intracarotid infusion

(IN-truh-kuh-RAH-tid in-FYOO-zhun)

The introduction of fluids and drugs directly into the carotid artery, the main artery in the neck that carries blood from the heart to the brain.

Pronunciation of dictionary term "intracarotid infusion"

Pronunciation of dictionary term "infusión intracarotídea"

Introducción de líquidos y medicamentos directamente en la arteria carótida, la arteria principal del cuello que lleva la sangre del corazón al cerebro.