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Indications Bone Marrow Aspiration, Systemic Vascular Approach, Fastest Intraosseous access
How to use the Veterinary B.I.G. device?
Location (1) Animal sedated * and in Lateral recumbency. * Sedated: in accordance with clinician consideration (animal behaviour).
Location (2) Medial Proximal Tibia of recumbent hind limb locally sedated, clipped, and/or Aseptically prepared.
Location (3) Index finger (2 nd Digit) palpating patellar ligament. Sliding down to rest on Proximal Anterior aspect of Tibial Tuberosity.
Location (4) Thumb (1 st Digit), palpating the flat surface of the Medial Proximal Tibia, hence: Penetration site
Alternative method Draw a line Perpendicular to Tibial Crest, mid- level Tibial Crest
Draw a line in the middle of the previous line (Mid Tibial), 90 o. Tibial Crest Alternative method
Penetration Site Tibial Crest Alternative method
Advantages sec. penetration speed. 2.No need to refer. 3.No need to anesthetize. 4.Advancing a diagnostic plans. 5.No complications. 6.Safe, reliable route for fluids and drugs administration.
Tibiale Laterale PALPATE WITH SIDE OF THUMB FROM ANTERIOR TOWARDS POSTERIOR ©R.
INTRAOSSEOUS ACCESS (I.O.) Procedure. Preparation Sterile technique Check needle – align bevels of the needle Support leg on firm surface Palpate landmark.
Intraosseous Needle Insertion Kalpesh Patel, MD Dept. of Pediatric Emergency Medicine November 22, 2006.
Common IO Myths BIG Insertion is extremely painful The BIG insertion is very rapid and no more painful than an IV line. In Conscious patients it is recommended.
Do Now-Get colored pencils. See test grade in Pink. List the injuries and conditions associated with the BONES OF THE FOOT AND ANKLE.
BONES OF THE FOOT AND ANKLE. 14 Phalanges Distal, middle and proximal phalanges toes(2-5) Great toe (1) Only has Proximal and Distal phalanges
Chapter 6/7 Tibia and Fibula Distal Femur. Proximal Tibia Condyle Medial Lateral Intercondylar Eminence Tibial Plateau Tibial Tuberosity Anterior Crest.
Tests Used to Evaluate Knee Injuries. Anterior Drawer Test The anterior drawer test evaluates the anterior cruciate ligament. To perform this test, place.
PerSys Paediatric Bone Injection Gun B.I.G.. INTRAOSSEOUS ACCESS Penetration of the bone in order to access the intravascular compartment Device inserted.
Intraosseous needle insertion Dr. Mohamed Haseen Basha Dr. Mohamed Haseen Basha Assistant professor ( Paediatrics) Faculty of Medicine Al Maarefa College.
Pelvic Appendage with labeled photographs By Andrew W. Parsons Copyright 2000, All Rights Reserved. To advance to next slide: -click mouse or “page down”
How to use the Adult BIG device? How to use the Adult BIG device? The presentation will start in a few minutes…
Lower Limb Regions Hip Knee Ankle Foot. Hip Osteology.
P.E.A…Anesthetizing…Shock…Intubation… Two I.V attempts…V.F…O.D…Dyspnea…MVA Dehydration…Cyanosis…infant…C.P.R… ANYTIME ACCESS IS NEEDED IN A HURRY.
The Dance Hall by Vincent van Gogh, functional components: Pelvic girdle & bones of the free lower limb Body weight is transferred Vertebral column.
Principles of Human Anatomy and Physiology, 11e1 Chapter 8 The Skeletal System: Appendicular Skeleton.
1 Intraosseous? Think ! 2 Let’s Discuss B.I.G. TM - Bone Injection Gun How to operate Competition FAQ Think
Chapter 7 Knee Patella. Knee Joint Distal Femur Proximal Tibia Patella.
Intraosseous Insertion Gwen Hollaar University of Calgary.
Palpation Hints Making Contact Add Text Here. Palpation Hints.
