Oxygen Concentrator Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2011 to 2017

Oxygen Concentrator Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2011 to 2017

Category : Medical Devices
Published On : January  2011
Pages : 375



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Product Synopsis

WinterGreen Research announces that it has a new study on Oxygen Concentrators. Oxygen Concentrator markets grow as the technology supports smaller more diverse units. These markets are poised to grow based on the creation of new efficiencies available directly to patients. New composite materials systems are achieving consistent price declines throughout the forecast period.

Oxygen concentrator markets are poised to grow as homecare grows. These markets are poised to grow based on the creation of new homecare services efficiencies based on improved technologies. New portable systems are achieving consistent price declines throughout the forecast period.

The 2011 study has 375 pages and 135 tables and figures. Worldwide markets are poised to achieve significant growth as local homecare dealer managers move to implement more cost efficient patient oxygen delivery modalities. Vendors are building out localized distribution networks that support a patient oxygen delivery system with devices that contain continuous portable oxygen delivery and prioritized pulsed oxygen flow control.

As the baby boomers age, they have the ability to buy more than one oxygen concentrator, changing markets significantly. Units are used to treat COPD and lung disease. They are also positioned to assist in decreasing the deleterious effects of aging.

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) impacts the lungs. With chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) people need more oxygen than they can get through ordinary breathing. People get assistance from oxygen concentrators. Devices have been heavy and constrained users from moving around. Portable units support mobility while in many cases providing the same levels of oxygen delivery.

Portable units give patients more freedom for mobility. Exercise is good for patients. It is as good as any medication or treatment in most cases. In this context, portable oxygen concentrators provide reliable, continuous delivery, and continuous pulsed oxygen. The advantage of the portable units is that they offer greater mobility for physical activity and travel.

The oxygen concentrator market participants offer portable products for low volumes of oxygen support and standard home products for stationary delivery of 5 to 10 liters per minute (lpm) of oxygen. Oxygen concentrators deliver lifesaving support for breathing. Reimbursement drives markets.

Portable oxygen concentrators deliver the independence of a portable concentrator. Units are smaller and lighter. They make more oxygen with a longer battery life than older units. Portable concentrators are small enough to hold in one hand. There are no tanks to refill. Users never have to worry about running out of oxygen.

The portable oxygen concentrators are offered as a solution. They are a single solution, for oxygen at home, away, and for travel. They are approved for use on all US airlines. The basic package includes unit, carrying case, cart, 12 Cell battery and universal power supply.

5 and 10 Liter units grow modestly.then decline rapidly as the installed base continues to be repaired and reused and the portable units catch on with patients. 10 liter units are used to treat sicker people. As sicker people live longer these larger units are needed to improve the oxygen care delivered. Portable ventilators are becoming used for these older and sicker people. Some of the ventilators have noninvasive characteristics.

The 2 to 5 Liter units account for the majority of the units and total dollars. It is in this category of product that the portable technologies are providing solutions. There is a dramatic change in the oxygen concentrator market. Ever before, patients needed the dealer to come set up units and bring small oxygen tanks so they could go shopping. With the new portable oxygen concentrators, people can buy a unit on the Internet and set it up themselves.

The units work without having dealer intervention. This eliminates the largest part of the cost of the oxygen concentrator services market, the labor portion is gone. Market growth occurs because of the increased number of people diagnosed and treated. As more physicians recognize the value of low dose oxygen delivery, patients live longer and more patients demand treatment. The ability of people to search the Internet to discover treatments that might help COPD conditions creates demand for treatment, and use of oxygen concentrators.

According to Susan Eustis, primary author of the study, “growth is spurred by increasing trends toward homecare and the desire for lifestyle by older people who may have some illness.” Smoking and air pollution are the biggest causes of respiratory disease.

Oxygen concentrator markets at $377 million in 2010 reach the $1.8 billion mark in 2017 as more of the 35 million people with COPD and lung disease get treatment. Units will be used by older people to retain intellectual capacity, even in the absence of disease. In the US, roughly 5% of patient who need treatment get it. As units become more cost efficient because the services component has decreased to virtually nothing, more people can afford the units.

Market growth of oxygen concentrator markets is a result of people living longer, new technology that makes units more easily portable, more technology that permits filling portable oxygen tanks from the oxygen concentrator, and the convenience of being able to move around. Exercise is proven to be very good for people.

