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Haemodialysis fistula 

Haemodialysis fistula
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date: 30 July 2021

Haemodialysis fistula 254

PTA 258

Stenting 264

Native AVF's: usually start at the wrist in the non dominant hand, i.e. radio-cephalic (Brescia-Cimino), gradually progressing proximally, i.e. brachio-basilic, axillary, etc.

Long lasting (revision rate of only 15% year).


Low infection.

Low thrombosis....

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