Nephrology 2019

Dec 02-03, 2019

Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE)

WORLD NEPHROLOGISTS MEETING

Lexis Group of Conferences is pleased to invite you to attend the World nephrologists meeting (Nephrology 2019), which will take place in Dubai, December 09 – 10, 2019. The theme of the World Nephrologists Meeting is “New Era’s innovations and Future Generation Concepts of Nephrology” The theme will allow the dissemination and discussion of cutting edge research.

World nephrologists meeting will bring together leading pioneers and emerging experts in nephrology, dialysis, and kidney transplantation from industry and academia. The conference is a unique opportunity for renal health care providers to learn new developments related to kidney disease and all aspects of nephrology.

The nephrology congress scientific program will offer keynote & plenary lectures, submitted oral presentations and poster sessions. Beside the session lecture theatres and workshops, you will also find numerous exhibitors presenting their contributions. It is designed for kidney doctors in the academia and private sector, residents and fellows with a special interest in nephrology, dialysis & kidney disease, general internists, physician assistants, pharmacists, nurse practitioners, nurses and technicians, renal and clinical dietitians and social workers.

Facts and Figures: Approximately 10% of the world population has kidney failure, millions die each year and over 2 million receiving dialysis. More than 661,000 Americans affected by chronic kidney disease (CKD). Of these, 468,000 End stage renal disease patients are on dialysis, and nearly 193,000 live with a functioning kidney transplant, health expenditure likely to exceed $48 billion per year in USA. The majority of the kidney diseases treated in only five countries: the United States, Italy, Brazil, Germany, and Japan. Kidney failure is one of the main health crisis in Australia, England, Uruguay, China India and in middle east countries. Around in 112 countries kidney disease patients cannot afford treatment cost resulting more than one million die each year from untreated kidney diseases.

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