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    • Clinical Practice Recommendations for the Use of Buttonhole Cannulation 

      Fielding, Catherine; Fluck, Richard (2016)
      Buttonhole cannulation, or buttonhole needling, is one of several methods of vascular access for dialysis patients. While this is a well-established technique, practices continue to vary across the UK. Catherine Fielding, ...
    • Development of a trigger tool to detect harm during haemodialysis 

      Fielding, Catherine; Rhodes, Carol; Chesterton, Lindsay; Fluck, Richard; Lambe, Georgina; Inacay, Geoff; Taal, Maarten (2016)
      Haemodialysis is a widely used renal replacement therapy that is associated with multiple risks for patients. Monitoring of harm associated with haemodialysis is often limited to reporting of critical incidents, which is ...
    • National survey of vascular access services for haemodialysis patients 

      Fielding, Catherine (2017-11)
      There is much variation in the provision of dialysis access in the UK. To address this, a multiprofessional vascular access special interest group was formed to raise awareness and encourage implementation of clinical ...
    • Vascular Access Special Interest Group: a Multiprofessional Initiative 

      Fielding, Catherine (2016)
      In December 2015, the British Renal Society Vascular Access Specialist Interest Group (BRS VA SIG) was formed. Its purpose is to identify and promote best practice in vascular access care across the UK, and encourage ...