Medical device innovator OxySure Systems, Inc. has launched a new double wall mounted cabinet to house a combination AED/OxySure system, largely based on customer feedback.
OxySure Systems is a provider of easy-to-use emergency oxygen solutions with its ‘oxygen from powder’ technology. The company’s new product allows customers to house and display an AED of their choosing, along with an OxySure Model 615 unit in the same wall cabinet, allowing easy, one-step access, reducing response time when seconds count, in a cardiac arrest or other medical emergency.
By housing both its AED and OxySure units in the same cabinet, the company believes that customers will save wall space and expense, and will reduce installation and maintenance requirements. One of the first customers to take delivery of ten of the new OxySure double cabinet systems is the First Baptist Church of Dallas.
Julian T. Ross, CEO of OxySure Systems, Inc. stated, “We are pleased to be offering our customers and distributors this new combination wall cabinet. We have developed this product based on customer feedback, and we believe it enhances the appeal of the AED and OxySure Model 615 as a combination set, and our product portfolio in general.”
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