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41st Vicenza Course on AKI&CRRT
After two years of pandemic, in June 2022 we were able to restore the “in person” structure of the International Vicenza Course. We still had the possibility for remote attendants to follow the course in Streaming, but the physical attendance was beyond any expectation and we are now planning the 41st edition of the course fully “In presence”. In this upcoming edition it is our intention to offer, on one side the most useful educational sessions containing advances and breakthrough technologies, but on the other side, basic concepts and practical information to allow beginners and advanced users to improve their knowledge and skills in the area of Acute Kidney Injury and related diagnostic procedures and therapeutic strategies. For this reason, we will continue with our tradition of a true educational course and not a simple yearly conference. We will maintain the structure that over the years has demonstrated to be useful for the audience and excellent in facilitating contacts among specialists and experts of the field. The structure of the program will consist in a series of sessions designed to enable the attendees to explore in depth the topics where new evidence exists. The scientific program will be integrated by industry sponsored symposia, meet the expert sessions and short presentations in the traditional space dedicated to the industry-academic alliance. The course will take place in the Fiera (IEG) Convention Center in Vicenza. Once again topics related to the multidisciplinary field of critical care nephrology will represent the main content of the course: AKI in different pathological conditions, diagnosis, pathophysiology, prevention and therapeutic strategies; biomarkers and other diagnostic techniques; Sepsis and related mechanisms including viral, bacterial and other infections; indications and timing for RRT, modalities of RRT, Dose and prescription, membranes and sorbents, outcome measures, information communication technology related to healthcare and critical care nephrology, results of the nomenclature and other consensus conferences proposed by ADQI and many other topics. The participation to this event will be, as in the past, an unforgettable experience and an exceptional occasion to meet your favorite opinion leaders in the field of critical care nephrology. The city of Vicenza will be happy to accommodate again this fantastic educational event with its culture and architectural beauties.