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Synonyms for cannulation

the insertion of a cannula or tube into a hollow body organ

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The object of the acquisition is an ultrasound device for anesthesia for anesthesia and cannulation for the revitalization of the raasepor hospital.
Patient factors include female gender, younger age, sphincter of oddi dysfunction, cannulation difficulty, pancreatic divisum, previous history of post ERCP pancreatitis and operator factors include inexperienced operator, prolonged procedure time and repeated injection into pancreatic duct9.
Cimino was that he not only provided cannulation guidance, but he also stepped back and watched our technique.
We recommend intraosseous cannulation in adult patients with cardiac arrest instead of being limited to paediatric population or inability to obtain intravenous access, should be considered as an initial procedure of choice during resuscitation measures because of the afore mentioned less time to administration of vasopressor medications, less re-attempts and failure rates.
Advantages of right internal jugular vein cannulation relate to the fact that it has got good external landmarks, its consistent and predictable anatomic location, its valve-less course to the superior vena cava and right atrium.
There was a significant difference in systolic blood pressure, diastolic blood pressure and mean arterial pressures between the radial artery and femoral artery cannulation after 5, 15 and 30 minutes of weaning from CPB.
Signs of arterial cannulation include absence of pulsation, pallor, distal signs of ischemia, cyanosis of the affected limb, and severe pain during cannulation.
The results of patient interviews demonstrated that pain during cannulation is the primary concern and that it has a negative impact on the patient experience leading to resignation and, ultimately, acceptance.
Conclusion: Ultrasound guided radial artery cannulation is associated with higher rate of successful insertion and less time is required for arterial line insertion as compared to blind palpation method.
A global revival of the buttonhole method occurred in the 2000s as publications highlighted the benefits of reducing cannulation pain and ease of cannulation, although Ogawa et al.
The procedures are central venous cannulation, radial arterial line placement, endotracheal intubation, lumbar puncture, abdominal paracentesis, thoracentesis, and knee arthrocentesis.
sup][6] Physicians often prefer cannulation of the right IJV, the second best for the left IJV, to establish central venous access since it provides a more direct path to SVC.
Cannulation of the common bile duct is more difficult in patients with periampullary diverticulum and requires more skills and a longer learning curve [9, 10].