Nelaton

Né·la·ton

(nā-lah-tawn[h]'),
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Nelaton, the Tuileries surgeon, demanded a safe conduct, in the name of science, into the besieged city in order to attend my wounds.
After surgery 14 French size, Nelaton tube was inserted bilaterally and stitched anteriorly with sutures (Fig.
Inferiorly based flaps for lip repair have been described by, Denonvillers (1919), Blasius (1919), and Nelaton and Ombredanne (1919).
Thus, King Napoleon Ill's doctor, Auguste Nelaton, decided to conclude the operation in just five minutes, removing as much of what was probably a carcinoma.
Before the application of mouthwash and after elevating the bed head, the tracheal tube and mouth secretions were suctioned out using a green nelaton catheter size 14.
The patient was catheterised immediately with a 16F nelaton catheter and 3 000 mL clear urine was drained.
1) In 1984, Auguste Nelaton invented the first vulcanized rubber catheter for urethral dilatation, now known as the Nelaton catheter.
Cuando se realizo aspiracion de la VA se hizo con una sonda nelaton a presion negativa de 40 cmH2O.
Ante la sepsis secundaria a la infeccion hepatica y los hallazgos tomograficos, y previa estabilizacion del paciente, se decidio hacer laparotomia, en la cual se encontro un absceso hepatico que afectaba los segmentos II y III, con presencia de un cuerpo extrano entre la pared duodenal y el absceso, que resulto ser un hueso de pescado; se extrajeron aproximadamente 300 mL de pus y liquido bilioso, se enviaron muestras para cultivos y se dejaron en la cavidad un dren tipo sump y una sonda nelaton.