Defining central venous line position in children: tips for the tip
Hemodialysis vascular access construction in the upper extremity: a review
Temporal regulation of venous extracellular matrix components during arteriovenous fistula maturation
Hemodialysis catheter locking solutions and the prevention of catheter dysfunction: a meta-analysis
Barriers to adopting a fistula-first policy in Europe: an international survey among national experts
Surgical management of vascular access related aneurysms to salvage dialysis access: case report and a systematic review of the literature
Vascular access in the obese: superficialisation of native radio-cephalic and brachio-cephalic fistulae
Central venous access devices in pediatric malignancies: a position paper of Italian Association of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology
The intracavitary ECG method for positioning the tip of central venous access devices in pediatric patients: results of an Italian multicenter study
Ultrasound-guided subclavian venipuncture is more rapidly learned than the anatomic landmark technique in simulation training
Current use of ultrasound for central vascular access in children and infants in the Nordic countries - a cross-sectional study
Balloon tamponade repair after inadvertent subclavian artery catheterization
Distal tourniquet-facilitated radial arterial cannulation in adults—a double-blinded, prospective, randomized and controlled study
Effectiveness of skin perfusion pressure monitoring during surgery for an ischemic steal syndrome associated refractory ulcer
Subclavian vein stent fracture treated using the stent within a stent technique
High-grade bacteremia in a patient with infected upper arm arterio-venous graft: resolution of the bacteremia upon graft ligation only
Catheter-related complications in patients with acute myeloid leukemia after hematopoietic stem cell transplant
Retrieval technique of a migrated guide wire
TRANSPOSED SUPERFICIAL FEMORAL VEIN FISTULA: DURABILITY DESPITE EARLY COMPLICATIONS : 8:00 - 8:12 | 215
SURGICAL AND ENDOVASCULAR SIMULTANEOUS TREATMENT OF THROMBOSED PROSTHETIC GRAFTS FOR HEMODIALYSIS IN HYBRID OPERATING ROOM : 8:15 - 8:27 | 99
ULTRASOUND GUIDED-ANGIOPLASTY, A SUITABLE ALTERNATIVE IN SOME PATIENTS : 8:30 - 8:42 | 176
DRIL PROCEDURE FOR HEMODIALYSIS ACCESS-INDUCED LOWER LIMB ISCHEMIA : 8:45 - 8:57 | 53
A 3-YEAR EXPERIENCE OF BOVINE PERICARDIAL PATCH ANGIOPLASTY FOR RECALCITRANT OR RECURRENT VENOUS STENOSIS IN VASCULAR ACCESS : 11:30 - 11:42 | 111
VONAPANITASE (PRT-201, RECOMBINANT HUMAN TYPE I PANCREATIC ELASTASE) FOR IMPROVED ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA OUTCOMES - LONG-TERM RESULTS : 11:45 - 11:57 | 157
BIOENGINEERED BLOOD VESSEL: PRECLINICAL AND FIRST-IN-MAN TESTING : 12:00 - 12:12 | 173
ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA REMODELING IN A RAT AVF MODEL : 12:15 - 12:22 | 118
A NOVEL MODEL OF BALLOON ANGIOPLASTY INJURY IN RAT ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA : 12:25 - 12:32 | 119
AN EXPERIMENTAL APPROACH TO THE GENESIS OF PERIVASCULAR VIBRATIONS OR WHAT IS THE CAUSE OF THE THRILL? : 12:35 - 12:42 | 129
COMPARISON OF SPIRAL AND CONVENTIONAL ARTERIOVENOUS GRAFTS USING COMPUTATIONAL METHODS : 12:45 - 12:52 | 138
