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Dialysis Graft is defined as patients with kidney disease who require dialysis need vascular access. For dialysis to work, blood has to leave the body, move through a dialysis machine (artificial kidney) and then go back into the body. This is possible with vascular access - a vascular surgeon uses a synthetic (manmade) tube, or graft, to connect an artery to a vein. The graft is placed under the skin and becomes an artificial vein that can be used repeatedly for needle placement and blood access during hemodialysis.
Related Journals of Dialysis Graft
Dialysis and clinical practice,Nephrology, Haematology, Journal of Nephrology & Therapeutics, Kidney, Liver, Liver: Disease & Transplantation, Seminars in Dialysis, Global Dialysis, Journal of dialysis, Therapeutic Apheresis and Dialysis, Kidney & Blood Pressure Research, Journal of Nephrology, Renal Failure, Renal Society of Australasia Journal, Hemodialysis International