Macintosh Fix Tube HBT Fiber Optic Cold Light Anesthesia tools


303/304 Surgical Stainless Steel Smooth Edges, Rounded tip & high quality surface finish. Three spring ball bearings gives secure fit and firm
support supplied with LED or Halogen bulb. Satin Finish.

Package Includes:
Handle x 1
Blade Fig. 0 (Working Length 60mm) x 1
Blade Fig. 1 (Working Length 68mm) x 1
Blade Fig. 2 (Working Length 92mm) x 1
Blade Fig. 3 (Working Length 113mm) x 1
Blade Fig. 4 (Working Length 135mm) x 1
Blade Fig. 5 (Working Length 155mm) x 1
Packing Box




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Anesthesia tools are a collection of specialized instruments and equipment used by anesthesiologists and other healthcare professionals involved in administering anesthesia during medical procedures. These tools help ensure the safe and effective delivery of anesthesia and the monitoring of patients’ vital signs.

Here are some common anesthesia tools:

  1. Anesthesia Machine: A complex system that delivers a precise mixture of gases and anesthetic agents to the patient. It typically includes components such as a gas supply, vaporizers, breathing circuits, and monitors.
  2. Ventilator: Used to assist or control a patient’s breathing during anesthesia. Ventilators provide mechanical ventilation by delivering oxygen and removing carbon dioxide from the patient’s lungs.
  3. Anesthesia Workstation: A comprehensive unit that integrates multiple components, including an anesthesia machine, ventilator, monitoring devices, and various other accessories.
  4. Anesthesia Gas Monitors: These devices measure and display the concentration of inhaled and exhaled gases, such as oxygen, carbon dioxide, and anesthetic agents. They help ensure the patient’s gas exchange is properly managed.
  5. Pulse Oximeter: A non-invasive device that measures the oxygen saturation level in a patient’s blood. It typically clips onto a finger, toe, or earlobe and provides real-time monitoring of oxygen levels.
  6. End-tidal Carbon Dioxide (EtCO2) Monitor: This instrument measures the concentration of carbon dioxide in a patient’s exhaled breath, providing an indication of the adequacy of ventilation and metabolism.
  7. Intravenous (IV) Infusion Pumps: Used to deliver medications, fluids, and blood products directly into a patient’s bloodstream during anesthesia.
  8. Laryngoscope: A tool used to visualize the larynx and facilitate the placement of an endotracheal tube into the patient’s airway.
  9. Syringe Pumps: These devices provide controlled and precise administration of small volumes of medications, such as anesthetics and analgesics.
  10. Temperature Monitoring Devices: Various tools are available to monitor a patient’s body temperature during anesthesia, including disposable adhesive temperature sensors, esophageal probes, or skin surface temperature probes.

These are just a few examples of anesthesia tools commonly used in clinical settings. The specific tools used can vary depending on the procedure, patient needs, and the preferences of the anesthesia provider or facility.


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