Low Flow Anaesthesia: The Theory and Practice of Low Flow, Minimal Flow and Closed System Anaesthesia, 4e
- Publish Date: 2001-02-08
- Binding: Paperback
- Author: Jan A. Baum Prof Dr med;Kenneth Nunn BA(Hons) MBBS FRCA
Low flow anaesthesia is a technique of anaesthetic management which uses reduced fresh gas flow administered and controlled via a rebreathing system. The first edition of Low Flow Anaesthesia set out to reassure and educate anaesthetists in the theory and practicalities of low flow, minimal flow and closed system anaesthesia.
* techniques of low and minimal flow anaesthesia with sevoflurane and desflurane
covers low and minimal flow anaesthesia without nitrous oxide, closed system anaesthesia in routine clinical practice, new aspects of carbon dioxide absorption, and a review of current and future perspectives with references to further reading * covers new European regulations
* includes new classifications of breathing systems and anaesthetic ventilators