Nephrology and Hypertension Conferences is pleased to extend an invitation to all individuals to attend to the “18th International Conference on Nephrology and Hypertension’, which will be held on August 25-26, 2022 Zurich, Switzerland with the theme of “Advancements and Medication in Nursing and Healthcare’. The prestigious event will feature keynote addresses, oral presentations, an exhibition, symposia, workshops, and panel discussions. Nephrologists Congress 2022 is to examine a wide range of scientific and clinical issues of hypertension and kidney disease. 

Why to attend:

The Nephrologists Congress 2022 is a global conference concentrating on fundamental knowledge and key achievements in the ever-evolving field of nephrology and hypertension. We seek to investigate creative concepts that can transfer new discoveries into better diagnosis and treatment of Renal Diseases with the help of excellent worldwide professionals. 

Target Audience:

  • Nephrologists
  • Renal Practitioners
  • Dialysis Technicians
  • Scientists
  • Physicians
  • Geriatric Physicians
  • Medical Directors
  • Renal Professionals
  • Kidney Specialists
  • Kidney Coordinators
  • Nephrology Academicians
  • Cardiologists
  • Nurses
  • Nephrology Professors & Nephrology subject Experts
  • Pharmacists
  • Nephrology Associations and Societies
  • Renal Transplantation surgeons
  • Healthcare Faculty
  • Social Workers
  • Community care coordinators
  • Business delegates and industry professionals
  • Students

Track-1: Depression in Patients with Kidney Disease: Diagnosis and Treatment

Patients with renal disease, particularly those with no dialysis chronic kidney disease, end-stage kidney disease needing dialysis, and kidney transplant recipients, are disproportionately affected by depression. Every 6 to 12 months, patients with various types of kidney disease should be evaluated for depression.

  • Chronic kidney disease
  • Kidney transplant
  • Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor

Track-2: Urology

Urology is a branch of medicine that deals with diseases and disorders of the urinary tract in both men and women. Urologists treat diseases and problems of the urinary system, which includes the bladder, kidney, ureter, urethra, and adrenal glands.

  • Angiomyolipoma
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Azoospermia
  • Balanitis
  • Bladder

Track-3: Renal Hypertension

Renal hypertension (also known as renovascular hypertension) is a type of high blood pressure caused by constriction of the arteries that supply blood to the kidneys. Renal artery stenosis is another name for it. When your kidneys don't get enough blood, they produce a hormone that causes your blood pressure to rise.

  • Arteritis
  • Radiation fibrosis
  • Arteries blocked by grafts

Track-4: Biomarkers in Kidney and Heart disease

Fibrosis biomarkers, matrix remodeling biomarkers, and inflammation biomarkers In HF and renal failure, fibrosis, matrix remodeling, and inflammation all play key roles. CKD patients frequently emit a variety of fibrotic and inflammatory substances. On the one hand, they aid in the progression of renal function deterioration.

Track-5: Nephrology Nursing

A nephrology nurse is a registered nurse who specializes in kidney health. Patients with renal diseases, as well as those who are at risk of acquiring kidney disorders, are treated and cared for by them. This is a gradual deterioration of renal function. Chronic kidney disease has no signs until it has progressed a long way.

  • Hemodialysis
  • Peritoneal dialysis
  • Transplantation
  • Continuous renal replacement therapy
  • Conservative management

Track-6: End-Stage Renal Disease

End-stage is additionally referred to as end-stage nephritic disease (ESRD). The kidneys of individuals with ESRD perform below ten per cent of their traditional ability, which may mean they’re barely functioning or not functioning at all. ESRD is that the fifth stage of the progression of chronic renal disorder, which is measured by your glomerular filtration rate (GFR).

  • Diabetes
  • Hypertension

Track-7: Acute & Chronic Kidney Failure

A particular diet, hydration restrictions, and temporary dialysis are imposed on patients with acute renal failure until their kidneys heal. Kidney function may be restored with treatment. Chronic renal failure is a long-term condition that is rarely reversible.

  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Loss of appetite
  • Fatigue and weakness
  • Sleep problems
  • Urinating more or less

Track-8: Kidney Transplantation

A kidney transplant is a surgical operation that involves the transplantation of a healthy kidney from a living or deceased donor into a person whose kidneys have failed. The kidneys are two bean-shaped organs positioned directly below the rib cage on each side of the spine.

