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.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

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.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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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. A 14 French Airlife oxygen catheter was then placed in the superior oropharynx, and nitrous oxide and oxygen concentrations were again sampled (% OP).
The hospital used a tracheotomy tube sold by Tyco Healthcare Japan, Inc., the former Mallinckrodt Japan, and an anesthetic circuit manufactured by Acoma Co.