Anesthesia Machine Description
Those who need to rent or lease an an anesthesia machine need to make sure that they choose one that fits their needs, and the size requirements, for the application. In some cases, you may wish to rent or lease additional pieces of equipment that can integrate into the machine, such as automated record keeping, although this may not always be necessary. Talk with your KWIPPED supplier to make sure that you are getting the correct anesthesia machine for your needs. They will make sure your machine of choice will meet all of the safety requirements. Read our KWIPPED Tip article on how to rent or lease an anesthesia machine by clicking here
Features of anesthesia machines
A number of different types of anesthesia machines are available for rent. Most of them will include ventilators, as well as the ability to monitor a patient’s vital signs. This is very helpful for the anesthetist, as it can improve his or her ability to monitor the patient and to make sure nothing is going wrong during the procedure. Some of the other common features include oxygen failure alarms, hypoxic mixture alarms, ventilator alarms, and vitals alarms, and a Pin Index Safety System, which ensures that the correct cylinders are attached to the correct yoke. The layouts are simple to read and understand.
How anesthesia machines work
These complex machines make it easy to mix the right amount of medical gases and anesthetic vapors to provide patients with a constant flow of anesthesia to keep them under while they are undergoing a procedure. They help to improve the safety, and reliability of delivering anesthesia. Proper application of anesthesia to the patient is essential to helping reduce the possibility of side effects. This is easily the most important piece of equipment that an anesthesiologist will use.
About anesthesia machines
An anesthesia machine, sometimes called a Boyle’s Machine, help anesthesiologists to provide anesthesia for patients. The most popular type of machine, one that offers a continuous flow of anesthesia for the patient, is in hospitals all around the globe. The reason for renting these pieces of equipment can vary. Some facilities may lack the funding to buy a machine, and others may only use them infrequently, which will mean buying is not a cost effective option. Others may be relocating and may not have their new equipment in the office yet.
Anesthesia Machine Applications
- Administer various types of anesthesia
- Monitor certain vital signs (only certain types of vitals)
- Patient ventilator
Anesthesia Machine Manufacturers
- General Electric