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A new critical incident monitor for use with the paediatric T-piece. In vitro evaluation and clinical experience with the Magtrak Infanta Electronic Respirometer



A new critical incident monitor for use with the paediatric T-piece. In vitro evaluation and clinical experience with the Magtrak Infanta Electronic Respirometer



Anaesthesia 51(9): 839-842



In vitro studies and clinical evaluation suggest that the Magtrak Infanta Electronic respirometer provides a useful additional critical incident monitor for use with the paediatric T-piece. During ventilation with the Nuffield 200 ventilator and Newton valve it provides early warning of leaks or disconnections in the breathing system, airway obstruction and reduction in fresh gas flow. Some of these events may not be detected by conventional monitors.

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Accession: 045079747

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PMID: 8882246

DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2044.1996.tb12613.x


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