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Das total geschlossene System

  • A. M. Zbinden
  • D. A. Thomson
  • F. J. Frei
  • D. Westenskow
Conference paper
Part of the Anaesthesiologie und Intensivmedizin / Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine book series (A+I, volume 188)

Zusammenfassung

Die vorangegangenen Beiträge erläutern die Grundlagen der Anästhesietechnik im geschlossenen System (Grote), die Anwendung der Low-flow- und Minimalflowtechnik (Spiess) und die technischen Probleme bei der Anwendung des ganz geschlossenen System (Schaer). Die Vorteile der Low-flow- und Minimalflowtechnik bestehen in einer Kostenersparnis, verminderten Luftverschmutzung im OP-Saal und in einer besseren Befeuchtung und Anwärmung der Inspirationsluft des Patienten.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. M. Zbinden
  • D. A. Thomson
  • F. J. Frei
  • D. Westenskow

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