CASPASE-3 EXPRESSION IS REDUCED BY FLOW IN A HUMAN WHOLE VEIN PULSATILE FLOW MODEL : 12:55 - 13:02 | 160
HYSTOMORPHOMETRIC CHANGES IN CEPHALIC VEINS AS A RESULT OF ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA : 13:05 - 13:12 | 167
LIPOSOMAL PREDNISOLONE INHIBITS VASCULAR INFLAMMATION AND ENHANCES MATURATION OF ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULAS IN MICE : 13:15 - 13:22 | 56
CAN AGGRESSIVE POSTOPERATIVE ULTRASOUND SURVEILLANCE ENHANCE AVF MATURATION? A PROSPECTIVE RANDOMIZED TRIAL : 15:00 - 15:07 | 45
DOES PRE- AND POST-ANGIOPLASTY DOPPLER ULTRASOUND EVALUATION HELPS PREDICTING VASCULAR ACCESS OUTCOME? A PROSPECTIVE TRIAL : 15:10 - 15:17 | 175
SECOND GENERATION SURVEILLANCE METHODS PREVENT THROMBOSIS AND INCREASE ASSISTED PATENCY RATE IN NATIVE ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULAE. A RANDOMIZED CLINICAL TRIAL : 15:20 - 15:27 | 181
MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO THE MANAGEMENT OF HAEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS WITH AUTOGENOUS ARTERIO-VENOUS FISTULA : 15:30 - 15:37 | 213
DOPPLER ULTRASOUND: A POWERFUL TOOL FOR HEMODIALYSIS VASCULAR ACCESS : 15:40 - 15:47 | 222
ASSESSING PERCUTANEOUS TRANSLUMINAL ANGIOPLASTY RISK USING COLOR DOPPLER ULTRASONOGRAPHY : 15:50 - 15:57 | 108
FIBRIN SHEATH FORMATION AND INTIMAL THICKENING AFTER CATHETER PLACEMENT IN DOG MODEL: ROLE OF HEMODYNAMIC WALL SHEAR STRESS : 17:30 - 17:37 | 27
IS ROUTINE CHEST RADIOGRAPHY (CX-RAY) NECESSARY AFTER SONOGRAPHIC-GUIDED INSERTION OF PERMANENT CENTRAL VEIN CATHETER (CVC) FOR HAEMODIALYSIS (HD)? : 17:40 - 17:47 | 46
CATHETER-LOCKING OF TUNNELLED CATHETERS FOR CHRONIC HEMODIALYSIS, COMPARISON OF THREE DIFFERENT INTERDIALYTIC REGIMENS : 17:50 - 17:57 | 51
TUNNELLED CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETERS FOR HAEMODIALYSIS INSERTED BY ULTRASONOGRAPHY IN A COUNTY HOSPITAL: FOUR YEARS OF EXPERIENCE : 18:00 - 18:07 | 94
ADEQUACY OF HEMODIALYSIS WITH PALINDROME TUNNELED CATHETERS VS. ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULAS: A SINGLE-CENTER OBSERVATIONAL STUDY : 18:10 - 18:17 | 100
OUR EXPERIENCE IN COMPLEX HEMODIALYTIC CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETER's INSERTION : 18:20 - 18:27 | 105
HIGH-FLOW AVF AND HEART FAILURE: COULD THE INDEXATION OF BLOOD FLOW RATE HAVE A ROLE IN THE IDENTIFICATION OF PATIENTS AT HIGHER RISK? : 17:30 - 17:37 | 81
IS THERE A RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ARTERIOVENOUS ACCESS FLOW AND CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS IN HAEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS? : 17:40 - 17:47 | 117
IS THERE HIGH FLOW ARTERIOVENOUS (AV) ACCESSES ASSOCIATED WITH WORSE HAEMODIALYSIS? : 17:50 - 17:57 | 209
MODIFICATION OF CARDIAC HEMODYNAMICS OCCURING AFTER HIGH FLOW REDUCTION BY PROXIMAL RADIAL ARTERY LIGATION OF RADIAL-CEPHALIC FISTULA FOR HAEMODIALYSIS : 18:00 - 18:07 | 84
VASCULAR ACCESS IN CARDIAC DYSFUNCTION UNDER 30% OF LEFT VENTRICULAR EJECTION FRACTION (LVEF <30%) : 18:10 - 18:17 | 52
EFFECTS OF WALL SHEAR STRESS IN VENOUS NEOINTIMAL HYPERPLASIA OF ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULAE : 18:20 - 18:27 | 31
