Interventional Nephrology

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Historically, dialysis access care has been delegated to a variety of specialists, resulting in fragmentation of care delivery. Interventional Nephrology (IN) is an emerging subspecialty of Nephrology that focuses on providing continuity of clinical and procedural care to chronic kidney disease and dialysis patients. The procedures of IN include renal ultrasonography, placement and removal of hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis catheters, angiography and balloon angioplasty for vascular access stenosis, endovascular stent and coil placement for dialysis access dysfunction, and thrombectomy procedures for clotted vascular access. Interventional Nephrology: Principles and Practice describes a very direct approach to clinical problems encountered by the community of care providers who treat chronic kidney disease and dialysis patients. Practical scenarios faced on a day-to-day basis are presented by experts in the field utilizing the latest scientific information. In addition to internal medicine residents, nephrology fellows and practitioners, this comprehensive and useful resource is a must-have for the allied health professionals taking care of patients with hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis access problems.
1. Pre-operative Evaluation--History.- 2. Pre-operative Evaluation--Physical Examination.- 3. Admission After Intervention--When and Why.- 4. Communicating Effectively for Interventional Nephrologists.- 5. Anticoagulants and Thrombolytics.- 6. Non-invasive Screening and Testing for PAD in CKD patients.- 7. Overview of PAD Treatment in the CKD Population: Indications, Medical Strategies, and Endovascular Techniques.- 8. Unconventional Venous Access: Percutaneous Translumbar and Transhepatic Venous Access for Hemodialysis.- 9. Approach to a Non-Functioning Catheter.- 10. Approach to the Infected Catheter.- 11. Approach to a Patient Referred for Vascular Mapping.- 12. Approach to Arteriovenous Access.- 13. Approach to a Patient with Non-maturing AV Fistula.- 14. Approach to an Arteriovenous Access with Hyperpulsatile Pulse.- 15. Approach to an Arteriovenous Access with a Faint Thrill.- 16. Approach to an Arteriovenous Access with No Thrill, Bruit, or Pulse.- 17. Approach to Patient with Arteriovenous Access Presenting with Hand Pain.- 18. Central Vein Stenosis.- 19. Approach to a Patient with Pseudoaneurysm.- 20. Approach to Chest Pain During Dialysis.- 21. Approach to Cyanotic Digits and Hand Paresis.- 22. Approach to an Abnormal Surveillance Measurement.- 23. Arterial Stenosis Affecting Arteriovenous Fistulae and Grafts in Hemodialysis Patients: Approach to Diagnosis and Management.- 24. Approach to the Patient with Suspected Renal Artery Stenosis.- 25. Vascular Injury During Interventions.- 26. Pulmonary Embolism Associated with Dialysis Access Procedure.- 27. Stent Migration.- 28. Foreign Body Retrieval.- 29. Contrast and Medication Allergic Reactions.- 30. The Management of Serious Adverse Events Associated with Interventional Procedures.- 31. Preoperative Evaluation of a Patient for Peritoneal Dialysis Catheter.- Operative Considerations for Peritoneal Dialysis Catheter.- Approach to a Patient with Visceral Perforation.

Practical resource to clinical scenarios involving chronic kidney disease and dialysis patients

Comprehensively presents the latest scientific information on interventional nephrology

Authored by the leaders in this rapidly growing subspecialty