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A Roundtable on Chronic Dialysis

Bart Dolmatch, MD; Jack Work, MD; and Ingemar Davidson, MD, PhD

February 2009—What are your options for patients with limited access availability? A multispecialty panel weighs in.

Optimizing Hemodialysis Cannulation Methods

Deborah J. Brouwer, RN, CNN, and Brian LaMendola, RN, BSN

February 2009—Techniques and strategies to preserve vascular access.

Maintenance of Hemodialysis Access With Covered Stents

Bart Dolmatch, MD

February 2009—The salvage of hemodialysis access advances beyond angioplasty.

Understanding Steal Syndrome: Causes and Prevention

Scott S. Berman, MD, FACS

February 2009—Strategies to prevent the development of significant VASS.

Dialysis Access Centers

Scott R. Schultz, MD, and William D. McMillan, MD

February 2009—Experts use their experience to review the differences between ambulatory surgery centers and office-based practices for the treatment of dialysis access.

An Interview With Bart Dolmatch, MD

Bart Dolmatch, MD

January 2009—Radiologist Bart Dolmatch, MD, shares the unique aspects of the CiDA meeting and offers advice to those considering adding dialysis access management to their practice.

The Role of Surface Coatings on Central Venous and Hemodialysis Catheters

Abigail Falk, MD

June 2008—Antimicrobial and antithrombogenic coatings have been developed to combat catheter-related infection and thrombosis, but do they work?

Vein Preservation and Alternative Venous Access

Theodore F. Saad, MD

June 2008—Exploring the options for patients with chronic kidney disease.



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