June 2017


In this Supplement

Tackling Complex Cases in AV Access

Providing durable access in challenging presentations.



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High-Flow Versus Low-Flow Steal and the Hemodialysis Patient

A dialysis access expert weighs in on recognizing and managing this clinical presentation.

With Scott S. Berman, MD, MHA, FACS

Dialysis Cannulation: Direction of Bevel and Blood Flow

Discussing tips and tricks to optimize cannulation.

With Matteo Tozzi, MD

Case Report: An Anastomotic Technique for Small Arteries in Arteriovenous Graft Creation

By Matteo Tozzi, MD

Case Report: Combining Dialysis Access Technologies to Provide a Solution for a Complex Arteriovenous Access Problem

By Scott S. Berman, MD, MHA, FACS

Case Report: Creating a Sutureless Anastomosis at the Venous Outflow

By John R. Ross, MD

Case Report: Extending the Range of Vascular Access in Anatomically Challenging Patients With the GORE® Hybrid Vascular Graft

By Patricia Rosenberry, MS, BSN; Soo Yi, MD; Silke Niederhaus, MD; and David B. Leeser, MD, MBA

Case Report: Complex Vascular Access

By Filippo Benedetto, MD, PhD; David Barillà, MD; Narayana Pipitò, MD, PhD; and Domenico Spinelli, MD, PhD

Case Report: The GORE® VIABAHN® Endoprosthesis for AV Access Revision

By John R. Ross, MD

Case Report: Endovascular Salvage of an Abandoned AV Graft

Restoring and maintaining access patency using the GORE® VIABAHN® Endoprosthesis.

By Daniel V. Patel, MD

Case Report: The Versatility of the GORE® VIABAHN® Endoprosthesis

Several case reports highlighting its unique design and why it is a valuable tool for the interventionalist.

By Peter Wayne, MD

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