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Can you please describe needle infiltration in hemodialysis?

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Dr. Camilo Barcenas answered

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Usually when the needle gets out of the vein due to different reasons (movement of patient, bad veins , poor initial placement) an infiltration of blood coming out of the vein occurs. The degree of severity is variable.

Answered Jul 9, 2015

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