Withadvancements touching the skies, anesthesia equipment promisesadvanced clinical capabilities, ease-of-use, low cost of ownership, and interoperability so that data can easily be interfaced with electronic medical records.
Device manufacturers and technology startups are continuously introducing devices to improve patient care.
The customer is increasingly looking for technologically advanced machines that simultaneously enable automated correction of physiological abnormalities and yet take into consideration patient safety and lower running expenses.
The demand for high-end anesthesia machines with electronic gas mixing, anesthesia gas module, and depth of anesthesia will see an upward trend with experienced and well-trained anesthesiologists being recruited even in Tier-II and Tier-III cities.
Anesthesia information management systems have evolved into sophisticated hardware and software systems available as either stand-alone products or part of a hospital's electronic health record system.
Significant advances in the realm of computer and microprocessor technology, together with improved understanding of drug pharmacokinetics-pharmacodynamics and availability of novel monitoring equipment, has led to development of various automated anesthetic drug-delivery systems in recent years.