It has been predicted that the market for anesthesia machines will be valued at $14.75 billion by 2023, a compound annual growth rate of 7.8%.
The global anesthesia machine market is segmented by type, clinical indications, source, form, end user, distribution and region.
- Depending on the type, the market includes continuous anesthesia machines, intermittent anesthesia machines, and the like.
- According to clinical indications, the market includes neurological surgery, ophthalmology, ear and nose surgery, respiratory surgery, cardiovascular surgery, digestive surgery, urinary surgery, musculoskeletal surgery, and skin system surgery.
- Based on components, the market is divided into machines, ventilation equipment, monitors, disposables and so on.
- According to the size, the market is divided into portable anesthesia machines and independent anesthesia machines.
- Based on end users, the market is divided into hospitals, care points, and others.
- According to the region, the market is divided into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East, and Africa and the rest of the world.
North America has the largest market share due to a large number of surgeries and large public health expenditures. The United States uses a large portion of its GDP for health care, with about 16% in 2016. However, recent US government reimbursement cuts may hinder market development.
Due to the extensive medical device industry in Germany, the European market is dominated by Germany, France, and the UK. Poland, Spain, and Italy also have a considerable market share in the European market. Due to economic development and the development of medical infrastructure, the market for anesthesia machines in the Asia Pacific region is expected to grow the fastest. China is expected to achieve considerable growth, followed by India.
Our AMIS anesthesia machine is equipped with an evaporator Divided into enflurane /sevoflurane/halothane/isoflurane anesthesia machine.
An anesthetic gas vaporizer is a device that is coupled to an anesthesia machine that facilitates delivery of a given concentration of volatile anesthetic to a patient. The anesthetic gas vaporizer changes the liquid anesthetic to its vapor and further adds a controlled concentration of steam to the fresh gas stream. The vapor concentration is monitored periodically and the vapor concentration is adjusted accordingly by changing the fresh gas flow through the evaporator. The vaporization in the anesthetic gas vaporizer takes into account the following factors: the heat of vaporization, latent heat of vaporization, the specific heat of liquid and thermal conductivity.
A principle of an anesthesia machine
An anesthesia machine distributes the gases needed to induce sleep and prevents people from pain during this period
Surgical or other potentially painful operation.
The basic anesthetic delivery system consists of an oxygen source (O2), an O2 flow meter, and a precision evaporator.
From volatile liquid anesthetics, patient breathing circuits (pipes, connectors, and valves) and devices that remove any excess anesthetic gases from steam generation. This is crucial because indoor contamination of anesthetic gases can lead to health.
PATIENT BREATHING CIRCUIT The patient breathing circuit is the highway for anesthetic gas delivery to the patient. The goals of an anesthetic breathing circuit are to:
- Deliver oxygen to the patient.
- Deliver anesthetic to the patient.
- Remove carbon dioxide that is produced by the patient.
- Provide a method for assisting or controlling ventilation, if needed Troubleshooting the anesthetic machine.
The most common problem with anesthetic machines is leaks. Leaks commonly occur around tubing connections, flow valves, and O2 yokes. It is imperative that any leaks be corrected since they can waste gas and/or expose the operator to high levels of anesthetic vapors.