Traducción de incision en Español:

incision

incisión, n.

Pronunciación /ɪnˈsɪʒən//ɪnˈsɪʒ(ə)n/

nombre

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    incisión femenino
    • Most traditional biopsy procedures involve an incision in the skin.
    • Immediately after the surgical incision was made, she began decompensating and, within minutes, went into full cardiopulmonary arrest.
    • All surgical incisions were closed before testing.
    • The types of skin incisions made for tracheostomy may or may not have a direct relationship to the likely development of stomal stenosis after intubation.
    • The surgeon makes the skin incision and places a self-retaining retractor to open the surgical wound.
    • Uncontrolled postoperative pain can affect a person's life long alter the surgical incision is healed.
    • These will ideally include a means to localize the abnormal glands preoperatively as well as to determine if the resection is complete prior to closure of the surgical incision.
    • Vertical incisions provide improved surgical access and may be less prone to infection.
    • If your operation involves making an incision (surgical cut) on your head or pubic area, you may need to have the hair shaved from the area for hygiene and safety reasons.
    • Two surgical incisions are used in carotid artery endarterectomies.
    • The surgical incision was evaluated for serous exudate, erythema, purulent exudate, and separation of deep tissues.
    • The surgeon placed two drains in the surgical incision, closed the wound, and applied a sterile wound dressing.
    • An effort also should be made by the surgeon to avoid placing a surgical incision through a pre-existing wound.
    • The cut wall of the bowel heals to the edges of the surgical incision, which is thus kept open.
    • Advantages of cryosurgery are that it is quick, is cost-effective, does not involve a surgical incision, and requires minimal equipment.
    • Subsequent surgical incisions in shaved skin, therefore, may become infected more easily than in untreated skin.
    • Greater sensitivity to pain is not always useful when doctors can use casts and other devices to fix bones in place, and sutures to repair injuries and close surgical incisions.
    • Skin incisions were closed primarily with 3/0 atraumatic silk sutures.
    • Now mediastinoscopy involves the use of a rigid bronchoscope and a surgical incision made in the suprasternal notch.
    • Any time a child has a surgical procedure, the surgical incision can introduce bacteria into the bloodstream.