Definition of Canulas
1. canula [n] - See also: canula
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Literary usage of Canulas
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1. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1889)
"Attempts have been made to avoid these dangers by the use of hard-rubber canulas in place of metallic ones. Even this does not always succeed, ..."
2. The Principles and practice of surgery by Frank Hastings Hamilton (1879)
"Tin's instrument is composed of two canulas. each eight or teu inches in length, by the aid of which the cord is passed around the pedicle close to its ..."
3. Surgical Diseases of Infants and Children by Paul Louis Benoit Guersant, M. P. Guersant (1873)
"An indefinite number of modifications of canulas and dilators have been invented. We admit the advantages, in principle, of the canulas devised at first by ..."
4. Handbook for the Physiological Laboratory by Edward Klein, John Burdon-Sanderson, Michael Foster, Thomas Lauder Brunton (1873)
"canulas—When the syringe is used, it is better to employ metal canulas than ... Three or four such canulas with beaks of different calibres are necessary. ..."
5. A Practical Treatise on the Diseases of the Sexual Organs of Women by Friedrich Wilhelm Scanzoni (1861)
"For this purpose we need only slide two rings sufficiently large to allow the canulas to pass through them, soldered together by their edges to the superior ..."
6. The Journal of Laryngology and Rhinology (1888)
"The canulas are flattened from before backwards, to pass more easily over the region of ... Patients can wear their canulas also better than long sounds. ..."
7. A Textbook of Operative Surgery and Surgical Anatomy by Claude Bernard, Ch Huette, Arthur Trehern Norton (1878)
"Dupuytren designed a canula with an enlargement above, in order to facilitate its extraction when required. M. Gerdy extols canulas with a projecting rim so ..."
8. Illustrated manual of operative surgery and surgical anatomy by Claude Bernard, Charles Huette, William Holme Van Buren, Charles Edward Isaacs (1855)
"Moreau's bivalve canula aa, canulas; ft, trocar. Fig. 2. ... whalebone handle for the introduction of canulas. Fig. 11. ..."
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