COVID-19 and the Kidneys: Current State of the Evidence
Dr. Kattah is assistant professor of medicine and consultant in the Division of Nephrology and Hypertension in Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. She holds a master’s degree in clinical and translational science and has a research program that focuses on reproductive health in women with kidney disease. She is the medical director of Home Dialysis Services and has spearheaded multiple initiatives using telehealth to reach patients needing nephrology care during the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Discuss the impact of chronic kidney disease on the risk for COVID-19 infection
- Discuss the association of COVID-19 and vaccines on the risk of developing acute kidney disease
- Discuss treatment of high risk patients with, or at risk for, COVID-19, including kidney transplant recipients and dialysis patients
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Sponsored by Banner Health, COVID-19 Health Disparities Initiative (funded by CDC and Arizona Center for Rural Health) and Division of Pulmonary, Allergy, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine, College of Medicine-Tucson and Arizona CEAL (NIH- OT2-HL-156812)
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If you are not able to attend the live webinar, a recording of this COVID Grand Rounds lecture will be available to view at the Arizona Community Engagement Alliance (CEAL) website, here. Click the Provider Education tab to take you to the recording. The recorded video will be available within one week after the event date.