Dialysis Access Cases

Practical Solutions to Clinical Challenges
 
 
Springer (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 1. August 2017
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  • XII, 287 Seiten
 
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978-3-319-57500-1 (ISBN)
 
Moving beyond the science of hemodialysis access, this collection of clinical cases covers procedural and practical aspects of arteriovenous fistula, arteriovenous graft, dialysis catheter, draining veins, central veins, arterial interventions and hand ischemia. World experts in the disciplines of interventional nephrology, interventional radiology and surgery offer creative visions of their practice and provide insights on topics from routine access creation to advanced novel techniques. Dialysis Access Cases presents solutions to problems encountered in practice while capturing the art of this medical discipline and challenging procedure.
1st ed. 2017
  • Englisch
  • Cham
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  • Schweiz
Springer International Publishing
  • 46 farbige Abbildungen, 169 s/w Abbildungen
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  • 169 schwarz-weiße und 46 farbige Abbildungen, Bibliographie
  • 12,32 MB
978-3-319-57500-1 (9783319575001)
10.1007/978-3-319-57500-1
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Alexander S. Yevzlin, M.D., FASN

Professor of Medicine

Director of Interventional Nephrology

Division of Nephrology

Department of Medicine

University of Michigan

Ann Arbor, MI



Arif Asif, MD, MHCM, FASN, FNKF

Professor of Medicine

Chairman: Department of Medicine

Jersey Shore University Medical Center

Seton Hall-Hackensack-Meridian School of Medicine

Neptune, NJ

Robert R. Redfield, MD

Assistant Professor of Transplant Surgery

Division of Transplant Surgery

Department of Surgery

University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

Madison, WI


Gerald A. Beathard, MD, PhD

Co-Medical Director

Lifetime Vascular Access

Clinical Professor

University of Texas Medical Branch

Houston, TX




Section I. Arteriovenous Fistula

Chapter 1 Arteriovenous Graft-Arteriovenous Fistula Conversion (Secondary Arteriovenous Fistula Creation)

Chapter 2 Proximal forearm Arteriovenous Fistula Creation

Chapter 3 Fistula with Stenosis of Feeding Artery

Chapter 4 Juxta-Anastomotic Stenosis of Brachial-Cephalic Fistula

Chapter 5 Fistula with Diffuse Venous Stenosis

Chapter 6 Balloon-Guidewire Entrapment

Chapter 7 Angioplasty of Juxta-anastomotic Stenosis with Venous Rupture

Chapter 8 Treatment of Accessory Vein with Embolization Coil

Chapter 9 Using a Snare to Extract Misplaced Coil

Chapter 10 Basilic Vein Transposition

Chapter 11 Balloon Assisted Banding For High Output Heart Failure

Chapter 12 Ruptured Angioplasty Balloon

Chapter 13 Arteriovenous Fistula Percutaneous Flow Reduction: Balloon Assisted Banding

Chapter 14 Hemodynamic monitoring Arteriovenous Fistula-Gram

Chapter 15 Arterial Embolus

II. Arteriovenous Graft

Chapter 16 Exotic Arteriovenous Graft Creation

Chapter 17 Accessory Brachial Artery Feeding Arteriovenous Graft

Chapter 18 Swollen Arm with Suspected Arteriovenous Graft Infection

Chapter 19 Arteriovenous Graft Thrombosed for 3 Years

Chapter 20 Arteriovenous Graft Inflow Stenosis

Chapter 21 Arteriovenous graft peri-anastomotic outflow stenosis

Chapter 22 Arteriovenous Graft AVG with Traumatic Fistula

Chapter 23 Pseudoaneurysm Treated with Stent-Graft

Chapter 24 Superior Vena Caval Stenosis

Chapter 25 Thrombosed Infected Graft

Chapter 26 Thigh Arteriovenous Graft Cannulated from Contralateral Side

Section III. Dialysis Catheter

Chapter 27 Central Vein Stenosis with Angioplasty Prior to Catheter Placement

Chapter 28 Catheter Placement in a Stenotic Central Vein

Chapter 29 Catheter Placement in a Collater

al Vein

Chapter 30 Catheter Placement in the External Jugular Vein

Chapter 31 Tunneled Femoral Hemodialysis Catheter Placement

Chapter 32 Transhepatic Catheter Placement

Chapter 33 Anterior Jugular Vein Tunneled Dialysis Catheter

Chapter 34 Transatrial Internal Jugular Dialysis Catheter in Inferior Vena Cava

Chapter 35 Internal Jupiter Catheter Insertion with No Vein Apparent on Ultrasound

Chapter 36 Wiring the Tunnel to Replace a Tunneled Dialysis Catheter

Chapter 37 Internal Jugular Vein Catheter Inserted Through Side of Stent

Chapter 38 Pneumothorax Occurring with Dialysis Catheter Insertion

Chapter 39 Perforation of Superior Vena Cava with Dialysis Catheter Insertion

Section IV. Draining Veins

Chapter 40 Grade II Extravasation Complicating Venous Angioplasty

Chapter 41 Grade III Venous Rupture

Chapter 42 Parallel Guidewire Angioplasty

Chapter 43 Cephalic Outflow R

elocation

Chapter 44 Venous Hypertension of Hand Associated with Arteriovenous Fistula

Chapter 45 Grade I Extravasation

Section V. Central Veins

Chapter 46 Central Vein Occlusion- Compensated

Chapter 47 Central Vein Stenosis Accessed from Femoral Vein

Chapter 48 Patient with Intractable pain in Arteriovenous Graft

Section VI. Arterial interventions

Chapter 49 Directional Atherectomy for Arteriovenous Access Dysfunction

Chapter 50 Excimer Laser Atherectomy

Chapter 51 Focal Arterial Lesion of the Upper Extremity

Chapter 52 Brachial Artery Stenosis

Section VII. Hand Ischemia

Chapter 53 True Steal Syndrome

Chapter 54 Dialysis Access Steal Syndrome (DASS) in a Patient with Distal Revascularization with Interval Ligation (DRIL)

Chapter 55 Dialysis Access Steal Syndrome Following Percutaneous Transluminal Angioplasty in a Radial-Cephalic Fistula

Chapter 56 I

schemic Monomelic Neuropathy


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