Express Learning Breakout

I2 — Using the ultrasound in haemodialysis patients

Sunday, September 16
5:45 PM - 6:15 PM
Location: C171-172
Presentation CE Credits: 1 for two (2) 30-min Breakouts

Ultrasound is extremely useful for non-invasive vascular diagnosis
in all aspects related to vascular access (AV) in haemodialysis

A multidisciplinary training program for doctors and nurses was designed for the use of ultrasound and Doppler and a recording sheet data VA monitoring and single ultrasound mapping for each patient containing the record including data concerning the morphological and hemodynamic fistula performed.


Learning Objectives:

Paloma Ruiz, RN

GruMAV (Multidiscisplinary group on vascular access)

Paloma is together with Gloria Ortiz Miluy one of the co-founders of the Multidisciplinary group in vascular access (GruMAV). She always worked in services related with vascular access and she developed and created the project to create a vascular access unit in her hospital using PICC and Midlines. She learnt the use of ultrasound in haemodialysis patients and started to work in this regard .
She has an experience teaching too. She was Associate professor of Nursing clinical practices in the Universidad Complutense de Madrid until 2016, collaborator profesor in Expert vascular access courses and clinical Picc specialist. She published several articles some of them related to vascular access.
Actually she is preparing her doctoral thesis and she continues learning and training in this field.


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I2 — Using the ultrasound in haemodialysis patients

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