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January Article of the Month

Check out this review of ‘CARPEDIEM® FOR CONTINUOUS KIDNEY REPLACEMENT THERAPY IN NEONATES AND SMALL INFANTS: A FRENCH MULTICENTER RETROSPECTIVE STUDY,’ performed by Dr. Tom Forbes, a Pediatric Nephrologist in Melbourne Australia. In this review he summarizes a cohort study on outcomes of neonates who have been treated with the Carpediem machine. For more information, read the complete summary or the article.

 

Neonatal Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) PAS Postgraduate Course

Want to learn more about neonatal AKI and recent advances in the field? Join us Friday April 28th for a PAS Postgraduate Course covering basic, translational, and clinical science topics ranging from fetal physiology to post-discharge AKI follow-up.

To register and for more information, visit: https://www.pas-meeting.org/2023-pre-conference-programs/

PAS 2023

 

Virtual Education Symposium on Neonatal Nephrology

2022 Symposium Flyyer

We had a great turnout for our first Educational Symposium. If you didn’t get a chance to watch, make sure to check out the video here: The ABCs of Neonatal Kidney Health

See Virtual Education Symposium Flyyer.

 

Podcast – Cribsiders with Michelle Starr

Check out this podcast of the Cribsiders with Michelle Starr detailing the neonatal region of NephMadness!

 

Six2 Crew: Neonatal Nephrology Internship

Congratulations to our first group of Six2 Crew interns. Our 8 interns include pediatric residents, chief residents, as well as fellows in neonatology and nephrology (or both!). During their two years with the program, they will rotate through each committee and learn more about the work of the NKC. Join us in welcoming them to the NKC!

first group of Six2 Crew interns

 

Recent Neonatal Kidney Publications

We have created a page on the website which pulls directly from PubMed the newest articles in neonatal kidney disease. While this is not an inclusive list, we hope that this is a helpful resource for NKC members to stay up to date on the new publications in the field.

 

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