AirSeal® and Anesthesia: A Data-Driven Match for Surgery


From decreasing post-operative airway complications to stabilizing intra-operative hemodynamics, the list of AirSeal® benefits for anesthesia goes on and on. Let's dive deeper into how CONMED’s AirSeal® can make a difference for both patients and the perioperative team.

Improvements From Pre-Op to Post-Op With AirSeal®

If you’ve been struggling to manage laparoscopic patients, AirSeal® may be able to help. Studies have shown that operating at a low pressure with AirSeal® may reduce airway pressure and blood pressure, improve minute volume, and increase pulmonary compliance.

Surgeons have found that operating at a lower pressure with AirSeal® has allowed anesthesia to stabilize hemodynamics without compromising their own visibility. Recent studies have also shown anesthesia metrics and patient’s pain scores have improved when using AirSeal® at lower pressure.

You can learn more about our findings by downloading this brochure.

Praise for AirSeal® and Anesthesia

We could go on about the proven benefits of AirSeal®, but you don’t have to take our word for it. Here’s what leading experts have to say:

“I have noticed a significant decrease in peak inspiratory airway pressure and mean airway pressure while using the AirSeal® system. These benefits are extremely important when taking care of obese patients who have increased airway resistance and decreased pulmonary compliance from baseline."
- Gabriel Eduardo Mena, MD

“We see improved physiology during anesthesia with low pressure, allowing for safer operations to be done on more sick patients who have heart and lung disease. Our anesthesia colleagues are in agreement that low pressure surgery has benefits in their ability to provide the best and safest anesthesia."
- Sudeep Burman, MD


AirSeal® has already made a big difference in the world of anesthesia, and we’re confident it will continue to revolutionize the perioperative process.

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