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Archive >  October, 2011 XII, No. 10

How Do Anesthesia Machines Work?

A look under the hood of these OR mainstays.

Mike Dosch, PhD, MS, CRNA

Anesthesia machines keep patients asleep and breathing during procedures. That much you know. But do you know how they perform anesthesia's essential tasks? Let's explore the inner workings of surgery's often-overlooked workhorses.

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