How do you install an anesthesia machine

24/03/2023 Hospitals, Clinics

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Before the start of any general anesthesia or sedation-only process, it is essential to guarantee that all equipment and monitors are turned on, are working, and have undergone suitable safety checks. All essential equipment, including the anesthesia machine built by Anesthesia Machine Manufacturers, breathing circuit, endotracheal tube (ETT), intubation apparatuses (e.g., laryngoscope), and anesthetic monitors, must be prepared. Anesthetic equipment is measured as “life-critical” because the comfort of patients can be unfavorably affected if the equipment is not working optimally or is used erroneously.

Anesthesia machines, combined with breathing circuits (non rebreathing circuit [NRC] or rebreathing circuit [RC]), are intended to distribute oxygen (O2) and inhalant anesthetic to the patient and to stop rebreathing of carbon dioxide (CO2) by the patient. The machine and the breathing circuit become a portion of the patient’s breathing scheme and can support if working properly, or damage, if working erroneously respiratory function.

Two vital security features to have on every anesthetic machine bought from Anesthesia Machine Manufacturers are

(1) An in-circuit manometer and
(2) Security pop-off valve.

A manometer permits the safe delivery of manual and mechanical sniffs, allows leak checking of the seal of the ETT cuff inside the trachea, and permits a visual indication of a rise in airway pressure. Security pop-off valves stop disproportionately high airway pressure and possible barotrauma. These can be connected to most anesthesia machines for use with both kinds of breathing circuits.

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