Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology of Arteriovenous Accesses for Hemodialysis

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Springer Science & Business Media, Nov 7, 2012 - Medical - 216 pages
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This is the first textbook entirely dedicated to the endovascular treatment of complications related to arteriovenous accesses for hemodialysis (native fistulas and prosthetic grafts). The book addresses the anatomy of upper limb arteries and veins as well as the clinical presentation of patients and the way to perform and read a fistulogram. Many details and illustrations are provided, clarifying the subtleties in catheterization and the dilation of stenoses. From a strategic point of view, it is explained for the first time that many stenoses must either be ignored or deliberately underdilated. A wealth of images helps to understand the different stages of access recovery from thrombosis. As the number of incident dialysis patients is increasing by 5% every year, this is a field of growing interest. In testament to this there are several annual or bi-annual meetings held by numerous national and international societies (vascularaccesssociety.com, sfav.org, vasamd.org, dialysiscontroversies.org, asdin.org).

 

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Contents

Treatment
PAVA Proximalization of the ArterioVenous Anastomosis
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Hand Ischemia
Treatment
RUDI
Conclusion
Treatment of Thrombosed Accesses
BasicTechnique
Therapeutic Occlusionof DysfunctionalAccesses Reference
Role oftheNephrologist Interventional Radiologist
Basic ToolsRequired to Perform Endovascular Dilation
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About the author (2012)

Luc Turmel, founding member of the European Vascular Access Society, has published numerous articles about dialysis fistulas and has participated in various conferences and courses on the topic since 1996. Claude J. Renaud, who trained with Luc Turmel, is a native speaker of English (born on the Seychelles islands and working in Singapore). He will be in charge of the translation.

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