LONG TERM FOLLOW UP OF VENOUS ANEURYSM IN NATIVE ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA : 17:45 - 17:52 | 229
EARLY FAILURE OF AUTOGENOUS DISTAL ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA DUE TO FOREARM ARTERY STENOSIS: ENDOVASCULAR TREATMENT : 17:55 - 18:02 | 85
DRUG-ELUTING BALLOON FOR THE TREATMENT OF FAILING DISTAL HEMODIALYTIC RADIO-CEPHALIC ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULAS: OUR EXPERIENCE IN TREATMENT OF JUXTA-ANASTOMOTIC STENOSES : 18:05 - 18:12 | 103
ANALYSIS OF THE 757 PTA CASES BY THE ULTRASONIC GUIDE FOR THE VASCULAR ACCESS OCCLUSION : 18:15 - 18:22 | 125
REVASCULARIZATION OF CENTRAL VENOUS OCCLUSIONS WITH DEDICATED VENOUS STENTS TO SALVAGE OR CREATE UPPER EXTREMITY VASCULAR ACCESS : 18:25 - 18:32 | 147
LAMINATE MEDICAL EXTERNAL SUPPORT TECHNOLOGY THAT IMPROVES VASCULAR ACCESS MATURATION RATES - FIRST PRESENTED INTERIM RESULTS : 09:00 - 09:07 | 97
IMPROVING EDUCATION ACCESSIBILITY: INTRODUCTION OF A VASCULAR ACCESS E-LEARNING MODULE IN AUSTRALIA : 09:10 - 09:17 | 22
PERSONAL SELF-CARE VASCULAR ACCESS : 09:20 - 09:27 | 195
THE EFFECT OF A POSTOPERATIVE EXERCISE PROGRAM ON ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA MATURITY: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL : 09:30 - 09:37 | 38
NEUTROLINTM, A CATHETER LOCK SOLUTION (CLS) WITH NO REPORTED HUMAN RESISTANCE, SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCES THE RATES OF INFECTION AND THROMBOSIS IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS ENROLLED IN A POST-APPROVAL SURVEILLANCE STUDY : 12:00 - 12:12 | 58
REMOVAL OF STUCK CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETER: A SAFE AND RELIABLE METHOD : 12:15 - 12:27 | 221
TORONTO EXPERIENCE WITH THE HEMODIALYSIS RELIABLE OUTFLOW (HERO) GRAFTS; A SINGLE CENTRE EXPERIENCE : 15:00 - 15:07 | 68
USEFULNESS OF MAPPING FOR FISTULA CREATION IN HIGH RISK PATIENTS. CONTROLLED STUDY OF 334 CASES WITH 5 YEARS FOLLOW UP : 15:10 - 15:17 | 230
ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA WITH SUPERFICIALIZED BRACHIAL ARTERY IS AN EFFECTIVE VASCULAR ACCESS IN HIGH-RISK PATIENTS FOR FISTULA IMMATURITY : 15:20 - 15:27 | 86
FOGARTY CATHETER IN HEMODIALYTIC ARTERO-VENOUS FISTULA's SURGICAL CONFECTION: OUR EXPERIENCE, EARLY AND PRIMARY FAILURE : 15:30 - 15:37 | 107
COMPARATIVE OUTCOMES OF PRIMARY NATIVE FISTULAS TO GRAFTS IN EXTREMELY OLD PATIENTS : 15:40 - 15:47 | 136
PREDICTION OF THE MATURATION OUTCOME OF THE RADIOCEPHALIC ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULAS BASED ON MORPHOLOGICAL AND FUNCTIONAL PARAMETERS OF BLOOD VESSELS : 15:50 - 15:57 | 153
EARLY CANNULATION GRAFT FOR REDUCTION OF CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETERS : 17:30 - 17:37 | 158
VASCULAR ACCESS IN THE OBESE: SUPERFICIALISATION OF NATIVE RADIO-CEPHALIC AND BRACHIO-CEPHALIC FISTULAE : 17:40 - 17:47 | 159
INTERMEDIATE RESULTS OF USING SPIRAL FLOW AV GRAFT: IS IT A BREAKTHROUGH SOLUTION TO A DIFFICULT PROBLEM? : 17:50 - 17:57 | 163
ARTERIAL STIFFNESS CORRELATES WITH ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA OUTCOMES : 18:00 - 18:07 | 166
THE IMPACT OF ULTRASOUND VEIN MAPPING ON OUTCOMES FROM ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULAE : 18:10 - 18:17 | 194