  • Controlling ACID-base balance
  • Removing toxins and waste products from the body.
  • Producing the hormone erythropoietin

Track-9: Renal Transplantation and Immunology

The kidney is the most frequently transplanted organ from a living donor, while the diminished benefactor transplantation occurs when the donated kidney comes from a deceased person. Immunosuppressive medications that aid in the suffocation of the invulnerable framework. Kidney transplantation for children with a specific stage of renal disease is widely accepted as a viable therapy option. End-stage kidney infection is caused by HLA and ABO incompatible transplants. In most cases, hyper acute rejection occurs within the first 24 hours of transplantation. Continuous, strong renal rejection occurs months to years after transplantation. The stage of kidney disease will determine nephrology treatment. For the most part, stages one, two, and three may be dealt with. Treatment entails making lifestyle adjustments, both now and in the future.

Track-10: Acute Kidney Injury

Acute excretory organ injury (AKI) is a sudden episode of failure or excretory organ injury that occurs over a period of many hours or days. AKI causes a build-up of waste products in your blood, making it difficult for your kidneys to maintain a healthy fluid balance in your body. AKI can also affect organs other than the kidneys, such as the brain, heart, and lungs. Acute excretory organ injury is widespread in hospitalized patients, especially in intensive care units, and especially in the elderly.

Track-11: Onconephrology

Onconephrology is a growing nephrology specialization "In 2011, the American Society of Nephrology (ASN) held a discussion on the area of onconephrology to better collective consideration after kidney and upper urinary tract aggravation. Genetic nephritis, a rare acquired disorder that harms patients with renal disease, is the third type of nephritis." Randomized controlled trials in a subspecialty like onconephrology must be possible when there is a collaborative effort among nephrologists and malignant growth specialists from across the world who collaborate and share ideas at global events. This has prompted nephrologists to try out novel and, in some cases, unproven drugs from the focused on therapy operators with kidney side effects.

Track-12: Nephrology Treatment

Treatment. Medication, blood products, surgical interventions (urology, vascular, or surgical procedures), renal replacement therapy (dialysis or kidney transplants), and plasma exchange are all options in nephrology. Most common treatment for kidney disease is hemodialysis is performed in a dialysis Centre, and it is the most prevalent treatment for kidney failure.

Track-13: Glomerulonephritis

Nephritis is a group of disorders that affect a component of the excretory organ that filters blood (called glomeruli). It's also known as nephrotic syndrome or nephritis in other contexts. Glomerulonephritis can occur on its own or as part of a more serious illness like lupus or diabetes. In humans, glomerulonephritis-related inflammation that is severe or persistent can cause kidney damage. Pink or cola-colored pee (hematuria), foamy urine due to excess protein (proteinuria), and fluid retention (oedema) with swelling of the face, hands, feet, and belly are common nephrotic symptoms.

Track-14: Diagnosis of Nephrotic Syndrome

Heavy proteinuria, peripheral edoema, and hypoalbuminemia, as well as hyperlipidemia, are all symptoms of nephrotic syndrome. The diagnosis of nephrotic syndrome is made based on a number of clinical signs and symptoms, with severe proteinuria and hypoalbuminemia being the most common. Secondary reasons such as systemic lupus erythematosus, diabetes mellitus, and drug side effects are ruled out by the patient's history and selected diagnostic investigations. Primary membranous nephropathy and focal segmental glomerulosclerosis are the most common histologic subtypes of primary nephrotic syndrome in adults, accounting for the majority of cases. Venous thrombosis and hyperlipidemia are two serious consequences of nephrotic syndrome.

Track-15: Surgery in Renal                                                      

Glomerular filtration is the procedure by which the kidneys channel the blood, expelling overabundance squanders and liquids. Glomerular filtration rate (GFR) is an estimation that decides how well the blood is sifted by the kidneys. It is one way to deal with measure kidney types. They are Acute kidney infection is the abrupt loss of kidney work that happens when significant levels of waste results of the body's digestion collect in the blood. Pediatric Kidney Disease can impact kids in various manners, going from treatable issue s without long haul results to perilous conditions. Hypertension Uncontrolled hypertension can harm numerous organs in the body including kidneys. The inspiration driving the kidney infection diet is to constrain the measure of protein in the eating routine so less urea is delivered. 

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