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a small flexible tube inserted into a body cavity for draining off fluid or introducing medication

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Gibbons Surgical's "reposable" line of trocar & cannulas contain a reusable cannula, or sleeve, with a disposable trocar.
In this study, the placement of product was more precise with the cannulas.
An owner who buys the system for just two users can easily expand it by simply purchasing tubing, flow meters and cannulas.
In 219 patients 18 G cannula was used and 8 of these developed pneumothorax (3.
In this instance cannulas are the better choice over steel dialysis needles as there is no 'needle' in the cannula to infiltrate the vessel during the dialysis session.
Patients who have catheters and cannulas are at risk of infection if they aren't used correctly.
The AnchorPort[R] disposable cannulas are also available for use with the same disposable obturator used during a surgical procedure on the same patient when multiple cannula applications are desired.
Salter-Style[R] ETCO2 Divided Sampling Cannulas provide a safe, simple and cost effective way to improve ETC02 monitoring with nonintubated or consciously sedated patients.
Speak-EZ Cannulas are made of biocompatible, medical-grade silicone.
The exhibit booths displayed the latest in the trade with Whitman's samplers of breast implants, bulge-taming girdles, nasal splints, flesh-colored facial bandages and table after table of gleaming stainless cannulas - the probes used in liposuction.
TDCA BioMed primarily markets and sells one-time use, packaged, sealed and sterilized disposable cannulas used in liposuction, fat transfer, and orthopedic procedures.
Contract awarded for Inputs Clinic: Cannulas, Barter Probes And Logistics Unit
Salter-Style[R] ETCO2 Divided Sampling Cannulas provide a safe, simple and cost effective way to improve ETCO2 monitoring with nonintubated or consciously sedated patients.