What type of dialysis access procedure would be necessary for peritoneal dialysis?

PD cath. A peritoneal catheter is introduced in the lower abdomen to allow for introduction of fluids in and out.
PD Catheter. The pd catheter needs to be inserted and positioned properly. This is usually done by a surgeon, but some interventional radiologists also place pd catheters. The majority of the catheter is inserted into the abdominal cavity and the outer segment is placed under the skin for a distance to the point where it exits the body and can be hooked up to the machine.