Internal sidestream EtCO2 sensors are used to monitor carbon dioxide (CO2) levels in a patient's breath during anesthesia or ventilation. They are inserted into the airway and provide continuous measurements of CO2 levels, allowing healthcare professionals to assess ventilation effectiveness and respiratory status.
The internal sidestream EtCO2 sensors are used to measure the carbon dioxide (CO2) levels in a patient's breath during anesthesia or ventilation procedures. They are typically inserted into the patient's airway, either through an endotracheal tube or a specialized sampling tube. These sensors monitor the effectiveness of ventilation and the patient's respiratory status by continuously measuring the concentration of CO2 in the exhaled breath. This information helps healthcare professionals assess the patient's ventilation and ensure that the correct amount of CO2 is being expelled from the body, indicating proper lung function and gas exchange.
Small and compact design.
Capable of measuring end-tidal carbon dioxide (ETCO2) levels directly from the patient's airway.
Designed for use in intubated patients.
Provides real-time monitoring of ETCO2 levels during ventilation.
Offers fast response time and accurate measurements.
Can be easily integrated with respiratory devices and monitors.
Operating rooms during anesthesia administration.
Intensive care units (ICUs) for mechanically ventilated patients.
Emergency departments for patients with respiratory distress or under conscious sedation.
Respiratory therapy units for monitoring patients during ventilation.
Sleep medicine clinics for monitoring patients with sleep-disordered breathing.
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