High Pressure Nitrogen (N2) Dispensing Equipment
Fast-Nurse Healthcare Accreditation Consultants provide special consideration to the placement of the nitrogen outlets. The primary use of nitrogen gas in hospitals is for the administration of Anesthesia and driving turbo-surgical instruments. The "Turbo Surgical" instruments are required to have different nitrogen-gas pressure levels available. For this reason, Fast-Nurse Accreditation Consultants work with the engineer to provide an adjustable pressure-regulating device near the nitrogen gas outlet and assist with the installation of a nitrogen control panel in the operating room. The installation allows for access and adjustment of pressure settings by a surgical nurse. Fast Nurse Accreditation Consultants assist with "Ceiling Piping" from the nitrogen control panel to provide a convenient source of nitrogen for surgical tools. This installation design prevents hoses from being located on the floor or between the wall outlet and the operating table. Excess hose can be obstructive to the surgical team. Find out more.
Medical Equipment for Export
Fast Nurse Healthcare Purchasing Consulting specializes in obtaining hard to get medical equipment and medical supplies for Hospitals outside the U.S.A. Fast Nurse Healthcare Consulting does not participate with every request for medical Equipment prices. Instead, Fast-Nurse Purchasing Consulting is knowledgeable regarding which Medical Supplies should be purchased used, and which Medical Equipment should be purchased new and/or from the manufacturer that offers a substantial Warranty and provides Maintenance and repairs to your Medical equipment if necessary. Fast Nurse Purchasing Consulting is knowledgeable about which Medical Products and Medical Supplies are available for Foreign Hospitals direct from the Manufacturer or Equipment Distributor. Purchasing Direct from an authorized Distributor or Direct from the Manufacturer ensures that your Warranty is acknowledged.
Fast Nurse Healthcare Purchasing Consulting notices that Foreign Hospitals sometimes pay up too fourteen times the cost of the exact or similar product in the U.S.A. Other companies are not qualified to sell many medical products because they have never used the item. However, Fast Nurse Healthcare Purchasing Consulting has Twenty-two years of Operating Room and Patient Care experience and skills that has allowed Fast Nurse Purchasing Consulting to be successful in substituting Medical Products without the discern of Physicians, Nurses and Staff. Find out more regarding Fast Nurse Medical Supplies for Export and Purchasing Consulting.
Emergency Power System for Healthcare
The Geneforce Emergency Power System is a "Gas-Free", Solar Rechargeable Indoor Generator perfect for Office Buildings and locations where gas is prohibited or not practical. The Geneforce Emergency Power System does not rely on gas and, thus is safe for indoors. Plug equipment directly into the Geneforce Emergency Power System outlets. Next plug the Geneforce Emergency Power System into any wall outlet. When a power failure occurs, the Geneforce will automatically provide power to your equipment. When the power is restored, the Geneforce Emergency Power System will automatically resume charging. The Geneforce Emergency Power System arrives fully charged and ready to work. The Geneforce Emergency Power System does not require Maintenance, Installation nor Permits. The Geneforce Emergency Power System Meets requirements for NFPA Type I Essential Electrical Systems for Ambulatory Surgical Center Accreditation as defined by NFPA 99-111 .
Do not be fooled by Imitations. The smallest Geneforce Emergency Power System provides the Two Hour minimum Backup Power requirement for Operating Room Emergency Power Systems. When a Power Failure occurs, the Operating Surgeon has sufficient time to complete a procedure, obtain Optimal Results, and avoid "Bringing Back the patient" for another day of Unnecessary Anesthesia, Anesthesia Provider Fee's and Staff required to Circulate, Scrub and Recover a patient. The Geneforce Emergency Power System gives you "Peace of Mind". Fast-Nurse's Team of O.R. Registered Nurses are Risk Management Consulting experts and avoid any possible litigation by following Accreditation Requirements to their fullest interpretation.
International Healthcare JCI Accreditation
For International Hospitals "outside the USA" to be Competitive, Reduce Liability, Increase Profits and Reduce Injuries to patients, it is critical that an International Hospital seek JCI Accreditation Consulting and implement Protocols and Procedures that adhere to the highest Standards of Care when compared to the most prestigious Hospitals in the United States. Imagine all the extra business you can receive and all of the Patient's that may travel to your Hospital after hearing your Hospital has obtained JCI Accreditation and is held to same Standards of Care that JCAHO Accreditation Hospitals in the United States are accountable too. Fast Nurse JCI Accreditation Consulting prepares your Hospital for Joint Commission JCI Accreditation by guiding each Hospital Department Director and Manager through the process of performing day to day operations with in a manner that creates accountability and promotes smooth integration of evidence-based processes contained in the JCI Protocols and Procedure manuals that Guide Leaders, Practitioners and staff through delivery optimal healthcare services. Fast Nurse JCI Accreditation Consulting performs teaching of staff in every aspect of Healthcare from caring for Patients to Leadership Responsibilities.
