interoperative

interoperative

(ˌɪntərˈɒpərətɪv)
adj
(Surgery) functioning, or administered, during a surgical operation
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Ultrasound guidance is an important tool in a wide range of radiological and interoperative procedures.
For all the patients interoperative drainage tube was placed.
Blood cultures, joint aspirates, and all interoperative periprosthetic tissue samples yielded Salmonella spp.
It's highly interoperative, he notes, and using SiLA as a communication protocol provides the means for standardising the language used to instruct the instruments.
Overweight patients appeared most likely to benefit from interoperative treatment with this nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drug, study investigators reported.
The aim of this paper was to investigate the process of interoperative control, its pitfalls and the possibilities of its improvement.
Pierie, "Interoperative efficiency in minimally invasive surgery suites," Surgical Endoscopy, vol.
It should be noted that a significant effect in terms of reducing sEMG muscle activity and pain intensity was obtained after two injections and the study intervention did not pose a risk of significant adverse effects and high interoperative risk.
This allows us to use these results in the specific clinical scenario under evaluation: a papillary thyroid cancer patient without preoperative evidence of lymphatic node metastasis, but with interoperative findings of lymph node micrometastasis.
These advantages of CBCT have made it the choice for exploring and handling midfacial and orbital fractures including dentoalveolar fractures (Figure 8), post fracture evaluation, interoperative visualization of the maxillofacial bones, and intraoperative navigation throughout procedures (31, 32).
Surgeons, anatomists, and others from the US, Europe, Asia, Canada, and Qatar provide 21 chapters on the neurocranium and facial skeleton, skull base, soft tissues, arteries, veins, nerves, muscles, orbit, eyelid, nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses, external nose, auricle and external acoustic meatus, oral cavity and pharynx, and neck, with drawings, interoperative photos, and radiologic images.