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Use of puncture force measurement to investigate the conditions of blood vessel needle insertion

Title
Use of puncture force measurement to investigate the conditions of blood vessel needle insertion
Authors
Kobayashi, Y.[Kobayashi, Yo]Hamano, R.[Hamano, Ryutaro]Watanabe, H.[Watanabe, Hiroki]Hong, J.[Hong, Jae Sung]Toyoda, K.[Toyoda, Kazutaka]Hashizume, M.[Hashizume, Makoto]Fujie, M.G.[Fujie, Masakatsu G.]
DGIST Authors
Hong, J.[Hong, Jae Sung]
Issue Date
2013
Citation
Medical Engineering and Physics, 35(5), 684-689
Type
Article
Article Type
Article
Keywords
Animal TissueAnimalsBlood Vessel CatheterizationBlood Vessel ParametersBlood VesselsCentral Venous CatheterizationDiagnosisEvaluation IndexHardware DesignInsertion AngleInsertion AnglesInsertion VelocityJugular VeinMechanical ProcessesNeedleNeedle InsertionNeedlesNon-HumanPriority JournalPuncturesQuantitative ConditionsReaction ForcesRoboticsSurgical RobotSurgical RobotsSwineUltrasonicsUltrasoundVascular Surgical ProceduresVein Puncture
ISSN
1350-4533
Abstract
Central venous catheterization involves venous puncture and catheter insertion for transfusions. Quantitative conditions that facilitate insertion of the needle, such as the angle and velocity of insertion, have not been clarified. We previously developed a robotic system for guiding the needle along a specified puncture path with high precision and are currently implementing a hardware design for a robotic system to assist in blood vessel puncture. In this study, we proposed the insertion angle and velocity for stopping the needle in a blood vessel, assuming that a robotic system such as ours is used during the procedure. We inserted a needle into a segment of porcine jugular vein and obtained the puncture reaction force. Evaluation indices were the magnitude of the sudden decrease in reaction force at the point at which the needle advances and the length of time that the needle is present within the vein. Results indicated that the conditions under which it was easiest to stop the needle inside the vein were an insertion angle range of 10-20 and an insertion velocity of 3 mm/s. © 2012 IPEM.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11750/2444
DOI
10.1016/j.medengphy.2012.12.003
Publisher
Elsevier B.V.
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Collection:
Robotics EngineeringETC1. Journal Articles


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