RIJ

(redirected from Right Internal Jugular)
AcronymDefinition
RIJRight Internal Jugular (vein)
RIJRefugees International Japan (est. 1979; Tokyo, Japan)
RIJRetina Institute Japan
RIJRussell Investments Japan
RIJRéseau Insertion Jeunes (French: Youth Inclusion Network)
RIJRéseau d'Information Jeunesse (French: Youth Information Network)
RIJRepetitive Incomplete Join (Unreal game engine security exploit)
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The coronary sinus electrode and right atrial electrode were placed into two 6F venous sheaths which were indwelled within the separated right internal jugular vein and then connected with multichannel intelligent physiological recording and analyzing system.
A triple lumen 15cm Central venous catheter was inserted in right internal jugular vein with ultrasound guidance and pulmonary artery catheter was floated through the swanz sheath at the same place.
After explaining the procedure, written consent was obtained and the patient was positioned for right internal jugular vein cannulation.
Placement of central venous catheters via the right internal jugular vein has become one of the most popular routes.
This system is designed to reliably, efficiently and repeatedly gain central venous access by inserting the Surfacer System through the femoral vein and navigating it up through the patient's venous system with an exit point in the right internal jugular vein, the optimal location for placing a central venous catheter.
Subsequently, Doppler ultrasonography (USG) of neck was advised to find the cause of SVC syndrome, which revealed intraluminal thrombus in the right internal jugular, right subclavian and visualised extent of right brachiocephalic vein with no significant flow (figure 4)
Triple lumen venous catheter was placed in the right internal jugular vein with fluid infusion and central venous pressure monitor.
It is usually performed through right internal jugular approach.
The right internal jugular vein and the right femoral vein were cannulated with 17 Gauge and 18 Gauge central venous catheter, respectively.
Indeed, IJVs present great intersubject variations, and within the same subject, the right internal jugular vein (IJVr) lumen is usually greater than the left internal jugular vein (IJVl) one [8].
Based on this microbiological finding, a neck ultrasound exam was performed, showing a nonoccluding parietal thrombosis of the right internal jugular vein.
Effects of head rotation on the right internal jugular vein in infants and young children.