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Thousands of clinics, hospitals, nursing homes and other healthcare facilities use medical gases like Nitrogen to preserve vital blood and tissue, Helium for MRIs, and Oxygen and respiratory therapy gases to help patients breathe.  Our customers expect the highest quality medical gases and equipment, and the most comprehensive service — which we can deliver. 

Medical Gases Include:

Carbon Dioxide USP

Carbon Dioxide is used for insufflation and can also be combined with oxygen or air for respiratory simulation.

Carbon Monoxide

Carbon Monoxide is used in trace amounts as an ingredient for testing how well the lungs exchange gases (lung diffusion testing).

Helium USP and Heliox USP

Mixtures containing helium USP are used for the treatment of fixed partial upper obstruction or increased airway resistance, helping patients breathe easier. In its liquefied form it is used to help MRI machines reach a superconductance state to produce high-resolution images of the body without radiation exposure. 

Medical Air USP

Medical air USP is used in the ICU, NICU and PICU areas, and with pulmonary nebulizers to reduce the risk of excess oxygen in the lungs or other body tissue (hyperoxia) during mechanical ventilation or surgical procedures. 

Nitrogen NF

Nitrogen NF is used in pre-flight lung testing to measure the response time of a person to a simulated aircraft cabin environment (hypoxic challenge testing), to power medical devices, as a cryogen to freeze and preserve blood, tissue, and other biological specimens, and to freeze and destroy diseased tissue in cryosurgery and dermatology. 

Nitrous Oxide USP

Nitrous Oxide USP is used in the healthcare industry as an adjunct to anesthesia and an analgesic. 

Oxygen USP

We provide USP grade oxygen and bulk oxygen storage equipment to medical facilities, for the prevention and treatment of insufficient oxygen in the blood (hypoxia and hypoxemia).  

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