Cannula

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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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The Gibbons Endoscopic line features the use of radiolucent thermoplastic to allow the maximum number of reuses for each cannula," Gibbons said.
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The ability for each elastomeric cannula to self-adjust to the patient's abdominal wall thickness to anchor the cannula in place and to provide operative maneuverability.
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.
in Tennessee demonstrated his innovative vibrating cannula by plunging it into a 10-pound ham.
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