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The Hong Kong Society of Nephrology was established since 1979. It is a non-profit making professional organization consisting of doctors, nurses and other allied health staff who are interested in renal diseases.

Newsletter

2018 NewsLetter

Hong Kong Society of Nephrology E-newsletter (Issue 3; December 2018)

Dear Members,

This issue marks my first message as Chairman of the Hong Kong Society of Nephrology.

On behalf of the Society, I am most delighted to present to you our December issue of e-newsletter in 2018.  Apart from reporting the events that took place during the last few months, I also highlight some of the activities for 2019, so please pencil down the dates on your diary and support the activities organized by the Society.  The photos and details of recent events can be browsed at the following hyperlinks:


  1. “Current Practice of SHPT Treatment in Hong Kong” by Dr. Sze-kit Yuen & “Etelcalcetide: A New Treatment Option in the Management of SHPT in Haemodialysis Patients” by Prof. Sir John Cunningham (11 October 2018)
  2. Integrated Heart Failure Management Workshop: Perspectives from Cardiologist, Geriatrician and Nephrologist. “Chronic Heart Failure Care Planning: Considerations in Older Patients” by Prof. Jacqueline Taylor, “Cardiovascular Risk Factors Specific to Chronic Kidney Disease – Relevant to Heart Failure Patients?” by Prof. Patrick Mark, and “Management of Comorbidities in Heart failure” by Prof. Roy Gardner (10 November 2018)
  3. “Cardiovascular and Renal Microvascular Outcome Study with Linagliptin in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (CARMELINA)” by Prof. Per-Henrik Groop (19 November 2018)
  4. “Genetics and Nephrology: A Personal Perspective” by Prof. Patrick Maxwell (5 December 2018)
  5. “Expanded Haemodialysis from Science to Solution” by Prof. Colin Hutchison and “HDx Haemodialysis: A Single-Centre Experience” by Dr. Darwin Lam (6 December 2018)
  6. “Clinical Advances in the Treatment of Hyperkalemia and Renal Anaemia” by Prof. Simon Roger (10 December 2018)

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Together with the entire Council and the Senor Advisor of the Society, may we wish you all Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!



YL Cheng
Chairman
Hong Kong Society of Nephrology

 

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