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Definition of Cannulae

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Meaning of Cannulae from wikipedia

- A cannula (/ˈkænjʊlə/; from Latin "little reed"; plural cannulae or cannulas) is a tube that can be inserted into the body, often for the delivery or removal...
- already been established or emergency re-sternotomy has been performed (with cannulae in the right atrium (or SVC/IVC for tricuspid repair) and ascending aorta)...
- requires that the patient can breathe un****isted, but unlike low-flow nasal cannulae, the NRB allows for the delivery of higher concentrations of oxygen. An...
- purpose of the injection being death. The several explanations include: cannulae are sterilized and have their quality heavily controlled during manufacture...
- between reaction vessels via cannulae, avoiding atmospheric contamination. While the syringes are not the same as cannulae, the techniques remain relevant...
- Davis, Daniel (6 May 2020). "Blood sampled from existing peripheral IV cannulae yields results equivalent to venepuncture: a systematic review". JRSM Open...
- used form of adult nasal cannula carries 1–3 litres of oxygen per minute. Cannulae with smaller prongs intended for infant or neonatal use can carry less...
- may require heated humidified high-flow therapy delivered through nasal cannulae, non-invasive ventilation, or in severe cases invasive ventilation through...
- (liters per minute) of medical gas to a patient through an interface (nasal cannulae) intended to create a wash-out of the upper airway. The applied gas is...
- separate heat exchanger is required for the cardiopledgia line. Multiple cannulae are sewn into the patient's body in a variety of locations, depending on...
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