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Single Needle Haemodialysis

  • R. Vanholder
  • N. A. Hoenich
  • S. Ringoir

Abstract

In 1972 Kopp et al (1) stated ‘Access to the blood stream is a problem in chronic hemodialysis. The presently preferred method is via dilated forearm veins which result from a surgically created arteriovenous fistula described by Brescia and co-workers in 1966. Two venipunctures or more in the case of poor puncture are required for dialysis. Since large needles are necessary their insertion requires skill, is painful and is detrimental to the fistula vessels. Usually the insertion of the second needle is considerably more difficult than the first, therefore, if only one venipuncture were necessary it would ease some of the problems’.

Keywords

Subclavian Vein Extracorporeal Circuit Hydraulic Circuit Single Needle Double Lumen Catheter 
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  • R. Vanholder
  • N. A. Hoenich
  • S. Ringoir

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