Quincke, Heinrich Irenaeus

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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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After prehydration, the fluid infusion was continued at minimal rate to maintain vein patency, regardless of any haemodynamic changes with the patient in the left lateral position, 2 mL of 5% hyperbaric lidocaine was injected intrathecally at L4-5 via a 27-gauge Quincke spinal needle.
Patients in group A received SAB with a 27 G styletted pencil point needle as part of a CSE block, while patients in group B received a SAB with a 25 G styletted Quincke spinal needle inserted without the use of an introducer.
Lumbar puncture was performed by midline approach with the patient in the left lateral position, using a 25 gauge Quincke spinal needle inserted at the [L.