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The patient was far from needing a ventilator, and with his blood oxygen saturation around 95%, he wasn’t eligible for a nasal cannula under the current rationing orders.
THE BROKEN FRONT LINEBY AVA KOFMAN, PHOTOGRAPHY BY KENDRICK BRINSON AND DAVID WALTER BANKSAPRIL 7, 2021PROPUBLICA
Attached to the handle was a thumb-rest and a tube for removing or adding fluids and a perforator within the cannula.
Inside the cannula is fixed by oxidation an obturator, which carries on its end a small handle fixed on in T-fashion.
The iodoform is injected by means of a glass-barrelled syringe, which is firmly screwed on to the cannula.
MANUAL OF SURGERYALEXIS THOMSON AND ALEXANDER MILES
Wind colic may need prompt use of the trocar and cannula to puncture high up in the right flank for liberation of gas.
The tube, thus prepared, was connected with the artery by a fine cannula, exactly fitting the artery.
Intubation, or the passage of a cannula through a stricture, is referred to later.
The operation is performed with a combined instrument called the trocar and cannula.
SPECIAL REPORT ON DISEASES OF THE HORSEUNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
His apparatus for the purpose consisted of the bladder of a goat with a silver cannula fastened into its neck.
MEDIEVAL MEDICINEJAMES J. (JAMES JOSEPH) WALSH
He inserted a cannula of silver through the mouth until its head met an obstruction.
MEDIEVAL MEDICINEJAMES J. (JAMES JOSEPH) WALSH

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