ⓘ Vascular snare

                                     

ⓘ Vascular snare

A vascular snare is an endovascular device that is used to remove foreign bodies from inside arteries and veins. The snare consists of several radiopaque loops of wire inside a catheter, which when extended flower out, and which collapse when withdrawn into the catheter.

                                     
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  • The most commonly employed modalities of EMR include strip biopsy, double - snare polypectomy, resection with combined use of highly concentrated saline and
  • pathological examination from a percutaneous or transvenous approach. Vascular Balloon angioplasty stent: Opening of narrow or blocked blood vessels using
  • several structures, including two of the circumventricular organs the vascular organ of the lamina terminalis, and the subfornical organ. They contribute
  • epinephrine in bleeding lesions Cutting off of larger pieces of tissue with a snare device e.g. polyps, endoscopic mucosal resection Application of cautery
  • There are two near - parallel rises on the western margin: Stewart Island Snare Island Rise and Auckland Island platform. The continental slopes are steep
  • have been controlled by fluid pressure, and individuals could have fed by snaring either small prey or edible particles in the tentacles and bringing the
  • tissues. Tetanus toxin spreads through tissue spaces into the lymphatic and vascular systems. It enters the nervous system at the neuromuscular junctions and
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  • organ perfusion technique Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation Vascular access Revascularization First rib resection Seldinger technique Vascular snare