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Improving knowledge and practice of vein preservation primarily for patients with kidney disease.
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Jeremy Crane Jul 6
Great article Helping ...tackle the ‘silent crisis’ of a lack of ethnic minority’s donors in England Such an important topic to keep talking about and discuss within our BAME communities
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Kam Kaur Jul 6
Thank you for helping to spread the awareness ❤️
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Jeremy Crane Jul 4
1/2 Precisely - was right at anastomisis. Have seen many of these aneurysms where a big fistula was simply ‘ligated’ and not excised. Unless in an emergency or patient frail++ I would not advocate a simple ligation but excision of the body of the fistula and
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Jeremy Crane Jul 4
2/2 feeding artery anastomotic site reconstruction. Particularly if the AVF is large, simple ligation leaves behind a stump aneurysm and a redundant thrombosed fistula with a risk of thrombophlebitis (renal ptnt can’t take NSAIDS) & long-term potential malignant transformation.
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Jeremy Crane 27 Mar 18
Creating a collaborative playlist for . All surgeons out there! Please respond with your top 3 fave operating tracks to add into Thanks!
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Jeremy Crane Jul 4
Hi Aisha, yes I would, under a regional block if possible. Often a ligation close to the anastomosis will lead to a true aneurysm of the brachial artery.
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Kidney disease aware Jul 4
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AJ Gunn Jul 3
access interventions by interventional radiology () are life-saving & life-sustaining procedures for many people Unbelievable that this simple balloon angioplasty done gave this ~17 months of problem-free dialysis sessions
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Jeremy Crane Jul 2
Thanks for the great discussion! So I excised the whole thing, horrible disintegrative thrombus within but radial artery unreconstructable & strong ulnar so ligated radial(with a heavy heart..!) He’s fine.
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Jeremy Crane Jul 2
Today’s case: Disused RCF aneurysm throwing off emboli. Patient has a stable renal transplant. Thoughts on management ?
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ASDIN Jul 2
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Jeremy Crane Jun 29
To all our patients with fistulas and grafts out there, please don’t get too dry in this UK heatwave and drink enough to stay well-hydrated (within your normal limits). Please retweet and copy in relevant friends patients and colleagues Enjoy your weekend!
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Jeremy Crane Jun 20
Great thread and as always right on the money !! I always steer away from PICC lines in patients with renal disease. Although of smaller lumen, a PICC can take out a good basilic and leave behind some central venous pathology for good measure!
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Amjid Ali Jun 19
We now have a comprehensive religious edict on organ donation and transplantation in Islam! I, for one don’t want anyone of any background to go through the journey I’ve been through with kidney failure. Without organ donors there can be no organ transplantation.
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Mike Stephens Jun 19
This is a fantastic achievement ⁦⁦⁩ and testament to your years of inspiring work. Very well done!
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NHS Organ Donation💗 Jun 19
A leading UK-based Muslim scholar has published a new fatwa to clarify the Islamic position on organ donation. We hope that the new fatwa will lead to more Muslims in the UK accepting that organ donation can go ahead in line with their faith.
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BBC Asian Network Jun 19
A recent survey suggested that almost half of the Muslims questioned wouldn’t donate their organs because they believe it’s against their religion. Now a new fatwa, ruling in favour of organ donation, has been issued by a prominent Islamic scholar and is being backed by the NHS.
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Jeremy Crane Jun 16
Who will transplant surgeons look after? Or will we be treated like technicians by the 1 in 4 ??
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Majid Mukadam Jun 17
Well done to Dunya Urdu news channel for telecasting this piece promoting organ donation amongst Muslim communities in the UK
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Genium May 21
Great to meet up with Mr Jeremy Crane and Dr Christine Hall - to go through the materials.
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