Anesthesia Circuit can be best described as the lifeline between the patient and anesthesia workstation. It consists of various combinations of interfaces, enabling the delivery of anesthetic gases to the patients to be in a consistent and highly regulated manner. Hence, we provide a wide range of devices to equip you with tools to deliver the best outcome to you.

Closed Anesthesia Breathing System

Closed Anesthesia Breathing Systems generally consist of the following parts: a fresh gas supply and inspiratory limb, a patient interface, an expiratory conduit, a breathing bag, an adjustable pressure limiting (APL) valve and a CO₂ filter. A closed system interface enables the complete re-breathing of exhaled air at a lower gas flow rate.

Semi-Open Anesthesia Breathing System

Semi-Open Anesthesia Breathing Systems generally consist of the parts show n in the illustration above. Our semi-open systems are convenient, lightweight and easily scavenged. It has minimal dead space, low airflow resistance and reduces the work of breathing.

Anesthesia Mask

The face mask allows gas administration to the patient from the breathing system without introducing any apparatus into the patient’s mouth. The ability to hold the mask and to administer positive pressure ventilation through the mask is a basic skill that all anesthesia providers must master. Due to variations in face size and shape, anesthesia face masks of different sizes can provide an excellent seal and comfort when connected to an anesthesia circuit.