The use of 'fluothane' in dental and out-patient's anaesthesia.
- Marrett, H. R.
About this work
This film demonstrates the technique of using fluothane in mostly oral anaesthesia. Firstly, a consultant (Marrett) sitting at a table facing the camera, talks about fluothane's safety record (particularly with regards to potential overdose; fluothane is ideal for the occasional anaesthetist). He holds up a number of cards showing the transit of the gas. Secondly, the equipment is shown functioning in detail. Thereafter, the footage demonstrates a typical case load (mostly dentistry) which is shown in the order the out-patients arrive. The last 10 minutes of the film shows a major abdominal operation illustrating the use of fluothane using the closed circuit technique of anaesthesia. Finally, Marrett comments on the economy of using the gas in anaesthesia as it is very compact and inexpensive.
1 DVD (41 min.) : sound, color, PAL.
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