TITLE

EVALUATION OF FLOW RATES OF CARDIOVASCULAR CONTRAST MEDIA THROUGH THE CATHETERS USUALLY USED IN PEDIATRIC CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION AND ANGIOCARDIOGRAPHY STUDY

AUTHOR(S)
Johnson, John Leslie; Turner, A. Franklin
PUB. DATE
November 1968
SOURCE
Angiology;Nov1968, Vol. 19 Issue 10, p612
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Discusses the evaluation of flow rates of cardiovascular contrast media through the catheters usually used in pediatric cardiac catheterization and angiocardiographic study. Similarity of the flow rates of all thin wall woven Dacron catheters of equal size; Comparison of the flow rates of various opaque media; Dissimilar flow rates shown by various catheters of the same size, especially in the woven Dacron.
ACCESSION #
16370312

 

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