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Acute kidney injury but long-term consequences!

1st June 17:00-18:00

Acute kidney injury is a common problem in hospitalised patients, often occurring in the context of severe illness, e.g. sepsis, COVID-19, heart failure or post operatively. AKI is associated with increased in-patient mortality. Although the majority of patients with AKI recover kidney function, a significant proportion are left with long term chronic kidney disease and associated elevated risk of cardiovascular disease. This webinar will highlight recent clinical and translational approaches to addressing both AKI and its long-term sequelae.


Convenors: Professor Paddy Mark, University of Glasgow 

Paddy Mark is Professor of Nephrology at the University of Glasgow and Honorary Consultant Nephrologist at the Glasgow Renal and Transplant Unit based at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital Glasgow. He leads a number of clinical trials in nephrology. His work is funded by the British Heart Foundation, NIHR, Chief Scientist Office Scotland and MRC. 

Learning goals for the episode

  1. Be aware of epidemiology of acute kidney injury (AKI) in hospitalised patients. 
  1. Increased understanding of mechanisms of how acute kidney injury occurs. 
  1. Understand recovery of kidney function following an episode of acute kidney injury 
  1. Awareness of the long-term consequences of acute kidney injury on kidney and cardiovascular health 

Who should attend this webinar?

General physicians, GPs, Nephrologists, Intensive care physicians, scientists interested in kidney  

What questions will be raised in this webinar?

What interventions might reduce the incidence of AKI? 

What therapeutic approaches might enhance recovery from AKI? 

What does follow up of patients with AKI entail? 

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