A container (2) for a liquid anaesthetic agent for supplying the agent to an anaesthetic vaporiser comprises a reservoir for the liquid agent, a valve (6) which, when closed, prevents the flow of the liquid agent from the reservoir, a tubular outlet (10) through which the liquid can leave the reservoir when the valve is open. An O-ring (20) at the free end of the conduit provides a sealing surface for forming a seal with a corresponding sealing surface provided at an inlet to a vaporiser to which the anaesthetic agent is to be supplied. A flange (22) engages a guide on the vaporiser, to retain the container in contact with the vaporiser.
Braatz; Robert E. (Sun Prairie, WI), Gregory; Raymond S. (Bingley, GB3), Heaton; Robert A. (Skipton, GB3), Whitaker; Keith (Keighley, GB3), Sampson; David C. (Cowling, GB3)
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