arterial puncture


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arterial puncture

Placement of a needle or catheter into an artery to sample blood gases or blood pressure, or positioning of a catheter in the aorta or the heart.
See also: puncture
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Iatrogenic arteriovenous fistula after multiple arterial punctures.
7%) complications including two arterial punctures, one aryhtmia and one pneumothorax occurred during a total of 128 catheterizations.
It was identified as restricted to arterial punctures for blood gas status investigations, and procedures have been introduced to reduce the problem.
As the number of arterial catheterizations has increased, so has the number of complications from arterial punctures.
Conclusion: Device closure of PDA without femoral arterial puncture is a safe procedure provided good echocardiographic guidance is available for final placement.
A dedicated 6F arterial puncture kit (with plastic cannula and hydrophilic 0.
Complications including arterial puncture, haematoma, need for central line and any other significant complications as decided by treating physician were noted.
8 000 units of heparin was administered following arterial puncture, after which either 6 A- 10^6 WJMSCs dispersed in 10 ml heparinised saline, or the placebo, was administered.
Arterial puncture closing devices compared with standard manual compression after cardiac catheterization: systematic review and meta-analysis.
Management of early and late detected vascular complications following femoral arterial puncture for cardiac catheterization.
Early arterial puncture needles were called Cournand needles and based on those developed for use by cardiologists.
The gold-standard sample for blood-gas analysis is arterial blood obtained via an indwelling arterial catheter or by arterial puncture.

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