percutaneous catheter

percutaneous catheter

a catheter inserted through the skin rather than through an orifice, such as a central venous catheter or one used for hemodialysis or peritoneal dialysis.
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Patients were treated with medical treatment with or without one of the following-percutaneous needle aspiration, percutaneous catheter drainage or open surgical drainage.
8% were managed with a percutaneous catheter placement.
ECP is in the process of developing a percutaneous catheter pump designed to increase blood circulation up to a flow rate of 4.
Percutaneous catheter drainage was considered a clinical success if the patient was cured and discharged from the hospital without surgical drainage, and a clinical failure if the patients required surgical drainage or died.
Necrosectomy through percutaneous catheter drainage skin holes can be accomplished with catheter maneuvers, baskets, and videoendoscopy.
According to the American Association of Surgical Trauma Classification, the patient was diagnosed with pancreatic injuries grade IV and pseudocyst which was managed successfully by way of Ultrasound-guided percutaneous catheter drainage.
False exploration or percutaneous catheter replacement inside a meningocele can lead to complications such as cerebrospinal fluid leakage and meningitis.
R] Mitral Contour System Cardiac Dimensions' CARILLON Mitral Contour System combines a proprietary, implantable device with a percutaneous catheter delivery system.
13] In this case, we treated lymphocele by percutaneous catheter drainage only for 31days.
Management options include percutaneous catheter drainage, open drainage by pericardiotomy, or open drainage and repair by sternotomy/thoracotomy.
Pericardial tamponade and large pericardial effusion: causal and efficacy of percutaneous catheter drainage in 50 patients.

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