Left Hand – Anterior View Ulna Scaphoid bone Lunate bone Triquetrum bone Pisiform bone Carpals (proximal) Metacarpals Phalanges (Digits) Radius Hamate.
Objectives of this presentation… Historical background of intraosseous (I.O.) infusion. The anatomical and physiological principle of I.O. infusion. Familiarization.
G.Muscles that act on the lower legs 1. Quadriceps femoris- anterior extensors a. Rectus femoris- also extends thigh, runs parallel through the midline.
1 Myology Myology of the Knee. 2 Distal Femur Anatomy: –Medial and lateral condyles: rounded portions of distal femur that articulate with the proximal.
Chapter 6 Knee Patella. Knee Joint Distal ___________ Proximal __________ __________.
HOW DO WE DIAGNOSE LAMENESS IN YOUR HORSE ? To help horse owners better understand the tools we routinely use at VetWerx to evaluate their horse’s soundness,
BONES OF THE LOWER LIMB Krešimir Tućin 2nd year, 2013/14 University of Zagreb Medical School Mentor: A. Žmegač Horvat.
MC One Device, Seven Site System EZ-IO ® T.A.L.O.N. TM Tactically Advanced Lifesaving Intraosseous Needle.
Normal Radiographic Anatomy of the Equine Hind Limb Dr. Pack First Year Radiology.
Knee Outline. Knee Designed to ◦Provide Stability ◦Provide Mobility.
ANATOMY OF THE PELVIC LIMB, SMALL ANIMAL Lesley A. Zwicker, BScPharm, DVM Resident, Diagnostic Imaging.
01.05 HONORS Bone Markings Assignment Directions: Part 1 – Do THREE of the palpation exercises below. Delete the choices you don’t use. Then answer the.
By: Emily Drake & Baylie Wilson. Functional: Diarthroses (freely moving) Structural: Synovial joint (filled with synovial fluid) The knee joint.
Transition from Stylion LOCATE MEDIAL CLAVICLE ©R.
1 EZ-IO in the Pediatric Patient. This presentation is only for Pediatric specific IO site location and placement. For complete IO insertion education,
ORTHO CURRICULUM Procedures: Arthrocentesis. Indications Diagnosis of joint disease by synovial fluid analysis (gout, septic arthritis) Local instillation.
Pelvic Girdle and Lower Limb Coxa Femur Patella Tibia Fibula Tarsals Metatarsals Phalanges.
Periodontal Ligament Injection Indications Anesthesia for 1-2 teeth Anesthesia for 1-2 teeth Bilateral mandibular treatment needed Bilateral mandibular.
1. Injection of an anesthetic solution into or immediately surrounding the axillary sheath interrupts conduction of impulses of peripheral nerves. The.
Steven lee M.S. Pathology FTCC. Right Knee Anterior View fibula Tibia femur steven lee M.S. Pathology FTCC.
بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم Baghiyatollah (a.s.) University of Medical Sciences, Faculty of Nursing Seiyed Mohammad Khadem-ol-Hoseiny فوریتهای پزشکی در کودکان.
The Lower Limbs. Formed by the two coxal bones (a.k.a. ossa coxae) that form the hip bones Coxal bones are attached to the sacrum to form the bony pelvis.
THE KNEE JOINT. BONES OF THE KNEE FEMUR Lateral condyle (6 left) Medial condyle (8 left) Intercondylar fossa (7 left)
Intraosseous Vascular Access E-Learning Resource.
Ankle & Foot (3). Flexion: Metatarsophalangeal Joint.
Muscles. Endomysium Neuromuscular junction.
© TANUVAS, 2011 MEDIAL PATELLLAR DESMOTOMY FOR CLP.
Anatomy of the Knee Not a true hinge joint. The knee is NOT a true hinge joint! Non-weight bearing Full extension the tibia rotates laterally In.
Lower Appendicular Skeleton. Pelvic Girdle Formed by two ossa coxa (hipbones) and united anteriorly by the symphsis pubis. The pelvic Girdle supports.
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