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What is new in the preoperative evaluation of arteriovenous access operation?
Patients with chronic renal failure who had a failed previous arteriovenous access.
Lermusiaux et al., "Management of perianastomotic stenosis of direct wrist autogenous radialcephalic arteriovenous accesses for dialysis," Journal of Vascular Surgery, vol.
A CRA based classifier was proposed to screen the degrees of stenosis for an arteriovenous access occlusion evaluation.
Once all native arm and forearm AVF have failed, then the options are limited and are broadly, either a graft involving the axillary or central vessels, or a lower limb arteriovenous access procedure.
Her project is entitled: "A three-step approach to conversion of prevalent catheter-dependent hemodialysis patients to arteriovenous access." Read how Patty spearheaded this project, her successes and difficulties.
The reports provide a breakdown of different interventions performed in the major vessel beds including carotid, renal, iliac, femoropopliteal, infrapopliteal, and arteriovenous access treatments.
Patients who have elevated serum creatinine and/or decreased eGFR are at risk for developing chronic kidney disease and may need permanent arteriovenous access for future dialysis.
The editors (all of the Division of Vascular Surgery, Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern U.) present 56 chapters, evenly distributed across sections on carotids, upper extremity, thoracic outlet syndrome, trauma, arteriovenous access, lower extremity, visceral vessels, venous problems, thoracic aortic problems, aneurysms of the abdominal aorta, and the vascular laboratory.
* Proven efficacy in a broad spectrum of vascular reconstructive procedures, including arteriovenous access, aortobifemoral bypass, femoral popliteal bypass, endarterectomy, abdominal aortic aneurysm and aortotomies.