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Fluothane for Trans-Oral Procedures

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Film Identifier: F.2011-01-0344
Run Time
0h 16m 33s
Format
16mm
Color
B&W
Sound
Optical
Date Produced
1965
Abstract
A medical training film that demonstrates techniques of anesthesia for minor surgery involving the oral cavity, pharynx and larynx. The first part of the film features anesthesia for a simulated oral surgery on a 23 year old male volunteer. This is followed by suspension laryngoscopy on a 74 year old male patient. The film highlights the following procedures and techniques: Fluothane with air, drawover vaporization, respiratory monitoring, airway management with two nasopharyngeal airways and maximally assisted respiration. The film proclaims that inhalation anesthesia, such as Fluothane, for minor oral surgeries is safer than other anesthesia techniques.
Additional Credits
Ayerst Laboratories, Inc. (is contributor)
Genre
Medical
Form
Short
Related Place
United States (production location of)