Proper peritoneal dialysis catheter planning
Growing interest for percutaneous peritoneal dialysis catheter insertion
Specifications for peritoneal dialysis patient landmarking, incision, and tunnel track planning
Session length: 10 minutes
Note: This session is a portion of a discussion on considerations for PD non-infectious complications. See the full video from Dr. Wernsing (1 hour).
“I think [PD] it’s an underappreciated modality and I think broader training for residents is going to make a big difference.“
Director, Bariatric Surgery, Pennsylvania Hospital Clinical
Associate Professor of Surgery, University of Pennsylvania
Knowing where to start in adopting peritoneal dialysis (PD) can be challenging. Hear from Dr. Micah Chan on the steps, considerations, and process for developing a successful PD program.
Dr. John Aruny provides step-by-step demonstration and instruction of the percutaneous peritoneal dialysis (PD) catheter insertion process.
Evaluate percutaneous peritoneal dialysis (PD) catheter placement study outcomes — identifying situational technique advantages and disadvantages.
Accelerate mastery of these highly specialized catheter insertion procedures through direct guidance, resources, and interactive experiences.
Explore a variety of PD catheter configurations for patient customization, convenience, and dependability.
A comprehensive PD insertion resource to help sort through the complexities of processing certain procedures