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Gentle steps against atelectasis

Our lung recruitment maneuvers have become the tool of choice to counter atelectasis, to improve oxygenation and help prevent postoperative complications. What once was considered complex and time consuming is now seamlessly integrated into your workflow. [1] [2] [3]

Available for our anesthesia machines Flow-i and Flow-e.

More unique innovations for our anesthesia machines

With our flow anesthesia technology you can easily ensure the perfect flow for each patient, finetuning anaesthesia delivery in real time, breath by breath.

AGC Anesthesia Flow

Automatic Gas Control

O2Guard Anesthesia Flow

O₂Guard

MAC Brain Anesthesia Flow

MAC Brain

Ventilation Anesthesia Flow

Ventilation performance

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  1. 1. Hartland BL, Newell TJ, Damico N. Alveolar recruitment maneuvers under general anesthesia: a systematic review of the literature. Respir Care. 2015;60:609-20.

  2. 2. García-Fernández J, Romero A, Blanco A, et al. Recruitment manoeuvres in anaesthesia: How many more excuses are there not to use them? Rev Esp Anestesiol Reanim.2018 Apr;65(4):209-217

  3. 3. Yassen et al. Respiratory and Hemodynamic Effects of Prophylactic Alveolar Recruitment During Liver Transplant. Experimental and Clinical Transplantation (2021) DOı: 10.6002/ect.2020.0412

  4. 4. Hedenstierna G, Edmark L. Mechanisms of atelectatsis in the perioperative period. Best Practice & Research Clinical Anaesthesiology 24 (2010) 157-169