PerfWeb 25 – Renal Function, AKI, and Fluid Balance for the perfusionist - 2.0 Part 2
PerfWeb 25 – Renal Function, AKI, and Fluid Balance for the perfusionist - 2.0 Part 2

PerfWeb 25 – Renal Function, AKI, and Fluid Balance for the perfusionist - 2.0 Part 2

  • Faculty: Program director Joseph Basha, CCP; John Ingram, CCP; Keith Samolyk, CPP
  • Date: May 25th, 2019 2:45 pm
  • CEU’s: 2.6 CEUs
  • Price: $39
  • Category 1 SDCE CEU
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Saturday (May 25th 2019)

Renal Function, AKI, and Fluid Balance for the Perfusionist - 2.0

Are you fascinated by the intricate functionalities of the human kidney? Have you ever wondered how the delicate balance of fluids in our body is maintained? Do you find yourself puzzled by the complexities of acute kidney injury (AKI) and wish to deepen your understanding of this critical condition? If you've nodded along to any of these questions, then our latest video in the "Perf Web 25" series is tailored just for you.

Titled "Renal Function, AKI, and Fluid Balance—Day 2," this video offers a comprehensive dive into the world of renal health. The video is the second installment in our "Perf Web 25" series, further solidifying our commitment to delivering in-depth knowledge on critical health topics.

What to Expect?

  1. Understanding the Kidney: Explore the intricate functionalities of the kidney, which plays an essential role in filtering waste and maintaining a stable internal environment. With 64 mentions of 'kidney,' you'll walk away with a robust understanding of this vital organ.

  2. Demystifying AKI: The term 'AKI' or Acute Kidney Injury is often met with dread and confusion. Our video, with 35 mentions of 'AKI' and 26 of 'acute,' demystifies this condition, offering essential information on diagnosis, treatment, and prevention.

  3. Fluid Management: Ever wonder how your body maintains its fluid balance? With 53 mentions of 'fluid' and 14 of 'balance,' the video provides a detailed look into fluid management, explaining how it's crucial for optimal health.

  4. Renal Function: Discover what 'renal function' really means. This term is mentioned 45 times in our video, and we dive deep into its significance, how it's measured, and why it matters for your overall health.

  5. Bonus Topics: While the focus is primarily on renal function, AKI, and fluid balance, the video also touches upon dialysis and filtration, helping you understand these sub-topics in a broader context.

Who is it For?

Whether you're a healthcare professional looking to expand your knowledge, a student diving into the world of nephrology, or simply an individual interested in understanding the complexities of the human body, this video offers something for everyone.

Why Watch?

  • Expert Insights: Gain valuable insights from professionals in the field.
  • In-depth Analysis: With a conversational yet informative tone, the video provides a detailed analysis of each topic, making complex subjects easy to understand.
  • Interactive Experience: The video encourages audience interaction, making learning an engaging experience.

Call to Action

So, are you ready to unravel the complexities of renal function, AKI, and fluid balance? Subscribe to our YouTube channel and click on the notification icon to stay updated on our latest videos. Join us in this enlightening journey through the intricacies of renal health, because knowledge is not just power—it's the key to a healthier life.

09:45-10:00 Open
10:00-10:30 CRRT Vs. IHD
10:30-11:00 Integrating CRRT into your ECMO circuit
11:00-11:15 Break
11:15-11:45 Fluid overload is deadly
11:45-12:20 Discussion


Meet Your Instructor

Program director Joseph Basha, CCP

Program director Joseph Basha, CCP

Joseph has been a practicing clinical perfusionist for 40 years. Joseph is the CEO of Houston Extracorporeal Technologies and is the program director of The New Orleans Conference

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John Ingram, CCP

John Ingram, CCP

John Ingram is a magna cum laude graduate from University of Texas, Texas Heart Institute and a board certified perfusionist currently specializing in adult perfusion

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Keith Samolyk, CPP

Keith Samolyk, CPP

Keith Samolyk first started working in Perfusion in 1989 at Johns Hopkins and has worked in the Mid-Atlantic and New England and he is still very involved with the field in many ways

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