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Japanese study investigates new device for accurate haemodialysis catheter placement

20th August 2018

Researchers at Okayama University report in The Journal of Vascular Access the use of a supporting device for accurately placing haemodialysis catheters in dialysis patients.

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The Vascular Access Society of Britain and Ireland was established in 2010 by a group of like-minded nephrologists, radiologists and surgeons. It is a new and enthusiastic society that aims to improve the quality of vascular access provision and so improve the quality of life of patients requiring haemodialysis.

 

It looks to achieve these goals by promotion of best practice, professional and patient education and fostering of high quality research.One strength of VASBI is its multidisciplinary membership that is open to nephrologists, radiologists, surgeons, nurses, radiographers, sonographers, vascular technicians, students and any other interested health care professional.