VASCULAR ACCESS TYPES IN PATIENTS STARTING HEMODIALYSIS WITH FAILED KIDNEY TRANSPLANTS: A RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS : 18:20 - 18:27 | 210
EFFECT OF TRANSDERMAL NITROGLYCERIN ON NEWLY CREATED ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA FOR HEMODIALYSIS : 18:30 - 18:37 | 227
IMPLEMENTATION OF THE BUTTONHOLE PUNCTURE TECHNIQUE FOR VASCULAR ACCESS IN A HEMODIALYSIS UNIT: RESULTS AND ASSESSMENT OF THE PATIENTS : 11:30 - 11:37 | 50
REAL TIME ULTRASOUND GUIDED TO HELP DIFFICULT ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULAS CANNULATION FOR HEMODIALYSIS SESSION : 11:40 - 11:47 | 142
BUTTONHOLE AS THE TECHNIQUE TO AVOID THE LOSS OF COMPLEX VASCULAR ACCESS: 5 YEARS OF FOLLOW UP : 11:50 - 11:57 | 226
EVOLUTION OF VASCULAR ACCESS MANAGEMENT IN ITALY: COMPARISON OF TWO SURVEYS FIFTEEN YEARS APART : 12:00 - 12:07 | 48
USE OF LONG-TERM CATHETERS IN JAPAN : 12:10 - 12:17 | 55
IMPACT ON VASCULAR ACCESS CARE AND SAFETY OF AN INTERVENTIONAL NEPHROLOGY PROGRAM IN AN ACADEMIC CENTER IN THE MIDDLE EAST : 12:20 - 12:27 | 140
CENTER-RELATED FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH VASCULAR ACCESS USE IN GERMANY : 12:30 - 12:37 | 190
THE 12-MONTH PATENCY RATE AFTER A FIRST PTA FOR FAILED ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA: COMPARISON BETWEEN LOW-PRESSURE AND HIGH-PRESSURE BALLOON DILATION (YOROI STUDY) : 12:40 - 12:47 | 69
A NOVEL CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM FOR AUTOGENOUS ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA ANEURYSMS IN RENAL ACCESS PATIENTS : 12:50 - 12:57 | 23
PLASTIC HAEMODIALYSIS CANNULA: IS THIS THE ALTERNATIVE TO STEEL NEEDLES WE HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR? : 01
VASCULAR ACCESS (VA) NEEDLING THROUGH CATHETER-FISTULA: EFFECT ON PAIN AND HEMODIALYSIS (HD) ADEQUACY : 02
NURSING REPORT FOR VASCULAR ACCESS ON HEMODIALYSIS: MONITORING AND SURVEILLANCE : 03
IMPORTANCE OF TRAINING IN VASCULAR ACCESS TO PATIENT IN HHD: CONTINUITY OF CARE : 04
VWING's FOR ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULAS WITH CANNULATING PROBLEMS : 05
SEVEN DEADLY SINS IN DIALYSIS ACCESS : 06
CARE OF THE VASCULAR ACCESS PRE AND POST OPERATION : 07
DEXTROCARDIA AND TUNNELLED CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETER FOR HAEMODIALYSIS : 08
ONE STEAL SYNDROME….TWO PROBLEMS : 09
CASE REPORT: ILIAC VEIN PATCH ANGIOPLASTY TO ACCOMMODATE PTFE LEG AV FISTULA FOR RESCUE VASCULAR ACCESS : 10
EXPERIENCE WITH BALLOON CATHETER “NSE” : 11
TUNNELLED TRACT OF LONG TERM CATHETER FROM THE ELBOW TO RIGHT JUGULAR VEIN TO AVOID A BILATERAL PAINFUL GYNECOMASTIA : 12
PSEUDOANEURYSM BURSTING OUT THE SKIN IN NATIVE ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA : 13
TWO CASES OF CUFFED CATHETERS PROLAPSING IN THE MEDIASTINUM : 14
THE USAGE OF THROMBIN IN CASE OF PFEUDOANEURYSM AFTER PUNCTURING OF FISTULAE : 15
PROSTHETIC REINFORCEMENT OF VENOUS ANEURYSMORRHAPHY IN THE MANAGEMENT OF AN ANEURYSMAL FISTULA WITH PERSISTENT CENTRAL VENOUS STENOSIS : 16
AGGRESSIVE ENDOVASCULAR TREATMENT OF A BRACHIAL-AXILLARY GRAFT THROMBOSIS : 17
HYBRID OPERATING ROOM. LEADING-EDGE TECHNOLOGY IN THE TREATMENT OF COMPLICATIONS OF THE VASCULAR ACCESS : 18
