June 2014

 

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AV Access

Creation to Revision

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Bound to Perform: GORE® PROPATEN® Vascular Graft and CBAS® Heparin Surface Technology

The role of grafts having end-point attached heparin in maintaining patency.

By Richard Neville, MD, and Jennifer Recknor, PhD

GORE® ACUSEAL Vascular Graft and Early Cannulation

Perspective on the potential patient care paradigm shift.

By Marc H. Glickman, MD

Expanded Treatment Options With ePTFE Vascular Grafts Having CBAS Heparin Surface for Hemodialysis

Selection of best patient-centered dialysis access, using new and old technology, yields excellent outcomes: follow-up of 254 grafts.

By Ingemar Davidson, MD, PhD; John R. Ross, MD; Michael Gallichio, MD; and Douglas Slakey, MD, MPH

Challenging Hybrid Cases: How We Do Them

How the GORE® Hybrid Vascular Graft can be used to treat complex dialysis cases.

By Shawn M. Gage, PA-C, and Jeffrey H. Lawson, MD, PhD

Stent-Graft Sizing for AV Access Creation and Revision Procedures

Wall apposition is not necessary for quality results.

By John R. Ross, MD

Summary of the Gore REVISE Clinical Study

This nationwide study reports on the safety and effectiveness of the GORE VIABAHN Endoprosthesis for the treatment of stenoses and thrombotic occlusions involving venous anastomoses of hemodialysis grafts.

By Thomas Vesely, MD, and Anthony Rodriguez, PhD

Crossing the Point of Flexion in the Antecubital Fossa

Using the GORE® VIABAHN® Endoprosthesis for long-term access patency.

By William DaVanzo, MD

Flow Disturbances of Upper Arm Graft Outflow Uncovered by Positional Studies

Stent-graft flexibility must be considered when stenting upper arm access dysfunction.

By Marc Webb, MD, FACS

Successful Outcomes With the GORE® VIABAHN® Endoprosthesis

Experts share their experience with this device for AV access.

With Paramjit “Romi” Chopra, MD; Stephen Settle, MD; and Toufic Safa, MD, FACS
 

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