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cannulate

 [kan´u-lāt]
to introduce a cannula, which may be left in place.

cannulate

also

canulate

(kăn′yə-lāt′)
tr.v. cannu·lated, cannu·lating, cannu·lates
To insert a cannula into (a bodily cavity, duct, or vessel), as for the drainage of fluid or the administration of medication.
adj.
Tubular; hollow.

can′nu·la′tion n.

cannulate

to introduce a cannula, which may be left in place.
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It takes approximately 500 guided cannulations to achieve the highest level of competency described above.
Selecting the place of arterial cannulation under these circumstances, to insure sufficient blood flow to both the upper and inferior body parts, was a matter of concern.
Incidence of epidural vein cannulation in parturients with three different epidural catheters.
The primary endpoint, effective cannulation within three months, was achieved in 49 of 51 patients evaluated (96%)
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Inadvertent puncture of the carotid artery is a recognised complication of cannulation of the internal jugular vein (1,2).
This often means repeated cannulation of an arteriovenous fistula (AVF), which can lead to damage that needs repair and revision.
A total 1619 central venous cannulations were recorded during a three-year period with respect to patient data, information about the cannulation procedures, the radiographic catheter positions and complications during clinical use.
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Information pertaining to the following parameters was collected: 1) demographic information--age, gender, weight, etiology of renal disease, location and vintage of the AVF, and co-morbidities at the time of the study; 2) HD treatment characteristics for both SN and DN subjects--interdialytic weight gains, cannulations per treatment, blood flow (Qb), treatment length, heparin regimen used and clotted dialysis circuits (Y/N), and frequency and size of hematoma (if present); 3) frequency of CVC placements due to cannulation difficulties; 4) frequency of investigations (e.