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Dr. Neghae Mawla
Dr. Neghae Mawla is an Interventional Nephrologist with Dallas Nephrology Associates in Texas.
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About Dr. Neghae Mawla
Dr. Neghae Mawla graduated from medical school at the University of TX at Houston Medical School. He completed his internal medicine residency at St. Louis University and his fellowship in interventional nephrology at St. Louis University. He is board certified in internal medicine and in nephrology. He is the Medical Director at DNA Vascular Center in Plano.
He is a member of the following organizations: American Medical Association, Dallas County Medical Society, Renal Physicians Association, Texas Medical Association, American Society of Diagnostic and Interventional Nephrology, and the Vascular Access Society of the Americas.
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Podcasts Featuring Dr. Neghae Mawla
Interventional Radiologist Christopher Beck talks with Interventional Nephrologist Neghae Mawla about how to perform successful Declot procedures for AV fistulae and grafts, including tips and tricks to make this procedure safe and efficient.
Interventional Nephrologist Neghae Mawla from Dallas Nephrology Associates walks us through his experiences with endovascular AV Fistula creation, including devices, patient prep, procedure steps and post procedure care.
Articles Featuring Dr. Neghae Mawla
Arteriovenous fistulas and grafts are dialysis access sites that can thrombose. To restore blood flow in the dialysis circuit, a declot procedure is performed to remove clots and treat any associated stenoses which may be flow-limiting. Interventional nephrologist Dr. Neghae Mawla provides tips and tricks for reducing procedure time, working with two sheaths, performing angioplasty, and using stents vs. drug coated balloons.
Arteriovenous fistulas and grafts are dialysis access sites that can thrombose. To restore blood flow in the dialysis circuit, a declot procedure is performed to remove clots and treat any associated stenoses which may be flow-limiting. In part 2 of this article, interventional nephrologist Dr. Neghae Mawla walks through the remaining steps of the declot procedure including arterial sheath placement (inflow), polish, closure, and follow-up.
Initial steps of arteriovenous fistula and graft declot procedure including pre-op workup, obtaining access, and treating outflow lesions.
Interventional nephrologist Dr. Neghae Mawla discusses using the WavelinQ and Ellipsys devices for EndoAVF creation. The discussion covers pre-procedure preparation, WavelinQ and Ellipsys for EndoAVF creation procedure, post-procedure care, potential complications, learning curves, and the future of EndoAVF. WavelinQ and Ellipsys are devices that can help with endovascular AV fistula creation and anastomosis.
Long-lasting vascular access for dialysis can be achieved via the creation of an arteriovenous fistula using an endovascular approach. However, not every patient is a good candidate for percutaneous endoAVF creation. Interventional nephrologist Dr. Neghae Mawla discusses types of vascular access for dialysis, collabora
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