Endotracheal tubes (ETT) are used in anesthesia to maintain an open airway during surgery. They are inserted into the trachea through the mouth or nose and secure in place with a cuff that seals the trachea and prevents air from leaking. ETTs are connected to an anesthesia machine and a breathing circuit for mechanical ventilation. ETTs also protect the airway from aspirating stomach contents and secretions. Comes in a pack of 100 units.
1 set of 10 = $28
1 pack of 10 sets = $25/each
These masks provide a convenient way of artificial ventilation or administration of anesthetic gases to Feline or Canine patients and feature a high-quality plastic cone for […]
The Anesthesia gas filter canister is a device used in medical anesthesia systems to filter and purify inhaled anesthetic gases. The canister contains a filter element that removes impurities, such as moisture and particulate matter, from the anesthetic gas mixture before it reaches the rodent. This helps to ensure that the animal is breathing clean and pure anesthetic gases, reducing the risk of breathing problems or other adverse effects during a medical procedure.
The filter canister is typically replaced periodically, depending on the type of filter and the amount of usage, to maintain its effectiveness.