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Haemodialysis Access: Clinical And Epidemiological Profile Of Patients And Their Vascular Access In Interior Of Brazil
Author: João Kennedy Teixeira Lima, Sylvia Rannyelle Teixeira Lima, Maria Evangelista De Almeida, Maria De Fátima Vasques Monteiro, José Gilmar Sampaio Filho4, Sonally Yasnara Sarmento Medeiros5, Helen Melo Oliveira, Cícero Valdizébio Pereira Agra4, 5,
Publisher: Internet Medical Publishing
8 pages
One time payment: €6.08
Required subscription: Academic
Type of publication: Article
DOI: 10.3823/1610
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The need for a vascular access is essential for effective maintenance dialysis . The arteriovenous fistula (AVF) are widely recommended to offers higher patency rates, lower mortality and morbidity, and lower costs compared with central venous catheters or arteriovenous grafts. An ideal access delivers a flow rate adequate for the dialysis prescription, has a long use-life, and has a low rate of complications (infection, stenosis, thrombosis, aneurysm, and limb ischemia).

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