anesthetic circuit

an·es·thet·ic cir·cuit

equipment used during inhalation anesthesia to regulate concentrations of inhaled gases; includes a reservoir bag and usually directional valves, breathing tubes, and a carbon dioxide absorber.

an·es·thet·ic cir·cuit

(anes-thetik sĭrkŭt)
Equipment used during inhalation anesthesia to regulate concentrations of inhaled gases; includes a reservoir bag and usually directional valves, breathing tubes, and a carbon dioxide absorber.
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In addition, CAEC has a Rapi-Fit Adapter which can be connected to the anesthetic circuit, thereby allowing ventilation through the CAEC despite severe resistance.
Inspiratory concentrations (% Insp) of both nitrous oxide and oxygen were recorded by a gas-sampling line attached to a standard anesthetic circuit.
the former Mallinckrodt Japan, and an anesthetic circuit manufactured by Acoma Co.
In the operating theatre, the ventilators are designed to deliver varying concentrations of oxygen, air, nitrous oxide and volatile agents to patients through an anesthetic circuit.