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National survey of vascular access services for haemodialysis patients
There is much variation in the provision of dialysis access in the UK. To address this, a multiprofessional vascular access special interest group was formed to raise awareness and encourage implementation of clinical ...
Development of a trigger tool to detect harm during haemodialysis
Haemodialysis is a widely used renal replacement therapy that is associated with multiple risks for patients. Monitoring of harm associated with haemodialysis is often limited to reporting of critical incidents, which is ...
A narrative systematic review of randomised controlled trials that compare cannulation techniques for haemodialysis
Background: Cannulation of arteriovenous access for haemodialysis affects longevity of the access, associates with complications and affects patients’ experiences of haemodialysis. Buttonhole and rope ladder techniques ...