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The company said the CIRM grant "further validates the potential of our bioengineered human acellular vessel's capabilities as a more durable and safe vascular access option for patients requiring dialysis treatment.
This years AVA meeting will provide Covalon with a platform to introduce the advancements made with IV Clear to leading vascular access professionals, said Brian Pedlar, Covalons Chief Executive Officer.
Here we report a successful establishment of vascular access through direct superior vena cava for a critical patient with multiple central venous stenosis or occlusion.
Successful development and commercialization of the AFE System could alleviate some of the burden that vascular access failure places on patients, healthcare providers and payers.
The vascular access products contract was awarded by HealthTrust Purchasing Group (HealthTrust).
One of the most common forms of vascular access is a fistula, which is created surgically from the patient's own blood vessels.
This concise atlas of haemodialysis vascular access incorporates the many problems associated with their use.
Lynda's passion for high-quality vascular access care is well known in the nephrology community.
The responsibilities and expectations of the primary nurse and the assigned nurse regarding vascular access were presented at a fistula camp seminar.
To help prevent the rupture of vascular access devices, the FDA recommended that users of power injectors check the labeling of each vascular access device for its maximum pressure and flow rate.
In what they described as the first prospective cohort study to show a direct link between hyperhomocysteinemia and vascular access failure, the researchers followed 205 hemodialysis patients with native AV fistulas in either the upper or the lower arm for a mean of 32 months.
The vascular access device market includes implantable ports, port or Huber needles, central venous catheters (CVCs), dialysis catheters, peripherally inserted central catheters (PICCs), midlines and peripheral intravenous catheters (PIVCs).