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a happy nurse who uses IV infusions with AirVault
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Helping Healthcare to Flow

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Intravenous (IV) infusion is the most common invasive procedure in healthcare globally, with over 80% of all hospital patients receiving IV medicine as part of their medical treatment. Problems in IV delivery are among the most challenging and expensive for healthcare providers.

Gasgon is motivated to tackle the challenges of making IV infusions better for patients and clinicians, striving towards a future where all IV medicine can be infused with confidence.
We are driven to deliver better solutions for patients and caregivers.
Working directly with doctors, nurses and care-givers, learning through their frontline experience,
we are developing specific tools to improve patient experience and clinical outcomes.
a graphic of an IV infusion set


  1. Reduce waste and exposure of  fluid medicines and blood
  2. Deliver a more accurate infusion dose so patients are treated and recover faster
  3. Minimize risk for patients and nurses while driving down costs for healthcare providers
a nurses gloved hands setting up an IV infusion by connnecting an administration set to an an IV fluid bag


Gasgon Medical is an award winning start-up medical device company, based in Cork, Ireland, developing innovative fluid management products for the clinical market, including AirVault™, a single-use device to remove air bubbles from IV fluids.


Our TEAM of engineers, quality and commercial experts is working hard every day to improve healthcare.


We are passionate about improving healthcare performance, excited to learn from and support the needs of medical staff, helping them to deliver better patient outcomes.

Gasgon Medical is getting ready to launch its first range of products soon. Keep up-to-date by following our news here.


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