ECOLOGIC MONITORING OF AIR POLLUTION IN OPERATION ROOM IN CLINIC OF ASSISTED REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGIES

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The study was conducted to evaluate dynamics of air pollution during inhalational anaesthesia with sevoflurane in In Vitro Fertilization. Measurements of volatile organic compounds (VOC) were performed using portable photoionization gas analyzer in 5 areas of operating room during 7 working days and near the patient’s head and in the location of anaesthesia apparatus during 14 days without additional air cleaning. Then we used air carbone filter and measured VOC during next 14 days (49 anaesthesias altogether). Maximal air pollution was detected in the awakening period. There were no VOC traces in the area of embryologist during all periods of inhalational anaesthesia. It was shown that air pollution level reduced significantly after air carbone filter installation.

V I Potievskaya

Russian medical academy for postgraduate education, department of anesthesiology and intensive care

I L Ushakov

Clinical Hospital “Moskvorechye”

A A Popov

Moscow Regional Scientific Research Institute of Obstetrics and Gynaecology

A Ya Chizhov

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Ecological faculty

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