DELAYED FRACTURED STENT - WHAT NEXT? : 19
SUCCESSFUL SWITCH TO SAFETY - SOUTH AFRICAN EXPERIENCE WITH A NEW PASSIVE SAFETY PERIPHERAL INTRAVENOUS CATHETER : 20
ANALYSIS OF SURVIVAL OF OLDER PATIENTS WITH ILIAC VEIN TUNNELED CUFFED CATHETERS ON MAINTAINED HEMODIALYSIS : 21
COMPLICATIONS OF PERCUTANEOUS PLACEMENT OF TUNNELED DIALYSIS CATHETERS: OUTCOME A SINGLE CENTER : 22
RISK FACTOR ANALYSIS FOR TUNNELED CATHETER INFECTION ON HEMODIALYSIS - FIVE-YEAR ONE CENTER EXPERIENCE : 23
OUTCOME OF A SERIES OF FORTY TUNNELLED HEMODIALYSIS CATHETERS INSERTED THROUGH THE COMMON FEMORAL VEIN : 24
EFFECTIVENESS OF SYSTEMIC ANTIBIOTIC THERAPY ASSOCIATED WITH ANTIBIOTIC LOCK THERAPY IN THE TREATMENT OF CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETER-RELATED BACTEREMIA PERMANENT (CRBSI) HEMODIALYSIS: RESULTS OF A COHORT STUDY : 25
REPLACEMENT OF TUNNELLED HEMODIALYSIS CATHETERS USING A DIFFERENT TUNNEL: A NEW PROCEDURE TO CHANGE MALFUNCTIONING CATHETERS : 26
COMPLICATIONS OF TUNNELLED-CATHETERS FOR HAEMODIALYSIS OUR EXPERIENCE : 27
THE PLACEMENT OF PERMANENT DUAL LUMEN DIALYSIS CATHETERS (PDLDC) INTO A CENTRAL VEIN WITH ONLY THE USE OF A GUIDE WIRE. THE EXPERIENCE OF A RENAL UNIT : 28
THE CENTRAL VENOUS TUNNELED CATHETER IN HAEMODIALYSIS: FIRST TUNISIAN EXPERIENCE : 29
REDUCED MANIPULATION OF HAEMODIALYSIS CATHETER PREVENTS INFECTION OF EXIT SITE : 30
POST-INSERTION ASSESSMENT AND FOLLOW-UP PROGRAMME OF TUNNELED CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETERS IN 2013, THE FIRST RESULTS : 31
INFECTIOUS COMPLICATIONS RELATED TO CENTRAL VENOUS HEMODIALYSIS (HD) CATHETERS : 32
HEMODIALYSIS TUNNELED CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETERS: FIVE YEARS SINGLE CENTER EXPERIENCE : 33
RETROSPECTIVE EVALUATION OF HEMODIALYSIS CATHETERS PLACED IN EMERGENCY IN A RENAL WARD : 34
SERRATIA MARCESCENS BACTERAEMIA IN HEMODYALISIS PATIENTS WITH TUNNELLED CATHETERS DUE TO COLONIZATION OF ANTISEPTIC SOLUTION : 35
OPTIMIZED CATHETER-RELATED BACTEREMIA IN DIALYSIS: 6-YEAR PROSPECTIVE STUDY USING ONLY UNIVERSAL MEASURES : 36
INFLUENCE OF VASCULAR ACCESS TYPE ON KEY CLINICAL AND LABORATORY PARAMETERS IN CHRONIC HAEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS : 37
INVESTIGATING THE INFLUENCE OF HEMODYNAMICS ON VASCULAR REMODELLING OF AN ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA USING COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS : 38
ARE EARLY CANNULATION ARTERIOVENOUS GRAFTS (ECAVG) A VIABLE ALTERNATIVE TO TUNNELED CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETERS (TCVCS)?: AN OBSERVATIONAL “VIRTUAL STUDY” AND HEALTH ECONOMIC ANALYSIS : 39
REDUCING SURGEON RADIATION EXPOSURE DURING DIALYSIS ACCESS ANGIOPLASTY : 40
ASSESSING UK TRENDS IN VASCULAR ACCESS IMAGING FOR HAEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS - RESULTS FROM REDVASQI : 41
SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS OF VASCULAR ACCESS OUTCOMES IN ELDERLY PATIENTS : 42
PREDICTION OF DIALYSIS GRAFTS LONG-TERM PATENCY : 43
HEMODIALYSIS QUALITY IN PATIENTS WITH TUNNELED CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETERS IN THE FIRST YEAR : 44
STUDY ON PERIPHERAL CIRCULATORY MOVEMENT OF CHRONIC RENAL FAILURE PATIENTS’ LIMBS WITH ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA : 45
