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What to Expect from an Access Procedure

  • Your dialysis unit or nephrologist may refer you to the Access Center and make an appointment for you.
  • You should dress comfortably and bring your insurance cards.
  • When you arrive, a nurse will interview you and help you complete the necessary paperwork.
  • The physicians and nurses at the center are specially trained to evaluate and manage dialysis access problems. They will work closely with your doctor.
  • Your access will be examined, your vital signs will be taken, and your medical history will be reviewed. This information is important in determining the best approach for resolving your access problem.
  • Your treatment will take place in a sterile procedure room designed specifically to manage End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) patients and their access site issues. 
  • Most procedures take less than 45 minutes.
  • After spending a short time in the recovery area, you will be given instructions for any required follow-up care.
  • You will be able to return home, or to dialysis treatment, and resume your normal schedule.
  • A complete report will be sent to your doctor and your dialysis unit.

A new solution to Access Placement, Interventional Access Care and maintaining your Access:

Dialysis Access Center

16507 Southfield Rd.

Allen Park, MI  48101

Phone: 313-389-0648

Fax: 313-389-3510

Dialysis Access preservation is greatly affected by the early detection of it's dysfunction.  Timely resolution of any problems lead to fewer missed dialysis treatments and lower hospitalizations.

​The most common dialysis access problem is the narrowing of the access or the blood vessel attached to it. This narrowing, called "stenosis", can lead to the clotting of the access.  If this happens, dialysis treatments will not be effective and the access may stop flowing.

​The following procedures are performed at our center to achieve the best possible dialysis access health:

  • Vessel Mapping
  • Angioplasty
  • ​​Thrombectomy (Declotting)-
  • ​Accessory Vein Immobilization/Ligation
  • ​Hemodialysis Catheter Insertion/Exchange/Removal/Repair
  • ​Endovascular Stent Replacement
  • ​Aneurysm and Psuedo-aneurysm Repair​