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About Med Gas

The Director

Murray Lonergan, Director, founded MedGas in 2000

Murray is well-qualified to run MedGas. He began his career by completing an apprenticeship in engineering and then worked in plant maintenance for 15 years, firstly in the timber industry and then at Auckland and Greenlane Hospitals, before enrolling in a medical gas training course to become a certified medical gas installer.

See Murray’s Medical Gas Supplier qualifications below.

Murray

Medical Gas Pipe System Qualifications

Trained Authorised Person

Murray studied in the UK at a purpose built facility for medical gas training to become an authorised medical gas installer.

Murray qualified

as an Authorised Person for Medical Gas Pipe Systems, MPGS, and the management of fixed medical gas pipelines in line with HTM 02-01.

Fully Certified

In 2002 Murray returned to the UK to gain a certificate as a Medical Gas Pipe System Quality Controller.

What It Means

He is permitted to test and certify medical gas systems, medical gas pipes and medical gas quality.

On Home Turf

Murray has done gas training courses in New Zealand for medical gas pipe system installation, maintenance and repair.

Continual Medical Gas Training

Murray has also done a refresher medical gas training course as an Authorised Person for medical gas pipe systems, MGPS.

Health Care

It is vital that patients receive safe, high quality care.

MedGas has been ensuring the safe delivery of medical gases to medical facilities in and around Auckland for 15 years.

MedGas installs and maintains medical gas systems delivering piped Oxygen (O2), Nitrous oxide (N2O), Medical air 4 bar, Medical air 7 bar (surgical tool gas), Entonox (50% O2 & 50% N2O) Vacuum (Suction) and AGSS Anesthetic Gas Scavange System.

Medical Gases

Medical gases perform a critical role in health care delivery and are used in a variety of locations.

A medical gas pipeline system (MGPS) is used in health care facilities to provide a safe, convenient and cost-effective delivery system of medical gases to the clinical and nursing staff at the point-of-use: patients.

Oxygen is one of the most extensively used gases and is used for respiratory therapy, life-support and in anaesthetic procedures. Gas pipeline installations also deliver medical air which is mainly used in respiratory therapy, as a power source for patient ventilators, and for blending with oxygen. Medical air is usually supplied from a compressed air plant that utilises high-quality drying and filtration equipment. Surgical air (of medical air quality) is also used, at a higher pressure, to power a variety of surgical tools and other devices such as tourniquets.

Nitrous oxide is used for anaesthetic and analgesic purposes and a helium/oxygen mixture is used to treat patients with respiratory or airway obstruction and to relieve symptoms and signs of respiratory distress.

Medical Gas Pipeline System

Safe medical gas supply throughout medical facilities is carried by a medical gas pipeline system (MGPS). The medical gas system reduces the problems associated with the localised use of gas cylinders such as safety, transporting, storage and noise. Patient safety is paramount in the design, installation, and operation of medical gas pipeline systems.

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