Exhaled Drug Monitor - EDMON was presented at the Euroanaesthesia Congress from June 03-05, 2017 in Geneva to an international audience.
The specific function of the Exhaled Drug Monitor Edmon is to measure the concentraion of volatile propofol in the exhaled air of patients being sedated or anaesthetised with propofol. The Monitor makes no medical interpreations of any type. It illustrates whether the concentration in the exhaled air is rising, falling or constant.
There is no risk for the patient due to use the Exhaled Drug Monitor - Edmon.
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