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  • An anesthetic gas is a gas that causes temporary loss of awareness and physical sensation.
  • Anesthetic gases cause general anesthesia, or total loss of consciousness, rather than local or regional anesthesia, which blocks sensation only in particular body parts.
  • Anesthetic gas is often used in modern medicine, either by itself or in combination with intravenous anesthetics, to keep patients unconscious during surgery.
  • A doctor trained to administer anesthetics is called an anesthesiologist or anesthetist.
  • Despite being commonplace in modern medicine, the mechanism by which anesthetic gas works is still uncertain.
  • Most anesthetic gases are part of a group of a group of organic compounds called ethers.
  • Most ethers in use today are also part of a subdivision of ethers called halogenated ethers, which replace at least one of the hydrogen atoms in non-halogenated ethers with atoms of one of the halogen elements and are less flammable than other ethers.
  • They are used either by themselves, in combination with each other, or in combination with nitrous oxide.
  • Besides ethers, other halogenated organic compounds are also effective anesthetic gases, although these are no longer widely used for anesthesia in the developed world.
  • Nitrous oxide (N2) is an anesthetic gas, though it is not powerful enough to cause loss of consciousness on its own and is always used in combination with other gases or intravenous anesthetics.
  • Forecasted the total U.S. anesthesia and ventilation products market to reach $3.6 billion in 2012.
  • Global general anesthesia disposables market is highly mature, with low single-digit growth forecast through 2017.


  • What Is Anesthetic Gas?
  • The Anesthesia Gas Machine
  • Anesthetic Gases
  • Anesthesia
  • Waste Anesthetic Gases
  • Anesthetic Gas Discharges
  • The Anesthesia Gas Machine
  • Anesthetic Delivery Systems


  • Anesthetic Gas Monitor
  • Anesthesia accessories
  • Anesthetic Gas Module
  • Contrafluran
  • IntelliVue G1/G5 and
    Anesthetic Gas Module

Function & Uses

  • How Anesthetic Gases Work in Animals
  • How does anesthesia work
  • How Anesthetics work
  • How Does Anesthesia Work?
  • Use of anesthetic gases
  • Sodasorb manual of co2 absorption
  • Anesthetic Gas Use Program
  • Anesthetic Gas Use (Research)

Safety Exposures

  • Occupational hazards in Hospital
  • Exposure risks
  • Work Practice Controls
  • Control Exposures to Isoflurane and Nitrous Oxide during Anesthetic Administration
  • Safety in the use of anesthetic gases
  • Evaluation and control of occupational exposure of anesthetic exposure to anesthetic gases
  • Hazard Recognition
  • Anesthetic exposure

Company Profiles & Consultancy

  • Company from U.S.A
  • Company from China
  • Another Company from USA
  • Company from U.K
  • Another Company from U.K
  • Company from Florida,U.S.A
  • Consultancy from U.S.A
  • Consultancy from England


  • Anesthetic gas detection apparatus
  • Method and apparatus for anesthetic gas reclamation with compression stage
  • Device for mixing anesthetic vapor with anesthetic gas
  • Anesthetic gas reclamation system and method
  • Process and apparatus for treating waste anesthetic gas
  • Anesthetic evaporator
  • Anesthetic delivery system

Anesthetic gases Suppliers & Datasheet

  • Manufacturers of Anesthetic gases
  • Suppliers of Anesthetic gases
  • Sevoflurane
  • Oxidizing Anesthetic Calibration Gas
  • Isoflurane

Turnkey Providers

  • Turnkey service providers
  • Turnkey service providers from U.K
  • Turnkey service providers from U.P, India

Market Report & Pricing

  • RxElite Awarded Dual-Source Anesthetic Gas Contract By Surgical Care Affiliates Serving 3000 Physician Partners Nationwide
  • Global Anesthesia Disposables Market to Reach US$343.5 Million by 2017, According to New Report by Global Industry Analysts, Inc.
  • Anesthesia Equipment Gets Dose of Patient-Safety Features
  • Costs of Inhaled Anesthetics
  • The Cost of Anesthetic (Anaesthetic) Gases
  • Better Gas Anesthesia At Less Cost


  • Waste Anesthetic Gas Scavenging Systems
  • Anesthesia Gas Monitoring
  • Use of halogenated anesthetic gases
  • Anesthetic Gases Surveillance Protocol
  • Surgical anesthetic gases coming under fire for global warming potential
  • Neuroimaging analysis of an anesthetic gas that blocks human emotional memory
  • Anesthetic gases and global warming: Potentials, prevention and future of anesthesia
  • Anesthetic gases brings more climate harm than carbon dioxide

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