ON THE MATTER OF SELECTION OF VENOUS ACCESS SYSTEMS AND PROFESSIONALS INVOLVED IN THEIR INSTALLATION : 46
INITIAL EXPERIENCE WITH A NEW DRUG-ELUTING BALLOON FOR TREATMENT OF CRITICAL STENOSIS IN PROSTHETIC VASCULAR ACCESS : 47
REPEATED LOW PRESSURE TECHNIQUE : 48
FISTULA LIGATION AND CARDIAC FUNCTION IN KIDNEY TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS : 49
OUTCOMES OF NON-NEEDLED AND NEEDLED ANEURYSMAL ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULAE : 50
THE USE OF TRANSRADIAL ACCESS FOR PERCUTANEOUS INTERVENTION OF DYSFUNCTION ARTERIOVENOUS ACCESS : 51
TREATMENT AND EVALUATION OF VAIVT-RELATED COMPLICATIONS : 52
PERMANENT CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETERS. STRATEGIES IN DIFFICULT PROCEDURES : 53
AXILLARY ARTERY TO DISTAL FEMORAL VEIN GRAFT FISTULA AS ALTERNATIVE OPTION FOR FEMORAL ARTERY OBSTRUCTION OR STENOSIS IN PATIENTS RECEIVING DIALYSIS : 54
PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF ENDOVASCULAR REVASCULARIZATION WITH HYDRODYNAMIC THROMBECTOMY CATHETER OF THROMBOSED ARTERIOVENOUS GRAFTS: OUR EXPERIENCE FOR 3 YEARS : 55
LOCAL HEMODYNAMIC CHANGES AND HAND EDEMA AFTER LONGSTANDING AVF CLOSURE IN KIDNEY-TRANSPLANT PATIENTS : 56
PLICATION TECHNIQUE IN HIGH-FLOW FISTULAS : 57
THE SIMPLE AND EASY SHEATH REVERSE TECHNIQUE AT THE TIME OF THE PTA ENFORCEMENT FOR MULTIPLE STENOSIS LESIONS : 58
SHUNTLESS VASCULAR ACCESS UNDER ULTRASOUND-GUIDED PUNCTURE : 59
PERCUTANEOUS ANGIOPLASTY OF JUXTA-ANASTOMOTIC STENOSIS OF FAILING DISTAL RADIO-CEPHALIC HEMODIALYTIC ARTERIOVENOUS SHUNT: OUR TECHNIQUES IN COMPARISON : 60
EARLY RESULTS USING BRAIN NATRIURETIC PEPTIDE (BNP) AS A MARKER FOR THE EFFICACY OF SECONDARY EXTENSION TECHNIQUE (SET) IN IMPROVING MYOCARDIAL FUNCTION IN DIALYSIS PATIENTS WITH HIGH FLOW FISTULAS : 61
EARLY EXPERIENCE WITH VIABAHN STENT-GRAFTS TO TREAT CEPHALIC ARCH STENOSIS IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS WITH IPSILATERAL ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULAS : 62
A BULLET PROOF GRAFT TO PROMOTE SAFE, RELIABLE, AND IMMEDIATE HEMODIALYSIS ACCESS : 63
USEFULNESS OF MONITORING LASER DOPPLER SKIN PERFUSION PRESSURE FOR EVALUATING ISCHEMIC STEAL SYNDROME IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS : 64
THE INCIDENCE AND MANAGEMENT OF CENTRAL VEIN RUPTURE DURING PTA FOR HEMODIALYSIS ACCESS PATIENTS : 65
THE NECROTIC, INFECTED OR BLEEDING A-V FISTULA: CAN IT BE SALVAGED? : 66
SKIN NECROSIS IN NATIVE ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA : 67
SURGICAL SALVAGE OF INFECTED POLYTETRAFLUOROETHELENE (PTFE) UPPER ARM ACCESS BY PTFE JUMP GRAFT : 68
NEAR-INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY (NIRS) IN VASCULAR ACCESS. A NEW APPLICATION FOR INVOS®SPECTRA : 69
EXTENDED VEIN RESECTION FOR TREATMENT OF AVF INFECTION: A CASE REPORT : 70
ULTRASOUND GUIDED ANGIOPLASTY FOR TREATMENT OF PERIPHERAL STENSOSIS OF ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA : 71
SINGLE CENTER THIRD WORLD EXPERIENCE WITH AV FISTULA PSEUDOANEURYSMS : 72
HYBRID MANAGEMENT OF THROMBOSED PROSTHETIC ACCESS FOR HEMODIALYSIS : 73
EXHAUSTED VASCULAR ACCESS: A PROPOSED CLASSIFICATION : 74
