Sodasorb co2 Absorbents Manual



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SODASORB®
MANUAL OF CO
2
ABSORPTION


TABLE OF CONTENTS
Medical Applications
M-1 The Advent of Inhalation Anesthesia M
Sodasorb Carbon Dioxide Absorbent M Physiological Factors in Carbon Dioxide Removal M Anesthesia Machines M The Absorber Canister M Absorptive Characteristics of Sodasorb Absorbent M Soda Lime Reactivity M
Sodasorb Carbon Dioxide Absorption Capacity
Other Applications
O-1 Properties and Applications O HP Sodasorb Absorbent Characteristics Underwater Diving Equipment
Product Information

P-1 Chemical and Physical Processes in Carbon Dioxide Absorption P
Sodasorb Carbon Dioxide Absorption Capacity P Commercial Specifications P Specifications and Tests for Sodasorb Absorbent PUS. Pharmacopeia XXII – National Formulary XVII Requirements


Safety, handling and storage
The advent of inhalation anesthesia
Table 1. physical properties of volatile anesthetic agents
Physiological factors in carbon dioxide removal
Human production of carbon dioxide
Breathing mechanisms
Hypercapnia during anesthesia
Anesthesia machines
Closed technique
Semi-closed technique
Semi-open technique
Open technique
The absorber canister
Absorber unit chambers
Table 2. twin chamber absorber capacity
Reserve absorber canister
Figure 2. switching absorber canister
The wall effect
Absorptive characteristics of sodasorb absorbent
Absorptive capacity and breakpoint
Exothermic heat generation
Air flow resistance
Absorbent dusting
Soda lime reactivity
Table 3. rate of breakdown (% per hour) of fluorinated anesthetics in soda lime
Carbon monoxide production
Use with flammable anesthetic agents
Potential deactivation of ethyl violet indicator dye
Extended use of absorbents
Applications
Efficiency test protocol
Experiment description
Table 1. time efficiency/back pressure results under various flow rates
Chemical and physical processes in carbon dioxide absorption
Rate of co2
Physical process of co
Proper filling of the absorber unit
Sodasorb carbon dioxide absorption capacity
Color reversion
Commercial specifications
Pellet size
Industrial sodasorb absorbent
Moisture grades
Non-indicating sodasorb absorbent
Government packaging -
Table 1. sodasorb packaging
Moisture content
Testing for hardness
Abrasion test
Figure 1. u.s.p.-n.f. test apparatus - usp. test protocol. to prove compliance with usp. requirements a sample weighing 10 g is
U.s. pharmacopeia xxii - national formulary xvii requirements
Size of granules
Moisture absorption
Carbon dioxide absorbency
Shipping regulations
Filling the canister
Absorber unit instructions
Storage within the anesthesia machine



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