In this Issue
Concerted efforts by multiple specialties foster advances in dialysis access placement and preservation.
By Bart L. Dolmatch, MD, and Ingemar A. Davidson, MD, PhD, Guest Chief Medical Editors
An endovascular approach to treat this rare presentation.
By Kuldeep Singh, MD; Mohummed Khani, MD; Johnathan Scheiner, MD; Martin Zomaya, BS; and Gary Giangola, MD, FACS
The latest technologies for treating patients with end-stage renal disease.
By Shawn M. Gage, PA-C, and Jeffrey H. Lawson, MD, PHD
The important role that endovascular techniques play in helping the dialysis community meet their goals.
By Gregg Miller, MD, and Alex Friedman, BA
Hemodialysis access maintenance advances beyond angioplasty.
By Bart L. Dolmatch, MD
Central venous stenosis or obstruction is a common yet difficult problem to manage in hemodialysis patients and can lead to disabling symptoms and potential access dysfunction.
By Sanjoy Kundu, MD, FRCPC, FCIRSE, FSIR, RPVI
The recent progress and current areas of study in catheter lock solutions.
By Stephen R. Ash, MD, FACP
Algorithms for dialysis modality selection and tips for enhancing the way your facility treats dialysis patients.
By Ingemar A. Davidson, MD, PHD; Bart L. Dolmatch, MD; Maurizio Galliene, MD; Ramesh Saxena, MD, PHD; and Douglas Slakey, MD, MPH
A preview of today’s new products.
A discussion on lesion access techniques, lowering amputation rates, and device development for below-the-knee interventions.