Brachiocephalic Jump Graft Fistula Successful in Dialysis

November 1999
Kidney;Nov/Dec99, Vol. 8 Issue 6, p252
Academic Journal
Evaluates the use of brachiocephalic jump graft fistulas for dialysis. Early failure and complication rates found; Reliability of brachiocephalic jump graft fistula; Provision of alternative graft access when the cephalic vein is dominant at the elbow crease.


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