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Christian Provost

By: Christian Provost


Mar 16, 2023

Medical Vacuum System Maintenance

Medical gas maintenance refers to the routine and periodic activities that are carried out to ensure that the medical gas systems in healthcare facilities are functioning properly and safely. Medical gases such as oxygen, nitrogen, carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, and compressed air are used in hospitals, clinics, and other medical facilities to provide respiratory support, anesthesia, and other medical purposes.

Maintenance of medical gas systems involves regular checks, inspections, and testing of the systems and components to ensure they are in good condition and meet the required standards. The activities involved in medical gas maintenance may include:

  1. Testing and calibration of pressure regulators, gauges, and alarms
  2. Inspecting and testing of pipelines, fittings, and valves
  3. Cleaning and disinfecting of equipment and components
  4. Checking the integrity of the gas supply system, including the gas source, storage, and distribution
  5. Identifying and repairing leaks or other defects in the system
  6. Documenting maintenance activities and keeping records of maintenance history

It is important that medical gas maintenance is carried out by qualified professionals with the necessary expertise and training. The maintenance activities should be conducted in accordance with the relevant regulations and standards, such as those set by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO). Regular medical gas maintenance helps to ensure patient safety, prevent equipment failure, and maintain the integrity of the medical gas supply system.

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