A J Jescovitch

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Percutaneous central venous catheterization can provide reliable temporary hemodialysis access. The current study compared the hemodynamic performance of 28 coaxial catheters to 27 side by side catheters. A total of 675 dialysis sessions were evaluated to assess the flow characteristics of these two designs. The results demonstrated that the side by side(More)
A total of 167 carotid endarterectomies by the eversion technique were completed in 158 patients at a teaching hospital during the 6-year period ending July 1995. The average patient age was 66 years with a range of 39 to 89 years, and 99 (63%) were male. General anesthesia was employed routinely, and temporary indwelling shunts, were not used. Indications(More)
A central venous access service (CVAS) was created in a 600-bed teaching hospital to do elective percutaneous central venous catheterization (PCVC) in a safe and expeditious manner. A vascular surgeon, physician assistants, and registered nurses specializing in intravenous therapy comprise the service. From November 1990 through June 1995, the CVAS was(More)
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