Turning the mass-spectrometer into an easy to handle clinical instrument for routine multipatient surveillance of respiratory and anesthetic gases during anesthesia.

@article{Grvisse1987TurningTM,
  title={Turning the mass-spectrometer into an easy to handle clinical instrument for routine multipatient surveillance of respiratory and anesthetic gases during anesthesia.},
  author={P Gr{\'e}visse and Y Delcambre and P Picart and A Swietochowski and M Demeester and Thierry Deloof and B S Dernovoi and M de Rood},
  journal={Acta anaesthesiologica Belgica},
  year={1987},
  volume={38 1},
  pages={37-43}
}
Although most authors use it as the reference instrument for respiratory gases measurement, the use of mass-spectrometer in clinical routine in ICU and in anesthesia remains quite limited. We developed a fully automatically controlled system, carrying on a twinned goal: The ACS-2000 (Automatic Calibration System) turns the Airspec MGA-2000 mass-spectrometer… CONTINUE READING