needle tubing

needle tubing

[′nēd·əl ‚tüb·iŋ]
(engineering)
Stainless steel tubing with outside diameters from 0.014 to 0.203 inch (0.36 to 5.16 millimeters); used for surgical instruments and radon implanters.
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K-Tube, based in California, is the country's largest independent hypodermic needle tubing manufacturer.
Purpose: Fills the arterial needle tubing and the arterial blood line with non-recirculated blood (in case there is any access recirculation) by clearing the dead space in the arterial needle tubing and the arterial blood line.
Alternatively, blood may be obtained from the arterial needle tubing after disconnection from the arterial blood line and attaching a vacutainer or syringe without a needle.