Proactive care, tailored to fit your access needs.
Ultrasound and x-ray of the vessals in both arms.
The use of contrast dye to visualize the fistula.
The use of contrast dye to visualize the graft.
The process used to remove clots from the access and allow blood to flow again.
The placement of a catheter into one of the central veins.
The removal of a catheter from one of the central veins.
Removing the old catheter and replacing it with a new one.
Replacement of certain parts of the catheter that may be broken.
The placement of a small device into the vessel to prevent it from narrowing.
Exam to create images of the inside of your body.