angiocatheter


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an·gi·o·cath·e·ter

(an'jē-ō-kathĕ-tĕr)
Hollow tube that allows for injection of contrast dye for imaging cadiac areas.
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A reverse Seldinger technique using either a 16-gauge angiocatheter or a tissue dilator from a central line insertion set has been suggested as one method of removal (7).
With the periosteal pouch prepared, the cultured chondrocyte suspension is aspirated from the shipping vial into a tuberculin syringe with an 18-gauge angiocatheter. The cells are then injected into the defect, focusing on an even distribution within the periosteal pouch.
Treatment involves irrigation of the dental socket using saline and an angiocatheter until any clot dislodges.
Following a small incision radial artery was punctured with a 20 G short venous angiocatheter. Before insertion of the guidewire, 3000 U unfractionated heparin, 5 mg verapamil and 100 microgram nitroglycerin were given consecutively via venous sheath.
chartarum spores (isolate JS58-17; 4.0 x [10.sup.5] spores per gram body weight in SG measuring experiments and 0.5 x [10.sup.5] spores/gram body weight in albumin adduct detection experiments) suspended in 50 [micro]L of phosphate-buffered saline (PBS) containing 0.1% Tween-20 were injected directly into the trachea using a 24 G angiocatheter attached to a sterile Hamilton syringe.
An 18 gauge angiocatheter is inserted into the aspiration port of the urinary catheter using aseptic technique.
A commercial irrigator or a 60-cc syringe attached to a section of angiocatheter works best for this purpose, according to Dr.
Hence, emergency cricothyrotomy, using a 16-gauge angiocatheter, was performed and ventilation through the catheter was started.