Study finds He and O2 more successful in surgery

Medical-operation

According to a new study led by Klaus Hopster, Assistant Professor of large animal anaesthesiology at Pennsylvania’s School of Veterinary Medicine, Heliox – a breathing gas composed of a mixture of helium (He) and oxygen (O2) – when used under higher pressure ventilation, could achieve better results for horses under ...

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