catheterism

catheterism

(ˈkæθɪtəˌrɪzəm)
n
(Medicine) another word for catheterization
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Limitations of the study: PAPs has not been determined in an invasive manner, through catheterism, which is the method indicated for diagnosing HP in present guide, but HP was estimated through a echocardiographic method.
The early diastolic velocity of the mitral annulus (E') is well correlated with the relaxation indices measured by catheterism (Ommen et al).
Radial artery catheterism for invasive monitoring: Preventing complications, a challenge in anesthesia
Several methods of study of the heart exist to evaluate the function of intermittent pump; among them exists, the cardiac catheterism, the cardiac scintillography during effort with [sup.
With the advent of the cardiac catheterism and the cinecoronariographia the branches and distribution of the coronary arteries became the reason of careful studies with the aim of helping in the diagnosis of coronary diseases.
On the other hand, the incidence of HIV increased with the following circumstances: vaginal labor, gestational age under 28 weeks, use of surfactant, mechanical ventilation, acidosis, hypercapnia and umbilical catheterism.
This article deals with urethral catheterism and it is inspired by the actions for the preventive and integral care of the persons.
Pseudo-aneurysm of the left iliac artery was found during gynecological surgery, probably related to prior catheterism during prostetic mitral valve implantation, months before the actual operation.