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Vascular Access Center


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In 2007, Peninsula Vascular Access Center was opened to specifically to improve the delivery and coordination of vascular access care to ESRD patients. Our goal is to work with local physicians and surgeons to improve the delivery and outcomes of interventional vascular access care through our dedicated outpatient center.


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Research


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Since 2004, Peninsula Kidney Associates has been actively involved in clinical research for chronic kidney disease patients and end stage renal disease patients. Our Research Program has an excellent reputation and has become a preferred research site with pharmaceutical sponsors, clinical research.


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CKD Education


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Peninsula Kidney Associates is proud to present “Chronic Kidney Disease, Your Treatment Your Choice!” Developed by the National Kidney Foundation this program is intended to educate patients about choices and treatments for kidney disease.


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Dialysis


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The need for dialysis is based on your physician’s overall assessment of your kidney function. Our physicians will use several factors including measuring your kidney function by blood tests to determine how well your kidneys work.


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Hypertension


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Also called “High Blood Pressure” hypertension occurs when the pressure inside the blood vessels is too high. Blood pressure is measured as two numbers, systolic pressure and diastolic pressure. Optimal healthy blood pressure is a systolic pressure of less than 120 and a diastolic pressure of less than 80.


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Post Transplant


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A patient with advanced chronic kidney disease may choose kidney transplant as an option in lieu of dialysis. Transplantation is when a new kidney is received to provide adequate kidney function. Once you have decided to seek transplant evaluation, your PKA physicians will refer you to a UNOS-certified transplant center.


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Anemia Management


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Red blood cells carry the oxygen from your lungs throughout your body, giving you the needed energy for day-to-day activities. Anemia is defined as an insufficient supply of red blood cells. It is diagnosed by your physician through the evaluation of symptoms, medical history and blood tests.


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Chronic Kidney Disease


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The human kidneys are two bean-shaped organs located in the back of our abdominal cavity. They have multiple important roles to our well beings such as removing the metabolic waste products and removing extra fluid in our body, to produce urine. They serve homeostatic functions by maintaining.


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Renal Ultrasound


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Renal Ultrasound is a very important tool in the detection of kidney disease. For your convenience, we have physicians specially trained to perform renal ultrasound in office.


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