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Explain anaesthetic machine printouts

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There are two forms that are printouts from an anaesthetic machine from Westmead Hospital. I'd like to know what they're showing - and particularly what percentages of Sevoflurane, nitrious oxide and oxygen were used for the anaesthetic gas mix.
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Evelyn R.
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hello
i can do this task for you .
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Blake O.
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Hi,

I'm a legal professional with medical negligence experience and have advised on these issues before (hence why I think you are needing it).

Kind regards,
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Hi Chris,

I would be glad to help you. I have fairly extensive medical and pharmacological knowledge and experience. I have a solid understanding of anesthetics and I can answer all your questions.

Thanks
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I have a large amount of knowledge and experience in the area mentioned as well as a very strong technical and analytical base to work off
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I am a qualified Anaesthetic Practitioner, if the info is there I can read it 😀
During surgery the anaesthetic gas concentration in the patient's lungs is monitored by the anaesthetist This would also be recorded along with gas percentages. The amount of gas/type delivered to the patient to maintain MAC will depend on the procedure and whether patient is needed awake or to prevent patient movement during surgery and would vary with procedure and patient age/weight.
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Peter I'm not a doctor and don't know what that means.
Look for the minimum alveolar concentration (MAC) of sevoflurane in surgical procedure. Sevo/N2O/O2
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I don't know why it would do that.
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