What is Secondary Assisted Central Venous access for Haemodialysis?
Secondary assisted central venous access is most commonly used for short-term or emergency Haemodialysis. A tube called venous catheter is inserted into a vein in the neck, chest, or groin for haemodialysis.
How does Secondary Assisted Central Venous access for Haemodialysis help?
In emergency cases, when there’s no time to prepare for haemodialysis, secondary assisted central venous access helps. The process can improve the quality of your life.