- January 14, 2021
- Posted by: AmericanEndovascular
- Categories: Dialysis Access Management, Endovascular Treatment
Physicians can offer multiple treatment options to prolong the life of fistulas and grafts, diminishing the need to put patients through multiple access surgeries at American Endovascular affiliated centers. The American Endovascular team of affiliated physicians specializes in complex endovascular care and are leading experts in dialysis access management. They know what it takes to help medical professionals treat dialysis patients and lead longer, more comfortable lives.
At American Endovascular affiliated centers, the physicians constantly strive to exceed the highest standards of clinical excellence. Their dedication to patients has earned the American Endovascular affiliated centers the prestigious Joint Commission Accreditation, the industry’s gold standard for certification. Dr. Spinowitz explains the different modes of Dialysis Access Management.
- How to decide which mode of dialysis is right for you?
- How do you prepare for dialysis access management? Is there anything you need to do prior to the procedure?
- How long do dialysis access procedures typically take?
- What should you expect after the procedure?
- How does a dialysis catheter placement procedure work?