femoral vein


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femoral vein

[¦fem·ə·rəl ′vān]
(anatomy)
A vein accompanying the femoral artery.
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Hemostasis of the femoral artery sheath for 10 h may also compress the femoral vein simultaneously, leading to venous injury and stasis, which may be responsible for the formation of right calf muscular venous and subsequent PE.
Cyropreserved femoral vein grafts for difficult hemodialysis access.
After adequately sterilization of both groins, a femoral vein sheath 5F was placed under general anaesthesia.
For haemodialysis catheters, femoral vein catheterisation also accounted for most number of CRDVT (32.
The Cardioband System utilises a catheter inserted into the femoral vein and delivered through a transseptal approach across the septum of the heart.
2) Using the ultrasound to And the femoral vein and/or the internal jugular vein can be extremely helpful in preventing arterial puncture, malposition and pneumothorax.
This system is designed to reliably, efficiently and repeatedly gain central venous access by inserting the Surfacer System through the femoral vein and navigating it up through the patient's venous system with an exit point in the right internal jugular vein, the optimal location for placing a central venous catheter.
She had then received internal jugular vein and femoral vein catheterisation repeatedly for the low flow rate of arteriovenous fistulas.
Implanted via the femoral vein with the smallest available leadless technology delivery system, the Nanostim leadless pacemaker offers a less-invasive approach for physicians compared to traditional pacemaker procedures that require more invasive surgery.
High ligation and cutting GSV tributaries, as well as tangential repair of the femoral vein prevents the formation of vortex at SFJ.
The veins generally used are the internal jugular vein (neck), the subclavian vein (chest), and the femoral vein (groin).
The coronary sinus is accessed via the right femoral vein using a balloon infusion catheter.