PMID: 4877737Sep 28, 1968Paper

Experience with three Brescia-Cimino shunts

British Medical Journal
R McMillan, D B Evans

Abstract

Bresica-Cimino shunts inserted to facilitate intermittent dialysis may markedly increase the circulatory load on the heart. Three patients in whom there was evidence of overload are described. Thorough investigation of the cardiac output should be made in patients with fistulae of this kind, which should be closed as soon as practicable after transplantation.

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