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Figure 4: Cannulation of carotid artery. (a) right side of the carotid artery is separated from vagus nerve; (b and c) cephalic end of the blood vessel is tied to avoid the bifurcation of blood pressure; (d) cardiac end of the blood vessel is clamped with a bulldog clamp for cannulation; (e) small platform is placed in the canulation site; (f-i) carotid artery is cannulated and tied; (j, k) The support platform and bulldog clamp are removed and ensure there is no leakage in the cannulation site; and (l) the carotid cannula is connected to pressure transducer through disposable clip-on BP domes

Figure 4: Cannulation of carotid artery. (a) right side of the carotid artery is separated from vagus nerve; (b and c) cephalic end of the blood vessel is tied to avoid the bifurcation of blood pressure; (d) cardiac end of the blood vessel is clamped with a bulldog clamp for cannulation; (e) small platform is placed in the canulation site; (f-i) carotid artery is cannulated and tied; (j, k) The support platform and bulldog clamp are removed and ensure there is no leakage in the cannulation site; and (l) the carotid cannula is connected to pressure transducer through disposable clip-on BP domes