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chnologies in Critical Care II-33

Multifunctional Capnography II-33

Factors Influencing EtCO2 II-34

Ventilation Perfusion (V/Q) Relationships II-34

Normal Values II-34


Hyperventilation II-35

Capnography Vs. Pulse Oximetry II-36

Relationship Between Capnography with Circulation and

Metabolism II-36

Relationship Between PaCO2 and PetCO2 II-36

Set Up, Execution and Considerations for CO2 Monitoring II-36

Set Up II-36

Calibration II-37

Execution II-37

Abnormal Waveforms, Their Indications and Reasons for Such

Abnormalities II-38

Special Considerations II-39

Clinical Applications of CO2 Monitoring II-40

Intubated Patients II-40

During Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation II-41

In Emergency Medical Services II-41

Return of Spontaneous Circulation II-41

Evaluation During Treatment of Asthma II-41

Head Injury Patients II-41

In Laparoscopy II-41

In Pain Management and Sedation II-42

Brief Summary of Capnography Applications in Critical CareII

-42 Select Applications of Carbon Dioxide Monitors II-43


Smiths Medical Introduces Capnocheck(R) Capnometer II-44

Schiller India Unveils New Capnometer II-44

Oridion Unveils New Smart Capnography(TM) System II-44

Omron Healthcare Launches New Advanced Patient Monitor II-45


Oridion Obtains FDA Approval for Capnostream(TM) 20 Monitor II-46

Oridion Enters into Agreement with an International

Healthcare Company II-46

Philips Acquires Dixtal Biomedica e Tecnologia II-46

Oridion Enters into Purchase Agreement with Kaiser Foundation II-47

Oridion Enters into OEM Agreement with Spacelabs II-47

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