Fast Nurse JCI Accreditation Consulting is Proficient in many languages and features a Business Model that has been Reproduced continuously with consistent Successful Results. Fast Nurse JCI Accreditation Consulting interprets Standards of Care into Protocol and Procedures that are then implemented and further evaluated for Outcomes. Fast Nurse JCI Accreditation Consultants are available for Complimentary Evaluations of your Hospital and/or Ambulatory Care Center. Fast Nurse JCI Accreditation Consulting works in Association with Joint Commission Specialist to facilitate the JCI Accreditation and Teaching Process involved for JCI Hospital Accreditation. Find Out more about services Fast Nurse JCI Accreditation Consulting offered to International Healthcare Facilities and Hospitals.
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Healthcare Accreditation Consulting
Fast-Nurse Healthcare Accreditation Consultants assist Business Owners and Physicians with obtaining Certification for Office Based Surgery Centers, Ambulatory Surgery Centers and Home Health Agencies . Unlike other Accreditation Consulting Companies, Fast-Nurse Healthcare Accreditation Consulting "Physically Stand Beside You" during your Inspection. Even more, Fast-Nurse Healthcare Accreditation Consulting assist Facility Owners assist with the Purchasing of Instruments, Operating Room Equipment, Pharmaceuticals, Emergency Power Sources, Bio-Medical Waste Disposal, Medical Gas Services at Group Purchasing Organization Prices.
Fast-Nurse Healthcare Accreditation Consulting quickly prepares Office Surgery Accreditation and may be capable of obtaining temporary authorization from the Board of Medicine to perform Level II and Level III Surgical Procedures in-office before the Board of Medicine has performed their preliminary On-Site Inspection of your office. The temporary authorization from the Board of Medicine allows you to begin performing Level II ( IV Sedation ) and Level III ( General Anesthesia ) procedures as long as you have the necessary equipment, staff and documents in place to proceed without the Board of Medicine Inspection.
Fast-Nurse Healthcare Accreditation Consulting assist you in determining the operating rooms electrical power needs, each equipment necessary in the Operating Room for the procedures you perform and Fast-Nurse Healthcare Accreditation Consulting helps gather the necessary documents, floor plans and Disposables to begin performing your first procedures. Find out more: regarding Fast Nurse Healthcare Accreditation Consulting Complimentary Facility Evaluations.
Risk Management for Healthcare
Fast-Nurse Risk Management Consulting has Twenty-four years of experience in the Healthcare Field and has authored over Twenty-Five Protocol and Procedure manuals for JCAHO Ambulatory Surgery Accreditation, Office Based Surgery Accreditation and JCAHO Home Health Agency Accreditation.
Fast-Nurse Risk Management Consulting assists Facility owners with authoring & developing Bylaws for the benefit of the Organization.
Fast-Nurse Risk Management Consulting can bring Your Facility "Up to Date" with Documentation, Risk Management Drills, Peer Review, Surgical Logs and More.
Fast-Nurse Risk Management Consulting gathers information about your Practice, Assesses the Potential for Risks and Implements a Quality Improvement Program to address issues and concerns regarding Patients, Practitioners, the Facility and Business Owners.
Fast-Nurse Risk Management Consulting offers quick service for updating Risk management Documents and performing Quality Improvement tasks that involve Office Based Surgery Certification or Ambulatory Surgery Accreditation Inspections. Fast-Nurse Risk Management Consulting has a Team of experienced Registered Nurses that perform teaching to Staff, Practitioners and Business Owners regarding Patient Safety, Work Flow, Redundancies, Legal Aspects and Risks for Liabilities. In addition, Fast-Nurse Risk Management Consulting proposes cost saving tactics that are aimed at reducing costs and increasing Performance. Find out more regarding Risk Management Consulting and obtaining a Complimentary Facility Inspection and Proposal of Services.
