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A fistula is the best choice for hemodialysis. It is preferred because it usually lasts longer and has fewer problems like clotting and infections. A fistula should be placed several months before you need to start dialysis. This allows the fistula enough time to be ready when you need treatment. Minor surgery is needed to create a fistula. It is made by connecting a vein to a nearby artery, usually in your arm. This creates a large blood vessel that has a fast flow of blood. Your wrist or elbow is the preferred location for your fistula. A fistula will usually last for many years. A fistula usually takes one to four months to “mature” or enlarge before it can be used. If you are already receiving hemodialysis using a graft or catheter, ask your doctor about the benefits of a fistula.
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