Allows for patent airway, ventilation, and delivery of gas anesthetics
Allows for visualization of the epiglottis
Receives gases from the pressure regulator and distributes constant gas to a patient
Controls amount of vapor of the inhalation anesthetic
Circuit in which no anesthetic gases are reused and the gas can be controlled with precision.
Circuit in which gas is reused and cannot be controlled as accurately.
Holds the gas for a patient without creating negative pressure; however it can also cause atelectasis or barotrauma
Monitors circuit pressure; should never go above 20 cm of water
Prevents excessive pressure in the rebreathing circuit, but can cause pressure.
Carbon dioxide absorbent
Part of the rebreathing circuit that takes up excess carbon dioxide
The portion of the rebreathing circuit that attaches to the endotracheal tube
Universal F-circuit rebreathing tube
A kind of rebreathing tube that has one tube inside the other.
A device that allows us to breathe for the animal.
The connectors of the breathing tubes to the anesthesia machine
Measures percent of hemoglobin saturated with oxygen
Measures end tidal carbon dioxide
Measures heart and respiratory rate and sounds
Measures electric activity of the heart (rate and rhythm)
Measures systolic and diastolic pressure
What is the most important thing to remember?
Vet Techs are better than machines!
In which oxygen flow is greater than patient uptake
In which oxygen flow is equal to patient uptake
Delivery of anesthetic gases via face mask or induction chamber
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