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in or at or near a periphery or according to a peripheral role or function or relationship

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Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for HydroPICC, a peripherally inserted central catheter, intended for long-term use.
Single use wire electrodes, for iletz procedures and sterile peripherally long line catheters, as specified.
As shown in Table 1, at admission, the VAD decision was scored as accurate if (1) a peripheral venous catheter is placed and the patient did not receive IV medications that would require central venous access, (2) a midline is placed and the patient did not receive IV medications that would require central venous access, (3) a CVC is placed and the patient received a peripherally incompatible medication, or (4) a PICC is placed and the patient received a peripherally incompatible IV medication or received IV medications for a prolonged duration (Table 2).
Advances of placement of peripherally inserted central catheter using bedside ultrasound and modified Seldinger technique.
Currently, Nostix's ECG-only system is being marketed in the United States for use in placement of peripherally inserted central catheters and is used as an alternative to X-ray confirmation in adult patients.
A longer dwell time for peripherally inserted central catheters in newborns does not appear to increase the risk of central line-associated bloodstream infections (CLABSIs), according to a recent study.
'With the addition of this outstanding team of public finance experts, we will be able to expand our heritage of highly personalised service into a lending segment that we have only peripherally addressed in the past,' said Jim Peoples, chief banking officer at Sterling.
A peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC) line was placed for administration of antibiotics to treat the ongoing infection.
* Peripherally coordinated movements to handle motion tasks for up to ten axes.
SIR - Mr John Jenkins (December 13), is right to say that GPs are not to blame for the problems in A&E departments and the waste of time of ambulances queued up outside them, but they are involved peripherally.
Chapter 117: Peripherally inserted central catheters and nontunneled central venous catheters.
Demand is cyclical in the short-run, tied to crop prices and, peripherally, to the state of the world economy.
But the long-trusted architecture of these instruments has been slow to adapt to the proliferation of optics and filters that currently must be fitted peripherally in a manner that can slow research and clutter bench space.
THE New Zealand Nurses Organisation (NZNO) does not support anaesthetic technicians (ATs) working in post anaesthetic care units (PACU) and has reservations about ATs carrying out the insertion of peripherally central catheters (PICC lines).
The scratching was inhibited by the H Ghistamine-receptor antagonist azelastine, but not by the peripherally acting H -antagonist terfenadine, at the oral dose of 30 mg/kg.