A rodent anesthesia breathing circuit is a system that delivers anesthetic gases to a small rodent during surgical procedures.
The anesthetic gas is delivered to the animal through the circuit tubing, allowing the animal to breathe in the anesthetic and maintain unconsciousness throughout the procedure. The rebreathing bag captures exhaled gases and recycles them back into the circuit, helping to conserve the anesthetic gas. The reservoir bag acts as a backup supply of oxygen, while the gas scavenging system captures and removes waste anesthetic gases from the environment.
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.
Rodent anesthesia systems typically use a two-channel flowmeter to monitor and control the flow of gases, such as oxygen and anesthesia, to the rodent. The two channels allow for separate measurement and control of the flow of each gas, ensuring proper and safe delivery of the gases during the surgical procedure.
An oxygen supply designed for veterinary clinical applications. Using the principle of molecular sieve pressure swing adsorption, using air as raw material, physical separation of high-purity oxygen meets the various clinical needs of veterinarians and is widely used in veterinary clinical operations, postoperative, ICU, and first aid oxygen supply.
The Veterinary oxygen concentrator is a device that is used to provide supplemental oxygen to animals. The concentrator works by separating oxygen from the air, increasing the concentration of oxygen, and delivering it to the animal through a mask or other delivery device. Oxygen concentrators can provide a continuous supply of oxygen, making them a convenient and efficient way to support animals with breathing difficulties or other medical conditions that require supplemental oxygen. In a veterinary setting, oxygen concentrators are used to help animals recover from surgery or other medical procedures, or to treat conditions such as respiratory distress or heart disease.