Access Surgery: A review of current techniques for vascular access for Haemodialysis, Chemotherapy and Total parent by G. KootstraAccess Surgery: A review of current techniques for vascular access for Haemodialysis, Chemotherapy and Total parent by G. Kootstra

Access Surgery: A review of current techniques for vascular access for Haemodialysis, Chemotherapy…

EditorG. Kootstra, P.G. Jorning

Paperback | October 19, 2011

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Title:Access Surgery: A review of current techniques for vascular access for Haemodialysis, Chemotherapy…Format:PaperbackPublished:October 19, 2011Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:940096594X

ISBN - 13:9789400965942

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Table of Contents

Introductory address - permanent circulatory access, past, present and future.- Section I: Surgical Technique and Microsurgery.- 1 Microsurgery for distal arteriovenous fistula in children.- 2 Utilization of the 'anatomical snuffbox' for vascular access in haemodialysis.- 3 Side-to-side, side-to-end or end-to-end anastomosis for Cimino-Brescia fistula? Preliminary report of a randomized study.- 4 Arteriovenous fistula at the elbow for maintenance haemodialysis.- 5 Abstracts of posters.- 6 Invited comment.- Section II: Techniques for Monitoring during Long-Term Follow-Up.- 7 Non-invasive assessment of the capacity of arteriovenous fistulas.- 8 A prospective study of the correlation between rheological factors and fistula failure.- 9 The role of angiography in vascular access surgery.- 10 Abstracts of posters.- 11 Invited comment.- Section III: Access in Children.- 12 Access surgery in children: a big problem?.- 13 Conversion of Teflon-Silastic shunts to arteriovenous fistulas in small children with chronic renal failure.- 14 Central venous catheter for total parenteral nutrition in small children.- 15 Abstracts of posters.- 16 Invited comment.- Section IV: Graft Material.- 17 A comparative study in angioaccesses for haemodialysis using homologous saphenous vein, bovine and PTFE graft.- 18 Bovine xenograft - a useful tissue for construction of arteriovenous fistulas for chronic haemodialysis.- 19 Experience with the PTFE graft in the construction of vascular access for haemodialysis.- 20 Abstracts of posters.- 21 Invited comment.- Section V: Haemodynamic Sequelae of Arteriovenous Fistulas.- 22 Haemodynamics of arteriovenous fistulas.- 23 Non-invasive Doppler blood flow measurement in the vascular access of haemodialysis patients.- 24 Haemodynamic consequences of arteriovenous fistulas for dialysis: a prospective study.- 25 Hyperaemia of the hand in side-to-side arteriovenous fistulas.- 26 Abstracts of posters.- 27 Invited comment.- Section VI: Complications.- 28 Complications of arteriovenous fistulas and surgical intervention.- 29 Non-thrombotic complications of PTFE grafts for haemodialysis.- 30 Is angioaccess a limiting factor for haemodialysis of diabetic patients.- 31 Vascular access survival in diabetic and non-diabetic haemodialysis patients.- 32 Abstracts of posters.- 33 Invited comment.- Section VII: Management of Complications.- 34 Complications and surgical treatment after angioaccess.- 35 Angiography in the surgical treatment of occluded ePTFE haemodialysis fistulas: a retrospective and comparative study in two hospitals.- 36 The management of infected vascular access grafts.- 37 Abstracts of posters.- 38 Invited comment.- Section VIII: Access for Total Parenteral Nutrition.- 39 Vascular access for total parenteral nutrition (TPN).- 40 Stenosis of the subclavian vein after percutaneous catheterization.- 41 The use of arteriovenous fistulas for long-term parenteral nutrition.- 42 Exchange of central venous catheters via a guidewire.- 43 Abstracts of posters.- 44 Invited comment.- Section IX: Access for Chemotherapy.- 45 Vascular access for chemotherapy: results of a simple procedure.- 46 Indwelling right atrial venous access in the cancer patient.- 47 Seventy-five patient-years' experience with right atrial catheters for chemotherapy.- 48 The arteriovenous fistula and the Ommaya capsule - two accesses for long-term therapy.- 49 Abstracts of posters.- 50 Invited comment.- Section X: Unusual Procedures and Desperate Cases.- 51 Multicentre clinical experience with the Hemasite blood access device.- 52 Popliteal region - a new site for vascular graft implantation.- 53 Subclavian catheter as a vascular access for single-needle haemodialysis.- 54 Antecubital arteriovenous fistulas with reverse flow.- 55 Abstracts of posters.- 56 Invited comment.