- v. Simple past tense and past participle of cannulate.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Hollow; affording a passage through its interior length for wire, thread, etc..
“This, if a fistula is present, may be best done with a blunt-pointed bistoury, or with a cannulated director and a scalpel.”
“It is traversed by veins of quartz, containing cannulated and often articulated prisms of rutile titanite two or three lines in diameter.”
“Six bovine foetuses were chronic cannulated on the aorta via the medial tarsal artery.”
“Additionally, the advanced Paramount® screw delivery system uses a proprietary non-cannulated screw design with a K-wire guided tip for accurate screw placement and enhanced screw strength.”
“Extracorporeal method: - running blood from a cannulated artery via a heat exchanger with tap water as a cooling medium with the help of a pump.”
“Segments were individually cannulated and perfused at 5 ml / minute using a roller pump.”
“The Coral (TM) Extended Tab Spinal Screw series will be available in solid, fenestrated and cannulated styles, and they provide an exciting addition to the Coral Spinal System currently marketed in the United States.”
“The IntuiTrak incorporates a 19Fr Introducer and 9Fr percutaneous, pre-cannulated contralateral access with new design features to simplify delivery and deployment of Powerlink devices.”
“The right femoral vein and artery were isolated through a surgical incision at the groin and were cannulated using a bleeding catheter and a triple lumen catheter (blood pressure measurements).”
“Under aseptic conditions, the right external jugular vein and carotid artery were identified through a surgical incision in the neck and cannulated with a Swan-Ganz catheter (for blood sample collection and pulmonary pressure measurements), as well as, a Millar catheter (for blood pressure measurements), respectively.”
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