternative practitioners to promote the thorough administration of kidney medication and to examine the best case reports where ultimate results to justify curing and healing by various methodologies to various ailments have been noted with evidence and providing the righteous option for treating chronic ailments have been noted with evidence and providing the righteous option for treating chronic ailments.
- Kidney Specialists
- General Physicians
- Nephrology and Urology Professors
- Renal Practitioners
- Kidney Coordinators
- Renal Transplantation Surgeons
- Postdoctoral Students
- Nephrology Academicians
- Renal Dieticians
- Young Research Scientists
- Business Delegates
- Business Entrepreneurs
- Laboratory Technicians and Diagnostic Companies
- Pharmaceutical Companies and Industries
- Nephrology and Urology Associations and Societies
- Medical & Pharmaceutical Companies
Track-1: Pediatric Nephrology
A child nephrologist, sometimes known as a pediatric nephrologist, is a specialist who treats children with kidney illnesses such as urinary tract infections, bladder difficulties, kidney stones, and high blood pressure.
- Urinary tract infections
- Kidney Diseases
- High blood pressure
- Renal calculi
Track-2: Kidney Disorders
Kidney disease indicates that your kidneys have been damaged and are unable to filter blood as effectively as they should. If you have diabetes or high blood pressure, you're more likely to develop renal disease. If you have renal failure, dialysis or kidney transplants are two options for treatment.
- Acute renal failure
- Polycystic kidney disease
- Reflux nephropathy
- Acquired cystic kidney disease
When the kidneys cease working properly, dialysis is used to eliminate waste products and excess fluid from the blood. It frequently entails transferring blood to a machine for cleaning.
- Peritoneal dialysis
Track-4: Nephrology & Nursing
Nurses in nephrology use the nursing process to care for patients of all ages who have kidney disease or are at risk of developing it. For more than 45 years, nephrology has been acknowledged as a specialty. Nephrology nursing entails both illness prevention and assessment of patients' and families' health needs.
Track-5: Diabetic Nephropathy
Diabetic nephropathy is a common type 1 and type 2 diabetic consequences. Poorly treated diabetes can damage blood vessel clusters in the kidneys, which filter waste from the blood, over time. This can harm the kidneys and raise blood pressure.
- Kidney failure
- End-stage renal disease
Track-6: Mineral and Bone Disorder in CKD
When kidneys are damaged by CKD, they are unable to filter blood and control hormones as they should. This results in mineral and bone disease. Hormone levels and mineral levels, such as calcium and phosphorus, become unbalanced as a result, resulting in harm.
Track-7: Surgery for Renal Disease
The kidneys are two bean-shaped organs that play a vital role in life. The kidneys are behind the abdominal organs and below the rib cage on either side of the spine. The kidneys have a number of important roles. Filtration of the blood to remove waste products from regular bodily functions, sending the trash out of the body through urine, and returning water and chemicals to the body as needed. Several hormones are released to control blood pressure. The hormone erythropoietin is released to stimulate the synthesis of red blood cells. Urine is produced by the kidneys and transferred to the bladder through the ureters. The bladder is a storage facility for pee. Urine is produced when the body detects that the bladder is full.
Track-8: Clinical Trials and Case Reports
A case report is a detailed account of an individual patient's symptoms, signs, conclusion, treatment, and follow-up. Case reports may include a patient's statistical profile and play an important role in restorative clinical research and evidence-based pharmaceuticals. Furthermore, case reports might serve as an early warning sign for the negative effects of new treatments or the emergence of new and rising diseases.
Track-9: Renal Nutrition and Metabolism
Renal replacement therapy (RRT) is a term that refers to treatment approaches that replace a normal kidney's waste filtration activities. Acute kidney insufficiency (AKI) affects the control of bodily acid-base balance, as well as electrolyte and fluid balance, over time.
Track-10: Glomerular Disorders
Glomerular disorders damage the glomeruli, the filtering components of your kidney. Foamy urine, pink urine, elevated blood pressure, and edoema in the face, hands, ankles, or feet are all symptoms. Glomerular disease can be caused by a variety of conditions. Diabetic nephropathy is the most common cause.
Track-11: Stem Cells in Renal Disorders
Mesenchyme stem cells a type of stem cell that plays a significant role in kidney healing and the body's natural defense against kidney damage. Found in the bone marrow, these stem cells protect the kidneys from injury and accelerate healing.
Track-12: Management of Hypertension
High blood pressure, often known as hypertension, is harmful because it can cause strokes, heart attacks, heart failure, and renal damage. The goal of hypertension treatment is to control excessive blood pressure while still protecting vital organs such as the brain, heart, and kidneys.
Treatment for kidney illness usually focuses on addressing the disease's root cause. This indicates that your doctor will assist you in better managing your blood pressure, blood sugar, and cholesterol levels. In the early stages of kidney disease, there are usually no signs or symptoms. The only way to find out how well your kidneys are working is to have them tested. If you have diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, or a family history of renal failure, it's critical to get checked for kidney disease. Treatment for kidney illness usually focuses on addressing the disease's root cause. This means the doctor will assist you in better managing your blood pressure, blood sugar, and cholesterol levels. In the early stages of kidney disease, there are usually no signs or symptoms.
Track-14: Renal Nutrition
A renal diet is a low-sodium, low-phosphorous, and low-protein diet. A renal diet emphasizes the significance of eating high-quality protein and, in most cases, reducing fluid intake. Some people may additionally require potassium and calcium restrictions.
- Paediatric Nephrology
- Fellows or postdoctoral students
- Nephrology Academicians
- Students pursuing an MD or PhD
- Young research scientist
- Pediatric Nephrology
- Kidney Disorders
- Nephrology & Nursing
- Diabetic Nephropathy
- Mineral and Bone Disorder in CKD
- Surgery for Renal Disease
- Clinical Trials and Case Reports
- Renal Nutrition and Metabolism
- Glomerular Disorders
- Stem Cells in Renal Disorders
- Management of Hypertension
- Drugs and Medications for Kidney Diseases
- Renal Nutrition
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