A small tube of metal, wood, or India rubber, used for various purposes, esp. for injecting or withdrawing fluids. It is usually associated with a trocar.
A tube inserted into a duct or body cavity, for the purpose either of infusing or removing fluid.
Instrument that is hand held by liposuction surgeons to remove fat during the surgical procedure. The liposuction surgeon moves the cannula inside the patient in order to suck out the fat.
A tube inserted into a vessel to act as a channel for the transport of fluid. Cannulas come in different styles and sizes.
A narrow tube of plastic carried on a needle. In piercing with a cannula: The needle cuts a hole and the cannula passes through with the needle. The needle is partially withdrawn but the cannula stays in place. The jewelry is inserted into the cannula. The cannula is withdrawn carrying the jewelry through the piercing.
a tube for insertion into a duct or cavity
A special tube designed for placing drugs into the udder through the teat end and streak canal.
A tube inserted into the body through which fluids and tissue can be removed. These are often used during abortions and other gynecological procedures.
Tube for insertion into a vessel or body cavity.
A small tube inserted into an artery or vein.
A hollow needle inserted into a blood vessel and used to give intravenous fluids.
A tube that can be inserted into the body; commonly placed in blood vessels prior to transfusion or dialysis.
A slender tube that can be inserted into a body cavity or duct. It may also be placed on the outside of the nose to deliver oxygen through small prongs.
a hollow tube used, for example, to inseminate sperm artificially
a small flexible tube inserted into a body cavity for draining off fluid or introducing medication
a flexible tube which is placed into a vein for purposes of administering medication or fluids
a hollow tube that protrudes into the abdominal cavity, and it contains a valve to provide a gastight seal
a hollow tube with an opening near its blunt end and is inserted through small incisions beneath the skin and into the fatty tissue overlying the body's musculature
a hollow tube with one or more holes on one end
a long thin metal tube that is used to
a slim, hollow tube attached to a vacuum pump
a small clear tube with short prongs inserted in the nostrils
a small Teflon tube often inserted into a blood vessel to admi
a soft fine tube that is pushed down a steel inserter needle which is then withdrawn
a suitable instrument to achieve this but other suitable instruments, such as a solid needle-type instrument, or the like, may also be used
a tube used in surgery to draw abnormal fluid from the body
Is the plastic sleeve that's on the outside of the piercing needle the cannula stays in place after the needle is withdrawn and is then used as a guide in order to put the jewelry into place.
A hollow tube which can be inserted into a body cavity to draw off fluid or to introduce medication.
a thin, flexible tube that is inserted into the body to drain fluids. A special type of cannula is used to vacuum the fat in liposuction procedures.
Tubing that provides oxygen near the nose.
a flexible tube with removable trocar that can be inserted into the body e.g. into a blood vessel.
a method of delivering oxygen. A thin, flexible tube is encircled around the baby's face and head and is connected to an oxygen source. A flow meter regulates the amount of oxygen that is given to the baby through the two prongs that extend from the tube into the baby's nostrils.
A small, hollow tube, typically with one or more openings near the tip, for insertion into a body cavity or into a duct or vessel. The VASER® System's patented cannulae are designed to withdraw emulsified fat with little trauma to other tissue.
This is the small plastic tube at the end of the infusion set. It is inserted just under the skin in the abdominal area using a small needle. The insulin is delivered through this tube into the fatty tissue in your abdomen (see infusion set).
A tube that goes into an opening into the body.
A narrow tube of plastic carried on a needle. When piercing, the cannula passes through the piercing with the needle and serves to keep the piercing open in order to insert the jewelry.
A short plastic tube which is inserted into a vein for the administration of medication or transfusions. If a Broviac catheter is inappropriate, or a child does not opt for it, a cannula will be used.
A blunt-ended needle used for in-office procedures, resembling a periodontal probe, usually attached to an oral irrigation device to deliver an antimicrobial into a sulcus or periodontal pocket.
thin, smooth, blunt, surgical suction rod inserted and used to vacuum the fat layer that lies deep beneath the skin. As it's pushed and pulled through the fat, the cells are broken up and then suctioned out.
A narrow tube inserted into a vein through which fluids can be given and blood taken. Rather more temporary than a central venous catheter.
A hollow tube attached to a high-vacuum device used to remove fat through liposuction. The plastic surgeon manipulates the cannula within the fat layers under the skin, dislodging the fat and "vacuuming" it out.
A sleeve which allows an entry point for surgeons to introduce endoscopic devices into a body cavity.
a straw-like instrument through which the fat is removed, The "business end" of the cannula is near, but not at, its tip. The tip is rounded, blunt, or bullet shaped, and the suction holes are on the side of the shaft near the tip.
a tube with a lumen (channel) that is inserted into a cavity or duct and is often fitted with a trocar during insertion
A tube that is placed in the arm similar to that of a needle. However this can be left in, so blood samples can be taken regularly and easily.
a small plastic tube used to supply extra oxygen through the nose or diagnostic in Sleep disorders. See : Air Transducer Sensor
a thin stainless steel tube that is used to inject a substance into tissue, or remove excess tissue from a specific area
A hollow tube used to artificially inseminate sperm
A tiny tube used to inject or withdraw small quantities of brain chemicals.
A fine tube used for internal vein investigations.
A tube (may be plastic or glass) which is inserted into the intravascular compartment or into the body to facilitate administration or withdrawal of gases or liquids.
A tube which can be inserted into a cavity, usually by means of a trocar filling its lumen; after insertion of the cannula, the trocar is withdrawn and the cannula remains as a channel for the transportation of fluids.
Simply a slender tube that can be inserted into a body cavity or duct. During the insertion of the cannula, its lumen (interior) is usually occupied by a trocar, a solid shaft, to stiffen it. The word "cannula" is the diminutive of the Latin "canna" (reed) = a little reed.
A short, soft narrow plastic tube put into a vein and secured there so drugs/fluids/blood etc can be given as required intravenously (IV).
A narrow plastic sleeve around the outside of a piercing needle. When piercing, the sleeve stays in place after the needle is withdrawn and is then used as a guide in order to put the jewelry into place before being removed.
A hollow tube like that used for insemination.
A cannula (plural cannulae) is a flexible tube which when inserted into the body is used either to withdraw fluid or insert medication. Cannulae normally come with a trocar (a sharp pointed needle) attached which allows puncture of the body to get into the intended space. Intravenous cannulae are the most common in hospital use.