EARLY RESULTS OF ENDOVASCULAR REPAIR OF FAILING DIALISYS ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULAS : 75
THE EFFECT OF POSITION ON ARTERIAL AND VENOUS GEOMETRY IN THE ARM: A SINGLE CASE OBSERVATIONAL STUDY : 76
PRE-OP GROUP AND SAVE SAMPLES ARE UNNECESSARY FOR ROUTINE ARTERIO-VENOUS FISTULA SURGERY : 77
ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA FORMATION - DOES DIABETES REALLY MATTER? : 78
ASSOCIATION OF CORONARY ARTERY CALCIFICATION AND ARTERIAL MICRO-CALCIFICATION OF THE VASCULAR ACCESS IN INCIDENT HEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS : 79
ALTERNATIVE VENOUS OUTFLOW BY BRACHIAL TO JUGULAR VEIN VASCULAR ACCESS FOR HEMODIALYSIS IN THE EXHAUSTED UPPER EXTREMITIES : 80
LONG TERM OUTCOMES OF ARTERIOVENOUS GRAFTS FOR HEMODIALYSIS IN LOWER EXTREMITIES : 81
COMPLICATIONS OF ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULAS AND ARTIFICIAL GRAFTS IN PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC RENAL FAILURE : 82
GORE® HYBRID GRAFT FOR PROSTHETIC VASCULAR ACCESS. LESSONS LEARNED FROM AN INITIAL EXPERIENCE : 83
EFFECT OF OPERATING DOCTORS TRAINING ON OUTCOME OF ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA (AVF) AND ARTERIOVENOUS GRAFT (AVG) : 84
FEASIBILITY OF BASILIC VEIN TRANSPOSITION AVF AFTER SIDE TO SIDE BRACHIOCEPHALIC AVF : 85
TIMING OF VASCULAR ACCESS CREATION IN PATIENTS BEFORE HEMODIALYSIS INITIATION: OBSERVATIONAL STUDY IN JAPAN : 86
THE SLF GRAFT FOR HEMODYALISIS - MIDTERM RESULTS OF THE FIRST EUROPEAN SERIES : 87
CLINICAL IMPORTANCE OF INTRAOPERATIVE CEPHALIC VEIN DISTENSIBILITY: AS A PREDICTOR OF MATURATION OF RADIOCEPHALIC ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA : 88
PRE-OPERATIVE BIOLOGICAL MARKERS IN PREDICTING OUTCOME OF FISTULA FORMATION : 89
EVERY EFFORT TO MAKE AV FISTULA SMALLER - THE TECHNIQUE OF FINE SUTURE AND RESULTS : 90
FEMORAL VEIN TRANSPOSITION FOR ARTERIOVENOUS HEMODIALYSIS ACCESS : 91
PREOPERATIVE IMAGING IN ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA FORMATION: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW : 92
PREOPERATIVE EXAMINATION FOR ARTERIOVENOUS ACCESS IN HAEMODIALYSIS: INSIGHT INTO CLINICAL PRACTICE GUIDELINES : 93
MULTIPLE FAILED FISTULAE: THE LOWER LIMB OPTIONS : 94
FOCUSSED TRAINING IN RENAL ACCESS SURGERY - INTERIM QUALITATIVE DATA FROM A PILOT STUDY AT BRIGHTON AND SUSSEX UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS NHS TRUST, UK : 95
PREDIALYSIS ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA CREATION IN ELDERLY PATIENTS : 96
HOW MUCH TIME IS NEEDED IN CKD 5 PREDIALYSIS FOR A PROGRAMMED START OF A RENAL REPLACEMENT THERAPY (RRT)? : 97
ARE THERE ANY CLINICAL VALID RULES FOR THE MATURATION OF ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULAS (AVF) IN HAEMODIALYSIS AND CKD 5 PREDIALYSIS POPULATION? : 98
REDUCTION OF SHEAR STRESS IN THE NATIVE VEIN BY USING AN ALTERNATIVE TECHNIQUE OF CONSTRUCTING VENOUS ANASTOMOSIS IN ARTERIOVENOUS GRAFT : 99
INITIAL EXPERIENCE OF POLYCARBONATE-UROTHANE VASCULAR GRAFT (AVFLO) FOR HAEMODIALYSIS ACCESS : 100
PROPHYLACTIC FOGARTY CATHETER DILATATION OF VEINS SMALLER THAN 2.5 MM AFTER COMPLETION OF THE ANASTOMOSIS DURING ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA CREATION : 101
