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It is a lively experience demonstrating that PD is on the move. In spite of the international relevance of Peritoneal Dialysis as an efficient renal replacement therapy there is still a shortage of patient and doctors’ exposition and education in this field.
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As ligações de Portugal ao Movimento Olímpico remontam a 1906 com a nomeação de um português, António Lancastre, para o Comité Olímpico Internacional e continuaram através Sociedade Promotora de Educação Física Nacional, criada em 1909.
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It is expected that, as a result of this educational process, learners will increase their knowledge on how to deal with patients under peritoneal dialysis and how to promote the modality.
Challenging clinical issues are presented and debated.
In 1144 the governor of Beja (Arabic: ), Sidray ibn Wazir, helped the rebellion of the Muridun (disciples) led by Abul-Qasim Ahmad ibn al-Husayn al-Quasi in the Algarve against power of Seville.
In 1150 the town was captured by an army of the Almohads, who annexed it to their North African empire.
Em 1912 foi criado o Comité Olímpico Português o qual, a partir de 1992, passou a ter a atual designação de Comité Olímpico de Portugal.