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  • adjective Within a lumen


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  • The most common route is called intraluminal contamination when the two primary IV access points, the NIS and the male luer, become contaminated.

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  • The idea of staple line reinforcement is an important one, a recent study by Nguyen et al., looked at intraluminal burst pressures in stomachs with and without reinforcement and demonstrated a 20mmHg difference in reinforced stomachs.

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  • A new intraluminal antigastroesophageal reflux procedure in baboons.

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  • In this South Africa study, doctors decided the treatment option for each patient based on many medical parameters including internal carotid artery (ICA) stenosis, intraluminal thrombus, ICA tortuosity, gross surface ulceration of plaque and excessive calcification.

  • In order to combat intraluminal contamination, nurses are instructed to swab the NIS with isopropyl alcohol.

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  • In adults it may occur idiopathically or due to an intraluminal tumor mass.

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  • In contrast, acetylcholine produced significant increase in the relaxant activity of the effluent of the perfused internal mammary artery with both intraluminal and extraluminal perfusion.

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  • The patient was intraluminal bleeding and was hospitalized for 5 days (see discharged after 5 days and remained in the study. later).

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  • The postoperative dys - the low incidence of intraluminal bleeding. phagia experienced by 4% resulted from swelling at the GE The side effects reported after the TIF procedure were junction and resolved within 7 days without intervention. few, mild, and transient.

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  • The intraluminal and extraluminal release of EDRF by acetylcholine (10-5 M) can be inhibited by site-specific administration of atropine

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