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Clayton Hotel Galway

Ballybrit

H91 D526 Galway

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Hi Impact Critical Care 2020 will examine topics in areas of nephrology and metabolic disorders.

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High Impact Critical Care Conference – 4.0Provisional Programme

Metabolic and Renal Critical Care

November 6th 2020 Clayton Hotel Galway, Ireland

Strictly Limited Tickets - Early Bird Rate Now Available

MORNING SESSION

07.00 Registration opens – Coffee/ Tea Available

07.30 – 09.00 Workshop (fully interactive session.) Pre-Conference Workshop

Part 1: How to Read a Blood Gas

Part 2: Common problems encountered during continuous renal replacement therapy - and how to fix them.

09.00 Short Coffee Break

Session 1 Urinary Tract Infections (Saolta Sepsis session)

09.15-09.40 Common UTIs and Critical Illness

09.40-10.00 Weird Kidney Infections

Coffee

Session 2: Acute Kidney Injury (HI Impact)

10.30 – 10.45 The serum creatinine is no longer fit for purpose (biomarkers)

10.45 – 11.00 Start a furosemide infusion now!

11.00 – 11.15 Pro: We Should Be Administering CRRT Early

11.15 - 11.30 Con: We Should Delay Administering CRRT

Short Break

Session 3 Advances in Acute Kidney Injury & Renal Replacement Therapy

11.45- 12.30 Acute Kidney Injury in Critical Illness (including sepsis)

12.30- 13.00 Standards and Advances in Renal Replacement Therapy

LUNCH (Included in registration)

AFTERNOON SESSION

Session 4: Galway Soapbox (Hi Impact)

Hang around to hear the afternoon rants!

14.15 -14.30 High Lactate - no acidosis!

14.30 -14.45 Ketoacidosis is more common than you think

15.00—15.15 The pH is <7 - should I give sodium bicarbonate? What else can I do?

15.15 – 15.30 Why does nobody understand metabolism in critical illness?

15.30 – 15.45 Chloride – is it harmful or is it a myth?

16.00 - Finish

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