jugular vein

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jugular vein

[′jəg·yə·lər ‚vān]
(anatomy)
The vein in the neck which drains the brain, face, and neck into the innominate.
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Similarly, significantly more number of females showed raised jugular venous pressure as compared to males (p= 0.
During decannulation, after neutralization with protamine, the jugular venous cannula was pulled away and hemostasis was achieved by manual compression for 10-15 minutes (Fig.
Fine inspiratory crackles was the most common physical sign present in 49 patients (98%), wheeze in 30 patients (60%), finger clubbing in 19 patients (38%), ankle odema in 11 patients (22%) central cyanosis in 10 patients (20%), raised jugular venous pressure in 8 patients (16%) and skin lesions in 4 patients (8%) (Figure 1).
Elevation in the jugular venous pressure is a useful sign of fluid overload and should be performed before the commencement of haemodialysis.
According to the autopsy report, the cause of death was perforation of the left pulmonary artery during the placement of the left jugular venous catheters.
The use of dual lumen jugular venous catheter as definitive long term access for haemodialysis.
of Toronto--arterial pulse, blood pressure measurement, jugular venous pulse, precordial pulsations, heart sounds, murmurs, elements of auscultation, pathophysiology, and local and systemic manifestations of cardiovascular disease.
When we performed a logistic regression with acute destabilized HF as the dependent variable and age, sex, eGFR, history of acute destabilized HF, and the presence of orthopnea, paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnea, nocturnal cough, jugular venous distension, pulmonary rales, third heart sound, and peripheral edema as independent variables (excluding MR-proANP, BNP, and NT-proBNP), we obtained a diagnostic accuracy of 79% for this statistical model.
Sigmoid sinus thrombosis associated with internal jugular venous occlusion: Direct thrombolytic treatment.
One of 2 blood cultures was positive for Staphylococcus epidermidis, as were cultures from femoral and jugular venous lines.
The LICOX brain tissue oxygenation and jugular venous bulb catheters are two types of monitors currently available.
Identification of pericardial tamponade in adults is commonly based on the signs of Beck's triad--hypotension, jugular venous distention, and muffled heart sounds.