physics in anaesthesia


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1 : Fluid flow- physics & Anaesthetic implication Dr. Shraddha Naik
2 : Flow is defined as the quantity of a fluid i.e. a gas or liquid passing in unit time F = Q / t F=flow Q= quantity of liquid T=time
3 : Flow is of three types: Laminar flow Transitional flow Turbulent flow
4 : Laminar Flow A fluid flows in a steady manner No eddies or turbulence Present in smooth tubes Velocity is low Flow is greatest at centre ( 2x mean flow) To draw the fluid , a pressure difference must be present across the ends of tube.
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