Brescia-Cimino method (part 3)

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To ensure adequate arterial supply to the limb after construction of a fistula the surgeon must make sure that the followings are fulfilled:

  • An alternative arterial supply is available
  • The artery is not interrupted
  • The anastomosis should be made as peripheral as possible or if a more central location between larger vessels such as the brachial artery and cephalic vein is required. The anastomosis should be made small enough to avoid a steal syndrome
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One Response to Brescia-Cimino method (part 3)

  1. RobbyeFaye says:

    Thank you for these detailed descriptions of different maladies and different surgeries. I need to visit more often to keep up!

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