Products/Services for Anesthesia Gas Monitor

More >>

Product News for Anesthesia Gas Monitor

More >>

Conduct Research

...to use in an isolated environment, such as a test laboratory. He has also observed many simulator test participants experience difficulty locating a wrench used for adjusting the valves on gas bottles mounted to a particular anesthesia workstation, even though it is placed in a seemingly accessible...

...executives say they foresee the new pneumatic valve being employed in mass flow controllers, gas chromatographs, and anesthesia machines, in addition to respirators and ventilators. The valve's long life could make it particularly desirable in such applications where human lives could depend on its ability...

...of flexible tubing products. Examples include taking/giving sets (for transfusion, infusion, dialysis); catheters (intravenous, cardiovascular); endotracheal tubes (for intubation or anesthesia); tracheostomy tubes; and cystoscopy instruments. Although the use of plastics in medical applications...

Pressure sensors and transducers are critical components in many medical applications. They monitor the pressure of gas or fluids and provide feedback to ensure that everything is normal, or provide alerts to indicate otherwise. Owing to the components ' important role in a finished product...

...such as fetal monitors or asthma medication delivery systems, the emphasis is on simplicity and comfort design elements chosen to alleviate patient fears and increase the probability of compliance with prescribed treatment regimens. Equally important is the focus on the health-care provider, who...

Following are some examples. In a breathing circuit diagram, the lungs can be colored pink, making them more recognizable as a body part as well as indicating proper oxygenation. Bar graphs associated with anesthesia gas flows can be colored to match standards for the labeling of compressed gases (e.g....

, Skokie, IL 60076-0183. Miniature pump Manufactured with a snap-and-clasp press-on head, a miniature diaphragm pump is suitable for use in gas analyzer, air monitoring systems, blood pressure monitoring devices, nebulizers, and anesthesia equipment. The measurements of the 3013 pump are 41.5 x 22.5...

They are often used to monitor the presence of particular chemicals in the body for diagnostic or therapeutic applications. This category includes gas and electrochemical devices. Photometric sensors, which are optical sensors used to measure chemical presence, are also included in this category...

...amplifiers in Cambridge, MA. Microwaves don't penetrate very deeply, he says, but they can propagate through almost any tissue type. Ultrasound can penetrate quite deep into the body but can't pass through bone or gas; it can also focus on small points, whereas microwaves cannot be focused. RF waves...

On an anesthesia machine, squeezing the bag in order to inflate the lungs is a natural mapping. Turning the oxygen flow control knob counterclockwise to increase gas flow is an artificial mapping. Because this design follows the conventional function of valves, however, users do not typically have difficulty...

More Information on: Anesthesia Gas Monitor

Lock Indicates content that may require registration and/or purchase. Powered by IHS Goldfire