Hospital Purchasing Consultants
Is your Hospital in the "Red"? Fast-Nurse Purchasing Consulting receives no payment if you do not save Money. You do not have to reach in your pocket and give us any money. We make money off of what we can save you. Fast-Nurse Purchasing Consulting develops highly strategic, vendor relationships that best addresses the hospitals needs. Fast-Nurse Purchasing Consulting accomplishes this by utilizing it broad sales and purchasing experience and combining it with a clinical background in medicine and manufacturing of goods. As a result, Fast Nurse’s evidence-based process improves margins, cash flow, quality of care and patient satisfaction. Moreover, Fast-Nurse Purchasing Consulting becomes an extension of the Material’s Management Department and assists in processing purchase orders above four thousand dollars.
Fast-Nurse Purchasing Consulting provides assistance to the Director of Information Technology by negotiating prices for services and equipment required to keep up with the times. Fast-Nurse Purchasing Consulting negotiates services and Parts for the Plant Operations Department. Fast-Nurse Purchasing Consulting assists the Director of Surgery with analyzing high costs, finding comparative services or Items and assist in bringing strategic vendors in communication with Operating Room Surgeons to substitute medical supplies and equipment for lower cost items with equal quality. Fast-Nurse Purchasing Consulting are at the Top of the Game when it comes to Purchasing Transportation Buses and obtaining Financing with unlimited mileage. Find out more about Fast-Nurse Purchasing Consulting, our Services and Outcomes.
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Fast-Nurse Interprets requirements for Medical Gas & Vacuum Systems for Healthcare Facilities & Operating Rooms
Fast-Nurse Healthcare Accreditation Consulting provides assistance to Engineers, Architects and Business Owners with determining the proper Medical Gas, HVAC Installation and Hospital Vacuum System to meet their needs. Also, Fast-Nurse Accreditation Consultants provide assistance with determining which Medical Gas and Vacuum System meets NFPA requirements and Accreditation Requirements for the Joint Commission JCAHO, AAAHC, AAAASF and the Board of Medicine. Hospital facilities must be specially designed to meet the applicable local code requirements, and the health-care needs of the community it serves, the medical-gas and vacuum piping systems must also be designed to meet the specific requirements of each hospital.
When designing Medical Gas, HVAC Installation and Hospital Vacuum Systems, Fast-Nurse Healthcare Accreditation Consulting focuses on providing a safe and sufficient flow at required pressures to the medical-gas outlet or inlet terminals served. Fast-Nurse Healthcare Accreditation Consulting ensures that the Medical Gas, HVAC Installation and Hospital Vacuum System design and layout allows convenient access to outlet/inlet terminals, valves, and equipment during Patient Care or Emergencies. Fast-Nurse Healthcare Accreditation Consulting focuses on design parameters and the current Standards of Care required for the design of nonflammable medical-gas and vacuum systems used in therapeutic and anesthetic care. Fast-Nurse Healthcare Accreditation Consulting assists Plumbing Engineers with determining the Physical Plant Requirements for Ambulatory Surgery Accreditation, Office Surgery Accreditation, Hospital Accreditation and health-care staff Safety.
Fast-Nurse Healthcare Accreditation Consulting assists Electrical Contractors and Engineers with determining the proper and adequate Medical Gas, HVAC Installation and Vacuum System required for Ambulatory Surgery Centers, Laboratory's and Healthcare Facilities in each State. Fast-Nurse Healthcare Accreditation Consulting has authored over twenty-five Protocol & Procedure Manuals by interpreting three hundred and sixty Standards of Care set forth by the Joint Commission JCAHO regarding Ambulatory Surgery Accreditation. Fast-Nurse Healthcare Consulting is knowledgeable in determining which Medical Gas and Vacuum Systems are required for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery Centers and Operating Rooms in each State. Fast-Nurse Healthcare Accreditation Consultants work closely with the Joint Commission JCAHO, AAAHC, AAAASF, DNV, HFAP and the Board of Medicine to ensure that requirements are met when installing High-pressure cylinder manifolds ( O2, N2O or N2 ), Vacuum pumps ( VAC ), Medical-air compressors (MA), Zone valves, Isolation valves, Master alarms and more. In addition, Fast-Nurse Healthcare Accreditation Consultants assist Engineers and contractors with Calculating the anticipated peak demands for each medical-gas system.
Fast-Nurse Healthcare Accreditation Consulting ensures that Standards of Care and the Physical Plant Requirements for Ambulatory Surgery Centers are properly implemented and that the Ambulatory Surgery Center passes Accreditation inspection on their initial visit.
