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

Scott S. Berman, MD, MHA, FACS

June 2017—A 37-year-old African American woman with chronic kidney disease requiring hemodialysis presented to our institution. The etiology of her renal failure was multifactorial, inc…

Case Report: Creating a Sutureless Anastomosis at the Venous Outflow

John R. Ross, MD

June 2017—A properly functioning dialysis access requires three things: (1) good arterial inflow, (2) a patent conduit (eg, native venous fistula, synthetic graft, in-dwelling central v…

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

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

June 2017—The GORE® Hybrid Vascular Graft (HVG) was approved for use in the United States in 20101 and was first used in 2011. One year later, the HVG with the 10 cm Nitinol Reinfor…

Case Report: Complex Vascular Access

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

June 2017—In the past, one of the major problems and causes of failure in hemodialysis (HD) has been the lack of suitable vascular access (VA) options. Over the last few decades, the ad…

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

John R. Ross, MD

June 2017—A 74-year-old patient presented with a thrombosed graft and outflow stenosis at the venous anastomosis approximately 6 months after receiving an upper arm arteriovenous (AV) g…

Case Report: Endovascular Salvage of an Abandoned AV Graft

Daniel V. Patel, MD

June 2017—Restoring and maintaining access patency using the GORE® VIABAHN® Endoprosthesis.

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

Peter Wayne, MD

June 2017—Several case reports highlighting its unique design and why it is a valuable tool for the interventionalist.

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

With Scott S. Berman, MD, MHA, FACS

June 2017—A dialysis access expert weighs in on recognizing and managing this clinical presentation.



2017 Device Guide

This Device Guide offers a searchable, comprehensive listing of the available vascular interventional devices in the United States.


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