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Astute Medical, Inc. organizará el 33. simposio anual en el congreso ISICEM sobre daño renal
Date:3/13/2013

SAN DIEGO, 14 de marzo 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- El daño renal agudo (DRA) está aumentando en todo el mundo y afecta a millones de pacientes hospitalizados cada año. Líderes en cuidados intensivos comentarán técnicas innovadoras para evaluar el riesgo de DRA en un simposio educativo que se celebrará el miércoles 20 de marzo de 2013 a las 12:30 durante el 33.º simposio internacional sobre Cuidados Intensivos y Medicina de Urgencias (ISICEM, Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine) en Bruselas (Bélgica). Los participantes interesados pueden visitar AKIAssessment.com para registrarse en línea. Los participantes en el evento y otras personas interesadas podrán seguir el evento a través de Twitter @ACuteKidneyMan.

El Dr. John Kellum de la Universidad de Pittsburgh examinará la patogénesis delDRA, presentará las últimas investigaciones [VER ESTUDIO] y destacará dos biomarcadores que han resultado ser muy precisos en la evaluación del riesgo de DRA [VÍDEO] y mejores que los métodos actuales. El Dr. Lakhmir Chawla de la Universidad George Washington y el Dr. Andrew Shaw del centro médico de la Universidad Duke comentarán los biomarcadores de la restricción del ciclo celular en el DRA, así como las implicaciones prácticas para su tratamiento.

Cada vez más, los médicos de los hospitales de todo el mundo están expresando su preocupación sobre los riesgos para la salud y la carga de los costes del DRA .

"Con una incidencia similar a la del infarto de miocardio y con una elevada tasa de mortalidad, el ataque renal debería considerarse
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