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Anaesthesia Equipment refers to the range of equipment that is used within a hospital setting at administer anaesthesia to a patient that is about to undergo surgery or a minor operation. The process of anaesthesia is to render a person with no awareness or sensation. There are two types: local anaesthetic, which is applied to an area where a minor operation will take more

Anaesthesia Equipment refers to the range of equipment that is used within a hospital setting at administer anaesthesia to a patient that is about to undergo surgery or a minor operation. The process of anaesthesia is to render a person with no awareness or sensation. There are two types: local anaesthetic, which is applied to an area where a minor operation will take place, for example, tooth extraction or a biopsy. General anaesthetic involves completely anaesthetising the person. This is done in cases of major surgery. Some equipment involved in this process includes a continuous flow air mask, which administers a continuous flow of air to the patient that is mixed with vaporised anaesthetic to keep them asleep, a hypodermic needle that is used to initially administer anaesthetic, especially local anaesthetic and a syringe.

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