anesthetic vapor

an·es·thet·ic va·por

the gaseous phase of a liquid anesthetic with sufficient partial pressure at room temperature to produce general anesthesia when inhaled.

an·es·thet·ic va·por

(anes-thetik vāpŏr)
Gaseous phase of a liquid anesthetic with sufficient partial pressure at room temperature to produce general anesthesia when inhaled.
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The Vapor-Clean filters absorb the trace amounts of anesthetic vapor (isoflurane, sevoflurane and desflurane) so that anesthetic vapors do not reach the patient.