Insufflators are used to pump carbon dioxide into a patient's body to create and maintain an air cavity for more workroom during surgical procedures. These gas pumps have real-time pressure sensors to keep an acceptable level of air presence in the inflated cavity, or sense blockage or leakages. Insufflators can issue visual and audio warnings to address various issues and promote efficient device operations. Most models are equipped with an LCD display to show updated information and status messages to surgeons. Other unique features of insufflators are: SIDNE voice command compatibility, gas heater technology which prevents hypothermia, and dual valve function for faster re-insufflation and recovery from leaks. Insufflators are essential medical instruments that enhance safety and proficiency during endoscopic surgical procedures.
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