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cannula

[′kan·yə·lə]
(medicine)
A small tube that can be inserted into a body cavity, duct, or vessel.

Cannula

 

a hollow tube with a blunt end designed for intro-ducing into the human (or animal) body drugs or X-ray contrastmedia, restoring the patency of the respiratory tract, or with-drawing fluids from the body cavities. It is also used for anatomi-cal, pathologicoanatomic, and laboratory studies. Cannulas aremade of metal, glass, or plastic.

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of Georgia, USA, introduces Speak-EZ Cannula, a tracheal cannula with a self-contained, ultra-low-resistance, one-way valve, This device, used to maintain the potency of a tracheostomy, allows a patient to speak without physically occluding the stoma.
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1,000 Lives Plus is now working with health boards and NHS trusts across Wales to improve the use and maintenance of these devices and reduce the number of cannulas which are actually inserted.
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