catheter

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a thin flexible tube inserted into the body to permit introduction or withdrawal of fluids or to keep the passageway open

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14 gauge 3 1/4-inch angiocath until tension is relieved, and then removing and recapping it as it may be needed again.
The solder was applied with a 1-ml syringe and a 16-gauge Angiocath (figure 2, A).
He easily identified the needle that injured him as an Angiocath IV catheter manufactured by Becton-Dickinson Vascular Access, Inc.
Prophylactic TTJV was initiated with a 16-gauge angiocatheter (13/4 inch Angiocath [R], Deseret Medical Inc.
A 14-gauge Angiocath plastic catheter was attached, and 1 ml of bovine thrombin resuspended in 10% calcium chloride (1,000 U/ml of thrombin plus 100 mg/ml of calcium chloride) was drawn into the syringe with the platelet concentrate.