How much anesthetic is administered to an animal when a "small amount" is put on a cotton ball and placed near the animal's nose?
"The amount of volatile agent vapour deriving from 1 ml of fluid agent...
The Induction Chamber Evacuation System is mentioned in Veterinary Anesthetic Monitoring and Equipment, published by Wiley, edited by Kristen G. Cooley and Rebecca A. Johnson. The book will be released October, 2018.
Using traditional methods of filling an induction chamber while connected to an in-house (active) scavenging system; it can take as long as 8 minutes for the top portion of an induction chamber to reach 3% isoflurane, resulting in a delayed and stressful induction.
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