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What is End-tidal CO2?

End-tidal carbon dioxide measurement allows non-invasive measurement of the ability of the respiratory system to excrete carbon dioxide (usually indicative of respiratory function). Most anesthetics are respiratory depressants and end-tidal CO2 allows early detection of respiratory impairment so appropriate intervention can occur before the problem becomes life threatening.

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14-April-2014

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