brachiocubital

brachiocubital

 [bra″ke-o-ku´bĭ-t'l]
pertaining to the arm and elbow or forearm, such as something extending from the upper arm to the forearm.

bra·chi·o·cu·bi·tal

(brā'kē-ō-kyū'bi-tăl),
Relating to both arm and elbow or to both arm and forearm.

bra·chi·o·cu·bi·tal

(brā'kē-ō-kyū'bi-tăl)
Relating to both arm and elbow or to both arm and forearm.
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Type of Arteriovenous Fistula Type of Fistula No, % Left Radiocephalic 52 44.1% Left Brachiocephalic 44 37.3% Right Radiocephalic 11 9.3% Right Brachiocephalic 8 6.8% Left Brachiobasilic 1 0.8% Right Brachiobasilic 1 0.8% Left Brachiocubital 1 0.8% Total 118 100% Table 6.
Although many types of AVFs are described, we have mainly performed radiocephalic fistulas and brachiocubital fistulas.
I use an extra-large blood pressure cuff to take their readings but it often extends past the brachiocubital area of the arm and it's sometimes difficult to get the head of the stethoscope under the cuff and in a good position.