Innovations in Dialysis Vascular Access Surgery

Archil B. Chkhotua (Editor)
Scientific Director, National Center of Urology, Tbilisi, Georgia

Series: Urology Research Progress
BISAC: MED088000

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This book analyses the latest advancements in the very important topic of vascular access in haemodialysis patients. Dialysis patients are a continuously growing population all over the world. Long-lasting and well-functioning vascular access is a life-line for these patients. Therefore, successful creation and appropriate management of vascular access is of the utmost importance.

This book comprehensively reviews the different and most important issues related to vascular access management. It has 33 chapters discussing a wide variety of the most important topics including: principles of access creation in adults, paediatric and geriatric populations; types of anaesthesia; central venous catheters; early cannulation and hybrid vascular grafts; possible complications and principles of their management; quality of life in dialysis patients; etc. It consists of a review as well as original articles pertaining to the subject matter. The book also describes rare forms of arterio-venous accesses, last resort dialysis accesses, and life-saving approaches for the most challenging patients.

All of the authors are experts in the field. They represent 16 different countries across the world, making this book especially unique. The chapters are well-illustrated, making them easy to read. We hope that this book will offer the most contemporary and useful information for specialists involved in haemodialysis therapy. (Imprint: Nova Biomedical)

Preface

Chapter 1. Early Historical Achievements of Blood Access to Dialysis Patients
Jörg Vienken

Chapter 2. Arterial Disease and Vascular Access in Diabetic Patients
Selcuk Baktiroglu, Sercan Yuksel, Fatih Yanar, Ibrahim Azamat and Baran Mollavelioglu

Chapter 3. Paediatric Vascular Access for Haemodialysis: A Rough Guide
Francis Calder, Peter Gogalniceanu and Rukshana Shroff, Guy's and St. Thomas' NHS Trust and Great Ormond Street Hospitals, London, UK

Chapter 4. Vascular Access in the Elderly
François Saucy

Chapter 5. The Importance of Anesthesia in Dialysis Arteriovenous Fistula Operations
Archil B.Chkhotua, Vakhtang Shoshiashvili, Avtandil Tataradze, Lela Beglarishvili, and Laurent Managadze

Chapter 6. Central Venous Catheters in Dialysis: The Challenge of Vascular Access Management in Italy
Decenzio M Bonucchi and Gregorio M Bonucchi

Chapter 7. HD Catheter Malposition
Manohar Bairy

Chapter 8. Ethnicity, Socio-Economic Status and Comorbidities Have No Effect on Survival and Primary Failure of Simple Arteriovenous Fistulae
Teun Wilmink and Jyoti Baharani

Chapter 9. Forearm Basilic Vein: An Underestimated Access Point for Hemodialysis
Raffaella Cravero, Gianmario Bosticardo and Barbara Conti

Chapter 10. Distal Ulnar-Basilic Arteriovenous Fistula as the First Vascular Access Point in Patients on Hemodialysis
Sadanori Shintaku and Hideki Kawanishi

Chapter 11. The Use of the Axillary Vessels and Arterial Loops for Hemodialysis Access Creation
Hossam Elwakeel and Mohammed Elkassaby

Chapter 12. Challenges in Vascular Access: Lower Extremity Options
Marta J Madurska, Jonathan J Morrison and David B Kingsmore

Chapter 13. Rare Forms of AV Fistula
E. Elamaran

Chapter 14. Retrograde Femoral Vein Cuffed/Non-Cuffed Hemodialysis Catheter Insertion: A Lifesaving Approach for Challenging Hemodialysis Vascular Access
Zaghloul Gouda

Chapter 15. Last Resort Dialysis Access
Andrew J. Jackson and David B. Kingsmore

Chapter 16. Early Cannulation Vascular Access Grafts
Matteo Tozzi, Marco Franchin, Patrizio Castelli and Gabriele Piffaretti

Chapter 17. Preferential Use of Flixene TM Graft for Arteriovenous Access with No Vein Option
Katherine R Hulme and Thodur Vasudevan

Chapter 18. Creation of Hemodialysis Access with Sutureless Venous Anastomosis Using a Hybrid Vascular Graft: Indications, Techniques and Outcomes
Andrea Agostinucci

Chapter 19. Initial Experiences with Rapid Access, Self-Sealing, Polycarbonate Urethane Nanofiber Vascular Grafts for Hemodialysis
Mariano Ferraresso and Evaldo Favi

Chapter 20. Typical Sites of Stenosis in AV Access: Causes and Treatments
Keith B. Quencer

Chapter 21. Central Venous Stenosis/Occlusion in Dialysis Patients
Ahmed Mohamed, Tony Lu and Eric K. Peden

Chapter 22. Central Vein Stenosis in Hemodialysis: Clinical Presentation and Intervention
Anil K. Agarwal, Hooman Khabiri and Nabil J Haddad

Chapter 23. Endovascular Stents in the Management of Dialysis Vascular Access
George M. Nassar

Chapter 24. Indications for Treatment of Stenosis Complicating Vascular Access for Haemodialysis
N. Pirozzi, J. Garcia-Medina, M. Hanoy, J. Scrivano

Chapter 25. Prevention and Treatment of Venous Stenosis after Prosthetic Vascular Access Creation
Giuseppe Galzerano, Michele Giubbolini, Giulia Mazzitelli, Francesco Setacci, Gianmarco de Donato and Carlo Setacci

Chapter 26. Arteriovenous Fistula Aneurysm
Slavomir Rokosny and Peter Balaz

Chapter 27. Upper Limb Ischemia after the Formation of Dialysis Fistula
Krzysztof Bojakowski

Chapter 28. Prognostic Factors and Far Infrared Therapy of Hemodialysis Vascular Access
Chun-Fan Chen, Wu-Chang Yang and Chih-Ching Lin

Chapter 29. Antithrombotic Medication is Neither Beneficial nor Harmful in First Arteriovenous Fistulae for Dialysis
Teun Wilmink and Jyoti Baharani

Chapter 30. Management of Arteriovenous Fistulae for the Non-Specialist
Abul Siddiky

Chapter 31. Clinical Monitoring in Vascular Access Management
Nicola Tessitore, Albino Poli, Giuseppe Verlato and Valeria Bedogna

Chapter 32. A Close Follow-Up Approach to Prevent Thrombosis and Loss of Access Functionality in Hemodialysis Patients
Awad Magbri

Chapter 33. Vascular Access and Quality of Life in Dialysis Patients
Rita Tavares, Célia M.D. Sales, Paula Mena Matos, Alice Santos-Silva and Elísio Costa

About the Editor

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Audience: Nephrologists, Vascular surgeons, Urologists, Interventional radiologists and Intensive Care Units

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