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Inhalation anesthesia.

This type of anesthesia involves the intake of a narcotic substance through the respiratory tract. Currently, mask anesthesia is relatively rare. The main type of pain relief is endotracheal anesthesia. The implementation of inhalation anesthesia requires the use of anesthesia devices - devices for delivering precisely metered amounts of narcotic substances to the patient’s respiratory tract mixed with air (oxygen).





The components of the device:

- cylinders (blue - oxygen, gray - nitrous oxide, orange - cyclopropane)

- reducers (lower pressure)

- dosimeters (for gaseous)

- vaporizers (for liquid narcotic substances). Our domestic - "Anesthesist" for ether, chloroform, fluorotan, pentran

- adsorber with an absorber (granules of soda lime)

- valves regulating the direction of movement of the gas mixture

- a breathing bag for manual supply of the gas mixture (1.5, 3.0 and 5 l)

- breathing hoses



Anesthesia devices work depending on the design in mode c:

- open loop - (mask). Air - from the atmosphere and exhale also into the atmosphere

- half-open - oxygen is inhaled from the apparatus, but exhaled into the atmosphere (there is no resistance to exhalation, but everyone breathes)

These are non-reversible modes.

- half-closed - inhalation from the apparatus (exact dosage), but exhale partially into the atmosphere

- closed circuit - completely isolated from the environment.

Reverse circuits requiring inclusion of an adsorber in the circuit (soda lime to absorb carbon dioxide.
Enough for 7 hours). Reverse - valve.

Currently, mainly domestic MK devices are used in various modifications. All of them have 4 structural units:

- respiratory system

- evaporator

- dosimeter

- storage tank



Instruments:

- masks

- air ducts

- laryngoscopes with straight (150 and 175mm) and curved (150 and 170mm) blades (there are children's 105-130mm straight and 110-135mm curved)

- anesthetic sprayers

- endotracheal tubes (Magill and Macintosh) with a cut of 45 degrees to the left and inflatable cuffs (from 00 to No. 12, one and two lumen)

connecting elements (tees, adapters, connectors. tooth spacers, etc.)
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Inhalation anesthesia.

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  7. Pig anesthesia
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  8. Horse anesthesia
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  9. Anesthesia of small ruminants
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  10. Induction anesthesia
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  11. Cattle Anesthesia
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