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Instructional Course

068IC - Nutrition Counseling for the Prevention of Urolithiasis

Monday, May 21
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: MCC WEST, 2002

Medical nutrition therapy (MNT) can control and prevent urolithiasis of various etiologies. Proper medical management includes nutrition counseling specific to the patient's individual risk factors. This course will review for urologists and allied health professionals the different stone-forming mechanisms as they pertain to dietary management. Specifically, methods for prevention of different stone types by nutritional counseling will be presented.

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Patrick S. Lowry

Texas A&M Health Science Center

Patrick Lowry, MD
Institution: Scott and White Memorial Mospital/Baylor, Scott and White Healthcare.
Academic affiliation: Texas A&M Health Science Center
Associate Professor
Urology Residency Program Director
Section Head: Endourology
Clinical interests: Complex kidney stone surgery, laparoscopic and robotic surgery. Medical kidney stone disease and prevention
Research interests: Ureteroscope durability, ureteroscopy, Operating Room efficiency and cost effectiveness.

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Sutchin R. Patel

Department of Urology, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, Madison Wi

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Kristina L. Penniston

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Kristina Penniston is a scientist in the Department of Urology at the UW-Madison and also a registered dietitian nutritionist at the University Hospital and Clinics (part of UW Health). Dr. Penniston is a member of the team providing care in the UW Metabolic Stone Cllinic, which was established in 1995 to provide multidisciplinary medical management to patients with kidney stones. She helped to implement shared medical appointments as a new model of care for patients establishing prevention in the Stone Clinic. Kris and colleagues at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have developed an adult porcine model for studying calcium oxalate stone formation and prevneiton. Kris is also interested in the health-related quality of life of patients who form kidney stones. After documenting and reporting impaired health-related quality of life of stone forming patients and after meeting with patients to further define their issues of concern, she helped to lead the development of the Wisconsin Stone Quality of Life questionnaire, a disease-specific instrument for assessing health-related quality of life in patients with stones.

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