Find out more regarding:
Medical-Gas System Design NFPA Requirements
Calculating NFPA Requirements and peak demands for each Medical-Gas system
Determining NFPA Requirements and Medical Gas & Vacuum Stations
Minimum flow rates and NFPA Requirements for proper functioning of Equipment
NFPA Requirements for Design and Emergency conditions
Determination NFPA Requirements for Medical-Gas Dispensing Equipment
NFPA Requirements for Medical-Gas Storage and Containment
NFPA Requirements for High-pressure nitrogen (N2) dispensing equipment
NFPA Requirements for Cylinder-manifold supply systems
Medical-Gas Flow Rates
Fast-Nurse Healthcare Accreditation Consultants assist Electrical Contractors and Engineers with calculating the minimum flow rates for the proper functioning of connected equipment under design and emergency conditions. Fast-Nurse Healthcare Accreditation Consultants assist Electrical Contractors and Engineers with implementing a diversity, or simultaneous-use factor, which is used to allow for the fact that not all of the stations will be used at once. It is used to reduce the system flow rate in conjunction with the total connected load for sizing mains and branch piping to all parts of the distribution system. Also, Fast-Nurse Healthcare Accreditation Consultants assist Electrical Contractors and Engineers with calculating the total demand for medical-gas systems as a function of time of day, month, patient-care requirements, and facility type. Find out more.
Surgery Center Design & Floor Plans
Fast-Nurse Accreditation Consulting prepares Healthcare Facilities for Office Surgery Center Accreditation by the Joint Commission JCAHO, AAAASF, AAAHC and the State Board of Medicine. Fast-Nurse Accreditation Consulting is available to assist Healthcare Facility Owners with choosing a location, Creating Floor plans, Directing construction Contractors, Determining Electrical Requirements for Operating Rooms, Submission of Construction Plans to Centers of Medicare and Medicaid ( CMS ), Purchasing of Backup Power, Creation of Protocol and Procedure Manuals and Much more. Fast-Nurse Accreditation Consulting creates Floor Plans that are unrivaled. Fast-Nurse Accreditation Consulting creates optimal Floor Plans because Fast Nurse Accreditation Consulting has Twenty-five years of clinical experience working Hands-on in an Ambulatory Surgery Center, Office Based Surgery Centers and Hospital settings. Fast-Nurse Accreditation Consulting views your current layout and ideas and expands on it with detail taking consideration for the Physical Plant Requirements for Ambulatory Surgery Centers by Joint Commission JCAHO Accreditation, NFPA Type 1 Systems, and CMS Deemed Status Accreditation. Fast-Nurse Accreditation Consulting offers quick and affordable solutions for Designing, Constructing and Managing the Healthcare Facility you dream about. Find out more regarding Fast-Nurse Accreditation Consulting services for Office Surgery Centers.
Type 1 Essential Electrical System
The NFPA defines the need for a Type 1 essential electrical system as a facility with critical care areas or electrical life support systems. Any Type 1 essential electrical system must have emergency electrical power. Whatever method of emergency power is used, the need for a supply of 60-HZ (AC) power to the essential electrical system must be established within 10 seconds of power failure. Battery-operated OR lights are required to prevent danger to a patient during the potential 10 seconds of darkness.
For ambulatory units that do not have electric life support systems or critical care areas, the NFPA defines the need for a Type 3 essential electrical system. A Type 3 system would require power for life safety and the termination of the current procedures. Life safety is battery power for lights, fire alarm systems, and emergency exits. The NFPA requires that the life safety power remain for 1.5 hours after interruption of normal power.
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Protocol & Procedure Manuals for Accreditation
From 1999 to 2003, Fast-Nurse interpreting three hundred and sixty Standards of Care set forth by the Joint Commission ( JCAHO ) regarding Ambulatory Surgery Centers, Office Based Surgery Centers and Home Health Agencies. The Protocol and Procedure manuals are genuine, authentic and were authored "In-house". After three years, Nine Protocol & Procedure Manuals were published in Printed and Electronic Form. Since then, Fast-Nurse has adapted the Protocol & Procedure Manuals to fit
The Joint Commission standards are the basis of an objective evaluation process that can help health care organizations measure, assess and improve performance. The standards focus on important patient, individual, or resident care and organization functions that are essential to providing safe, high quality care. The Joint Commission’s state-of-the-art standards set expectations for organization performance that are reasonable, achievable and surveyable.
Joint Commission standards are developed with input from health care professionals, providers, subject matter experts, consumers, government agencies (including the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services) and employers.
