hemoclip

hemoclip

a malleable metal clip used to ligate small blood vessels during surgery and to mark the location of body structures in radiographic procedures.

hemoclip

(hē′mō-klĭp)
A metal or absorbable clip used to ligate blood vessels.
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Hemostasis was achieved by using a monopolar electrocautery and hemoclips (Hemoclip, Weck, Teleflex Medical, Research Triangle Park, NC, USA).
16] Endoscopic hemoclip placement can easily be achieved and is effective in immediate control of bleeding.
Time measurements ran from placement of a laparoscopic hemoclip across the cystic duct at the junction to the gallbladder until completion of the cholangiogram.
The left inferior parathyroid gland was confirmed with an incisional biopsy, marked with a hemoclip, and preserved in situ.
010 inch, that was originally made from investment-cast metal; a Hemoclip Ligating Clip system for endoscopic and open surgery, from Pilling Weck, with a reusable handle and disposable thin-wall (0.
Weck first established a substantial market for vessel ligating clips in the years following its 1963 release of the Hemoclip metal ligating clip.
An accessory pancreatic duct was identified and was ligated with a hemoclip.
Ligature or hemoclip placement on the terminal ends of the ductus deferens is considered unnecessary.
Sunday, May 21 (all times are PT) * Resolution Hemoclip for GI bleeding.
The WCS position encompasses several metal ligating clip lines-Horizon(R), Hemoclip Plus, Hemoclip(R) Traditional and Atrauclip(R).