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MEDGAS

PLUMBING MEDGAS EXAM

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Area alarm systems A warning system within an area of use that provides continuous visible and audible surveillance level one and level II medical gas and vacuum system
Level III alarm system A warning system within an area of use that provides continuous visible and not audible surveillance of level III medical gas systems
Local alarm system A warning system that provides continuous visible and audio surveillance of medical gas and vacuum system source equipment at the equipment site
Master alarm system A warning system that monitors the operation and condition of the source of supply the reserve source if any and the pressure in the mainline Savitski medical gas and vacuum piping system
Alternative power source One or more generator sets or two battery systems where permitted, intended to provide power during the interruption of normal electrical service or the public utility electrical service intended to provide power during interruption of service normally pr
Area of administration Any point within a room within 4.3 m (15 feet) of oxygen equipment or an enclosure containing or intended to contain an oxygen-rich atmosphere. (GAS)
Bulk system Assembly of equipment such as this storage containers pressure regulators pressure relief devices vaporizers manifolds and interconnecting piping that terminates at the source valve of oxygen or 1452 kg parentheses 3200 pounds and parentheses of nitrous o
Container A low-pressure, vacuum-insulated vessel containing gases in liquid form. (GAS)
Cylinder A supply tank containing high-pressure gases or gas mixtures at pressures that can be in excess of 2000 PSI gauge (13.8 kPa guage) (GAS)
D. I. S. S. Connector A system of non-interchangeable medical gas and vacuum connectors Come flying with CGA V –5, Diameter index safety system (non-interchangeable low-pressure connections for medical gas applications) (PIP)
Emergency oxygen supply connection And assembly of appointment which permits a gas supplier to make a temporary connection to supply oxygen into a building which has had its normal source of oxygen disconnected.(PIP)
Governing body The person or persons who have the overall legal responsibility for the operation of a healthcare facility. (ADM)
Hospital A building or portion thereof used on a 24 basis for the medical, psychiatric, obstetrical, or surgical care of four or more inpatient. [101, 2003] (ADM)
Instrument air instrument air is intended for the powering of medical devices unrelated to human respiration e.g. cervical told ceiling alarms medical air and instrument air are distinct systems for mutually exclusive applications and Serer is a medical support gas that
Laboratory A building space room or group of rooms intended to serve activities involving procedures for investigation, diagnosis, or treatment which flammable combustible or oxidizing materials are to be used
Laboratory work Area A room or space for testing, analysis, research, instruction, or similar activities that involve the use of chemicals this work area may or may not be enclosed
Level 1 Medical Piped Gas and Vacuum Systems System serving occupancies or interruption of the piped medical gas and vacuum system replaced patients in imminent danger of morbidity were mortality. (PIP)
Level 2 Medical Pipe Gas and Vacuum Systems System serving on you for interruption of piped medical Gas and vacuum systems to place patients at manageable risk of morbidity or mortality
Level III compressed air system A system component parts, including, but not limited to, air compressor, motor, receiver, controls, filters, dryers, valves, and piping, that delivers compressed air (<160 psi gauge) to power devices (Hand tools,cleaning devices etc.) as a power source.
Level III piped gas systems Systems servicing occupancies were in irruption of the piped medical gas would terminate procedures but would not place patients at risk of morbidity or mortality
Limited care facility A building or portion of a building used on 24 hour basis for the housing of Four or more persons who are incapable of self-preservation because of age; physical limitations due to accident or illness or the cases such as medical retardation/developmental
Local Signal A visible indication of the operating status of equipment. ( Red, green, yellow)
Medical Air Medical air is air supply from cylinders, both containers, and medical air compressors, or has been reconstituted from oxygen USP and oil free, dry nitrogen NF
Medical/ Dental Office A building or part thereof which the following occur: (1) Examinations and minor treatments/procedures are performed under the The continuous provision of a medical/dental professionals; (2) Only sedation of local and Tesia is involved and treatment or pr
Medical Support Gas Piped gases such as nitrogen and instrument air that are used to support medical procedures by operating medical – surgical tools, equipment booms, pendants, and similar medical support application.
Medical – Surgical Vacuum A method used to provide a source of drainage, aspiration, inception in order to remove body fluids from patients.
