Anesthetic devices or anesthesia respiratory devices comprise a dosing unit, a respiratory device and the monitoring for both the device and patient. Inhalation anesthesia administers a mixture of air, oxygen, nitrous oxide and anesthetic (e.g. isoflurane, sevoflurane or desflurane) to the patient. The volatile anesthetics are added to the respiratory air in precisely defined concentrations via a vaporizer in the anesthetic device. Pressure and flow sensors monitor the line pressures in the anesthetic device along with the inspiratory and expiratory volume flows and ensure that the patient is administered the gas mixtures selected by the anesthetist in the right concentration and with the set pressure and volume.
First Sensor provides thermal mass flow sensors or differential pressure sensors as described under Respiratory devices to measure inspiratory and expiratory pressure and volume in the respiratory unit of the anesthetic device. For use with anesthetic gases, we have developed special versions of our piezoresistive silicon pressure sensors (for example the HCLA and HCE series) that exhibit a high resistance to anesthetics such as isoflurane, sevoflurane or desflurane.
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