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Vascular Access Guidelines An International Perspective

  • 1 Vivekanand Jha, MBBS, MD, DM, PhD, is executive director of the George Institute for Global Health, India; professor of nephrology, University of Oxford; conjoint professor of medicine, University of New South Wales, Sydney; and president of the International Society of Nephrology.
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