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Renal support therapy

This topic is a part of the E-learning programme (ESCeL) on Acute Cardiovascular Care which offers a portfolio of 79 chapters among 11 sections.

Renal dysfunction is frequently a component of multiple organ dysfuntion, a complex syndrome affecting the most severely ill critical care patients.

This chapter will address assessment and management of the acutely unwell cardiac patient with Acute Kidney Injury requiring renal replacement therapy, and the implementation of renal support in these patients.

This content offers the learner a focused and interactive educational experience based on the ESC Textbook of Intensive and Acute Cardiovascular Care, 2nd edition 2015 - by Dr Claudio Ronco and Dr Zaccaria Ricci.

What’s inside?

4 courses on:

  • Introduction
  • The History of Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy
  • Renal Support Modalities
  • Implementing Renal Replacement Therapy

Each course ends with a MCQs test.

How to access online courses?

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Course Co-ordinator

  • Dr Susanna Price
  • Dr Sofie Gevaert

Course Contributors

  • Dr Jeremy Hill

  • Dr Brijesh Patel

  • Dr Richard Fisher