You’ve finally decided on a monitor.  Now it’s time to decide on the method you will use to sample the CO2.

The first thing to consider when choosing the type of sampling line or “sampling” cannula for monitoring CO2 is the type of monitor that you have. Does it require a male or female luer on the monitor side of the sampling line or cannula. Continue reading

By Rose Dodson It may sound complicated; however it’s actually quite simple. The same nitrous hood you use everyday can be adapted to monitor CO2. We’ll show you how.  You will need only three items: 1. Nitrous Hood  2. 1/8″ Hole Punch Pliers (commonly used for crafts) 3. Nitrous Hood Adapter  First, use the hole […]

By: Rose Dodson 1.  Two Key Symbols to look for on the packaging.  This image tells you when it was manufactured . This tells you the date it expires. For the most part you will be more concerned about the latter. 2. Checking expiration dates. Expiration dates on certain consumable crash cart items, such as emergency drugs, […]