Real stories, real people, real lives saved.

OxySure has already been used in thousands of saves all across the US and overseas in a very short time. Our technology bridges the gap between the onset of a medical emergency and the time that first responders arrive at the scene. OxySure promises to deliver smart, easy-to-use technology that brings a sense of security and peace of mind.

On September 26, 2011, Kylee Shea, a 7th grader at Maus Middle School in Frisco, Texas was rushing to class when she had a sudden cardiac arrest and crumpled to the floor. Two quick-thinking schoolteachers, Brent Reese and Kristen Goodgion rushed within seconds to Kylee’s aid and applied CPR and used an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) to restart Kylee’s heart. Immediately after that, oxygen was administered using the OxySure Model 615.

 

 

    “We are grateful for the quick actions of Brent and Kristen, and that the AED was available to revive Kylee’s heart,” said Sheryl Shea, Kylee’s mom.  “We are equally grateful for the OxySure unit being available to ensure that Kylee’s quality of life is restored. Through this incident, we have become passionate advocates for the universal availability of AEDs and OxySure - wherever there are people! That means, in both public access areas and in private places.” – Sheryl Shea, mother of Kylee

 

On Tuesday, January 5, 2010, Rylee was running athletic sprints at Scoggins Middle School (Frisco Independent School District) when she experienced extreme respiratory distress. She was unable to breathe effectively, had a rapid heart rate and was severely oxygen deprived. The school nurse administered OxySure, and her oxygen saturation levels were quickly restored. Without OxySure, Rylee may have been subject to a collapse.

 

“Rylee’s life was saved by the prompt and proficient use of the OxySure device and Epi-pen. Rylee was transported to the hospital by ambulance and by the time she arrived she was breathing normally.” – Susan Greenwood, mother of Rylee

   

On October 29, 2009, Wakeland High School student, Brody Justice fainted and suffered a respiratory arrest during baseball practice. Before he knew it, OxySure Model 615 was being successfully used to save his life. 

 

    “I was just lucky to have the oxygen.” – Brody Justice     

 

In May of 2009, a total of four Frisco ISD students’ lives were saved within the first month of OxySure’s Model 615 implementation. An asthma attack followed by a student going into shock and two more sports-induced attacks later that month lead Frisco ISD high school athletic trainers to use OxySure to stabilize each student in the most critical moments. 

On March 28, 2008, OxySure Therapeutics, Inc. announced a happy ending in a medical emergency involving an elementary school child in South Carolina. During the emergency a potentially tragic outcome was averted when a school nurse recognized an immediate need for medical oxygen when the child collapsed. The quick-thinking nurse immediately accessed the school’s OxySure® Portable Emergency Oxygen Generator, Model 615 and administered the life-saving oxygen. 

“We received the OxySure Model 615 the day before the incident, apparently not a day too soon. I found the OxySure Model 615 intuitive and easy to use during the emergency. The child was fine after the incident, and the outcome appears to be positive.” – Ashlyn A. Gray, RN, school nurse for Orangeburg Consolidated School District 5   

 On March 14, 2008 one of the children in Orangeburg Consolidated School District 5 collapsed in a medical emergency. A quick diagnosis revealed the child’s blood oxygen level was at 80%. Nurse Gray immediately administered medical oxygen using the OxySure unit. The school had previously purchased the unit to have it prepositioned as a safe source of emergency oxygen.