A 13 French gauge femoral arterial catheter was sited into the left femoral artery and a 15 French gauge femoral venous catheter into the right femoral vein.
What does RFV stand for?
RFV stands for Right Femoral Vein
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We have 22 other meanings of RFV in our Acronym Attic
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- Rabbit Fibroma Virus
- Radial Force Variation
- Radio Free Vermont (Internet radio station)
- Radio Free Virgin (est. 1999)
- Radio Frequenza Virtuale (Italian: Virtual Radio Frequency; online radio)
- Reconnaissance de Formes et Vision (French: Vision and Pattern Recognition)
- Region Fortifiee de Verdun (French: Fortified Region of Verdun; World War I)
- Relative Feed Value (quality of hay)
- Request for Variance (various locations)
- Roaring Fork Valley (Colorado)
- Repetitive Forms of Ventricular Beats (cardiology)
- Radial Four Valve Chamber (Honda motorcycles)
- Radial Four-Valve Combustion Chamber (Honda Motor Company, Inc.)
- Reading-Free Vocational Interest Inventory
- Reading Film and Video Makers
- Regionale Federatie Van Ouderverenigingen (Dutch: Regional Federation of Parents)
- Recovery-Free Value Prediction (computer memory)
- Regional Field Vice President
- Roaring Fork Valley Vehicles (Aspen, CO)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Thoracic and abdominal helical CT scans were performed after 120 mL of nonionic contrast material (iodine concentration of 300 mg I/mL) was injected into the right femoral vein using a power injector at a rate of 2 mL/sec.
She had injected cocaine into the right femoral vein the day before admission.
The Frankfurt team used a selective bicaval cannulation method: The superior vena cava was cannulated percutaneously via the right jugular internal vein, and the inferior vena cava was cannulated via the right femoral vein.
A 200 mm long (12F) radio-opaque polyurethane triple lumen catheter (Gamcath) was introduced via the right femoral vein at the second attempt.