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medical gas 

GASTROENTEROLOGY

A generic term for any gas produced by a living system or maintained at a higher pressure on one side of a sphincter

HOSPITAL PRACTICE

A generic term for any of the gases–CO2 (50 psi), nitrogen (175 psi), nitrous oxide (50 psi), O2 (55 psi), and medical air (55 psi) which are piped into critical locations–OR, critical care unit, ICU, in hospitals and healthcare facilities.

Synonym Gas used in medicine

Reference http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medical_gas_supply

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