As a specific type of sampling line used in capnography monitoring, the nasal cannula sampling line consists of a nasal cannula attached to a tubing system that connects to a capnography monitor or analyzer.
This type of sampling line is used when monitoring end-tidal carbon dioxide (EtCO2) levels in patients through the exhaled breath. The nasal cannula is placed in the patient's nostrils, allowing for the sampling of respiratory gases and providing real-time data on the patient's CO2 levels during anesthesia or ventilation procedures.
The nasal cannula method is used to deliver supplemental oxygen to a patient's respiratory system. It involves the use of small, flexible tubes inserted into the patient's nostrils, with the other end connected to an oxygen source. This method is commonly used in hospitals and home care settings.
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