cannulation


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can·nu·late

also can·u·late (kăn′yə-lāt′)
tr.v. can·nu·lat·ed, can·nu·lat·ing, can·nu·lates or can·u·lat·ed or can·u·lat·ing or can·u·lates
To insert a cannula into (a bodily cavity, duct, or vessel), as for the drainage of fluid or the administration of medication.
adj.
Tubular; hollow.

can′nu·la′tion n.
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Noun1.cannulation - the insertion of a cannula or tube into a hollow body organ
intromission, insertion, introduction - the act of putting one thing into another
Translations

can·nu·la·tion

, cannulization
n. canulación, acto de introducir una cánula a través de un vaso o conducto;
aortic ______ aórtica.
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Here, we discuss the use of a three-dimensional (3D) fluoroscopy guidance system to achieve cannulation of the portal vein in BCS patients.
In this issue, we are extremely pleased to provide a practice column to guide the development of ultrasound competency to support vascular cannulation.
30 (x19 [pounds sterling]) ISBN 9781905539444 With an increasing number of patients being treated for acute and chronic illnesses, venepuncture and cannulation have become two of the most common everyday procedures in healthcare.
The salvage of aneurysmal fistula utilizing a modified buttonhole cannulation technique and multiple cannulators.
Although cannulation is the most common invasive procedure in healthcare, more than 30% of the first attempts fail.
Following appropriate education, they will also be able to undertake phlebotomy, cannulation, central line management and epidurals/ patient-controlled analgaesia management.
Building on the ability to machine holes in tubular components with uniform wall thickness, Tube Hallows International has become the world leading supplier of tube hollows, (starter hollows), and precision cannulation.
Moreover, the success and relative ease of peripheral cannulation along with the use of VAVR has permitted the application of cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB) feasible for MIPs (1, 5-7).
Radial arterial cannulation is frequently performed in anaesthesia and intensive care, but can be technically difficult even in experienced hands.
Cannulation success can be judged by examining the concentration ratio of adrenal cortisol to peripheral venous cortisol.
Partial task trainer simulation involves the use of products to learn or practice specific skills such as intubation heads, central venous line chests, intraosseous line legs or umbilical artery cannulation trainers.