Treatment for:

  1. Central Venous Catheter (CVC)
    Sometimes called a Permanent Catheter (PermCath), a CVC is an access where a Y-shaped catheter is placed into a central vein to aid in kidney dialysis. There are tunnelled and non-tunnelled PermCaths. Central vein stenosis is a common problem associated with kidney dialysis patients as a result of vascular access and can be treated via venoplasty.

  2. Arteriovenous Fistula (AVF) 
    An AVF is the surgical connection of an artery and a vein. It is created by stitching them together, usually in the nondominant arm in either the hand, forearm or elbow. It is an access method for kidney dialysis patients. 

  3. Arteriovenous Graft (AVG)
    An AVG uses an artificial vessel made of synthetic materials to connect an artery with a vein. It is an access method for kidney dialysis patients.

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OUR LOCATIONS

VIC Day Surgery @Novena Specialist Center

Novena Specialist Centre,
Unit 06-08, 16, 17, 18, 19

8 Sinaran Drive Singapore 307470

Tel: +65 6694 6270
Fax: +65 6694 6245

VIC@Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital

Mt Elizabeth Novena
Specialist Centre, unit 07-38

38 Irrawaddy Road Singapore 329563

Tel: +65 6684 2124
Fax: +65 6684 2194

VIC@Farrer Park Hospital

Farrer Park Medical
Centre Connexion, unit 12-11

Farrer Park Station Road
Singapore 217562

Tel: +65 6443 6650
Fax: +65 6443 6646

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