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Puncture sites and route were determined based on the image and signal-intensified lesions.
In addition, a novel puncture site was used, namely the area proximal to the nail bed of each finger (Figs.
Also, the radial artery puncture site is near a bone, which allows for easier compression and a much lower risk of bleeding.
The choice of the puncture site for fiducial marker implantation was based on the location of the hepatic tumor and the discretion of the operator.
To avoid access site complications, the correct location of the puncture site was identified with the help of fluoroscopy.
You can greatly increase your chances of a successful seal if you can find the puncture site and move the vehicle until the leak is facing down.
Never let go of the guidewire, which should be held either at the proximal end or at the skin puncture site, during the dilatation step and during the catheter insertion.
On completion of treatment the sheath was removed without incidence and firm, digital pressure was applied to the puncture site until haemastasis was achieved.
Multiple findings regarding prevention and relieving of post-lumbar puncture headache were identified and summarized under the headings "Needle Design and LP Technical Procedure," "Bed Rest and Early Mobilization," "Posture and Head Position," "Cerebral Vasoconstriction," "Hydration and Seal of the Puncture Site," and "Patient Characteristics.
The chosen epidural space was as close as possible to the dural puncture site.
Local anesthetic (2% lignocaine) was injected to anesthetize the puncture site after proper cleaning and draping of the area.