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Peritoneal Access

  • Mizuya FukasawaEmail author
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Abstract

Good surgical results require not only appropriate implementation of surgical procedures, but also adequate preoperative and postoperative care, which is applicable to every surgery. In particular, when peritoneal access (PA) surgery is required, sterile manipulation should be maintained because a catheter is an artificial device to a living body. The surgical procedure involved during PA is itself not the final goal, unlike other surgical operations, such as resection in common cancer therapy. After catheterization, it is necessary to attempt to use an implantation that allows long-term access.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Blood Purification UnitYamanashi UniversityChuoJapan

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