cannulation


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cannulation

 [kan″u-la´shun]
introduction of a cannula into a tubelike organ or body cavity.

can·nu·la·tion

, cannulization (kan-yū-lā'shŭn, -yū-lī-zā'shŭn),
Insertion of a cannula.

cannulation

[kan′yəlā′shən]
the insertion of a cannula into a body duct or cavity, as into the trachea, bladder, or a blood vessel. Also called cannulization. cannulate, cannulize, v.

can·nu·la·tion

, cannulization (kan'yū-lā'shŭn, -lī-zā'shŭn)
Insertion of a cannula.

cannulation

Insertion of a CANNULA.

cannulation

introduction of a wide-bore needle into a vein, through which medication can be delivered directly into the circulation

cannulation

introduction of a cannula into a tubelike organ or body cavity.

umbilical vein cannulation
a technique used especially for neonatal collapsed primates which need long-term fluid therapy.
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Values of mean and SD were used for description of quantitative variables like age while frequency and percentage were used for description of qualitative variables like gender, acute pancreatitis, previous history of post ERCP pancreatitis, cannulation attempts and time, precut papillotomy and pancreatic duct contrast injection.
Cannulation of BCV was initially described in 1965 by Yoffa (1) as a landmark-based approach in the supraclavicular fossa.
Studies were conducted by Chudari L S et al [3] to compare the anterior and posterior approaches of internal jugular venous cannulation, Chandralekha M V et al [5] for comparing palpation method and non-palpation method of internal jugular vein cannulation and Lamkinsi T et al [6] for evaluating best approach to cannulate internal jugular vein.
The most frequently used site for arterial cannulation is redial artery because of it superficial location, presence of collateral blood flow through the ulnar artery and hence lower rate of complications.
Toma's paper, "Relationships between Years Elapsed after Initial Buttonhole Cannulation and Frequency of Vascular Access-Related Infections" also suggests buttonhole infection is factored by the "deformity of the buttonhole entry site", rather than the actual buttonhole tunnel track or the number of times the dull needle is inserted (pp.
sup][7] The frequency of accidental azygos vein cannulation during a central venous access through IJV is 0.
Unsuccessful biliary cannulation during ERCP can occur in up to 5% of cases because of various factors.
The balloon anchor technique was only adapted to cases that required selective cannulation that could not be accomplished by conventional methods.
30 (x19 [pounds sterling]) ISBN 9781905539444 With an increasing number of patients being treated for acute and chronic illnesses, venepuncture and cannulation have become two of the most common everyday procedures in healthcare.
The objective of this study was to evaluate the clinical application of a guiding algorithm for vascular cannulation developed at this institution, based on the evidence that shows the best results and the lowest complications rate.
Optomeditech said that OptiVein is designed to increase the first attempt success rate in IV cannulation, which is the most common invasive procedure in healthcare.
Following appropriate education, they will also be able to undertake phlebotomy, cannulation, central line management and epidurals/ patient-controlled analgaesia management.