canulation


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Synonyms for canulation

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

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Showing the Presence of Vascular Flow by Different Parameters, n = 223 Observation After 1 Month After 5 Months Thrill Good Feeble Good Feeble 210 13 209 14 Venous Comfortable Difficulty Comfortable Difficulty Canulation 210 13 213 10 Bruit on Loud Feeble Loud Feeble Doppler 210 13 208 15 Effect on Compatible Incompatible Compatible Incompatible CVS 210 13 220 03 Observation After 9 Months After 12 Months Thrill Good Feeble Good Feeble 205 18 201 22 Venous Comfortable Difficulty Canulation 210 13 210 13 Bruit on Loud Feeble Loud Feeble Doppler 206 17 206 17 Effect on Compatible Incompatible Compatible Incompatible CVS 220 03 220 03 Table 5: Showing the Age Incidence and Sex Incidence, in Group B (n = 748) Sl.
5) Salivary gland scintigraphy / technetium scanning 6) Salivary duct canulation 12 and measuring saliva production.
Evaluation of nutrient utilization in the canine using the ileal canulation technique.
On exploration, 6 patients (55%) had gall bladder with a lumen for canulation, subsequently proved by cholangiogram to have patent extrahepatic biliary tree, thus excluding biliary atresia.
As with the contents, I would have liked to see more practical details with step-by-step of how to do certain techniques, either invasive canulation or regional anaesthetic techniques.
Other studies that have characterized the continuous blood pressure response to weight lifting through the use of intra-arterial canulation and blood pressure recordings have shown similar specific blood pressure responses as demonstrated in the present study (Fleck and Dean, 1987; Gotshall et al.