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Arteriovenous graft infection: a comparison of thigh and upper extremity grafts.
Thirty-six New Zealand white male rabbits weighing 2.0-2.5 kg (Beijing Fang Yuan Farm, Beijing, China) were randomized into three groups: no-graft group (only free of jugular vein and carotid artery, n = 12, Figure 1(a)), graft group (interposing reversed jugular vein graft into the carotid artery without CES placement, n = 12, Figure 1(b)), and CES group (arteriovenous graft with CES placement, n = 12, Figure 1(c)).
The HUMANITY AV Access Trial sponsored by Humacyte is investigating an arteriovenous graft made from a bioengineered human acellular vessel (or HAV) instead of plastic or other material.
Vascular accesses available for HD include arteriovenous fistula (AVF), arteriovenous graft (AVG), central venous catheters (CVC), both temporary and permanent (Permacath) that can provide adequate HD, however each of them have their limitations and advantages.
The arteriovenous graft: How to use it effectively in the dialysis unit.
Another type of access is the arteriovenous graft (AVG), which is a popular method for those who are unable to have a fistula created.
Whilst the longevity of a native vessel AVF is good, more often patients are presenting for dialysis with poor vasculature and an arteriovenous graft (AVG) is the only alternative.
A clinical update on the management of infected arteriovenous graft (AVG) access for the hemodialysis patient.
The actometer is worn on the non-access wrist, so as not to interfere with a patient's arteriovenous fistula (AVF) or arteriovenous graft (AVG).
Table 1 Participant Characteristics Mean +SD Age (years) 52.8 +16.27 Height (meters) 1.67 +0.097 Weight (Kg) 79.6 +29.5 N % Male 13 34.2 Female 25 65.8 AKI 9 23.7 CKD Stage 5 29 76.3 Catheter 34 89.5 Arteriovenous fistula AVG 3 7.89 Arteriovenous graft 1 2.63
If using an arteriovenous graft (AVG), the trainer should cannulate for two to three treatments to assess the graft for any problematic areas prior to initiating self-cannulation with the patient.