Low flow anesthesia (LFA) provides a saving up to 75% and improves the dynamics of inhaled anesthesia gas, increases mucociliary clearance, maintains body temperature, and reduces water loss. LFA has been recommended for anesthesiologists in recent years to avoid high fresh gas flow (FGF). However, LFA use is limited due to associated risks. The main purpose of this study was to investigate whether LFA according to body weight, which is the main determinant of oxygen requirement, is feasible and safe in the normoxia range. The second aim was to show that this method can provide economic benefit.