DISPOSABLE BREATHING CIRCUITS EXTENDABLE,ADULTS/CHILD
Disposable breathing circuits are used in various medical settings, primarily in anesthesia and mechanical ventilation, to deliver a mixture of gases (including oxygen and anesthetic agents) from the breathing machine to the patient’s airways and to remove exhaled gases. These circuits are available in different sizes to accommodate both adults and children. Here are some common uses and applications for disposable breathing circuits for both adult and pediatric patients:
- Induction and maintenance of anesthesia in both adult and pediatric patients during surgery.
- Administering a precise concentration of anesthetic gases to ensure patient comfort and safety.
- Controlling the delivery of oxygen and other gases to maintain appropriate oxygenation during surgery.
- Mechanical Ventilation:
- Providing respiratory support for patients who are unable to breathe adequately on their own.
- Ventilating adult and pediatric patients in intensive care units (ICUs) or during transport.
- Supporting patients with respiratory conditions, such as acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
- Infection Control:
- Reducing the risk of cross-contamination between patients by using disposable breathing circuits.
- Minimizing the need for sterilization or cleaning of reusable circuits.
- Emergency Medicine:
- Rapid deployment for airway management in emergency situations for both adult and pediatric patients.
- Transport and Ambulance Services:
- Facilitating the safe transfer of critically ill patients during transport between healthcare facilities.
- Neonatal and Pediatric Care:
- Providing breathing support for premature infants and neonates in neonatal intensive care units (NICUs).
- Delivering precise oxygen concentrations for pediatric patients with respiratory conditions or during surgery.
- Home Mechanical Ventilation:
- Enabling pediatric patients with chronic respiratory conditions to receive ventilation support at home.
- Research and Clinical Trials:
- Used in medical research and clinical trials that involve respiratory interventions and measurements.