After palpating the patient's hand for several minutes, the phlebotomist cleans the area with alcohol, then performs venipuncture into a small vein
. In an attempt to get blood flow, the phlebotomist adjusts the needle; however, after several minutes of no blood return, she removes the needle.
Together, the combination of a relatively small vein
around a PIVC, branches remote from the PIVC, and valves central to the PIVC tip may create a segment with limited blood flow availability and a nonexistent "aspiration reservoir" and may explain the variable success with PIVC aspiration that is observed clinically (Figure 3).
My last test showed I have a rare disorder called dural venous sinus thrombosis of a small vein
. I have seen several specialists that seem to have little knowledge.
The AVM was drained through one small vein
into the venous structure also located on the left front side of the brain.
There's also a CT coronary angiogram, where the dye is injected into a small vein
in the arm and a CT scan used to create an image of the patient's heart.
If it is a small vein
and deep, most likely I'll use a butterfly."
A tiny arterial branch supplies blood to each node, there is a small vein
as well as an efferent lymphatic leaving the hilum (2).
It also proves that small vein
mining -- regarded as a dead North American art -- is alive and well in Latin America.
AVMs are not tumors but distortions of the capillaries connecting an arteriole and a small vein
in the brain.
size may be a manifestation of a remote episode of venous thrombosis.
HOW IT WORKSFINNIE'S surgery involves clogged arteries being bypassed by a small vein
, probably grafted from his leg.
After seeing a specialist in Manchester on Friday, Flintoff was diagnosed with a clot in a small vein
- and was immediately prescribed a course of blood-thinning anticoagulant tablets.