Tag: KDOQI

Fistula, graft or catheter—first and foremost, dialysis patients want an access...

“Catheters are not nearly as bad as we make them out to be.” This was one of the salient messages delivered by Theodore Saad...

KDOQI guidelines: Much-needed overhaul and missed opportunities

Scott Trerotola (University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA), who is set to be awarded a Society of Interventional Radiology (SIR) Gold Medal in June 2022,...

Plain balloon first and drug-eluting balloon second? The role of DCBs...

Kate Steiner (Stevenage, UK) discusses existing clinical evidence on drug-coated balloons (DCBs) in the treatment of arteriovenous access stenosis—and outlines areas where further data...

Charmaine Lok

Equally at home on the ward seeing patients, at study sites conducting research, and travelling the world for voluntary medical missions, Charmaine Lok has...
global kidney disease guidelines

PVI 2021: Global standardisation of guidelines and patient-first approach to kidney...

In the future, a global approach to help standardise clinical practice guidelines for kidney disease may be the ideal way forward. This was the...