In addition to air, other gases, in particular oxygen, are used for ventilation by means of ventilators. Sensor technology can be used to precisely control and monitor the respiratory profile and oxygen concentration.
During drug delivery, flow rates and volumes must be measured precisely and malfunctions must be detected quickly and reliably.
In anesthesia, extremely precise control of the gas mixture and concentration (O₂, N₂O) is essential. Equally important is the precisely dosed delivery of the anesthetic.
Precise control of air, oxygen and CO₂ flow and gas mixing.
High-flow ventilation requires controlling the flow of oxygen to the patient as well as monitoring the humidity and temperature of the supplied air.
Continuous urine flow measurement with high-precision fluid flow sensors over an extended period of time enables early detection of acute kidney failure in critically ill patients in intensive care.