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New & Used Halogenated Anesthetics Analyzer

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Device: Halogenated Anesthetics Analyzer
Manufacturer: Draeger
Model: Iris
Location: Germany, Bavaria
Rating: 93%
377
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Device: Halogenated Anesthetics Analyzer
Manufacturer: Draeger
Model: Iris
Location: Germany, Hamburg
431
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Device: Halogenated Anesthetics Analyzer
Manufacturer: Draeger
Model: Iris
Location: Germany, North Rhine-Westphalia
Rating: 93%
430
1993

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Device: Halogenated Anesthetics Analyzer
Manufacturer: Draeger
Model: Iris
Location: Germany, North Rhine-Westphalia
Rating: 93%
537
1996

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Device: Halogenated Anesthetics Analyzer
Manufacturer: Draeger
Model: Iris
Location: Germany, North Rhine-Westphalia
Rating: 93%
430
-

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Device: Halogenated Anesthetics Analyzer
Manufacturer: Draeger
Model: Iris
Location: Germany, North Rhine-Westphalia
Rating: 93%
537
-

Quick Look

 
Device: Halogenated Anesthetics Analyzer
Manufacturer: Draeger
Model: Iris
Location: Germany, North Rhine-Westphalia
Rating: 93%
430
-

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Device: Halogenated Anesthetics Analyzer
Manufacturer: Draeger
Model: Iris
Location: Germany, North Rhine-Westphalia
Rating: 93%
537
-

Halogenated Anesthetics Analyzer may also be referred to as :

Vaporizer Calibrator | Halogen Analyzer | Anesthetic Vaporizer Calibrator | Anesthetic Analyzer | Anesthetic Agent Analyzer | Anesthesia Analyzer
 

Tips for buying Halogenated Anesthetics Analyzer

  1. These units are spot-checking the accuracy of anesthesia vaporizers and WAG levels in the operating room, and continuously monitoring WAG levels.
  2. The type of the counted agent determines the range covered by the analyzer. Typical ranges are 0%-6% for halothane and 0%-20% for desflurane.
  3. Units checking vaporizers should directly measure at least one of the agents most commonly used in the facility.
  4. Some agent levels can be measured directly or calculated by multiplying the actual reading by a conversion factor.
  5. Units that are periodically checking WAG levels should measure levels of N2O and other common anesthetic agents.
  6. An automatic gas sampling should be available for analyzers used for continuous monitoring. These units must include an alarm set by the user indicating when a reasonable WAG level is exceeded.
  7. Units that are able to save readings can allow the review of WAG levels without the user's presence during a procedure.
  8. The measurements must be direct, and the readings in ppm.
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