Early data indicate benefits of KQuIP project, MAGIC, in improving cannulation technique

Early data indicate benefits of KQuIP project, MAGIC, in improving cannulation technique

Early data have indicated that the MAGIC (Managing access by generating improvements in cannulation) quality improvement project, supported by the Kidney Quality Improvement Partnership, has improved cannulation techniques of haemodialysis accesses in UK centres.

Katie Fielding, national project lead and haemodialysis nurse at the University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust in Derby, UK reported these findings at the Vascular Access Society of Britain & Ireland 2021 scientific meeting (VASBI; 16–17 September, virtual), noting that an increase in arteriovenous (AV) access rates was observed “sooner than expected” too.

Read the full story published in Renal Interventions here.


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