7th CLBS Symposium 2021
The theme for this year’s symposium is “The Kidney in Liver Transplant”. The science of liver transplants is closely intertwined with the art of maintaining renal function. Even in the early stages of chronic liver disease, renal function may be deranged and its optimal management will ensure a long life for the patient with chronic liver disease. As liver disease advances, kidney function will deteriorate and often consideration will have to be given for combined liver and kidney transplant or is as more popular today, sequential transplantation. On long term follow up, many transplanted patients will have deterioration in renal function and appropriate care towards this will improve long term transplant outcomes. The hepatologist, critical care and anaesthetists have been challenged to deal with liver recipients with renal impairment. In these three days, we hope to discuss all aspects of kidney care involved and try to reach a consensus where there are grey areas.
Centre for Liver and Biliary Sciences, Max Super Speciality Hospital, New Delhi, India
Program Chair: Dr (Prof) Subhash Gupta : email@example.com
Centre for Liver and Biliary Sciences : firstname.lastname@example.org