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What is a hospital-at-home program?

A hospital-at-home program is a healthcare service that allows patients to receive acute medical care in the comfort of their own homes rather than in a traditional hospital setting. The program is designed to provide the same level of care and treatment that patients receive in a hospital but in a more personalized and familiar environment.

DISS Medical Gas Outlets

Medical Air and its Use in Healthcare: A Comprehensive Guide

Medical air is a type of compressed air used in the healthcare industry to provide respiratory support and other medical treatments. Medical air systems are designed to provide a safe and sterile environment for medical professionals to perform their duties. It is produced by compressing ambient air and then filtering it to remove impurities, such as dust and moisture. Medical air must be free from contaminants and meet specific purity standards to ensure its safety for patient use.

Medical Gas Pipeline Equipment

Medical Gas Equipment Market Outlook

The medical gas equipment market is expected to increase by $3.79 billion by 2025. Increasing product innovations will fuel the growth of the global medical gas equipment market. End-users in the medical gas equipment market require customizable solutions for different applications. Hence, vendors have developed innovative products that installers can customize. Customization without compromising product quality is a popular strategy followed by vendors. Currently, Tri-Tech Medical has multiple patented innovations.

Emergency Medical Gas Valves

The Legal Implications of Shutting Off Emergency Medical Gas Valves and Who May Do So

Emergency medical gas valves are an essential safety feature in hospitals and other healthcare facilities. During emergencies, such as fires or other hazards, they cut off the flow of medical gases. Shutting off the emergency medical gas valves is a critical part of hospital safety protocols, as it helps to ensure that patients and staff remain safe during emergencies.

Everything You Need to Know about Medical Gas Systems

Everything You Need to Know about Medical Gas Systems

A medical gas system is a network of equipment and devices used to deliver gases to patients and/or medical staff. To provide the best care possible, hospitals must have a reliable and safe supply of oxygen, nitrous oxide, nitric oxide, and other gases used in patient care. Medical gas systems can be used in different settings such as hospitals, nursing homes, surgery centers, and home care environments. Continue reading for everything you need to know about medical gas systems!

Medical Gas Zone Valve Boxes

Medical Gas Zone Valve Replacement

Recently, a very unique, challenging and costly medical gas zone valve maintenance project was undertaken and completed at Cleveland Clinic. Because many medical gas systems installed in our older buildings are dated, some of the components did not meet current NFPA 99, Standard for Health Care Facilities, requirements.

Liquid X Liquid Manifold

Pros & Cons of Liquid Vessels

NFPA 99 outlines three manifold design alternatives for Category I and II facilities. Two of the manifold alternatives incorporated liquid vessels. The intent of this article is to point out the pros and cons of liquid vessels to help with your manifold decision making and trouble-shooting.

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