Arteriovenous Hemofiltration: A Kidney Replacement Therapy by Lee W. Henderson (auth.), Prof. Dr. med. Peter Kramer (eds.)

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Reported no thrombosis [7] for 5306 punctures of the femoral vein, the catheter remaining in the vein for the duration of hemodialysis. The risk of thrombosis increases if the catheter remains in the vessel after completion of hemodialysis. Kjellstrand et al. observed three cases of thrombosis of the femoral vein with one fatal arterial lung embolus, out of700 catheter punctures of the femoral vein [14]. In these three cases the catheters remained in the vein 24-72 h without constant dialysis. A similar experience was reported by a Spanish study group.

There was no evidence of catheter-induced bacteremia and sepsis. In the histologically examined vessel sections (n = 16) lined with thrombotic material, no bacteria were seen. Discussion The described puncture and catheterization of the femoral artery and vein are a simple method that can be implemented within a short time (5-15 min) [7, 15, 34]. This is most advantageous in an emergency situation. , poly traumatized patients) is not needed. Ligature of vessels can be avoided with femoral catheterization.

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