canulate


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can·u·late

 (kăn′yə-lāt′)
v. & adj.
Variant of cannulate.

canulate


Past participle: canulated
Gerund: canulating

Imperative
canulate
canulate
Present
I canulate
you canulate
he/she/it canulates
we canulate
you canulate
they canulate
Preterite
I canulated
you canulated
he/she/it canulated
we canulated
you canulated
they canulated
Present Continuous
I am canulating
you are canulating
he/she/it is canulating
we are canulating
you are canulating
they are canulating
Present Perfect
I have canulated
you have canulated
he/she/it has canulated
we have canulated
you have canulated
they have canulated
Past Continuous
I was canulating
you were canulating
he/she/it was canulating
we were canulating
you were canulating
they were canulating
Past Perfect
I had canulated
you had canulated
he/she/it had canulated
we had canulated
you had canulated
they had canulated
Future
I will canulate
you will canulate
he/she/it will canulate
we will canulate
you will canulate
they will canulate
Future Perfect
I will have canulated
you will have canulated
he/she/it will have canulated
we will have canulated
you will have canulated
they will have canulated
Future Continuous
I will be canulating
you will be canulating
he/she/it will be canulating
we will be canulating
you will be canulating
they will be canulating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been canulating
you have been canulating
he/she/it has been canulating
we have been canulating
you have been canulating
they have been canulating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been canulating
you will have been canulating
he/she/it will have been canulating
we will have been canulating
you will have been canulating
they will have been canulating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been canulating
you had been canulating
he/she/it had been canulating
we had been canulating
you had been canulating
they had been canulating
Conditional
I would canulate
you would canulate
he/she/it would canulate
we would canulate
you would canulate
they would canulate
Past Conditional
I would have canulated
you would have canulated
he/she/it would have canulated
we would have canulated
you would have canulated
they would have canulated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.canulate - introduce a cannula or tube into; "Cannulate the blood vessel in the neck"
infix, insert, introduce, enter - put or introduce into something; "insert a picture into the text"
References in periodicals archive ?
If patent arteries are available, it is usually easy to canulate using fluoroscopic or ultrasound guidance.
Operator tried to canulate left subclavian artery(LSA), but unsuccessful.
Features of exposure that are associated with a higher rate of transmission include a needle that was used to canulate a blood vessel in the source patient, advanced human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) disease in the affected patient, a deep needle stick injury, and visible blood on the surface of the instrument.1