Negative Pressure Pressure less than then atmospheric.(GAS)
Nursing Home A building or portion of the building used on a 24-hour basis for the housing and nursing care of four or more persons who, because of medical and physical incapacity, might be unable to provide for their own needs and safety without the assistance of ano
Oxygen An element that, and atmospheric temperatures and pressures, exist as colorless, odorless, tasteless gas.(GAS)
Patient Medical Gas Type gases such as oxygen, notchers oxide, helium, carbon dioxide, and medical air that are used in the application of human respiration and the calibration of medical devices used for human respiration. (PIP)
Piping The tubing or conduit Of the system. The three general classes of piping are the main lines, risers, and branch (lateral lines) (PIP)
Branch (Lateral) Llining Those sections or portions of the piping system that serve a room or group of rooms on the same story of the facility. PIP
Main Lines The piping that connects The source (pumps, receivers etc.) to the risers or branches, or both. (PIP)
Risers The vertical pipes connecting the system main line (s) with the branch lines on various levels of the facility. PIP
Reserve Supply Where existing, the portion of the supply Clementa automatically supplies the system in the event of failure of the operating supply. The reserve supply only functions in an emergency and not as a normal operating procedure. (PIP)
Scavenging An alternate term for WAGD often applied in level III. (PIP)
SCFM Standard cubic feet per minute. PIP
Station Inlet An inlet point in a piped medical/surgical vacuum distribution system at which the user makes connections and disconnections. (PIP)
Station Outlet An outlet point in a piped medical gas distribution system at which the user makes connections and disconnections. PIP
Operating Supply The portion of the supply system that normally supplies the piping systems. The operating system consist of a primary supply or a primary and secondary supply. (PIP)
Primary Supply That portion of the source equipment that actually supplies the system. (PIP)
Reserve Supply Where provided, that position of the source equipment that automatically supplies the system in the event of failure of the primary and second secondary operating supply. (PIP)
Secondary Supply Where provided, that position of the source equipment that automatically supplies the system when the primary supply becomes exhausted. (PIP)
Support Gas Nitrogen or instrument air that is used to support medical procedures by operating medicals – surgical tools, equipment booms, pendants, and similar devices, and are not respired as part of any treatment. (PIP)
Waste Anesthetic Gas Disposal (WAGD) The process of capturing and carrying away gasses Bennett from the patient's breathing circuit during the normal operation of gas anesthesia or equipment. PIP
Wherever the terms medical gas or medical vacuum occur, the provisions shall apply to all types systems for oxygen and nitrous oxide medical air carbon dioxide helium medical – surgical vacuum waste anesthetic gas disposal and Mixtures thereof. Wherever t TRUE
WAGD Waste Anesthetic Gas Disposal
Central Supply System Identification and Labeling Level I sources
Wherever the term medical gas occurs in level III, the term shall apply to all piped systems of nitrous oxide and oxygen ONLY TRUE
Only Cylinders and containers constructed, tested, and maintained in accordance with the U.S. Department of Transportation specifications and regulations shall be permitted to be used TRUE
Liquid containers shall have additional product identification visible from all directions with a minimum of 51mm(2 inches) high letters such as 360° wraparound shades for medical liquid containers TRUE
Contents of cylinders and cryogenic liquid containers shall be verified prior to use. TRUE
Only gas cylinders, reusable shipping containers, and their accessories shall be permitted to be stored in rooms containing central supply systems shall be stoerd with gas cylinders. TRUE
No flammable materials, cylinders containing flammable gases, or containers containing flammable liquids shall be stored in rooms with gas cylinders TRUE
Cylinders containing compressed gases and containers for volatile liquids shall be kept away from radiators, steam piping, and like sources of heat. TRUE
What Central supply system shall be permitted to be located together in the same OUTDOOR enclosure? (1). Manifolds for gas cylinders without reserve supply (2). Manifolds For gas cylinders with reserve supply. (3). Manifolds for cryogenic liquid containers (4). Bulk cryogenic liquid systems
What Central supply system shall be permitted to be located together in the same INDOOR enclosure? (1). Medical air compressor supply sources (2). Medical – surgical vacuum sources (3). Place anesthetic gas disposal (WAGD) sources (4). Instrument air compressor sources (5). Any other compressor, vacuum pump, o
Indoor locations for Oxygen, nitrous oxide, and mixtures of these gases shall not communicate with the following: (1). Areas involved in critical patient care (2). Anesthetizing locations (3). Location storing flammables (4). Rooms containing open electrical contacts or transformers (5). Storage tanks for flammable or combustible liquids (6). Engines (7). Kitc
Cylinders in use and in storage shall be prevented from reaching temperatures in excess of? 54°C (103°F)
Central supply systems for nitrous oxide and carbon dioxide using cylinders or portable containers shall be prevented from reaching temperatures lower than the recommendations of the central supplies systems manufacturer shall never be lower than? -7°C (20°F) or greater than 54°C (130°F)
Central supply systems for oxygen with a total capacity connected and in storage of 566,335 (20,000 ft3) or more standard temperature and pressure (STP) shall comply with what Code? NFPA 50
Central supply systems for nitrous oxide with a total capacity connected in the storage of 1451 kg (3200lb) or more shall comply with code? CGA G-81
Design and construction Locations for central supply systems and the storage of positive pressure gases show me the following requirements: (1). Deconstructive with access to move cylinders, equipment, and so forth, and out of the location on hand trucks complying with 9.5.3.1.1 of NFPA 99 (2). Be secured with lockable doors or gates or otherwise secured (3). If outsource, be provided with
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