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Browsing Repairing Medical Equipment by Subject "Anesthesia"

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  • Unknown author (WHO, 1994)
    The Oxford Bellows is a hand-operated bellows unit for inflating the lungs (Fig. 4.1). It consists of an inlet connection and valve, the bellows in the middle, an outlet valve with outlet connection, and tap. There is a ...
  • Malkin, Robert (2006)
    This article describes the clinical use of anesthesia machines as well as common problems and engineering details
  • Malkin, Robert (EWH, 2006)
    This article describes the clinical use of bottle gasses for anesthesia as well as common problems associated with their use.
  • Malkin, Robert (EWH, 2006)
    Many patients in an intensive care and the operating room require the mechanical ventilation of their lungs. All thoracic surgery patients, for example, require mechanical ventilation. Some patients simply need assistance ...
  • Pescod, David (2007)
    Modern anaesthesia is safe. In countries that have extensive anaesthetic resources, the risk of dying is one in 100,000 to 500,000. The risk of death has decreased to one-tenth of what it was thirty years ago. Safety has ...
  • Authors Name Cassandra Stanco for Engineering World Health (EWH) (EWH, 2015)
    This packet contains information about the operation and use, troubleshooting, repair, and maintenance of anesthesia machines as well as relevant images and schematics.
  • Cassandra Stanco for Engineering World Health (EWH) (EWH, 2015)
    This/packet/contains/information/about/the/operation,/maintenance,/and/repair/of/external/ ventilators/and/ventilators/for/anesthesia/systems.//
  • Unknown author (WHO, 1994)
    It is assumed that hospital laboratories, theatres, and other departments that use gas cylinders will be using cylinders owned by the vendor. The problems of refilling will therefore not be considered. Cylinders are ...
  • Unknown author (Ziken International, 2004)
    La anestesia es una condición intrínsecamente riesgosa: la depresión del sistema nervioso producida por los anestésicos puede acompañarse de alteraciones importantes de las funciones respiratoria y cardiovascular. ...
  • Unknown author (EWH, 2015)
    This is a Powerpoint explaining how to use and operate bottled gasses for anesthesia.
  • Unknown author (2015)
    This is a Powerpoint explaining how to use and ventilators for anesthesia.
  • Unknown author (WHO, 1994)
    Oxford miniature vaporizer (OMV) This is a small vaporizer (Fig. 4.7) which can be used to administer anaesthetics. It works in the same way as the larger vaporizers, but does not have a built-in temperature compensation ...
  • Unknown author (WHO, 1994)
    Continuous-flow anaesthetic machines (commonly known as Boyle's machines or simply gas machines) are in widespread use. They rely on a supply of compressed medical gas, either from cylinders attached directly to the machine ...
  • Unknown author (WHO, 1994)
    Anaesthetic machines and ventilators should be tested in the room or area where the equipment is situated, if at all possible. Service personnel must wear accepted operating-room clothing in the surgical areas. Contact the ...

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