For small and medium sized hospitals, we offer Oxygen in high-pressure gas cylinders and liquid medical oxygen containers (Portable Cryogenic Containers) in a variety of sizes.
For medical oxygen we offer cylinders in the following sizes:
|Oxygen Cylinders||5L water capacity – 10L water capacity – 47L water capacity|
|Gas capacity in CUM||0.8496 – 1.699 – 6.796|
|Valve Operation||Pin index – Side and top outlet – Side and top outlet|
|Cylinder pressure full (bar)||137 – 137 – 137|
Uses Oxygen Cylinders
• Provides a basis for most anesthetic techniques including pre and post-operative management.
• To restore the tissue oxygen tension towards normal by improving oxygen available in a wide range of conditions
• In the resuscitation of the critically.
• In neo-natal resuscitation.
• Carbon monoxide poisoning.
Medical Oxygen (O2)
Vital to human life, oxygen is widely used in medical facilities to aid in patient care, for resuscitation and curing, and prevention of hypoxemia and hypoxia. Several other medical conditions require the use of medical oxygen to sustain life including cardiovascular and respiratory arrest, severe haemorrhage, shock and trauma, carbon monoxide poisoning and cyanosis.
Medical oxygen is supplied in liquefied and gaseous form. When supplied in liquefied form it is administered by vaporizing the liquid to a gas at ambient temperature and delivered for inhalation through lungs.
Life support gas is given to oxygen-deficient patients, artificially ventilated patients As part of the fresh gas supply in anesthesia or intensive care Used in clinical practice to provide a basis for most modern anesthetic techniques including pre and post-operative management.
Specifications – Standards European Pharmacopeia 1999 – Pakistan Oxygen
Standard Oxygen purity – 99.5% (min) – 99.5% (min)
Moisture – < 67 vpm – < 50 vpm
Carbon dioxide – < 300 vpm – < 300 vpm
Carbon monoxide – < 5 vpm – < 5 vpm
None – None – None