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Healthcare Resources & Information
Fast Nurse Accreditation Consulting provide Resources, Links and Information for Contractors, Architects, Engineers, Administrators, Physicians, Registered Nurses and Business Owners regarding Ambulatory Surgery Center Construction and Healthcare Accreditation. to facilitate the Design, Construction, Certification and obtaining an Emergency Power Source for your Office Based Surgery Center or Ambulatory Surgery Center. Fast Nurse Resources and Information Page provides valuable links to sources of information regarding submission of Ambulatory Surgery Center Construction Plans to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid ( CMS ) for obtaining a "Deemed Status". Fast Nurse Resources and Information Page provides Protocol and Procedure Manuals for Home Health Accreditation, Ambulatory Surgery Accreditation and Office Surgery Accreditation. Fast Nurse Healthcare Accreditation Consulting is available to answer questions and provide information regarding most types of Healthcare Practices. Fast Nurse Accreditation Consulting makes available Protocols and Procedures for implementing Standards of Care throughout your Healthcare Facility. Fast-Nurse Healthcare Accreditation Consulting is knowledgeable in the most important issues regarding Healthcare Costs, Liability, Patient Safety and Increasing Profits while reducing Costs. View some of Fast Nurse's Resources and Information regarding Office Based Surgery Accreditation Consultation and Ambulatory Surgery Center JCAHO Accreditation Consultation, AAAHC Accreditation Consultation, AAAASF Accreditation Consulting or the Board of Medicine Accreditation Consulting. In addition, View details about how Fast Nurse Accreditation Consulting Experts have performed for other facilities and where we place emphasis.
Operating Room Construction Guidelines
The number and size of the OR's in the unit must be determined first. Each OR should have a substerile room adjacent for entry and scrub sinks in the immediate area. There should be one scrub sink per two ORs. In the OR, there should be sufficient space for sterile supplies and equipment as well as an anesthesia machine (if desired) and anesthesia supplies. In general, approximately 3000 sq ft of surgery center space is needed for each OR, with each OR providing 1000-1500 cases per year. In addition, three preoperative and three postoperative bays per OR should be included in the design for maximum efficiency. The OR size should range from 14 × 16 to 14 × 20 sq ft. Find out more regarding Operating Room Design and Construction.
Medical-Gas Storage and Supply Systems
Fast-Nurse Healthcare Accreditation Consultants assist Electrical Contractors and Engineers with determining the storage capacity and the pipe sizing required and possible locations for the Medical Gas source. Fast-Nurse Healthcare Accreditation Consultants work within Local codes and references as well as the administrative authority having jurisdiction over medical-gas systems.
Fast-Nurse Healthcare Accreditation Consultants assist Electrical Contractors and Engineers with estimating the monthly consumption of oxygen in new or existing healthcare facilities by assessing the type of medical care provided, the number of oxygen outlets or number of patient beds, the future expansion of facility and in existing facilities, the approximate daily consumption.
Whether you are considering Bulk Oxygen Systems and/or Cylinder Manifold Supply Systems, Fast-Nurse Healthcare Accreditation Consultants are available to assist Electrical Contractors and Engineers with creating the perfect Medical Gas and Vacuum System for an Ambulatory Surgery Center or Hospital.
Medical Gas System Peak Demands
Fast-Nurse Healthcare Accreditation Consultants assist Electrical Contractors and Engineers with calculating the anticipated peak demands for each medical-gas system and determining the appropriate size of each particular section so as to avoid exceeding the maximum pressure drops allowed. In addition, Fast-Nurse Healthcare Accreditation Consultants assist Electrical Contractors and Engineers with selecting the size for various medical-gas and vacuum supply equipment that will handle the peak demands for each system, including future expansions. Also, Fast-Nurse Healthcare Accreditation Consultants assist Electrical Contractors and Engineers with determining if the capacities of the existing medical-gas supply systems are adequate to handle increased demands and if any of the existing valved systems could be used for an extension. Find out more.
Medical-Gas System Dispensing Equipment
Fast-Nurse Healthcare Accreditation Consultants assist Electrical Contractors and Engineers with determining the proper Outlet types and configurations that meet the requirements for local jurisdictional authority and NFPA 99 Codes. Fast-Nurse Healthcare Accreditation Consultants assist Electrical Contractors and Engineers with accurately coordinating the various pieces of medical-gas dispensing equipment with the architect and medical staff involved in the given project. If the project is a renovation, the outlet types should match existing equipment. For Fast-Nurse Healthcare Accreditation Consultants, it is very important that coordination be maintained by the engineer so that unnecessary duplication of work is avoided. Also, Fast-Nurse Healthcare Accreditation Consultants assist Contractors with purchasing. Gas-outlet sequence, center-line spacing, and multiple-gangservice outlets are some of the considerations to be taken into account when requesting information from the various equipment manufacturers. Find out more.
