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Nephrology Summit 2020

2nd European Congress on Nephrology, Internal Medicine and Kidney Diseases 2020

Lisbon, Portugal
16 - 17 November 2020
19 days until the conference begins

Important Dates

Early Bird Deadline
28th March 2020
Abstract Submission Deadline
27th August 2020
Abstract Acceptance Notification
31st August 2020
Final Abstract / Full Paper Deadline
13th November 2020

About Nephrology Summit 2020

Nephrology Summit 2020 welcomes every one of the members over the globe to go to the 2nd European Congress on Nephrology, Internal Medicine and Kidney Diseases which will be held from Nov 16-17, 2020 in Lisbon, Portugal concentrating on ebb and flow and future strategies on Nephrology, Internal medication and Kidney Disease. The current year's yearly congress features the theme, ''Mastering Medicine towards Renal Care'' which will give a universal stage to dialog and sharing original thoughts regarding present and future parts of Nephrology and Renal Care.

Topics

Nephrology, Neonatal nephrology and hypertension

Call for Papers

The speed of progressions in nephrology has been stimulated by the assurance that new revelations may improve the thought of patients encountering renal ailment. This improvement is, all things considered, as a result of the expansion of the Chronic Kidney Diseases (CKD) getting masses, propelling human administrations transport models in a period of over the top budgetary necessity and mechanical progression modifying care movement to renal infection patients. To suit the heterogenic renal patient people and the wide arrangement of preparing settings, the nephrologist must be set up to fill in as the patient's fundamental thought provider or conceivably subspecialty master. The use of agreeable practice models in renal thought is fundamental to address the issues of this rapidly broadening patient mass.

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