Quincke, Heinrich Irenaeus

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Quincke,

Heinrich Irenaeus, German physician, 1842-1922.
Quincke capillary pulsation - Synonym(s): Quincke pulse
Quincke disease - Synonym(s): Quincke edema
Quincke edema - recurrent, large, circumscribed areas of subcutaneous edema of sudden onset, usually disappearing within 24 hours. Synonym(s): angioedema; Milton disease; Milton urticaria; Quincke disease; Quincke I syndrome
Quincke meningitis - intracranial hypertension of unknown origin.
Quincke needle
Quincke pulse - capillary pulsation, a sign of arteriolar dilation and especially well seen in severe aortic insufficiency. Synonym(s): Quincke capillary pulsation; Quincke sign
Quincke puncture - a puncture into the subarachnoid space of the lumbar region to obtain spinal fluid for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes. Synonym(s): lumbar puncture
Quincke sign - Synonym(s): Quincke pulse
Quincke spinal needle
Quincke I syndrome - Synonym(s): Quincke edema
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In such cases, a sharp-bevel Quincke needle had been used for the procedure, but we prefer to use a non-coring Tuohy needle which is less likely to perforate the dura.
After lumbar puncture in the L3-4 space using a 25 gauge Quincke needle and confirming free flow of clear cerebrospinal fluid, 1.
In group B patients, the SAB was performed with a disposable 25 G Quincke needle (Becton Dickinson, Spain) without an introducer.
In our study, we compared 27 G pencil point needles as part of a CSE technique with 25 G Quincke needles without an introducer used for an isolated SAB.
The design and the gauge of the needle appear relevant, because pencil point needles are associated with a lower incidence of coring than Quincke needles of the same gauge (41 vs 80%) (1).
The puncture was paramedian, at the L3-L4 interspace, with a disposable 27 gauge Quincke needle (B.
1] through a 27 gauge Quincke needle to a patient in the lateral decubitus position, blocked only the uppermost lower limb in 90%, 80% and 75% of those receiving 4.
In a recent study, 66% of the patients achieved unilateral sensory block when a Whitacre needle was used compared to 16% after the use of a Quincke needle (21).
Unilateral spinal anesthesia using low-flow injection through a 29-gauge Quincke needle.
As previously reported with Sprotte and Quincke needles, (11) our data support the viewpoint that PDPB does not seem to be related to differences in the size or shape of the two types of spinal needles studied.
An in vitro comparison of fluid leakage after dural puncture with Atraucan, Sprotte, Whitacre, and Quincke needles.
Spinal anaesthesia for caesarian section: Comparison of 22-gauge and 25-gauge Whitacre needles with 26-gauge Quincke needles.