The Closed-Circuit Anaesthesia System

Abstract

The closed-circuit system is certainly the most modern anaesthesia system presently in use. We have already been using it for a period of 101/2years without any problems and in this time we have dealt with more than 50 000 patients.

Keywords

Catheter Hydrate Depression Respiration Microbe 

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  • R. Droh

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