Legal Nurse Consulting
Fast-Nurse Legal Nurse Consulting Experts have experienced a Multi-Dimensional view of Healthcare by starting at the "bottom of the ladder" as Care Assistants, moving up to Scrub Techs, and eventually becoming Registered Nurse's, Administrators and Hospital Executives. With Twenty-three years of Healthcare Experience, Fast-Nurse Legal Nurse Consulting has witnessed events and scenarios that most Healthcare Workers only read about. Before Fast-Nurse's Legal Nurse Consulting Experts were Licensed as Registered Nurses, our Professionals Bathed, Fed, Dressed and viewed how the Disease Process consumes the Human Body on a Daily Basis. Watching the Disease Process in slow motion has allowed Fast-Nurse Legal Nurse Consulting to gain experience that just cannot be bought with a one month course certificate in Legal Nursing. Fast-Nurse Legal Nurse Consulting is knowledgeable regarding the correct manner of caring for a Patient on a daily basis. Fast-Nurse Legal Nurse Consulting "knows" the correct way of performing Assisted Living Activities and can Identify Negligence, Malpractice, Assault and Battery almost instantaneously.
After Twenty-four years of experience in the Healthcare field, Fast-Nurse's Legal Nurse Consulting has seen the way things were performed in the "Old Days" and how they supposed to be performed "now". Fast Nurse is a Leader in Legal Nurse Consulting because Fast-Nurse has the ability to view and decipher information to reveal the true facts of a scenario by just viewing notes and asking questions. Moreover, Fast-Nurse Legal Nurse Consulting has Authored over Twenty-five Protocols and Procedure Manuals by Interpreting three hundred and sixty Standards of Care set forth by the Joint Commission ( JCAHO ). Fast-Nurse Legal Nurse Consulting combines 24 years of Healthcare Experience with Military experience and, thus, performs a diligent review of the facts and discloses which Protocols & Procedure were not followed.
Next, Fast-Nurse Legal Nurse Consulting proposes the proper procedure for Caring of Patients, performing Therapeutic Treatments, Administration of Drugs and Implementation of Protocols . Fast-Nurse Legal Nurse Consulting offers a Complimentary Legal Consultation and review. Find out more regarding Fast-Nurse Legal Nurse Consulting.
Medical Gas & Vacuum System Guidelines
The National Fire Protection Association ( NFPA ) has set guidelines for electrical systems as well as medical gas and vacuum systems in the health care center. Their recommendations are the basis for a number of Joint Commission and CMS standards and regulations. Ambulatory ORs require level one or level two piped gas and vacuum systems. Most free-standing centers would be either level one or two since the administration of general anesthesia frequently occurs.
Each station must have an adequate flow rate for proper delivery to the patient and adequate functioning of connected equipment. All medical piped gases must be identified by a color coding system.
Medical gas and vacuum piping can be delivered through surgical ceiling columns.
The total oxygen needs and consumption for the facility must be calculated. One must consider the procedures done at the facility, number of oxygen stations, and the number of procedures to be performed monthly. Any facility requiring more than 35,000ft3/month must have a bulk storage system of oxygen. Those requiring less than 35,000 ft3/month can use a cylinder manifold system for oxygen supply. Find out more regarding Medical Gas and Vacuum Systems for Ambulatory Surgery Centers.
Medical-Gas System Designing
Fast-Nurse Healthcare Accreditation Consultants assist Electrical Contractors and Engineers with creating Medical Gas System Designs. Fast-Nurse Healthcare Accreditation Consultants assist Electrical Contractors and Engineers with determining which piped medical-gas systems are required? How many of each different type of medical-gas outlet/inlet terminal are required? Where should the outlet/inlet terminals be located for maximum efficiency and convenience? Which type and style of outlet/inlet terminal best meet the needs of the medical staff? Fast-Nurse Healthcare Accreditation Consultants assist Electrical Contractors and Engineers with determining how the medical-gas system should be sized and valved in order to accommodate any future expansion. In addition, Fast-Nurse Healthcare Accreditation Consultants assist Electrical Contractors and Engineers
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