antecubital


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Related to antecubital: Antecubital fossa, antecubital space

antecubital

 [an″tĭ-ku´bĭ-t'l]
pertaining to the surface of the arm in front of the elbow.

an·te·cu·bi·tal

(an'tē-kū'bi-tăl),
Anterior to the elbow.
[ante- + L. cubitum, elbow]

antecubital

[-kyo̅o̅′bitəl]
Etymology: L, ante, before, cubitum, elbow
in front of the elbow; at the bend of the elbow.

an·te·cu·bi·tal

(an'tē-kyū'bi-tăl)
In front of the elbow.
[ante- + L. cubitum, elbow]

antecubital

situated in front of the cubitus, or elbow.
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An "S" shaped incision starting on the medial border of the biceps muscle is carried laterally across the antecubital fossa and distally along the ulnar border of the brachioradialis muscle.
A peripheral intravenous line in the patient's right antecubital vein was used to inject agitated saline and evaluate for intracardiac shunting.
In the 1st, 3rd, and 5th days following stroke onset, 5 ml blood sampling was performed from the antecubital vein into flat vacutainers with gel separator tubes.
He complains of severe pain and redness on his left upper extremity after injecting heroin into an antecubital vein yesterday.
In this cross-sectional study, after 12 hours of overnight fasting, venous blood samples withdrawn from the antecubital vein of patients were taken between 08.
Coldness, pallor, and cyanosis developed in the distal region of the right forearm soon after venipuncture of the right antecubital vein.
An intravenous catheter was inserted into the antecubital vein for blood sampling.
An otherwise well 35-year-old woman presented to a rural hospital complaining of anxiety, anorexia and a warm, swollen left arm three days after injecting the contents of a phentermine (phenyl-tertiarybutylamine; Duromine[R], iNova Pharmaceuticals Australia Pty Limited, Thornleigh, NSW) capsule dissolved in tap water into her left antecubital fossa (to achieve a 'high').
Blood samples were obtained via antecubital venipuncture at baseline, 6 and 18 weeks for hematology, including Hb, Hct, FBN, total cholesterol (TC), triglyceride (TG), high-density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL-C), low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C), total plasma testosterone and whole blood viscosity.
Subjects then rested in a seated position for 15 min in a comfortable environment (25-28[degrees]C), and then venous blood samples were taken from an antecubital vein.
This anatomy text focuses on the structures that anesthetists should know: the respiratory pathway, lungs, thoracic wall, and diaphragm; the heart and great veins of the neck; the vertebral canal and its contents; the peripheral and cranial nerves; the autonomic nervous system; the thoracic inlet; the antecubital fossa; the orbit and its contents; and the abdominal wall; as well as the anatomy of pain.
After injecting 100 ml Imeron 350 via an antecubital vein in the left arm at a rate of 3 ml/s and a delay of 30 s, CT was performed, with a 3 mm slice thickness and 3 mm reconstruction interval.