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SPECIAL SESSION 2

 

ROOM BEYAZIT       14:30 - 17:45

 

 

Developing Nephrology

This Symposium is dedicated to the presentation and discussion of difficulties and solutions found in organizing a system aimed at providing adequate access to dialysis and renal care in developing countries.

 
 

Part I
 

Developing renal transplantation in the Balkan area
  

 

Chairs: Petar Kes, Zagreb, Croatia
            Goce Spasovski, Skopje, F.Y.R. of Macedonia

 
Bosnia and Herzegovina. Current status and ways to improve transplantation
Halima Resic, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
  
Serbia. Dialysis standard and plans for transplantation
Nada Dimkovic, Belgrade, Serbia
 
Montenegro. Development of transplantation program
Marina Ratkovic, Podgotica, Montenegro
 
Kosovo*. How to manage for getting patients transplanted?
Venera Hasangjekaj-Gjuka, Prishtina, Kosovo*
 
Albania. Current situation and perspectives for transplantation
Nestor Thereska, Tirana, Albania
 
F.Y.R. of Macedonia. Protocol kidney graft biopsies in the clinical practice
Jelka Masin-Spasovska, Skopje, F.Y.R. of Macedonia

   

* This designation is without prejudice to positions on status, and is in line with UNSCR 1244/99 and the ICJ Opinion on the Kosovo declaration of independence.
 

 

Part II
 
Activities for prevention of CKD and optimization of RRT
 


Chairs: Rosanna Coppo, Turin, Italy
            Natalia Tomilina, Moscow, Russia


Russia. Past and present of RRT
Natalia Tomilina and Boris Bikbov, Moscow, Russia

 
Romania. CKD prevention and RRT
Adalbert Schiller, Timisoara, Romania
 
Moldova. RRT organization
Petru Cepoida, Chisinau, Moldova
 
Lithuania. From RRT to CKD prevention
Inga Bumblyte, Kaunas, Lithuania
  
Estonia. Developments of activities for the prevention of CKD
Mai Rosenberg, Tartu, Estonia
 
Belarus. Improving RRT
Kirill Komissarov, Minsk, Belarus
 
Tunisia. CKD prevention
Fatma Ben Moussa, Tunis, Tunisia
 
Algeria. RRT organization
Tahat Rayane, Blida, Algeria
 


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