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T40 - Nutrition for the Pediatric Patient with Renal Disease - A Comprehensive Overview (T40)

‐ Mar 29, 2022 3:00pm


  1. Describe best practices in providing optimal nutrition management, including assessment and intervention over different stages of kidney disease in the pediatric patient
  2. Summarize renal pathology in children and how it relates to nutritional difficulties
  3. Describe current evidence and best practices for initial and longitudinal nutritional assessment and nutrition therapy of the pediatric patient with chronic kidney disease, including management of transplant patients and patients on dialysis
  4. Explain current evidence and best practices for providing optimal nutrition to the critically ill child with acute kidney disease, including how to assess nutrition status in setting of fluid shifts, determining and providing nutrition therapy including macronutrient and micronutrient considerations, and nutrition therapy in patients requiring dialysis or continuous renal replacement therapy

Overview of Kidney Disease in the Pediatric Patient -From Acute Kidney Injury to End-stage Kidney Disease

Bradley Warady, MD, Professor in Pediatrics, University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine; Division Director, Pediatric Nephrology; Director, Dialysis and Transplantation; McLaughlin Family Endowed Chair in Nephrology, Children’s Mercy Kansas City, Kansas City, MO

Nutrition Management and Therapy for the Pediatric Patient with Chronic Renal Disease – From Outpatient Care to Renal Transplant
Paige Balgie, RD, CSP, LP, Pediatric Clinical Dietitian, University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital, Minneapolis, MN

Challenges in Nutrition Management of the Critically Ill Child with Acute Kidney Injury
Heather Skillman, MS, RD, CSP, CNSC, Pediatric Critical Care Dietitian, Clinical Nutrition, Children’s Hospital of Colorado, Aurora, CO

Paige Balgie, RD, CSP, LP

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This session includes pediatric content