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What is Fistuloplasty?

Fistuloplasty is a medical procedure performed to treat a stenosis or narrowing in an arteriovenous fistula (AVF) is a surgically created connection between an artery and a vein, typically in the arm. It serves as the primary access point for hemodialysis, allowing efficient removal and return of blood during the treatment process. However, over time, AVFs can develop stenosis or narrowing, restricting blood flow and hindering successful dialysis sessions. Fistuloplasty, a form of endovascular intervention, is specifically designed to address such stenosis.

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If you’re living with chronic kidney disease (CKD), hemodialysis can be a life-saving treatment option. At our specialized clinic, we offer advanced hemodialysis services to help manage CKD and improve your overall well-being. Our dedicated team utilizes state-of-the-art equipment, including the “artificial kidney” dialyzer, to filter your blood outside the body and maintain essential electrolyte and fluid balance.

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Effective Treatment

Hemodialysis is a widely preferred treatment option for CKD, as it effectively filters waste products and excess fluids from the blood, mimicking the function of healthy kidneys.

Specialized Equipment

Our clinic utilizes cutting-edge equipment, including advanced dialyzers and monitoring systems, to ensure optimal results and a comfortable experience during each session.

Vascular Access Expertise

Our experienced team is skilled in accessing veins for hemodialysis treatment. We use techniques such as arteriovenous fistulas or vascular grafts, utilizing veins like the cephalic and basilic veins in the arm, for efficient and reliable access points.

Improved Quality of Life

 Hemodialysis helps maintain the delicate balance of electrolytes and fluid levels in your body, offering you a means to manage your CKD and enjoy a better quality of life.

Vascular Access Placement

Our experienced specialists will assess your vascular health and determine the best method for creating a reliable vascular access point for hemodialysis. This may involve arteriovenous fistula creation or vascular graft placement.

Hemodialysis Treatments

We offer regular hemodialysis sessions to filter your blood and remove waste products and excess fluids. Our clinic provides a comfortable environment where you can relax during each session while receiving expert care.

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Why is fistuloplasty performed?

Fistuloplasty is performed to address stenosis or blockages in the fistula, which can occur in individuals undergoing hemodialysis. By opening up the narrowed vessel, blood flow is improved, allowing for more efficient dialysis treatments.

How is fistuloplasty different from angioplasty?

Fistuloplasty is a specific type of angioplasty focused on the blood vessels in a fistula. Angioplasty, in a broader sense, refers to the procedure of using a balloon to open narrowed or blocked blood vessels anywhere in the body

Is fistuloplasty a common procedure?

Yes, fistuloplasty is a common and minimally invasive procedure performed to maintain the function of fistulas used in hemodialysis. It helps ensure proper blood flow for effective dialysis

How is fistuloplasty done?

During fistuloplasty, a catheter is threaded into the narrowed part of the fistula. A balloon at the catheter’s tip is then inflated to widen the vessel. This process helps to restore proper blood flow and improve the performance of the fistula.

Is fistuloplasty a painful procedure?

Fistuloplasty is usually done under local anesthesia, so the patient may feel some pressure or discomfort during the procedure, but it is generally well-tolerated.

How long does the fistuloplasty procedure take?

The duration of the fistuloplasty procedure varies but typically takes around 30 minutes to an hour, depending on the complexity of the case.

What are the potential risks of fistuloplasty?

While complications are rare, potential risks may include bleeding, infection, or damage to the blood vessel. Your healthcare team will discuss these risks with you before the procedure.

How soon can one resume hemodialysis after fistuloplasty?

In many cases, patients can resume hemodialysis shortly after the procedure, often on the same day. Your healthcare team will provide specific instructions based on your individual situation.

How long does the improvement from fistuloplasty last?

The duration of improvement from fistuloplasty can vary. In some cases, the blood vessel may remain open for an extended period, while in others, the narrowing may recur over time. Regular follow-up with your healthcare team is essential to monitor the fistula’s condition.

Are there alternatives to fistuloplasty for maintaining a fistula?

Depending on the situation, alternatives may include surgical revision or other interventions. Your healthcare team will discuss the best approach based on the specific condition of your fistula.

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