Medical Gas System

Medical gas system

Design standards: HTM 2022 and HTM 02-01 UK

Reference standards: ISO 7396-1, ISO 7396-2 (Europe), NFPA 99 (USA).


What is a medical gas system?

In modern medicine today, the medical gas system is considered the lungs of the hospital. It plays a vital role in the delivery of healthcare to patients. This system makes patient treatment faster, more efficient, safe, and time-saving. This is achieved by distributing medical gases from the supply to the peripheral devices. This system is abbreviated as MGPS (Medical Gas Pipeline System).

The medical gas system consists of 7 basic systems:

  • Oxygen (O2) system: Provides medical oxygen in gas or liquid form, used in all respiratory therapies. We are incorporating nitrous oxide to produce anesthetics.
  • Compressed air system (MA4 – Sa7)
  • VAC suction air system
  • Anesthetic gas (NO2) system: A gas or liquid delivery system used in analgesia, the manufacture of anesthetics, to produce anesthetic mixtures when mixed with oxygen or air.
  • Nitrogen gas system (N2): Provided in liquid form, boiling point -196 degrees Celsius. N2 is used as a refrigerant in cryosurgery, preserving biological materials, blood, and bone marrow.
  • Carbon dioxide (CO2) system:
  • Anesthesia exhaust gas extraction system (AGSS)

Construction of the medical gas system

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