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cannulate

 [kan´u-lāt]
to introduce a cannula, which may be left in place.

cannulate

also

canulate

(kăn′yə-lāt′)
tr.v. cannu·lated, cannu·lating, cannu·lates
To insert a cannula into (a bodily cavity, duct, or vessel), as for the drainage of fluid or the administration of medication.
adj.
Tubular; hollow.

can′nu·la′tion n.
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Here, we present a patient provided with lower extremity reperfusion by superficial femoral artery cannulation.
The project included an evaluation of patient and staff perceptions regarding ultrasound-guided cannulation and data collection from electronic medical records (EMRs) for patients on hemodialysis comparing the number of missed cannulations pre-ultrasound availability to post-ultrasound availability.
Ultrasound evaluations of intraluminal needle position were performed in patients who underwent successful cannulations (i.e., one arterial needle and one venous needle) without ultrasound guidance (blind cannulation) and who had achieved the prescribed pump speed without interruption.
reported the efficacy of the Swing Tip for selective cannulation during ERCP [6].
Plastic cannulae for haemodialysis vascular access cannulation have been used in Japan for over 25 years and have now been available to Australian renal units for over five years (Du Toit, 2013).
Vein inflammation, phlebitis, is an example of a consequence caused by poor vein cannulation [1013].
The purpose of this study is to analyze the effect of an LVAD on AR and MR for different cannulation sites.
Table 4 compares the different arterial cannulation sites with comments on the appropriate location of a peripheral arterial catheter for monitoring.
Several navigation systems, robots, and hand tools have been developed to enable correct cannulation of the pedicles [5, 6, 9-14].
The permanent cannulation of the different regions of the gastrointestinal tract are experimental techniques used frequently in different animals, like pigs (Laplace and Borgida, 1976; Landers et al, 1989; Pluske et al, 1995), rabbits (Carman and Waynforth, 1984), cattle (Shalk and Amadon, 1928; Ward et al, 1950), buffalos (Mogha and Bhargava, 1979), goats (Cabrera et al, 1980), South American camels--lama and alpaca--(Carcelen, F.