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Episode 03

Tunneled Dialysis Catheters

with Dr. Peter Bream and Dr. Aaron Brandis

BackTable, LLC (Producer). (2017, May 22). Ep. 03 – Tunneled Dialysis Catheters [Audio podcast]. Retrieved from http://ww.backtable.com/podcasts

Special guests Peter Bream MD and Aaron Brandis MD discuss the pros and cons of antegrade versus retrograde tunneled dialysis catheter placement.

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Dr. Peter Bream is a practicing interventional radiologist and professor with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine.

Dr. Brandis is an interventional radiologist in Jackson, Tennessee

Host Anish Parikh is a Co-Founder of BackTable.

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