Insufflation is a procedure where the doctor blows something into a part of the body. It is usually a gas or vapor in order to do a medical procedure. In most cases, it is done in order to inflate that part of the body. Usually, something will be done in surgery and the doctor needs for that part of the body to be inflated in order to do the procedure.
Other reasons for an automatic CO insufflation are for diagnostics and respiratory assistance. There are reasons why this is done with carbon dioxide and it is to lower the risk of perforation insufflation for the CT colonography. Some people think that this is done because it is a cheaper cost or lower the risk of anaphylaxis, but those are not true.
The correct answer is b.
Advantages of automatic CO
insufflation include better overall distention and lower risk of perforation. Also, owing to the faster absorption rate of CO, there is a reduction in post-procedural discomfort in the patient.
The correct answer is: 3 only