Semi-open anesthesia



semi-open anesthesia sem·i-o·pen anesthesia (sěm’ē-ō’pən, sěm’ī-)
n.
Inhalation anesthesia in which a portion of inhaled gases is derived from an anesthesia circuit while the remainder consists of room air.

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