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Proof sent to secretariat or FDIS ballot initiated: This part of ISO specifies safety requirements for pipeline systems used in healthcare facilities, both public and private. These issues are detailed and possibly audited by various international and national regulatory agencies, who have established sio and standards applying to medical gases, pipelines and related equipment, personnel and procedures.
This part of ISO specifies safety requirements for pipeline systems used in healthcare facilities, both public and private.
This demands safe systems to ensure correctness, adequacy, continuity and quality of the gases. NOTE 3 This part of ISO may also be used as reference for pipeline systems for medical gases and vacuum intended to be installed in places other than healthcare facilities.
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NOTE 4 A mixture of oxygen 93 and oxygen may be delivered by a medical gas supply system. It applies to all facilities providing healthcare services regardless of type, size, location or range of services, including, but not limited to:.
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