Interventional radiologists work closely with patients, their nephrologists and their vascular surgeons to help maintain functional hemodialysis access in hemodialysis patients.
A tube is placed in the stomach for a variety of conditions in which a patient is unable to take sufficient food by mouth for a prolonged period of time. Variations allow feeding directly into the intestines.
A central venous access catheter is a tube that is inserted beneath your skin so there is a simple, pain-free way for doctors or nurses to draw your blood or give you medication or nutrients. These include PICC lines, Mediports, Hickman catheters, and dialysis catheters.
Anderson Regional Health System offers a wide range of medical services, including cancer, cardiac, pediatric, surgical, and trauma care. Our healthcare professionals are committed to improving the lives of those we serve.