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Conference Registration and Workshop Sign-up

If you have already registered for 2019 online with a credit card
you may sign-in using your Email Address and Password.

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Before selecting the appropriate registration form below, please review all the information on this page.

Upon completion of a credit card registration you will be able to use the password you enter to access your registration record and make changes/additions to workshops and elective activities. To cancel an elective activity please contact conference admin at crrt@res-inc.com. Refunds are not issued online.

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  1. Physicians / Other (MD, PhD, etc.)
  2. Physicians In Training (*Fellow, *Residents)
  3. Nurses
  4. Allied Personnel (Dieticians, Pharmacists)
  5. Industry Professional

*with letter of verification from department head


If applicable, please use password from AKI & CRRT 2018 to assist with registration.
(enter and select Register for AKI & CRRT 2019 below)

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1. Early Bird Registration

On or before January 7, 2019

2. Pre-registration

January 8, 2019 - February 4, 2019

3. Registration

February 5 - March 1, 2019 On-Site

REGISTRATION INFORMATION
All participants must register and pay the appropriate fee. Conference registrants will have access to all plenary sessions, standard workshops and poster sessions. The registration fee includes CME accreditation, conference syllabus on digital media, coffee in the morning and at breaks, receptions on Tuesday and Wednesday, and lunches on Wednesday and Thursday. On-site registration will begin on Monday, February 25. Poster Viewing will begin on Tuesday evening February 26. For additional registration times see the program.

Registration Fee does not include Elective CRRT Workshop or AKI Symposium

Registration Fees
(includes standard conference workshops)

Early Bird Registration

Pre-registration

Registration

Physicians / Other (MD, PhD, etc.)
With Multimedia Package

$730
$930

$830
$1030

$895
$1095

Physicians In Training*
With Multimedia Package

$530
$730

$630
$830

$675
$875

Nurses
With Multimedia Package

$530
$730

$630
$830

$675
$875

Allied Personnel (Dieticians, Pharmacists)
With Multimedia Package

$530
$730

$630
$830

$675
$875

Industry Professional
With Multimedia Package

$730
$930

$830
$1030

$895
$1095

*Fellow/Residents - Letter of verification from Department Head required.

Elective Symposium and
Workshop Fees

Early Bird Registration

Pre-registration

Registration

Two Day or Full Day (CRRT or AKI)
AKI With Multimedia

$250
$375

$270
$395

$290
$415

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 February 1, 2019. Allow 6-8 weeks for refund.

ELECTIVE CRRT WORKSHOP and AKI SYMPOSIUM

  PRE-CONFERENCE ELECTIVE TWO DAY CRRT WORKSHOP
  Details
  Monday, Feb. 25- 1:45-6:00pm and Tuesday, Feb. 26 - 7:45am-5:30pm
  (includes Tuesday lunch and breaks both days)
    Practice Based Learning in CRRT: The Science and the Art

  PRE-CONFERENCE ELECTIVE FULL DAY AKI SYMPOSIUM
  Details
  sponsored by:
  The UAB-UCSD O’Brien Core Center for Kidney Injury Research

  Tuesday, February 26 (7:55am-5:30pm, includes lunch, breaks)
  AKI & CRRT 2019 registration is not required to attend this symposium.
    Changing Paradigms in Acute Kidney Injury:
    From Mechanisms to Management

     With Post-Conference Online Presentation add $125 Details




MEET THE EXPERT
$50 each
Limited to the first 30 delegates per session, includes breakfast. These sessions allow participants to meet and interact with internationally renowned experts in an informal setting over breakfast. This is an excellent opportunity to ask questions, learn how these experts manage patients, get guidance for projects and network. Choose 1 of 2 sessions on either day.

Wednesday Morning, February 27 - 7:00-8:15am
          ME1 How I Treat Septic Shock
               Jean Louis Vincent and Kathleen Liu
  Or    ME2  How do I Manage the Fluid Overloaded Patient?
              Stuart Goldstein and Sean Bagshaw

Thursday Morning, February 28 - 7:00-8:15am
          ME3  How I Use AKI Biomarkers in My Practice
              Claudio Ronco and Alex Zarbock
  Or    ME4  What Blood Pressure do I Target in My ICU Patients?
              John Kellum and Patrick Murray

Friday Morning, March 1 - 6:45-8:00am
          ME5  When do I Start RRT in My ICU
              John Kellum and Marlies Ostermann
  Or    ME6  How do I Manage Oliguria
              Lui Forni and Patrick Murray

ONLINE MULTIMEDIA PRESENTATIONS
$200 with registration
Purchase of this package enables you to review presentations in a state-of-the-art format that includes streaming audio/video, and synchronized slides. Make this purchase now (with registration selection above) and SAVE significantly over post-conference purchase of individual plenary sessions and workshops. Details

BREAKFAST AND LUNCH SYMPOSIA
These symposia are included with registration but have limited enrollment, RSVPs are required and are made during registration. There are 2 continental breakfast options on Wednesday and Thursday. There are 4 lunch options on Wednesday and Thursday. CME is available for all. Additional sponsored breakfasts and lunches may be added at a later date.