EARLY EXPERIENCE WITH A NOVEL SELF-SEALING NANOFABRIC VASCULAR GRAFT FOR EARLY HEMODIALYSIS ACCESS : 102
SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF THE ULNAR-BASILIC ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA FOR HAEMODIALYSIS : 103
ARE THERE ANY RISK FACTORS TO DEVELOP HIGH FLOW ARTERIOVENOUS ACCESSES IN HAEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS? : 104
RE-VISITING THE RISKS OF CONTRAST ENHANCED MRI IN VASCULAR ACCESS IMAGING : 105
FLOW VOLUME AND RESISTANCE INDEX PREDICT EARLY ACCESS FAILURE IN ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULAE : 106
A NOVEL SEMIAUTOMATIC TECHNIQUE FOR VOLUME FLOW MEASUREMENT COMBINING VECTOR FLOW IMAGING AND SPECTRAL DOPPLER : 107
IMAGE (CT, ULTRASOUND AND ANIOGRAPHY) IN THE HIPOPERFUSION ISCHEMIC SYNDROME IN PATIENTS ON HAEMODIALYSIS : 108
EARLY ENDOVASCULAR TREATMENT OF STENOSIS IN VASCULAR ACCESS BEFORE THE FIRST CANNULATION IN HEMODIALYSIS PATIENT : 109
VASCULAR ACCESS MANAGEMENT USING ULTRASONOGRAPHY DURING HEMODIALYSIS : 110
VASCULAR GRAFT ACCESS FOR HEMODIALYSIS: ASSOCIATED COMPLICATIONS, THERAPEUTIC PROCEDURES AND PATENCY IN THE LAST THIRTEEN YEARS : 111
SURVIVAL OF TUNNELED HEMODIALYSIS CATHETERS AFTER PERCUTANEOUS PLACEMENT : 112
WHY WE DO NEED DIALYSIS ACCESS SURVEILLANCE PROGRAMS : 113
THE CURRENT STATUS OF THE VASCULAR ACCESS FOR LONG-TERM HEMODIALYSIS/HEMODIAFILTRATION PATIENTS IN JAPAN : 114
IMPLEMENTATION OF A PROCEDURE TO PREVENT INFECTIONS RELATED TO VASCULAR ACCESS - RESULTS OF AN IN-HOSPITAL HAEMODIALYSIS UNIT : 115
CLINICAL UTILITY OF THE NEW (CAVEA2T2) SCORING SYSTEM FOR PREDICTING RADIO-CEPHALIC ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA SURVIVAL : 116
A NOVEL FACTOR FOR PRIMARY ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA FAILURE: HYPERINSULINISM : 117
CHANGES OF FLUID DISTRIBUTION DETERMINED BY MULTIFREQUENCY BIOELECTRICAL IMPEDANCE AFTER ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA CREATION : 118
VASCULAR ACCESS SURVEILLANCE: 10 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE WITH AN OPEN* ACCESS CLINIC : 119
THE EFFICACY OF A DUAL SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM FOR ARTERIO-VENOUS FISTULAS (AVF) IN IMPROVING ACCESS PATENCY : 120
ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA SURVIVAL: A TUNISIAN EXPERIENCE : 121
A NEW COMPUTERIZED SYSTEM FOR SURVEILLANCE OF PROSTHETIC VASCULAR ACCESS : 122
COMPLICATIONS OF ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA NATIVES IN HEMODIALYSIS : 123
RISK FACTORS FOR FAILURE EARLY IN VENOUS FISTULA ARTERIOVENOUS HEMODIALYSIS : 124
IMMUNOHYSTOLOGIC CHANGES IN EARLY ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA FAILURE : 125
THERMODILUTION METHOD IN DIAGNOSTIC OF ACCESS DYSFUNCTION VASCULAR - EXPERIENCE OF A CENTER : 126
PATENCY RATES OF THE ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULA FOR HEMODIALYSIS IN A HETEROGENEOUS POPULATION: A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY : 127
PERCUTANEUS ULTRASOUND-GUIDED ANGIOPLASTY OF AVF STENOSIS - EFFECTIVE AND SAFE ALTERNATIVE TO FLUOROSCOPY : 128
THE SIGNIFICANCE OF AN ULTRASOUND DETECTED STENOSIS IN ARTERIOVENOUS RADIOCEPHALIC FISTULA : 129
ENDOSCOPIC SUPERFICIALISATION OF ARTERIOVENOUS FISTULAE : 130