After a two-hour anesthesia …
Now everything is cleaned first.
After a two-hour anesthesia …
Now everything is cleaned first.
We love to see the devices ….
We love to see the operating room ….
We love the sight of the tubes ….
We love the smell of anesthetic gas ….
We love the moment when the mask touches us ….
We love the moment when the anesthesia nurse gives us the gas, because it’s just wonderful because it’s good because it’s just what it is.
For today’s night session with a good anesthetic occupation, the head cinema is ever driven forward …
Time for anesthesia …
Your body is covered in latex …
The Anesthesia nurse will give you sevoflurane for 20 seconds, then nitrous oxide for 5 minutes in the oxygen mixture. After that, you wake up again and give you pure oxygen. The narcosis nurse straps you tight. A second sister enters the room. The first sister gives you Desflurane for 30 seconds and a little bit Thipental. The hoses are slowly getting wet from inside, the soda lime heats up. The mask is pressed further firmly into the face. The breathing bag puffs up and down. The second sister holds the laryngeal mask in place and introduces it. The ventilator is now running constantly. The laryngeal mask is fixed and two anesthetists take care of you. The APL valve is set to 30mbar. The hoses are fixed with the bracket. The light is insulated. The milking machine is set up. Your tidal volume has adjusted. The breathing mask is already a bit wet inside. The sister now fixes the mask and checks if everything is tight. The session should go two hours without a break. The humidifier is switched on. The ECG is running. The CO2 measurement is running. Respiratory pressure volume is shown on the display and oxygen saturation. The anesthetic nurse now turns up the gas even higher.Your tidal volume has adjusted. The breathing mask is already a bit wet inside. The sister now fixes the mask and checks if everything is tight. The session should go two hours without a break. The humidifier is switched on. The ECG is running. The CO2 measurement is running. Respiratory pressure volume is shown on the display and oxygen saturation. The anesthetic nurse now turns up the gas even higher. Timelessly beautiful …more gas…
So … take a deep breath and exhale the air very relaxed. Do not get nervous, I’ll now add the anesthetic via the vaporizer. Enjoy this moment.
Anesthetist Assistant Marley has given her patients a steady enough amount of nitrous oxide and a strong dose of isoflurane. Marley is thinking about what she will take next as an anesthetic. First, the patient must be awake again. He then gets first 100% oxygen until he is really awake and then, then anesthetized, but very slowly. It would be stupid if all this happens so fast. Marley enjoys it, but also has to be careful and soulful. Marley goes on and on and on until the hoses and the mask are wet.
Preparation for the next intensive anesthesia. Anesthesia + intensive ventilation are planned for four hours.
After a longer respiration time, oxygen is very dry. Certainly, the absorber generates moisture through the circular system. However, a humidifier is indispensable. Tested here at 2 liters per minute. The patient inhales humidified air. This is definitely important, especially because dry oxygen can irritate the respiratory tract. To trap the water a water trap is inserted between the hoses on the circle system. The water used for this purpose is a special medical water.
All devices are on. Please start with the introduction and give first 100% oxygen before adding the other gases. Marie, please give me the LMA mask and put some gel on it. After that, please fix the patient. Have you checked the hoses for leaks? Ah, that sounds good. So, something fixation band please. Thanks Maria. Please tell Bettina, please give the Halothane to the patient in 10 minutes. She should prepare and dress accordingly.
Maria, we can start then.
Please lie down on the bed, the anesthetic nurse will come and provide you with gas. A soft mask wraps around your face, hands clad in latex gloves press the mask tight and tight in your face. Now please breathe in time with my bag. If you dizzy and keep breathing, I will increase the gas volume until you see only funny colors.
Next Anesthesia is prepared …
This is our church …
We love it ….
A room full of equipment, the smell of anesthetics, the eyes of the anesthesiologist, the bulging bottles of oxygen and nitrous oxide, the other beautiful things that are there somewhere. That’s our church, you could say that.