BREAKFAST SYMPOSIA – Wednesday
A. Drug Induced Kidney Injury in the Critically Ill Patient
Linda Awdishu (Moderator)
Patrick Murray and Melanie Joy (Discussants)
Patients in the ICU are exposed to several different drugs to treat the underlying disease and support organ function. This symposium will highlight the practical aspects of drug handling in critically ill patients and illustrate how patients should be evaluated for risk for drug induced kidney injury, how should they be dosed and monitored for adjustments in drug dosing.

B. Therapeutic Challenges in AKI and CKD: Managing Hypo and Hyperkalemia
Ron Wald (Moderator)
Qi Qian and Andrew Lewington (Discussants)
This symposium will cover the pathophysiology and management of hypo and hyperkalemia in critically ill patients using illustrative cases. What are the newer therapeutic drugs available and how should they be used When and how should RRT be used in these situations?

LUNCH SYMPOSIA – Wednesday
W1 – Citrate Anticoagulation for CRRT: Techniques and Results
           The Why, How and What of Citrate Anticoagulation - Ashita Tolwani
           Automated Citrate Delivery: Does it Work? - Matthieu LeGrand
           Metabolic Consequences of Citrate - Marlies Ostermann

W2 – Phenotypes of Shock: Which Fluid, Which Vasopressor?
           Fluid Responsiveness Ohenotypes: Lessons from ARDS Trials
             Kathleen Liu
           Shock States differ in Response to Vasopressors - Lui Forni
           Is the Microcirculation the Appropriate Target for
             Fluids and Vasopressors?
- Can Ince

W3 – Extracorporeal Organ Support (ECOS) for Multi Organ Failure and Sepsis
           Advances in Membrane Technology - Claudio Ronco
           Sorbent Based Toxin Removal -
John Kellum
           Apheresis Techniques: Do They Have a Role? -
Eisei Noiri

W4 – Quality Metrics in AKI and CRRT: Establishing Benchmarks
           Quality of Care in AKI: What are the Consensus
             Recommendation from ADQI?
- Kianoush Kashani
           Implementing a Quality Program for AKI in Your ICU:
             Lessons from Pediatrics
- Theresa Mottes
           What Benchmarks Should we Use for Measuring Quality in CRRT?
             Sean Bagshaw

BREAKFAST SYMPOSIA – Thursday
C. Innovations in Caring for Patients with Dysnatremias
Kianoush Kashani (Moderator)
Qi Qian and Andrew Lewington (Discussants)
Dysnatremias are commonly encountered in ICU patients and are often difficult to manage. This symposium will cover the pathophysiology of hypo and hypernatremia and discuss the practical issues for management of these disorders with novel agents and describe how RRT can be used for severe disorders.

D. Managing AKI in the Patient with Cancer
Marlies Ostermann (Moderator)
Mitch Rosner and Melanie Joy (Discussant)
The number of anticancer drugs are increasingly expanding and commonly cause kidney injury. This symposium will discuss how to prevent drug nephrotoxicity, adjust doses of anticancer medicines and manage patients who develop AKI in the setting cancer therapy.

LUNCH SYMPOSIA – Thursday
T1 – Precision Medicine for All: Challenges and Opportunities for Critical Illness
          Can We be Precise for Critical Care? - John Kellum
          Endophenotypes in AKI: Path to Precision Interventions?
            Jonathan Himmelfarb
          Should we Focus on Personalized Medicine Rather than Precision?
            Jean-Louis Vincent

T2 – Hydration and Kidney Health
          Fluid Therapy for AKI: When, How and What? - Qi Qian
          AKI and Exercise: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly - Emmanuel Burdmann
          Vasopressin and Kidney Injury - Magdalena Madero

T3 – Imaging Techniques in Critically Ill Patients with Kidney Disease
          Should we Avoid Radiocontrast Enhanced Imaging? - Mitch Rosner
          What is the Role of MRI? - Nick Selby
          What About Newer Imaging Techniques? - Claude Sirlin

T4 – Targeting Renal Recovery from Critical Illness
          How Should we Monitor for Renal Recovery? - John Prowle
          Do we Have Biomarkers that Predict Recovery? - Chirag Parikh
          Caring for the AKI Survivor: What is Required? - Ron Wald

OPTIONAL LUNCH LECTURES
Additional Non-CME Lunches are being planned and will post soon.

PLEASE NOTE: Only the Breakfast and Lunch Symposia listed are included with registration, no additional breakfasts or lunches will be provided.

PRINTED SYLLABUS
$45 each
Spiral-bound, 8.5x11 booklet, approx. 120 pages (a complete digital version on usb drive is included with registration.)