Air Liquide Healthcare installs Medical Air Machine at South African hospital


A state-of-the-art Medical Air system has been installed by Air Liquide Healthcare at Netcare’s Moot General Hospital in Pretoria, South Africa.

This type of system may have been in operation in many of Europe’s top hospitals for some time, but the development represents the first South African and African installation and brings with it several advantages both to patients and the hospital.

The Medical Air system, which is already compliant to the proposed SANS (South African National Standard) and ISO 7396.1, produces clean, dry pharmaceutical quality medical air that assists in the recovery process and treatment of patients.

The new Medical Air system was installed at Moot General Hospital in October 2009, following an initial analysis and survey by Air Liquide Healthcare.

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