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Flow-Assisted Surgical Technique during Vascular Access Surgery

Flow measurement during vascular access surgery can help identify issues with flow or confirm the success of the anastomosis before closure.

“Use of the Transonic Flow-QC provides a measurable improvement in the quality of care you can extend to your patients. With Transonic Flow-QC you can: improve patient outcomes; reduce or delay the need for future interventions and document surgical results.” - T. Wolvos, MD, FACSD

In it you’ll discover:

  • How transit-time flowmetry can improve graft and fistula creation
  • How to measure flow during fistula banding procedures
  • How transit-time flowmetry can guide surgical revision of fistulas

Ready to see how flow can integrate into your procedures? Fill out the form to get your free copy now.