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Heating Units, Laparoscopic Insufflation Gas

Definition : Heating units designed to warm the gases used for insufflation of the abdomen during laparoscopic procedures. These units usually use electric elements to provide heat along the tube from a central gas or cylinder supply to the insufflator and then to the port that provides access to the abdomen. The heated gas is delivered to fill the pneumoperitoneum with gas close to normal body temperature. Heating units used to warm gases used in laparoscopic procedure systems are intended to prevent hypothermia during long procedures and facilitate postoperative recovery.

Entry Terms : "Heat Exchangers, Laparoscopic Insufflation Gas" , "Laparoscopic Insufflation Gas Heating Units"

UMDC code : 31265

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