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P-83: Guidelines for Cleaning Externally Contaminated Medical Gas Containers

Medical gas containers can become externally contaminated due to their use in healthcare facilities and home care settings. They can also become contaminated as a result of natural disasters such as floods, hurricanes, fires, or earthquakes. This guideline addresses the handling and external condition of medical gas containers and the removal of contaminants from these containers.

The internal condition or product quality of the container is not addressed in this publication.
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Edition:
1
Published:
August 2019
Status:
Available To the Public
Size:
4 pages
Publisher:
CGA
Special Attributes:
Harmonized
Notes:
NOW AVAILABLE AT NO CHARGE TO CUSTOMERS.
Harmonized with EIGA Doc 222
Committee:
Safety and Health