Doppler device solves problem of haemodialysis graft failure
This article was originally published in Clinica
Ingraft Technologies has developed a simple device and technique to detect venous stenosis in haemodialysis patients with arteriovenous shunts, before the onset of inadequate dialysis or sudden thrombosis. Stenosis caused by intimal hyperplasia leads to sluggish blood flow and the formation of thrombi. Is the most common cause of graft failure and often occurs without warning.
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