Western Medica, a Scott Fetzer Company, is a national manufacturer and distributor of high quality medical gas control technology. Western has been on the leading edge of quality and innovation for over 55 years, carrying on its tradition of excellence. Its latest product carries on the company's legacy, the oxyQuik Emergency Oxygen Unit being touted as high-quality item.
Praised as a major advancement in the delivery of oxygen for emergency situations, this device has only been launched in the US and Canada, at least for now, as the company didn't mention whether their product will also enter other markets in the recent future. “It is a revolutionary one-touch, easy-to-use unit and is a major advancement in the delivery of oxygen for emergency situations,” announced Julia M. Fisher, Western Medica Product Manager.
The self-contained unit requires no complicated assembly and can be used or administered by any individual with minimal training (which is provided with the product), so there's no need for qualified medical staff around. This is why the oxyQuik is the easiest to use Emergency Oxygen Unit in the market today, being able to save people's lives, at least between the emergency call and the time the ambulance actually arrives.
The oxyQuik Emergency Oxygen Unit provides up to 25 minutes of continuous oxygen flow, sporting a user-friendly, one-touch design. Also, it features a kick-resistant hose that will ensure oxygen pressure remains strong. It comes with an adult/pediatric mask, is refillable and doesn't require a prescription, when administered by properly trained personnel.
So far, there's no information on availability dates and pricing. However, it probably won't take long until Western Medica will make possible the placement of the oxyQuik Emergency Oxygen Unit in the homes that need it. We are just a few, but there are many of you, Softpedia users, out there. That's why we thought it would be a good idea to create an email address for you to help us a little in finding gadgets we missed. Interesting links are bound to be posted with recognition going mainly to those who submit. The address is .