|Irreparable damage to vital organs due to a lack of oxygen starts at minute three.
University of Pennsylvania
|OxySure products are to medical emergency victims what a fire extinguisher is to a home owner, a first line of defense until emergency personnel arrive.
OxySure Systems, Inc.
In every medical emergency, seconds count, and instant oxygen is the most pressing need. The Standard of Care (SOC) today is that first responders will generally administer oxygen first, immediately after assuring CAB (Circulation, Airway, Breathing). OxySure allows a bystander - a lay rescuer, without the need for training - to administer the oxygen sooner, thereby assuring better outcomes. In fact, if the bystander has some training in CPR, then they can use OxySure as part of the CPR process. For example, nurses at various school districts throughout the US frequently use OxySure in line with a resuscitator bag, to increase the efficacy of the CPR process. Finally, the OxySure mask tubing is removable from the mask, so that the first responders can easily remove it and connect their own oxygen supply as they convert the patient onto the gurney for transport. In other words, a seamless transition without having to lift the patient's head and/or remove the OxySure mask.
OxySure can be used in any public or private setting, either: (1) by itself; (2) as a companion to an Automated External Defibrillator (AED); (3) as a companion to a first aid kit; or (4) as a companion to a fire extinguisher.
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What are some of the locations or places where I can place Model 615 into service?
Homes, Airports, Schools, Libraries, Restaurants, Commercial Buildings, High Rise Buildings, Government Buildings, Hotels, Manufacturing Facilities, Business Complexes, Shopping Malls, Swimming Pools, Military Bases/Vehicles, Oil Rigs, Health Clubs & Spas, Rec Centers, Sports Stadiums, Casinos, Doctors/Dentist offices, right next to an Automated External Defibrillator (AED), any place where a heart attack might occur, as part of a First Aid Kit, and so forth. Other examples include RVs, Boats, diving applications, and many more.
What are some of the conditions, medical emergencies or situations that OxySure can be used for?
While this list is not exhaustive, it provides some examples: Asthma attack. Cardiac arrest. Heat attack. Stroke. COPD exacerbation. Heat exhaustion. Hypoxia/altitude sickness. Migraine attacks. Poisoning/Overdose. Diabetic emergency. Smoke inhalation. Allergy attack. Seizure. Chest pain. Fainting. Dehydration. Near drowning. Hyperthermia. Injury with trauma. Burn emergency. Respiratory emergency. General medical emergency. Also, oxygen can be administered to any trauma victim to avoid shock.
What else do I need to know about the use of OxySure?
OxySure’s Model 615 is the respiratory equivalent of a fire extinguisher and can be used in response to any medical emergency. Of course, the OxySure Model 615 is not a replacement for professional emergency medical assistance - you should always call 911 for that.
Have your organization protected and receive the OxySure Beacon of Safety Award.
The OxySure Beacon of Safety Award is issued by OxySure to our institutional customers who implement OxySure as part of their safety protocols and framework in the organization. The goal of the award is to recognize an organization "for demonstrating a visionary commitment to community safety by implementing safe, non-compressed emergency oxygen systems in its facilities." The OxySure Beacon of Safety Award has three levels of recognition: Silver, Gold, and Platinum and certificates evidencing the grant of each award is issued to those organizations who agree to participate in the initiative.
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