In Ghana, we have been supplying medical gases to hospitals and healthcare institutions all over the country. We are also specialised in the installation and servicing of medical equipments in various hospitals and healthcare centres.
We are conform with European Commission (EC) standards of gas distribution systems for medical gases and medical apparatus.
Healthcare at hospital
We offer solutions to public and private hospitals to provide patients in the continuum of care from hospital to home:
Conservation and dermatology
Relieve pain (pain reliever) sedative conscious
Mixture protoxide of nitrogen (N2O) and oxygen (O2)
Protoxide of nitrogen (N2O)
Acute respiratory distress and pulmonary hypertension
Nitrogen monoxide (NO)
Fight against hypoxia (lack of oxygen in the blood) asthma and carbon monoxide poisoning
Oxygen (O2), mixture of oxygen and helium (O2/He)
Ensure functionality of surgical equipment
Make expands the abdominal walls
Carbon dioxide (CO2)
Measuring blood gases
Standard gases mixture
We offer a set of equipment that works in a network in order to be able to give medical gases permanently to patients in hospitals. Our commitment to quality is at the heart of our offer in order to guarantee the reliability of the system offered in all circumstances.
Air Liquide Medical Systems develops, manufactures and sells innovative products and services for hospitals such as emergency ventilators, medical gas equipment and aerosol therapy.
Equipments accessories and instruments
Medical gases central
Resuscitation and respiratory support equipment
Anesthesia equipment and operating room
Medical and surgical autonomous vacuum cleaners
Equipment for gases implementation (flowmeter, vacuum regulator, etc.)
To cope with nosocomial diseases, prevention is essential. Air Liquide Ghana contributes to this major public health challenge by fighting against the risks of infections and pandemics through a wide range of products. We are actively involved in enhancing the safety of patients and medical staff.
Our hygiene products are used by health professionals in hospitals and in private practice (dentists, general practitioners) as well as by patients.