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canula

(kăn′yə-lə)
n.
Variant of cannula.
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Sobre a retirada da canula de traqueostomia e as mudancas que isso pode trazer para o processo de degluticao, observa-se que 37 (77,1%) dos profissionais considerou que a retirada da traqueostomia melhora e facilita o processo de degluticao, sendo este um percentual estatisticamente significante.
Se perfora la membrana cricotiroidea con una canula--por lo general, de teflon (Abbocath[R], Jelco[R]) de 14 o 16 G--, se retira la aguja y se oxigena al paciente conectando la canula a un sistema de baja o de alta presion.
Los elementos: mascara con bolsa auto expandible (Ambu), lapiz electro-bisturi, trocar de 10 mm, cureta de Novac, portaagujas, pinzas Babcok, pinzas Kerrison, raspa y la canula de succion irrigacion fueron los que presentaron mejores niveles de desinfeccion (ver tabla 1).
Las canulas de dialisis se fabricaron a partir de una de una pieza de fibra hueca de celulosa (200 [micron]m de diametro externo, con perforaciones que no permiten el paso de moleculas cuyo peso molecular sea superior a 13.000 Daltons), fijada con epoxi al extremo de un tubo de acero inoxidable.
Turnip beetles infestations can be reduced or prevented by using good cultural practices, their infestations originate in stubble fields previously seeded to canula, rapeseed or mustard or in other fields containing heavy stands of weeds of the mustard family, which have not been cultivated in the fall or early the following spring.
The Watch-PAT200 represents a technology breakthrough, with less than half the size of its predecessor the Watch-PAT100, yet, provides clinical data including apneahypopnea index, oxygen desaturation levels, sleep time and sleep phases, including REM, without requiring a nasal canula or EEG electrodes.