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Renal Dialysis Port On Arm
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
Ckd patient had 5 fistula attempt on arm his venogram is patent radial n ulner but oculuded subclavian n basilary on right n left arm all veins ligate?
Ask your treating dr: Apparently, you have a great difficulty to gain access for long-term hemodialysis. Confronting such, one may consider the possibility with artificial vascular graft, which will of course not just have higher risk of infection but require more personal diligence & vigilance in care. To help realize life reality, go to Facts of Life-1,2,&3 by clicking the BUTTON on the left of www.formefirst.com. ...Read more
Multiple tests: Every patient on dialysis in us receives monthly blood tests-mandated by cms.They will get complete blood count and iron studies to check for anemia, few tests to measure dialysis adequacy, calcium phosphorus levels, albumin, parathyroid hormone level, hepatitis b tests. In addition, tests may be ordered depending on the patient condition.All these lab results are reviewed by nephrologist monthly. ...Read more
What to expect in my husbands diagnoses, he has stage 4 renal cell carcinoma. 2.5 CM tumor on right lung, one in vera cava vein, left kidney out..
Serious situation: From your description, your husband has advanced kidney cancer including at least a solitary lung metastasis. Not sure if you mean he had renal vein involvement on the kidney specimen or whether there is tumor left behind after removal. Next step would be chemotherapy or (less likely) immunotherapy. Not likely a role for radiotherapy. If lung lesion is only remaining site, may be role to remove. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Leg bruise due to hitting steering wheel. On plavix (clopidogrel) and apple size hemotoma. Rice procedure....A stent is in upper thigh artery ?
Do u have a stent?: Do u mean you have a stent in your artery in your upper thigh ? ...Read more
Anemia and kidney: Your mother has anemia of chronic kidney disease (ckd) and it is appropriate that she is receiving epogen (epoetin alfa). As kidneys go into later stages of ckd, they cannot make a hormone that stimulates the bone marrow to make red blood cells and are anemic as a result. Your mother needs this medication to have a higher hemoglobin than she would have if she did receive this drug and would feel weak. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Im on dialysis, kidney failure, live donor same blood type, expearment, trick kidney with stem cells and bone marrow, how would i go about it.Get apointmet?
Check Internet: You should search online for info on centers engaged in this research. Can also visit: http://www.Nationalstemcellfoundation.Org/list-of-treatable-conditions/kidney-transplant/ which has link to research trials and can be a starting point to see which university/research centers are participating. ...Read more
P-obstruct. diuresis: In majority, functional recovery in usually seen in the first week to ten days after obstruction is relieved. If severe renal failure is present, dialysis may be indicated, even after complete resolution of the obstruction. Dialysis may be required for a few weeks. In these cases complete functional improvement may not take place. ...Read more
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What cause shoulder pain in patient on peritoneal dialysis with turbid color fluid and peritoneal pain?
Lump on skin: Hemodialysis sites look like engorged veins. If they are "fistulas" (artery connected to a vein) the lump on the skin follows the natural pathway of the vein. Over time these can dilate and become aneurysmal. The arterio-venous grafts are basically synthetic / plastic tubes which are placed right under the skin. These you can see and feel. The actual needle puncture sites develop small scabs. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can i restart peritoneal dialysis after having removed the catheter due to peritonitis, as i've blood clotting, deep vein issues with heamodialysis ?
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
Would dialysis using a permanent catheter in the only patent left phimoral vein rule out transplantation on it ? Had aneurysmal rupture on the right.
Very tricky: Transplantation requires an adequate vein near an adequate artery and the bladder. Even if a femoral vein has been damaged, the vein higher up in the abdomen (the iliac or the vena cava) may still support a transplant. These technical details need to be carefully reviewed with a transplant surgeon in advance of transplantation. Most of the time, it is still possible. Best of luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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