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Breathing System Components (anaesthesia)

Breathing System Components (anaesthesia)

Breathing System Components (anaesthesia)

Tom Clutton-Brock
Tom Clutton-Brock
on behalf of Health Education England

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Launch date: 02 May 2018
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Last updated: 29 Dec 2020

Reference: 188576

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Description

The session covers the components of modern anaesthetic breathing systems, including standard breathing system connectors, APL, PEEP and one-way valves, scavenging connectors, breathing system hoses, catheter mounts and adult facemasks.

Objectives

By the end of this session you will be able to:
• Describe the standard breathing system connectors and their uses
• Explain the basic function of APL, PEEP and one-way valves
• Select the correct facemask for an adult patient
• Identify which breathing system components may be re-used
Tom Clutton-Brock

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Tom Clutton-Brock
on behalf of Health Education England

Tom Clutton-Brock is a Senior Lecturer in Anaesthesia and Critical Care at The University of Birmingham. He practices Critical Care medicine at the University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust.

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