A Practical Approach to Anesthesia Equipment
This paperback, full-color book is ideally suited for anesthesiologists, residents, and nurse anesthetists who need a concise, practical, easily accessible reference on anesthesia equipment. Written by the authors of the definitive text Understanding Anesthesia Equipment, A Practical Approach to Anesthesia Equipment covers the most commonly used machines and devices and addresses common problems and pitfalls that affect clinical situations. The book is written in outline format and thoroughly illustrated with full-color photographs and line drawings.
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Airway Volumes Flows and Pressures 19 Pulse Oximetry 20 Neuromuscular Transmission Monitoring
Noninvasive Blood Pressure Monitors
EQUIPMENT RELATEDTO ENVIRONMENTAL SITUATIONS 24 Temperature Monitoring and Control
Operating RoomFires and Personnel Injuries Related
Supraglottic Airway Devices
Tracheal Tubesand Associated Equipment
DoubleLumenTracheobronchial Tubes Bronchial
Tubes and Bronchial Blocking Devices
Equipment Checkout and Maintenance
CleaningDisinfection and Sterilization
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