Sentri™ end tidal CO2 monitoring range from Intersurgical
Capnography is vital during sedation
The increased use of conscious sedation has created a need for a device to monitor respiratory depression. The difference between conscious sedation and general anaesthesia is sometimes very small. It is possible during conscious sedation that intravenous sedatives and narcotics administered to allay apprehension can result in the loss of consciousness and respiratory obstruction.
Mask or nasal cannula, the choice is yours
Sentri is available as an adult mask and in three sizes of nasal cannula. Both permit the sampling of exhaled carbon dioxide in non-intubated patients during the administration of supplementary oxygen.