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Evaluation of a scavenging system for use with inhalation anesthesia techniques in rats


, : Evaluation of a scavenging system for use with inhalation anesthesia techniques in rats. Laboratory Animals (London) 14(3): 207-212

A minimum fresh gas flow of 1 l/min per mask and an inspired concentration of 2-3% halothane was required to induce anesthesia in rats in 1-2 min. Anesthesia was maintained with an inspired concentration of 1.5-2% halothane. Arterial CO2 concentration increased during anesthesia and was not reduced by increasing the flow of fresh gas. Using the apparatus, halothane vapor concentration in the operator's breathing zone was 5 ppm. Prior to its introduction, levels of 250 ppm were recorded in a poorly-ventilated animal room.

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