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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Under anesthesia (ketamine, 100 mg/kg, Acepromazine, 3 mg/kg, IP, or 5% isofluorane), mice were placed in the supine position and the trachea was intubated with a 22-gauge Angiocath over a blunt introducer.
Next, I'd add an angiocath, to reduce/ relieve pneumothorax.
(11) 16-gauge angiocath was inserted per cutaneously in the right upper quadrant of the abdomen for decompression with alleviation of respiratory and hemodynamic problems.
Then, the right carotid arterywas isolated and a heparinized polyethylene catheter (Angiocath, number 19, BD, Curitiba, Brazil) was inserted for measuring blood pressure.
14 gauge 3 1/4-inch angiocath until tension is relieved, and then removing and recapping it as it may be needed again.
Cystic masses can generally be carefully aspirated using a laparoscopic needle or angiocath, or they can be incised and drained using a standard suction device.
A 24-gauge catheter (Angiocath, Becton Dickinson, Sandy, UT, USA) was placed in the left or right basilic vein of each bird and flushed with 0.5 ml of heparinized saline solution.
(3) Contrast is injected directly into the vein with a butterfly needle, an angiocath or through an established IV line.
The solder was applied with a 1-ml syringe and a 16-gauge Angiocath (figure 2, A).