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Why aneurysm always happen to patients who is having a dialysis?

Why aneurysm always happen to patients  who is having a dialysis?

It's due to the need: Dialysis access grafts or fistulas develop aneurysms due to the repeated injury from being punctured multiple times per week. ...Read more

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Dr. Quresh Khairullah
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Dialysis (Definition)

Simple answer is that it is a medical technology used primarily to provide an artificial replacement for lost kidney function in people with renal failure. Hemodialysis remove wastes and excess water from the blood by circulating blood outside the body through an external filter, called a dialyzer. Blood and dialysate flow through in opposite directions and the ...Read more


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Taking subclavian vein from left arm n artrey from right n placing graft betwen them for dialysis.is it better or permanent catheter?no other option

Taking subclavian vein from left arm n artrey from right n placing graft betwen them for dialysis.is it better or permanent catheter?no other option

Avoid catheters.: It sounds like your vascular surgeon is planning on placing what is sometimes referred to as a "necklace graft." Regardless of their location, and if placed by an experienced surgeon, grafts carry a much lower risk of getting infected than catheters. With this lower risk for infection, people with grafts generally live longer than those with catheters, so catheters are a last resort. Good luck! ...Read more

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Can you get sepsis from a graft in leg it were he gets Dialysis? or after having a stroke?

Can you get sepsis from a graft in leg it were he gets Dialysis? or after having a stroke?

Here are some ...: Known to us, to survive, we have to win the first line of invisible war between our body and all environmental bacteria in oro-gastro-intestinal, respiratory, genitourinary tracts, on the skin, in finger nail & ear canal; we totally rely on the strength of personal unique immune defense capability- humoral & natural barriers (skin & mucosa), which results from genetic factors + healthy lifestyle. ...Read more

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How common is pneumonia and the need for dialysis after open heart surgery for a torn aorta due to an aneurysm and two blocked arteries?

How common is pneumonia and the need for dialysis after open heart surgery for a torn aorta due to an aneurysm and two blocked arteries?

Frequent: After such a life threatening event, it is not unusual to have complications, and renal failure needing dialysis as well as pneumonia from a prolonged intubation are actually quite common in this traumatic setting. ...Read more

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Cadaver renal graft removed due to aneurysm, 4th week after transplant, can he get another transplant soon ?

Cadaver renal graft removed due to aneurysm, 4th week after transplant, can he get another transplant soon ?

Yes waiting list : Has to wait till donor is available from the waiting list just like lost time, unless family member willing to donate the kidney, then it can be done soon, speak to the transplantation team. ...Read more

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I am 43 and need aortic aneurysm repair if i get endovascular stent and graft how long will it last before needing replacement or repair. ?

I am 43 and need aortic aneurysm repair if i get endovascular stent and graft how long will it last before needing replacement or repair. ?

The results vary: Stent replacement of aneurysms of the abdomen are increasing inuse..The results, barring immediate complications such as leak ( endleak) are comparable today with open surgical repair. ...Read more

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Can Ccr be 9.7 ml/min if S.Creatinine is just 2.37 mg/dl? S. Cr is consistent for 3 yrs. Does that mean I need dialysis, or it may be lab error?

Can Ccr be 9.7 ml/min if S.Creatinine is just 2.37 mg/dl? S. Cr is consistent for 3 yrs. Does that mean I need dialysis, or it may be lab error?

Subscientific: This pathologist doesn't believe in the "estimated GFR's" from spot creatinines. The idea of dialyzing somebody with a creatinine 2.3 is bolt stupid. I'll bet your nephrologist -- if you've even been referred -- will tell you the same thing. Just watch your diabetes and your hypertension and hopefully we can keep this under control. ...Read more

Dr. Shadi Abu Halimah
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Aneurysm (Definition)

An aneurysm is a condition where there is weakness in the wall of a blood vessel. A clot can form in the vessel as the vessel widens or expands. An artery with an aneurysm can ...Read more


Graft (Definition)

Tissues from one location are transferred to another . Also refers to ...Read more