Vascular access steal syndrome

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In nephrology, vascular access steal syndrome or Dialysis-associated Steal Syndrome (DASS), also known less precisely as steal syndrome, refers to vascular insufficiency resulting from an arteriovenous fistula or synthetic vascular graft-AV fistula).

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Signs

Symptoms

Incidence

DASS occurs in about 1% of AV fistulas and 2.7-8% of PTFE grafts. [3][4]

Investigations

Treatment

The fistula flow can be restricted through banding, or modulated through surgical revision.

Revascularization Techniques

Banding Techniques

If the above methods fail, the fistula is ligated, and a new fistula is created in a more proximal location in the same limb, or in the contralateral limb.

See also

References

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