A Vascular Access Coordinator Improves the Prevalent Fistula Rate

Seminars in Dialysis, 04/27/2012

The data suggest that despite an unchanged catheter rate at dialysis initiation, the use of a vascular access coordinator implementing an aggressive, multidisciplinary access program can significantly increase the arteriovenous fistula rate while decreasing grafts and prevalent catheter use.

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