Applied recognizes that the last several years have caused DME companies to make many changes in the way they do business. Market conditions have caused DME companies to look for more efficiency in their operations and try to reduce costs. Applied wants to help you. Refilling your own oxygen cylinders is a sure-fire way to cut your costs. By purchasing oxygen in bulk to transfill using either a gas to gas or liquid to gas oxygen refilling system per cylinder oxygen costs can be reduced by as much as 90%, sometimes more. Simply contact Applied and speak with one of our many professionals who offer years of experience in helping DME companies save money and reduce costs by designing an oxygen refilling program that fits your company needs and budget and show you how much you can really save by filling your own oxygen cylinders. Provide Applied with the number of cylinders that you have refilled each week and what you pay to have them filled and we will design a system for you. We are
When filling medical oxygen cylinders it is critically important now more than ever toperform pre-fill odor testingas part of the required nine (9) pre-fill checks.We wanted clarify and stress the importance ofthe absolute safety and regulatory requirement of pre-fill odor testing every medical oxygen and air cylinder prior to filling. The latest USP 99 monograph dropped the requirement forpostfilling odor testing, however we strongly recommend continuing to perform the post odor testing as well. Please review the pre-fill steps below and ensure you are following this cGMP requirement. Pre-Fill Inspection Verify hydrostatictest dateis current Aluminum cylinders must be within 5 years Steel cylinders must be within 10 years if star is present Verify correct cylindercolor In United States oxygen color is green In Canada and many other countries oxygen color is white Performhammer teston steel cylinder only. Aluminum cylinders are exempt. Strike outside of cylinder with a hammer
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 13, 2019 OxyGo Announces Oxygen EXPO2 2020- The Next Tech in Ambulatory Oxygen Orlando, FL (December 13, 2019) OxyGo, a company noted for providing high quality home healthcare oxygen products, announced that it will host its first Oxygen Expo. The Expo will have sessions hosted by experts focused on the future of respiratory in the home health industry. The 2020 Oxygen EXPO2 will be held January 21st at the OxyGo in Orlando, Fl. The Oxygen EXPO2 will present the best of what is new and next in the industry. Our 2020 expo will showcase a product mix of incredible depth and diversity spanning the oxygen and technology spectrum. says Victoria Marquard-Schultz, CEO of OxyGo. Innovations, introductions, ideations and discoveries will abound at the Oxygen EXPO2. The 2020 Show will feature sessions led by industry experts. Each session will range from one to two hours and will aim to deliver solutions to some of the industrys most pressing challenges
Traveling with OxyGo NEXT OxyGo NEXT uses the latest state-of-the-art technologies to make traveling with your portable oxygen concentrator easier than ever. OxyGo NEXT has user-replaceable batteries, sieve beds and an easy to read LCD display with simple controls. This makes travel a breeze whether in car, train, cruise ship or on a plane! Traveling with OxyGo NEXT is straightforward and simple. One reason is it so easy to travel with is because it meets all the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requirements for use onboard an airline. Tip: Check with Your Airline Before Your Flight It is important to note that all airlines have their own requirements when it comes to traveling with a POC. Prior to travel, you should check the website of the airline you are using, whether its a large carrier or a small regional airline. On their website they will have a section on traveling with medical equipment. There you can find the forms you will need to prepare before your travels.
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According to the CGMPs, each manifold filling sequence, each uninterrupted filling sequence, every cryogenic vessel filled, and each storage tank following a delivery is considered a new lot and is required to be assigned a new lot number. For firms filling liquid oxygen for delivery to home patients, each of the large cryogenic vessels or dewars either portable or permanently mounted in a van or a truck are required to be assigned a unique lot number. The assigning of a single lot number for an entire days production is not acceptable. A manufacturing operation, such as the filling of high pressure cylinders on a multi-outlet manifold, is governed by a set of manufacturing procedures or conditions. When these procedures are performed from the beginning to the end of a process they provide assurance that the batch is uniform and consistent. As such, each batch is in itself a separate entity with its filling operations unique to that filling sequence. At the present time, cryogenic
In any manufacturing operation involving human manipulation there are hazards which may be created by preoccupation, mental lapse, carelessness and the like. Therefore, all on-the-job and CGMP training should be revisited at frequent intervals and needs to be conducted by qualified individuals. A firm is expected to establish detailed written procedures (training program) outlining the specific areas of the firms operation to be covered. On-the-job training is acceptable, as long as the training is conducted by a qualified individual on a frequent basis. Any employee involved in the manufacturing, filling, processing, handling, holding, or shipping of a medical drug is required to be trained both on-the-job and in the current good manufacturing practices. This would include all delivery and/or truck drivers who deliver medical drug products. The lack of CGMP training is one of the most overlooked areas observed at most medical gas firms. CGMP training should be conducted by qualified
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