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CX 2022: Nicholas Inston on Vascular Access Challenges

2021-12-15T11:24:26+00:00

Nicholas Inston (Birmingham, UK) talks to CX about the challenges in creation, maintenance and salvage of vascular access in patients with end stage renal disease. Inston highlights the […]

CX 2022: Nicholas Inston on Vascular Access Challenges2021-12-15T11:24:26+00:00

CX 2021: Vascular Access programme targets impact of high-flow arteriovenous fistulas

2021-03-26T14:09:26+00:00

International practice differences exist in cannulation and dialysis provision with some approaches aiming for fistulas to suit the logistics of dialysis, rather than best long-term outcomes for the fistula and the patient

The CX 2021 Vascular Access Controversies Programme is designed to showcase the latest advances and disputes […]

CX 2021: Vascular Access programme targets impact of high-flow arteriovenous fistulas2021-03-26T14:09:26+00:00

CX 2020 LIVE: Vascular Access education and innovation “imperative” during COVID-19 crisis

2020-05-22T16:58:23+01:00


CX 2020 LIVE will consist of 10 live sessions, which will feature audience participation, and run from 16:00 BST/11:00 EDT/17:00 CEST every Tuesday and Thursday, from 26 May until 25 June. Make sure you register now to participate in the CX 2020 LIVE sessions.

Nicholas Inston (Birmingham, UK), co-chair of the Vascular […]

CX 2020 LIVE: Vascular Access education and innovation “imperative” during COVID-19 crisis2020-05-22T16:58:23+01:00

CX 2019 Vascular Access Programme Highlights

2019-09-06T16:38:16+01:00

Nicholas Inston, member of the CX Vascular Access Executive Board, gives the highlights for this year’s CX Vascular Access Masterclass which will focus on the maintenance and not just the formation of vascular access.

CX 2019 Vascular Access Programme Highlights2019-09-06T16:38:16+01:00
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