Optimize clinical treatment during anesthesia
Prevent hypoxic mixtures
Data show that common hypoxic guard systems may fail to maintain the inspired O2 concentration (FIO2) during anesthesia.
Atelectasis affects over 90% of patients undergoing surgery. Lung recruitment can greatly mitigate atelectasis, helping to prevent postoperative complications.
Deliver safe low-flow anesthesia
The greatest advantages using low flow anesthesia is a greener and more cost-effective OR. Learn more on how to apply low flow in a safe and controlled manner.
Decrease perioperative complications
There are a number of practices and tools available to help you deliver lung protective ventilation, leading to reduced complications and healthcare costs.
Invitation to interactive low and minimal-flow anesthesia course
On a regular basis we run 1.5 day courses for anesthesiologists around the world. The purpose is to show that, with the right knowledge and equipment, low and minimal-flow anesthesia is safe and easy to use, saving time and anesthetic agents. The course content includes theoretical presentations, hands-on animal workshops and demo during live surgery.