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AVF CANNULATION: BUTTONHOLE TECHNIQUE SHOULD BE THE FIRST CHOICE IN NEEDLING NATIVE AV FISTULA
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AVF Cannulation: Buttonhole Technique in Needling Native AV Fistula Name Institution Subject Date AVF Cannulation: Buttonhole Technique in Needling Native AV Fistula The Arteriovenous Fistula The Arteriovenous Fistula is a mode of accessing chronic hemodialysis that may be caused by low incidences of longevity and other complications.
27). The commonly used and preferred site for this dialysis is the radial artery in the forehead of the cephalic vein that is often found in the upper arms. Entirely all veins are expected to mature to be suitable for cannulation; therefore, a mature vein is that which has the diameter that allows successful cannulation. A successfully created fistula often takes averagely six to eight weeks before it is used. However, the same fistula must not be used sooner than a month. During the healing and maturation period, the fistula must be examined or accessed for infection, thrombosis, vessel development, and flow or bruits (Wilcox, 2008: p.34). Dangers that may results from lack of these practices may be due to lack of experience in the side of the nurses and patients as well. Therefore, the staff should be frequently train and audited to elevate their understanding of these requirements (Rajan, 2011: p. 66). Moreover, patients should be enlightened on the same requirements so that they can take or head for self health care services towards the same medical conditions. Additionally, nurses should be trained on the appropriate AVF placement sites to prevent causing serious medical or health malpractice or complications to the patients. ...
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