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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The iambic measure then replaced the trochaic tetrameter, which was originally employed when the poetry was of the Satyric order, and had greater affinities with dancing.
And I think that I have an indistinct recollection of his mentioning a complex Cretic rhythm; also a dactylic or heroic, and he arranged them in some manner which I do not quite understand, making the rhythms equal in the rise and fall of the foot, long and short alternating; and, unless I am mistaken, he spoke of an iambic as well as of a trochaic rhythm, and assigned to them short and long quantities.
Choline-positron emission tomography-computed tomography image of subcutaneous port site metastasis of prostatic adenocarcinoma in the left flank.
Recent patient feedback alerted the nursing team in radiology at Hawkes Bay District Health Board (HBDHB) of the need to be mindful of the patient's reality when admitting them to radiology for subcutaneous port implantation.
The outlet of the pouch is adjusted by controlling the lumen of the band through an inflatable reservoir accessed via a subcutaneous 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.
One subcutaneous port was changed after 5-1/2 years of noncomplicated use for 2400 administrations.
Like fixed vertical banding, the adjustable version restricts the gastric reservoir, but the balloonlike band can be accessed via a subcutaneous port to allow for changes in the level of restriction.
Contract notice: Delivery of subcutaneous ports for intravenous administration of drugs and medical devices disposable renal replacement treatments, pn 23/14/mj.
Complications of indwelling venous access lines in the pediatric hematology patient: a prospective comparison of external venous catheters and subcutaneous ports.

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