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Pre-conference programme

We are excited to announce an interesting programme of pre-conferences on Sunday, March 23, 2025. If you would like to attend a pre-conference, registration is required. Pre-conferences can be booked when registering for the main conference. If you are already registered, you can add a pre-conference to your registration by emailing your preferred pre-conference to finance@cienciemeetings.com. You will receive an adjusted invoice by email.

Pre-conferences are offered with lunch (grab-and-go lunch boxes) as moments for networking and getting together. Lunch is between 12:30 – 13:30 Rome time. All pre-conferences are held at the same venue.

Nephrology 2025

Nephrology 2025 stands as a global platform dedicated to sharing incredible research on the diagnosis, prevention, and management of nephrological and urological issues. This international conference encourages active participation from diverse professionals, creating an inclusive environment for learning, sharing, and networking. It aims to advance the collective understanding of nephrology and urology, driving innovation and collaboration among individuals.

With a focus on providing comprehensive exposure to the intricacies of nephrology and urology, Nephrology 2025 serves as a valuable resource for researchers, practitioners, and experts. The conference not only offers a detailed exploration of topics within nephrology and urology but also provides insights into novel inventions and techniques shaping the field.

Attendees, including nephrologists, urologists, gastroenterologists, pathologists, immunologists, physicians, rheumatologists, and pediatricians, among others, will have the chance to showcase their research and expand their knowledge.

About Nephrology

Nephrology is a medical specialty dedicated to the study and treatment of kidney diseases. It covers a broad spectrum of conditions, including chronic kidney disease (CKD), acute kidney injury (AKI), and end-stage renal disease (ESRD). Nephrologists manage these conditions, often linked to diabetes and hypertension, aiming to slow disease progression and prevent complications.

Treatment methods in nephrology include medications, lifestyle changes, dialysis, and kidney transplantation. Dialysis, essential for ESRD patients, comes in two forms: hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis. Advances in nephrology research focus on understanding disease mechanisms, improving diagnostics, and developing innovative treatments like bioengineered kidneys.

The field's interdisciplinary approach integrates internal medicine, pathology, and surgery, reflecting its critical role in comprehensive patient care. Early detection and intervention remain key in managing kidney diseases, underscoring the importance of ongoing research and clinical advancements in nephrology.

About Urology

Urology is a medical specialty focused on the urinary tract system and male reproductive organs. It encompasses the diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of conditions, including urinary tract infections (UTIs), kidney stones, bladder control problems, and cancers of the urinary tract, such as bladder, kidney, and prostate cancer.

Urologists also address male reproductive health issues, such as erectile dysfunction, male infertility, and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). Treatment methods in urology include medications, minimally invasive procedures, and surgeries. Advances in urology have led to innovative treatments like robotic-assisted surgery and laser therapies, enhancing precision and patient outcomes.

Research in urology continually seeks to improve understanding of disease mechanisms, develop new diagnostic tools, and create more effective treatments. The specialty's comprehensive approach integrates aspects of nephrology, oncology, and reproductive health, highlighting its critical role in managing both urinary and male reproductive health.

Symptoms of kidney failure

Kidney failure, also known as end-stage renal disease (ESRD), occurs when the kidneys can no longer effectively filter waste and excess fluids from the blood. Symptoms often develop gradually and can be subtle initially. Common symptoms include persistent fatigue, decreased energy, and weakness, which result from the accumulation of toxins in the blood. Swelling, or edema, particularly in the legs, ankles, and feet, occurs due to fluid retention.

Patients may experience changes in urination patterns, such as reduced urine output, dark or foamy urine, and frequent urination, especially at night. Other symptoms include shortness of breath, caused by fluid buildup in the lungs, nausea, vomiting, and loss of appetite, which can lead to weight loss. Additionally, kidney failure can cause persistent itching, muscle cramps, and high blood pressure that is difficult to control. Cognitive issues like difficulty concentrating and confusion may also arise. Early detection and management are crucial to prevent the progression of kidney failure.

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