09.00-12.15     HALL F



DESCARTES Working Group (Developing Education Science and Care for Renal Transplantation in European States)
In collaboration with EKITA, the Organ Expert Section of ESOT on kidney transplantation
in Europe

Practical issues in kidney transplantation

Part I

Chairs: Marc Hazzan, Lille, France
             Umberto Maggiore, Parma, Italy

Indications and complications of bariatric surgery before and after transplantation
Franco Citterio, Rome, Italy
Transplantation into an abnormal lower urinary tract: what should the nephrologist know?
Licia Peruzzi, Turin, Italy
Thrombotic microangiopathy in kidney allograft - how to proceed?
Christophe Legendre, Paris, France
Risk scores in kidney transplantation: how useful are they?
Marc Hazzan, Lille, France

Part II

Chairs: Christophe Legendre, Paris, France
             Rainer Oberbauer, Vienna, Austria

How to avoid DGF: patient perfusion or machine kidney perfusion?
Rainer Oberbauer, Vienna, Austria
How can you improve the outcomes of your kidney transplant program?
Daniel Abramowicz, Antwerp, Belgium
Assessment of recipient alloreactivity before transplantation
Ondrej Viklicky, Prague, Czech Republic
Should we treat asymptomatic bacteriuria after renal transplantation?
Julien Coussement, Brussels, Belgium


CME Courses on May 21, 2016 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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final programme "day by day" - may 21 - 24, 2016