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The attachment site can be oversewn to control bleeding, and the hemostatic square-suture technique or Bakri balloon may be helpful.
A perforation of the duodenal ulcer was identified and oversewn.
The excised edge must be oversewn or cauterized for hemostasis, and the cystic cavity must be inspected for the presence of bile.
Very durable: buckram-covered boards encase an oversewn book block of 70# paper.
This was oversewn without the need for cardiopulmonary bypass.
The esophagus was closed in a continuous pattern and oversewn in an inverting pattern with a monofilament absorbable suture (Biosyn 3-0, Ethicon Inc, Edinburgh, UK).
The staple line is excised from the cranial section of the afferent limb, and either oversewn with 3.
The ulcer was oversewn with an omentum patch, the enterotomy closed and abdomen washed with saline before completing the operation.
The cartilaginous external auditory canal is transected, oversewn, and reflected posteriorly if a subtotal petrosectomy is needed.
Because of ongoing bleeding, he was again returned to theatre where a bleeding bronchial artery was identified and oversewn.
Parenchymal injuries were oversewn, but chest wall bleeding was only partially controlled.
A formal sleeve gastrectomy was performed, calibrated upon a 34-F bougie, using a gastro-intestinal anastomosis (GIA) stapler and oversewn with 3/0 PDS[TM] (polyester polymer monofilament) sutures.
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