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FORMAT:
Webcast (Enduring)

RELEASE DATE:
January 23, 2013

EXPIRATION DATE:
January 23, 2014

THERAPEUTIC AREA:
Nephrology

TARGET AUDIENCE:
Nephrologists, nephrology nurses and nurse practitioners

ACTIVITY LENGTH:
1 hour

Dialysis Center Dialogues: The KDIGO Guideline and Anemia Treatment Protocols

OVERVIEW

This one-hour, on-demand activity is an enduring Webcast of the live Web conference series held in October and November 2012 for U.S.-based dialysis centers. Topics include:

  • A summary of the 2012 KDIGO recommendations for anemia management
  • Standard anemia treatment protocols used at other dialysis centers
  • Real-life patient case scenarios illustrating who can be managed using standard anemia treatment protocols and who requires more individualized care
  • A question and answer session with advice from faculty experts

FACULTY

Jay B. Wish, MD

Andrea Easom, MA, MNSc, APN, FNP-BC, CNN-NP


This program is supported by an educational grant from Takeda Pharmaceuticals International, Inc and Affymax, Inc.

This educational activity is jointly sponsored/co-provided by Boston University School of Medicine and Spire Learning.


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