By J. J. Cole, R. O. Hickman, M. B. Dennis Jr., W. Jensen, B. H. Scribner (auth.), Gauke Kootstra MD, PhD, Paul J. G. Jörning MD, PhD (eds.)
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The side-arm worked perfectly when we tried infusing 50070 dextrose into dialysis patients. However, when the technique was tried on patients with bowel disease the shunts clotted. What we had not foreseen was that patients with bowel disease usually have poor peripheral veins that thrombose readily and, unlike uraemic patients, they also have a normal clotting mechanism. As the realization began to sink in that the concept was on the verge of failure, a severely malnourished patient with Crohn's disease arrived for treatment.
Access Surgery: A review of current techniques for vascular access for Haemodialysis, Chemotherapy and Total parenteral nutrition by J. J. Cole, R. O. Hickman, M. B. Dennis Jr., W. Jensen, B. H. Scribner (auth.), Gauke Kootstra MD, PhD, Paul J. G. Jörning MD, PhD (eds.)