[The use of a synthetic vascular artificial prosthesis or arterial homograft in cases of patients with the arteriosclerosis and terminal insufficiency of kidney cured by the kidney transplantation]

Polim Med. 2009;39(1):57-61.
[Article in Polish]


Arterial transplantations were practiced in the vascular surgery since the beginning of her formation but without successes in the distant observation. Transplantation of a kidney is a routine conduct in the treatment of the decadent incapacity of a kidney. The dissertation concerns a use of arterial allografts kept using a method of a cold ischaemia in the protective liquid or synthetic vascular dacron artificial limbs or PTFE used as arterial foot-bridges at patients with the atherosclerotic obstruction aortal-pelvic, treated with the kidney transplantation. The arterial transplant is created from the aorta, arteria iliacas common and externa, femoral arteries common and superficial. A tissue material is kept using the method of the cold ischaemia and practical as the aortal foot-bridge-femoral or aortal-two-femoral at classified earlier patients being subjecteds to transfusion. The other way of a transplantation of a kidney at patients with the arteriosclerosis is the realization earlier or one-temporarily the vascular foot-bridge with use of the synthetic artificial limb. It seems that vascular artificial limbs about enlarged resistance on the contagion should be used in such a case. Sonographic examinations with duplex doppler and angiography are performed in all cases. The analysis of such cures can make a creation of the most profitable algorithm of the conduct possible in cases of patients suffering from ischaemia of lower limbs and requiring a transplantation of a kidney because of its incapacity.

Publication types

  • English Abstract
  • Review

MeSH terms

  • Arteries / transplantation
  • Arteriosclerosis / etiology*
  • Arteriosclerosis / therapy*
  • Blood Vessel Prosthesis Implantation / methods*
  • Blood Vessel Prosthesis*
  • Humans
  • Kidney Transplantation*
  • Renal Insufficiency / complications*
  • Renal Insufficiency / surgery
  • Transplantation, Homologous