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If blood flow is sufficient and allows for efficient dialysis, the A-V shunt is transformed into an A-V fistula during the following days. All our patients were dialysed on the newly created A-V fistula from A-V shunt blood vessels, at latest 48 h after surgery. The only problem sometimes encountered was postoperative oedema which required temporary singleneedle puncture. This type of A-V fistula was studied from 1 to 40 months (a mean of 12 months). In three cases, initial, non-functional A-V fistula (previous thrombosis, or small blood vessels in a child) was replaced by an A-V shunt.
The first of these is the abolition of infectious disease as the principal cause of death in the western world 12 , and a corresponding change in the focus of medicine to the treatment of chronic illness. Implicit in this emerging trend is the need to provide more specialized and focused therapies, some of which must be repeated at intervals and which require blood access. Haemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis are established examples of this trend. Others which are presently evolving include plasmapheresis, haemodetoxification and bone marrow transplantation and cancer chemotherapy.
Surgery, 78, 552 20 3 Side-to-side, side-to-end or end-to-end anastomosis for Cimino-Brescia fistula? Preliminary report of a randomized study B. FORSBERG, L. FORSBERG, E. LINDSTEDT, H. WESTLING AND T. WHITE Arteriovenous fistula in the forearm has been the established technique for vascular access in haemodialysis treatment for the last 15 years. The fistula is usually constructed between the radial artery and the cephalic vein if these vessels are available. The anastomosis may be performed side-to-side as was originally described by Cimino, Brescia and others in 1966.
Access Surgery: A review of current techniques for vascular access for Haemodialysis, Chemotherapy and Total parenteral nutrition by J. J. Cole, R. O. Hickman, M. B. Dennis Jr., W. Jensen, B. H. Scribner (auth.), Gauke Kootstra MD, PhD, Paul J. G. Jörning MD, PhD (eds.)