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A 21 gauge scalp vein set was put in the antecubital vein. Patient was seated in front of the fundus camera and the 5 ml 10% Sodium fluorescein dye was injected.
A pre-procedure contrast injection through antecubital vein cannula on both sides under fluoroscope could serve the purpose.
Other methods were shown to be effective in decreasing propofol pain including using a large antecubital veins, rapid bolus injection of propofol, and briefly occluding the vein with a tourniquet before injecting the lidocaine in order to maximize the contact time between the vein wall and the local anesthetic.
The dye was injected rapidly into a catheterized antecubital vein in all subjects, but there are individual differences in the distance from the arm to the eye, and we did not examine these differences.
During supine rest, a sterile intravenous catheter was introduced into an antecubital vein of each arm and a sterile 3-way stopcock was attached to the catheter.
Sample Collection and Storage: About 5 - 6 ml of blood was taken from antecubital vein of each category of patient and kept in sterile syringes in clotted state.
The exam was performed using IV iodinated contrast (Xenetix) via right antecubital vein with a power injector.
(2) With this method, a gadolinium-based contrast material is injected into a peripheral vein (typically an antecubital vein); image acquisition occurs when the contrast reaches the arterial system for the first time (first-pass circulation) after circulating through the right heart chambers, pulmonary circulation, and left heart chambers.
A sample drawn from the antecubital vein had total protein of 7 g/dL.
After injecting 100 ml Imeron 350 via an antecubital vein in the left arm at a rate of 3 ml/s and a delay of 30 s, CT was performed, with a 3 mm slice thickness and 3 mm reconstruction interval.
Coldness, pallor, and cyanosis developed in the distal region of the right forearm soon after venipuncture of the right antecubital vein. Pulse oxime try showed no impulse (pulse and saturation) from this region, distal pulses could not be palpated, and Doppler ultrasonography showed positive brachial pulses, and negative radial and ulnar pulses.
Baseline blood samples (6 ml) were drawn from an antecubital vein, in the supine position in the morning after an overnight fast, and again after 2 weeks under the same conditions.