Early cannulation prosthetic graft (Acuseal[TM]) for arteriovenous access
: a useful option to provide a personal vascular access solution.
All 14 patients had bilateral temporary subclavian vein dialysis catheters and failed upper extremity arteriovenous access
.  In the present study only 2 cases of subclavian vein stenosis were reported, of which both had previous history of cannulation of subclavian vein.
Langan III, "Results and complications of arteriovenous access
dialysis grafts in the lower extremity: a five year review," American Surgeon, vol.
Factors affecting the lifespan of autologous and synthetic arteriovenous access
routes for haemodialysis.
Hemodialysis arteriovenous access
: Detection of stenosis and response to treatment by vascular access blood flow.
How often are patients referred to a vascular access surgeon for arteriovenous access
surgery and refused to have the surgery because he or she had not received adequate education and was not fully convinced of the need for the surgery?
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High brachial artery bifurcation: clinical considerations and practical implications for an arteriovenous access
. Semin Dial.
In contrast, the timing for the arteriovenous access
surgery is less well defined.
The survey elicited responses regarding the following areas of infection control practice: unit design, utilization of arteriovenous access
type, carriage of MRSA, VRE, HBV and HCV, tuberculosis, influenzae and pneumonoccal immunization, infection precautions for patients with selected infections, infection surveillance, antibiotic utilization, antiseptic agents, hemodialysis access management, cleaning and disinfection, water treatment and hemodialysis waste.
Patient dialysis knowledge is associated with permanent arteriovenous access
use in chronic hemodialysis.