THE COLLISION BROADENING EFFECT OF NITROUS OXIDE UPON INFRARED ANALYSIS OF CARBON DIOXIDE DURING ANESTHESIA
* Model 16 Gas Analyzer, Liston-Becker Division, Beckman Instruments Company, Springdale, Connecticut.
†Dr. Max Liston of Beckman Instruments Company suggested and fabricated the detector cells charged with carbon dioxide tension of 10 mm. of mercury.
‡Ohio Chemical & Surgical Equipment Co., New York, New York.
§Essentially similar results were obtained by Dr. Max Liston who carried out a similar set of determinations based upon reproducible mixtures of carbon dioxide in diluent gases produced by pressure measurements rather than volume measurements.
NORMAN A. BERGMAN, HERBERT RACKOW, M. JACK FRUMIN; THE COLLISION BROADENING EFFECT OF NITROUS OXIDE UPON INFRARED ANALYSIS OF CARBON DIOXIDE DURING ANESTHESIA. Anesthesiology 1958; 19:19–26 doi: https://doi.org/10.1097/00000542-195801000-00005
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