• Result Found In

Anesthesia Supplies and Equipment

Anesthesia Supplies and Equipment

Anesthesia Supplies, Equipment, and Solutions

As an Authorized Distributor of Record (ADR), Henry Schein, Inc. has access to over 120 local anesthetic, pharmaceutical, and vaccine manufacturing partners. This allows us to source products from a broad spectrum of providers, ensuring the product availability and competitive prices needed to help provide your patients the best possible care. Our portfolio includes supplies such as oxygen masks and stimulating needles, and equipment including ventilators and vital signs monitors, to help you best serve and maintain the safety and care for patients undergoing anesthesia.

Quality Anesthesia Supplies

Quality anesthesia supplies from Henry Schein Medical help anesthesiology professionals provide safety and comfort during their procedure. While undergoing anesthesia may be daunting for your patient, they can rest assured that Henry Schein Medical only offers high-quality products they can rely on. Our wide range of medical and surgical supplies are designed to help meet your anesthesiology and procedural needs.

  • IV Catheter Supplies: Safely and comfortably administer medication or fluids with our wide variety of peripheral intravenous catheters
  • IV Administration Supplies: Promote accurate and safe delivery of drugs and essential fluids with our effective collection of IV products
  • Syringes: Introduce inject or withdraw liquids into your patients with our selection of vetted syringes
  • Surgical Drapes: Isolate the surgical site and minimize the spread of infection with both sterile and non-sterile drapes
  • Nitrile Exam Gloves: Durable and puncture-resistant, our collection of Nitrile Exam Gloves can improve tactile sensitivity and grasp when performing examinations
  • Exam Room Supplies: Our portfolio of exam room supplies can be your one-stop shop for your medical facilities' examination appointments and procedures.
Medical and Surgical Supplies for Anesthesiology - Henry Schein Medical

Durable Anesthesia Equipment

Henry Schein Medical offers a wide range of diagnostic equipment and supplies to address the anesthesia needs for your patients. The right equipment can bring significant benefits to your practice. You'll increase the number of treatment options you can offer your patients while achieving increased revenues and greater patient satisfaction.

Our equipment specialists can provide the advice and guidance you'll need to take advantage of technologies that will keep your business competitive and more productive. They'll evaluate your requirements and help you choose the equipment that is best suited to your practice goals and your budget.

Top Selling Anesthesia Equipment

  • Surgical Equipment: Hand-held tools or instruments for your operating suite are essential for your patient needs
  • Anesthesia Supplies: From respiratory products to your vital disposables, shop the brands you trust
  • Imaging: Ensure you're getting the best view with diagnostic imaging equipment you can make clinical decisions with
  • Diagnostic Equipment: Vital sign monitors, gas analyzers, and more are necessities when administering anesthesia
Medical and Surgical Supplies for Anesthesiology- Henry Schein Medical

Anesthesia Drugs and Pharmaceuticals

Henry Schein Medical is committed to offering you the best anesthesia drugs and pharmaceutical products and services as well as enhancing the quality of care in your practice. We offer a wide range of pharmaceutical supplies and drug supplies designed to help you meet your anesthesiology facility practice needs.

Popular Anesthesia Drugs and Pharmaceutical Products

  • Anesthetics: Used during tests or operations, anesthetics is your more important product to have on hand
  • Steroids: Preventing low blood pressure and hypotension during surgery means administering steroids to your patients
  • Nervous System Drugs: Keep pain at a minimum and patients comfortable during their operative procedure with the right nervous system medications
  • Pain Management: Ensuring your patients are not experiencing discomfort throughout the duration of their surgery is an upmost priority to an improved outcome
  • Anti-Infectives: Limiting possible exposure to infection with the proper medication before, during, and after surgery is key to a positive outcome
  • Respiratory Agents: Reducing bronchial secretions prior to anesthesia use is a critical step in a successful surgery
  • Emergency Med Kits: Being prepared for all patient scenarios is key to running an efficient practice
Pharmaceuticals for Anesthesiology- Henry Schein Medical

View our Local Anesthetic Supplies

We provide anesthesia machines from GE Healthcare, Drager, Penlon, Datascope, Mindray as well as Aestiva, Excel, Mod SE machines from Ohmeda. We sell anesthesia parts and provide anesthesia and general biomed service.

As an approved Distributor of Record (ADR), Henry Schein, Inc. has access to over 120 local anesthetic, pharmaceutical and vaccine manufacturing partners. This allows us to source products from a broad spectrum of providers, ensuring the product availability and competitive prices needed to help provide your patients the best possible care.

Local Anesthesia Purpose

Local anesthetics are used to prevent patients from feeling pain during medical, surgical, or dental procedures. Over-the-counter local anesthetics are also available to provide temporary relief from pain, irritation, and itching caused by various conditions such as cold sores, canker sores, sore throats, sunburn, insect bites, poison ivy, and minor cuts and scratches.

General anesthesia is the induction of a balanced state of unconsciousness, accompanied by the absence of pain sensation and the paralysis of skeletal muscle over the entire body. It is induced through the administration of anesthetic drugs and is used during major surgery and other invasive surgical procedures.

General anesthesia is intended to bring about five distinct states during surgery:

  • Analgesia, or pain relief
  • Amnesia, or loss of memory of the procedure
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Motionlessness
  • Weakening of autonomic responses
  • General Anesthesia Precautions

General Anesthesia Precautions

A complete medical history, including a history of allergies in family members, is an important precaution. Patients may have a potentially fatal allergic response to anesthesia known as malignant hyperthermia, even if there is no previous personal history of reaction.

General anesthetics should be administered only by board-certified medical professionals. Anesthesia providers consider many factors, including a patient's age, weight, allergies to medications, medical history, and general health when deciding which anesthetic or combination of anesthetics to use. The American Society of Anesthesiologists has compiled guidelines for classifying patients according to risk levels as follows:

  • I: healthy patient
  • II: patient with mild systemic disease without functional limitations
  • III: patient with severe systemic disease with definite functional limitations
  • IV: patient with severe systemic disease that is life-threatening
  • V: dying patient not expected to survive for 24 hours without an operation

Equipment for general anesthesia should be thoroughly checked before the operation; all items that might be needed, such as extra tubes or laryngoscope blades, should be available. Staff members should be knowledgeable about the problems that might arise with the specific anesthetic being used, and be able to recognize them and respond appropriately. General anesthetics cause a lowering of the blood pressure (hypotension), a response that requires close monitoring and special drugs to reverse it in emergency situations.

Stages of Anesthesia

There are four stages of general anesthesia that help providers to better predict the course of events, from anesthesia induction to emergence.

  • Stage I, begins with the induction of anesthesia and ends with the patient's loss of consciousness. The patient still feels pain in Stage I.
  • Stage II, or REM stage, includes uninhibited and sometimes dangerous responses to stimuli, including vomiting and uncontrolled movement. This stage is typically shortened by administering a barbiturate, such as sodium pentothal, before the anesthetic agent.
  • Stage III, or surgical anesthesia, is the stage in which the patient's pupillary gaze is central and the pupils are constricted. This is the target depth of surgical anesthesia. During this stage, the skeletal muscles relax, the patient's breathing becomes regular, and eye movements stop.
  • Stage IV, or overdose, is marked by hypotension or circulatory failure. Death may result if the patient cannot be revived quickly.

Lab Equipment and Supplies

Our experienced laboratory specialists can assist you in the planning, equipment selection, setup, and regulatory compliance within new and existing office laboratories. Our goal is to simplify and streamline your procurement process, allowing you to focus administering anesthesia.

Laboratory Equipment and Supplies for Anesthesiology - Henry Schein Medical