subcutaneous port

subcutaneous port

Nursing A tube inserted in a blood vessel and attached to a disk placed under the skin, to administer IV fluids/drugs and sample blood
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Choline-positron emission tomography-computed tomography image of subcutaneous port site metastasis of prostatic adenocarcinoma in the left flank.
This study evaluated whether a valved subcutaneous port system would have fewer associated complications than a standard nonvalved port.
Like Fixed vertical banding, the adjustable version restricts the gastric reservoir, but the balloon-like band can be accessed via a subcutaneous port to allow for changes in the level of restriction.
Physical examination revealed a subcutaneous port in her right anterior chest, which showed no signs of infection; well-healed bilateral mastectomy scars; and a grade II/VI systolic heart murmur.
VascA's subcutaneous port device represents a significant advance for patients, and we're excited to have access to its technology to develop essential products to complement the LifeSite's(TM) use," said David S.
While other subcutaneous port devices have been implanted for the purpose of drug infusion, their low flow rates and short durability have precluded their use as dialysis accesses.
The Port L-Cath product, a soft tube which enables infusion into the blood stream via a small implanted cylinder (a port) in the chest, addresses the subcutaneous port access market.
Contract notice: Delivery of subcutaneous ports for intravenous administration of drugs and medical devices disposable renal replacement treatments, pn 23/14/mj.
Subcutaneous ports and cuffed tunnelled CVCs are much more complicated to insert, requiring a vascular surgeon.
has received FDA 510 (k) clearance to market a needle safety device to protect oncology clinicians from Huber needle stick injuries incurred while removing needles from subcutaneous ports.
Huber needles are used to access surgically implanted, subcutaneous ports for vascular access on a repeated basis over an extended period of time.
E[acute accent]Huber needles are used to access surgically implanted, subcutaneous ports for vascular access on a repeated basis over an extended period of time.

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