Cannula

What is Cannula?

Cannula is a tube that can be inserted into the body, often for the delivery or removal of fluid or for the gathering of data. In simple terms, a cannula can surround the inner or outer surfaces of a trocar needle thus extending needle approach to a vein by half or more of the length of the introducer.

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I had a nasal cannula inserted during a colonoscopy, immediately after its removal, I began sneezing and having a runny nose. No, the only "drug"...

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hi my name is Eva, my baby was born at 24 weeks at 1lb 5oz. after 4 months in the NICU my son was sent home on 1/2 flow of oxygen. Sometimes his...

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Thank you for responding I was in the hospital for 4 days about 4 weeks ago and during that time I had an IV going. Now in that area right forearm...

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Hi Doctor, My baby is a premature baby was in the hospital for almost 4 months. Right now she is 8 and half months old. I have observed nasal...

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I needed surgery on a broken thumb and there was a struggle to find a vein to insert a canula in the back of of my hand. I was told it might result...

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Wednesday, january 29, 2014, I had cataract surgery. All went well until the nurse took the oxygen canula out of my nose and I started sneezing...

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