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By G. Edward Morgan, Maged S. Mikhail, Michael J. Murray

Medical Anesthesiology integrates succinct assurance of uncomplicated ideas and medical issues within the anesthetic administration of sufferers. It good points up to date dialogue of all suitable parts inside of anesthesiology, together with gear, pharmacology, neighborhood anesthesia, pathophysiology, soreness administration, anesthetic administration, and important care. broad use of case discussions, figures, and tables in each one bankruptcy promotes program of the ideas to perform.

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Lange Anesthesiology > Section I: Anesthetic Equipment & Monitors > Chapter 3. Breathing Systems > Mapleson Circuits The insufflation and draw-over systems have several disadvantages: poor control of inspired gas concentration and depth anesthesia, inability to assist or control ventilation, no conservation of exhaled heat or humidity, difficult airway management d and neck surgery, and pollution of the operating room with large volumes of waste gas. The Mapleson systems solve some of t problems by incorporating additional components (breathing tubes, fresh gas inlets, adjustable pressure-limiting [APL] valves, reservoir bags) into the breathing circuit.

Figure 2–1. 31 32 A bank of oxygen H-cylinders connected by a manifold. A liquid oxygen storage system (Figure 2–2) is more economical for large hospitals. Liquid oxygen must be stored well be critical temperature of –119°C because gases can be liquefied by pressure only if stored below their critical temperature. A larg may have a smaller liquid oxygen supply or a bank of compressed gas cylinders that can provide one day's oxygen requirement reserve. To guard against a hospital gas-system failure, the anesthesiologist must always have an emergency (E-cylinder) suppl available in the operating room.

Carbon Dioxide Absorbers The granules of absorbent are contained within one or two canisters that fit snugly between a head and base plate is called an absorber (Figure 3–8). Although bulky, double canisters permit more complete CO2 absorption, less freque changes, and lower gas flow resistance. To ensure complete absorption, a patient's tidal volume should not exceed the a absorbent granules, which is roughly equal to 50% of the absorber's capacity. Indicator dye color is monitored through transparent walls.

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