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Measurements of Volatile Gases

  • G. Rolly
  • L. Versichelen

Abstract

When using potent inhalation anaesthetics such as halothane, enflurane or isoflurane, it is important to have a precise control of the exact anaesthetic concentration inhaled by the patient. The first imperative is, of course, to use a modern and carefully calibrated vaporizer. The Cyprane vaporizers and the Dräger vaporizers are the most frequently used in Western Europe. However, after a certain time deviations and even major deviations from the dial setting are possible and regular maintenance and calibration are mandatory.

Keywords

Nitrous Oxide Inhalation Anaesthetic Inspire Concentration Dial Setting Lowe Formula 
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Reference

  1. Roily G, Versichelen L (1982) Anaesthetic uptake in the open system. Bunge, Brussels, p 59Google Scholar

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© Springer-Verlag Berlin, Heidelberg 1985

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  • G. Rolly
  • L. Versichelen

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