and bone healing: experimental study in the rat.
A review of the Arteriovenous Fistula
products under development by companies and universities/research institutes based on information derived from company and industry-specific sources.
Objective: The aim of this study was to determine whether a postoperative ambulatory controlled exercise program can increase arteriovenous fistulas
(AVF) maturation at 1 month.
Radial arteriovenous fistula
after cardiac catheterization.
Conversion of tunneled hemodialysis catheterconsigned patients to arteriovenous fistula
General recommendations for use of endovascular techniques in arterial trauma (2) Indications False aneurysm Arteriovenous fistula
Branch vessel injury Arterial intimal flap Contraindications Long segmental arterial occlusion Insufficient proximal neck Complete arterial transection Relative contraindications Complex arteriovenous injury Covering of vertebral artery origin Associated nerve compression by adjacent false aneurysm
I am sure it would do the same for the arteriovenous fistula
and at the same time reduce the axillary dose requirements.
Technical complications include pneumothorax, arteriovenous fistula
formation, stent dislocation, cardiac arrhythmias, and perforation of hepatic arteries, gallbladder or biliary ducts.
The average patency rate of a dialysis bridge graft is 41%-75%; an arteriovenous fistula
that's used for access has a slightly better patency rate.
17) Trauma to the cerebrovascular system (both penetrating and nonpenetrating) can cause injuries such as arterial dissection, pseudoaneurysm, arterial or venous rupture or thrombosis, and arteriovenous fistula
In these studies, the most common adverse events (greater than 10%) were dyspnea, diarrhea, nausea, cough and arteriovenous fistula
Complications of arteriovenous fistula
in dialysis patients.
Dural arteriovenous fistula
(dAVF) is an acquired lesion that develops following dural sinus thrombosis and subsequent recanalization of the sinus leading to a direct communication between small sinus wall arteries and the sinus lumen.
Despite recent reductions in the incidence of vascular complications following femoral artery cardiac catheterization, access site bleeding, arteriovenous fistula
and pseudoaneurysm formation continue to impact patient morbidity, length of stay, and health care costs (1, 2).
In our hemodialysis unit and across the country, there has been a noticeable increase in the use of permcaths, with a corresponding decrease in the use of the arteriovenous fistula
(AVF) for hemodialysis.