An L-type sampling line is a type of tubing used in sidestream capnography monitoring. It has an "L" shape, with one end connected to the patient's airway and the other end connected to a capnography monitor or analyzer.
The L-type sampling line facilitates continuous monitoring of end-tidal CO2 (EtCO2) and enables healthcare professionals to assess ventilation effectiveness and respiratory status during anesthesia or ventilation procedures.
Gas sampling lines are flexible tubes used in medical devices and monitoring systems to collect samples of gases from patients. These tubes are typically connected to sensors or analyzers that measure the concentration of specific gases such as oxygen, carbon dioxide, or anesthetic gases.
Gas sampling lines are used in various applications, including capnography monitoring, anesthesia systems, and respiratory gas analysis, providing valuable information about a patient's respiratory status and gas exchange.
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