cannulation


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cannulation

 [kan″u-la´shun]
introduction of a cannula into a tubelike organ or body cavity.

can·nu·la·tion

, cannulization (kan-yū-lā'shŭn, -yū-lī-zā'shŭn),
Insertion of a cannula.

cannulation

[kan′yəlā′shən]
the insertion of a cannula into a body duct or cavity, as into the trachea, bladder, or a blood vessel. Also called cannulization. cannulate, cannulize, v.

can·nu·la·tion

, cannulization (kan'yū-lā'shŭn, -lī-zā'shŭn)
Insertion of a cannula.

cannulation

Insertion of a CANNULA.

cannulation

introduction of a wide-bore needle into a vein, through which medication can be delivered directly into the circulation

cannulation

introduction of a cannula into a tubelike organ or body cavity.

umbilical vein cannulation
a technique used especially for neonatal collapsed primates which need long-term fluid therapy.
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They can troubleshoot cannulation complications and function as mentors for nurses from the basic to the advanced level.
In our three cases, a 3D fluoroscopy guidance system was used to improve cannulation of the portal vein.
A randomised controlled trial of buttonhole cannulation for the prevention of fistula access complications.
the light-guided intravenous catheter system to increase the first attempt success rate in IV cannulation - the most common invasive procedure in healthcare.
The jugular cannulation in both cases was performed as the first step before sternotomy percutaneously under 1 mg/kg intravenous hepatization with a 20 Fr femoral artery cannula (Edwards Lifesciences, FemFlex II, Irvine, CA, USA).
Cannulation in such a section of vessel should minimise the likelihood of failed catheter feed once arterial flashback is obtained.
At centers with shorter delays, the patient was kept in the radiology suite, and in the German study the patient underwent cannulation of the left adrenal vein while the results from the right side were undergoing IPCM (8).
Since its introduction, it has been found to be an effective topical anesthetic agent, with a high degree of efficacy, particularly for venepuncture and venous cannulation.
Software of the company, based at Rothbury in Northumberland, simulates a variety of medical procedures, focusing on needle insertion and cannulation.
All were given intravenous sedation and four quadrant nipple block with local anesthesia before nipple orifice cannulation and exploration.
The system's unique left atrial cannulation creates a fully percutaneous extracorporeal blood circuit to bypass the left ventricle, augmenting the flow of blood by up to 5.
Gradual supplies single-use special equipment (trocars, tracheotomy tubes and intrabronchial, medical kits, catheters for cannulation, pressure sensors, closed system for the extraction, instruments for transfusion of fluids with variable speed, contributions to mammals)