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Access

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Understanding strategies for the treatment of ischemic steal syndrome after hemodialysis access.
Venipuncture or IV placement could damage these veins so they can't be used for hemodialysis access.
The influence of human immunodeficiency virus infection and intravenous drug abuse on complications of hemodialysis access surgery.
Our innovative use of cutting edge, site-specific therapy has been central to the development of coronary and peripheral drug-eluting stents, anti-restenosis therapy in bypass surgery and hemodialysis access procedures, and more recently, coronary stem cell therapy and treatments for arrhythmias following open heart surgery," added Dr.
The company has received 510(k) clearance to market its Orbital Atherectomy System for treatment of occluded AV Grafts used for hemodialysis access and has obtained CE mark for peripheral vascular use.
The last hemodialysis access choice is a dual lumen catheter that is implanted surgically into the internal jugular vein (other venous sites can also be used if required).
Thus, the new hemodialysis access sites further exacerbate her negative body image and sexuality.
The distal, sinuous shaped tip of the wire facilitates atraumatic mechanical declotting of occluded hemodialysis access sites.
Early reports describing hemodialysis access using ePTFE explained how surgical results with these materials have remained suboptimal and noted graft thrombosis as the most common dialysis graft dysfunction (Scher & Katzman, 2004).
The topics include visceral de-branching with repair of descending thoracic and visceral aortic aneurysm, treatment of superior vena cava syndrome and central stenosis, lower extremity permanent hemodialysis access placement, digital and metatarsal amputations of the forefoot, and hip disarticulation.
Class H - Medical devices fistula for hemodialysis access