midclavicular

midclavicular

(mĭd″klă-vĭk′ū-lĕr) [mid + ″]
In the middle of the clavicle.
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The abdomen was explored via a generous subcostal incision extending from the left anterior axillary line to the right midclavicular line.
In right-sided cases, a 12-mm second port was placed at the midclavicular line 2 cm below the costal margin, while the 5-mm third port was inserted between the anterosuperior iliac spine and the umbilicus.
The assistant's port is placed in the left upper quadrant near Palmer's point (the point 3 cm below the last rib in the left midclavicular line).
RN Documentation of PICC, Midclavicular, and Midlines must include, but is not limited to:
The treatment of a tension pneumothorax on the battlefield involves needle decompression by placing a hollow needle through the second intercostals space in the midclavicular line.
In physical examination the liver and spleen were 8 cm and 10 cm, respectively, and palpable below the costal margin of the midclavicular line, with multiple bilateral inguinal lymphadenopathies.
For prone scanning, the subjects were placed in the prone position, and then the gallbladder was scanned intercostally or subcostally with the subject positioned prone oblique and right side elevated sufficiently to allow transducer contact at about the midclavicular line.
25% 10 ml was administered through the epidural catheter, and sensory blockade level was measured by pinprick at the midclavicular line approximately 20 minutes later.
In their retrospective review of 140 midclavicular fractures, Stanley and Norris also noted no difference in the radiographic outcome when comparing the sling versus figure-of-eight treatment.
4] at the fifth intercostal space to the left of the midclavicular line and [V.
The point of maximum impulse was located in the fourth intercostal space just left of the right midclavicular line.