Circular part with APL valve ….
Breathing bag ….
Soda lime ….
Monitoring devices ….
Just beautiful and brilliant. We love it ! But always remember: Safety first, never do anything you have no idea about. The fun is otherwise unique …
The next induction of anesthesia is prepared. The absorber is filled with fresh soda lime. The vaporizer is also filled. The anesthetics will be performed by Diana (28 years old) and Victoria (36 years old). Both ladies are professionals of your work. 4 hours are scheduled without any mercy. Feel the gas, feel the beauty of rubber. A circular part ISO 8 is used in conjunction with the Dräger ZEUS.
It is Saturday evening and there is nothing better … than hoses, machines and assistants of anesthesia .. around you.
I’ll give you exactly the dose of gas you need, do not worry, I’ll warn you, if you twitch then I’ll give 5% more over the mask. My hands are covered with latex, the smell gin already before you past. So, now continue to breathe and feel like the mask with your bead dominates you. I push the bag now more tightly, so you feel good ….
and Emilia says:
So my friend, exhale vigorously until it
stops and then take a deep breath. My bag has magical
powers and acts gentle, fast and strong!
Take a deep breath and always take a deep breath, you will see that you will feel better…
A slight tingling, a floating feeling sets in. It excites your whole body and you tremble. The specialist supervision of the anesthesia operating room again checks all hoses. Looks good. Slowly the anesthetist turns on the gas tap. Now the hoses are filled …
Again… after Tumbrl has blocked my Post…
Please lie down and point your head slightly upwards. Follow my instructions and enjoy the soft rubber of the mask. It will smell a bit different, but you will notice how nice that is. I will assist with the bag, you will notice a little back pressure. Always breathe in rhythm and do not worry if you get dizzy, that’s me!
Do not fight!
I am sweet, I am quiet, I flow through you!
I am invisible, but I make you weak and dull.
I smell good and you get tired … very tired …
Lissy, the anesthetist holds your head. Her anesthesia assistant Sarah sets the sevoflurane at 1.4%. Lissy says, take a deep breath and then exhale and keep repeating. If you notice a little resistance, then do not let it irritate you, this is my bag. Slowly it tingles all over …. madness! Lissy says I’ll ventilate you manually now. Do not resist, I am now very deep and strong ….. and will always be by your side ….
Just relax …
Are you ready ?
Gas flows through your body, slowly you become weak, you feel dizzy. The smell and the view of the hoses makes you cook! And then …. the anesthesiologist tells the sister: Turn it up! Horny right?
The ventilator is running, the gases are released. The air circulates, the edge of the respiratory mask is already wet by the constant inhale and exhale, but the air is fresh and saturated with sevoflurane. It smells of latex and rubber, it smells of strong anesthetics and the sounds of the devices are doing us gymnastics. That’s the feeling we love ….
Hey friends, enthusiast and the community of anesthesia …
Everything is cleaned again after the last session. The next anesthesia is being prepared. Anesthesiologist Madelaine and prepares everything. The Anesthesia nurse Laura for the follow-up is also on site.
We start the next anesthesia. The patient is now fixed and gets the gas!
observation of respiratory rate in preparation for anesthesia. 70% oxygen and 30% nitrous oxide
The nurse announces everything is ready:
Please undress completely and lie down on the operating table. The anesthetic nurse comes every moment …
Love it …. and gass it!
Imagine, the nurse pushes you into the anesthetic preparation room. The sister fixes you firmly, the mask is fixed. Oxygen flows through the rubbery hoses. Slowly, the air gets wet through the filter. 10 minutes later comes the request that now the anesthetic is administered by inhalation anesthesia. Slowly spreads a sweet smell, the heartbeat goes higher and the sister pushes in rhythm with the breathing bag. The nurse orders: “Increase the dose by 15%, set minimum flow and the APL valve to 15 mbar. Saturation oxygen now at 99% …” The forced anesthesia will now last 4 hours ….
A nice thought right?