angioaccess

angioaccess

(an″jē-ō-ak′ses) [ angio- + access]
A surgically constructed blood vessel, such as a dialysis fistula.
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Changes in the practice of angioaccess surgery: impact of dialysis outcome and quality initiative recommendations.
Onset of arterial 'steal' following proximal angioaccess: immediate and delayed types.
The use of early cannulation prosthetic graft (Acuseal) for angioaccess for haemodialysis.
[2] Venous catheters are commonly used for acute angioaccess during maintenance hemodialysis in acute renal failure and end-stage renal failure patients.
We conducted a study to determine the prevalence of pulmonary hypertension in patients on maintenance hemodialysis irrespective of angioaccess so as to emphasize the importance of early and timely detection of pulmonary hypertension by doing regular screening echocardiography.
Vascular surgeons and other medical specialists from around the world provide 302 chapters on current therapy in vascular and endovascular surgery for cerebrovascular disease, upper extremity arterial disease, aortic aneurysms, lower extremity aneurysms, aortoiliac occlusive disease, lower extremity occlusive disease, embolic diseases of the extremities, amputations, vascular trauma, mesenteric vascular disease, renovascular disease, arteriovenous fistulas and malformations, venous disease, and lymphatic disease, as well as angioaccess surgery.
(22.) Bender MHM, Bruyninckx MA, Gerlag PGG: The brachiocephalic elbow fistula: A useful alternative angioaccess for permanent haemodialysis.
(23.) Kherlakian GM, Roedersheimer LR, Arbaugh JJ, Newmark KJ, King LR: Comparison of autogenous fistula versus expanded polytetrafluoroethylene graft fistula for angioaccess in haemodialysis.
Frequencies were calculated for gender, co-morbids, types of angioaccess use in first hemodialysis, follow up by other physicians and nephrologists and patient's awareness of their renal disease.
A new modality for angioaccess. Archives of Surgery, 121(2), 229-232.
Salvage of angioaccess after late thrombosis of radiocephalic fistulas for hemodialysis.
Although HD patients have the greatest obligatory iron losses (e.g., angioaccess and dialyzer-related blood loss, blood testing frequency, and repeated access surgery), other causes of iron deficiency (e.g., anorexia, low-protein diets, reduced intestinal iron absorption, gastrointestinal [GI] bleeding) are common to CKD and PD patients as well (Agarwal & Warnock, 2002; Silverberg et al., 1999).