CME 6

09.00-13.00   EMERALD

 

Disorders of mineral and electrolyte metabolism and acid-base balance
  

Chairs: Giovambattista Capasso, Naples, Italy
            Robert Unwin, London, UK
 

First part

Potassium. Basic physiology

Matthew Bailey, Edinburgh, UK

Potassium. Clinical application, case 1

Philippe Jaeger, London, UK

Potassium. Clinical application, case 2

Paolo Mené, Rome, Italy
 

Second part

Sodium. Basic

Felix Knauf, Nuremberg, Germany

Sodium. Clinical application, case 1

Robert Zietse, Rotterdam, Netherlands

Sodium. Clinical application, case 2

Ewout Hoorn, Rotterdam, Netherlands
 

Third part

Divalent cations. Basic

Carsten Wagner, Zurich, Switzerland

Divalent cations. Clinical application, case 1

Piergiorgio Messa, Milan, Italy

Divalent cations. Clinical application, case 2

Pascal Houillier, Paris, France
  

Fourth part

Renal participation to acid-base regulation
Dominique Eladari, Paris, France

Acid base. Clinical application, case 1

Qi Qian, Rochester, USA

Acid base. Clinical application, case 2

Orson Moe, Dallas, USA

   

CME Courses on May 31, 2014 are reserved to regularly registered congress members and are included in the registration fee. In order to participate in the CME Courses, all regularly registered congress members must go to the session halls and have their badge scanned by the hostesses at the entrance (at participant’s own responsibility). Please note that the seat capacity of the conference rooms is limited, therefore participation in these courses will be on a “first come first served” basis.

  

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