injetor

English translation: (Aesthetic/Expert) Injector

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Portuguese term or phrase:injetor
English translation:(Aesthetic/Expert) Injector
Entered by: Francesca Matteoda

14:01 Nov 14, 2018
Portuguese to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical (general) / Cosmetic surgery procedure risks
Portuguese term or phrase: injetor
I am not sure whether injetor is a technical term here, or whether it refers to the physician applying the injection.

Caso a ponta da agulha ou da cânula perfure a artéria e a pressão seja aplicada no êmbolo, o preenchedor pode reverter o fluxo na artéria, de modo que chegue até a origem da artéria central da retina. Nesse ponto, o **injetor** cessa a pressão no êmbolo e a pressão arterial carreia o produto em direção à circulação retiniana.

This is under the section of risks of cosmetic surgery procedure, specifically under retinal artery occlusion. Readership: physicians
Francesca Matteoda
Spain
Local time: 04:56
(Aesthetic/Expert) Injector
Explanation:
https://www.changesplasticsurgery.com/cannulas-versus-needle...

However, new blunt tipped needles, called micro-cannulas, are gaining popularity with **aesthetic injectors**. The decision to use a micro-cannula over a needle is primarily the choice of the **injector**, but the advantages of using a blunt tipped cannula make them the preferred option for some.

So if you have to use a needle anyway, why do some **injectors** favor a micro-cannula?

When using a needle, the **injector** has to insert and remove the needle multiple times to deliver the product to any given area. Micro-cannulas are also longer than needles and can reach more areas with fewer entry points into the skin.

https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/aesthetic-injector-at-nyc...

https://www.veincentertampa.com/about/jessica-suber-pa/

https://www.caloaesthetics.com/news/expert-injector/
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Gilmar Fernandes
United States
Local time: 22:56
Grading comment
Brilliant, thank you. I was not aware of the term injector used as a job title.
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(Aesthetic/Expert) Injector


Explanation:
https://www.changesplasticsurgery.com/cannulas-versus-needle...

However, new blunt tipped needles, called micro-cannulas, are gaining popularity with **aesthetic injectors**. The decision to use a micro-cannula over a needle is primarily the choice of the **injector**, but the advantages of using a blunt tipped cannula make them the preferred option for some.

So if you have to use a needle anyway, why do some **injectors** favor a micro-cannula?

When using a needle, the **injector** has to insert and remove the needle multiple times to deliver the product to any given area. Micro-cannulas are also longer than needles and can reach more areas with fewer entry points into the skin.

https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/aesthetic-injector-at-nyc...

https://www.veincentertampa.com/about/jessica-suber-pa/

https://www.caloaesthetics.com/news/expert-injector/

Gilmar Fernandes
United States
Local time: 22:56
Native speaker of: Native in PortuguesePortuguese, Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in category: 123
Grading comment
Brilliant, thank you. I was not aware of the term injector used as a job title.

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agree  liz askew
1 hr
  -> Thanks Liz :)

agree  Margarida Ataide
16 hrs
  -> Obrigado, Margarida :)

agree  Clauwolf
20 hrs
  -> Obrigado, Claus :)
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