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What Bioengineers Should Know About Flow Measurement for Anesthesia Delivery/Pain Management

By John Haberstock 31 Mar 2020

Transonic technology can verify anesthesia delivery and pain management. Anesthesia delivery systems integrate several devices into a combined freestanding unit, used to induce and maintain anesthesia in a patient undergoing surgery. 

The most common type of anesthesia machine used in the developed world is the Transonic_LPthumb_7-Anesthesia-DeliveryPain-Managementcontinuous-flow or “Boyle’s machine,” designed to provide an accurate supply of medical gases mixed with an accurate concentration of anesthetic vapor and to deliver this continuously to the patient at a safe pressure and flow. 

Transonic technology can provide more accurate dosing, which reduces adverse events, improves clinical outcomes and helps reduce microbubbles that could lead to embolisms.

Learn more in this guide.

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