OXYGEN CONCENTRATOR EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Oxygen Concentrator Market Driving Forces

Portable Oxygen Concentrators

Homecare Is Poised To Grow

Support For Distributors

Oxygen Concentrator Market Shares

Oxygen Concentrator Market Forecasts

Chinese Oxygen Concentrator Companies



1. OXYGEN CONCENTRATOR MARKET DESCRIPTION AND MARKET DYNAMICS

1.1 Types of Oxygen Systems

1.1.1 Growth in Population over Age 65.

1.1.2 Treatment Trends.

1.1.3 Technological Trends.

1.1.4 Health Care Cost Containment Trends.

1.1.5 Society’s Mainstreaming of People with Disabilities.

1.1.6 Distribution Channels.

1.1.7 Oxygen Therapy Systems

1.2 Oxygen Concentrator Applicable Population

1.3 Home Oxygen Concentrator Equipment Medicare Reimbursement

1.3.1 Home Medical Equipment Market

1.3.2 Home Health Care

1.4 Treatment Trends

1.4.1 Competition Forms Basis Of U.S. Medical Care Services Delivery

1.5 European Homecare Market Trends

1.6 Marketing Globally

1.7 Market Drivers For Healthcare Cost Containment

1.8 Fundamental Shift In The Nature Of The Global Economy

1.8.1 Managed Care Organization Impact

1.8.2 Reasons Home Health Care Has Gained Wide-Spread Acceptance

1.8.3 Managed Care Change In The Healthcare Industry

1.8.4 Homecare For People With Long Term Disabilities

1.9 Homecare Market Growth Factors

1.9.1 Growth In Population Over Age 65

1.10 Worldwide Homecare Information Systems Market Distribution

1.10.1 Delivery Of Non-Acute Health Care

1.10.2 Leveraging Distribution Channels

1.10.3 Worldwide Homecare Information Systems Market Positioning

1.11 Increased Need For Information Technology

1.11.1 Medical Error

1.12 Shortcomings Of Traditional Healthcare Information Systems

1.13 Homecare Information Systems Market Strategy

1.13.1 Integrated Healthcare Information Technology Solutions

1.13.2 Flexible Product-Delivery Options

1.13.3 Leveraging Existing Customer Base

1.14 Homecare Information Systems Market Trends

1.14.1 Clinician Support For Spending Less Time At The Desktop And More Time Taking Care Of Patient

1.15 Homecare Information System Software Market Shifts

1.15.1 Characteristics Particular To The Homecare Information System Market

1.15.2 Implementation Depends On Documentation Of Each Discipline Needs

1.15.3 Home Care Services Billing Issues

1.15.4 Prospective Payment System (PPS)

1.15.5 Managed Care Requirements

1.15.6 Oasis Home Health Agencies

1.16 Need For Automation Of Home Care Companies



2. OXYGEN CONCENTRATOR MARKET SHARES AND FORECASTS

2.1 Oxygen Concentrator Market Driving Forces

2.1.1 Portable Oxygen Concentrators

2.1.2 Homecare Is Poised To Grow

2.1.3 Unified Supply Network

2.1.4 Support For Distributors

2.2 Oxygen Concentrator Market Shares

2.2.1 Portable Oxygen Concentrators

2.2.2 Invacare Perfecto 2V

2.2.3 Invacare Perfecto 2V

2.2.4 Invacare XPO2™ Portable Concentrator

2.2.5 Philips Respironics EverGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator from Respironics FAA approved for air travel

2.2.6 Drive Medical

2.2.7 Graham-Field John Bunn Optium Oxygen Concentrator

2.2.8 Inogen Portable Oxygen Concentrator

2.2.9 SeQual

2.2.10 Nidek Medical

2.2.11 Devilbiss

2.2.12 Chinese Oxygen Concentrator Companies

2.3 Home Concentrators5 LPM and 10 LPM

2.3.1 Invacare Market Leader In Stationary Oxygen Concentrators

2.3.2 SeQual Line Of Medical Oxygen Concentrators

2.3.3 SeQual Quality

2.3.4 Thomas Compressor

2.3.5 Gast Compressor

2.3.6 Teijin Compressor

2.4 Oxygen Concentrator Market Forecasts

2.4.1 Stationary Oxygen Concentrators Market Forecasts

2.4.1 Portable Oxygen Concentrator Market Forecasts

2.4.2 Portable Continuous Pressure Oxygen Concentrator Market

2.5 Home Oxygen Market Segments

2.5.1 Oxygen Concentrators

2.5.2 Market Growth Factors

2.5.3 Portable Oxygen Concentrator Markets

2.5.4 Worldwide Patients on Oxygen

2.5.5 Medicare And Medicaid Are Leading Indicators For All Reimbursement

2.6 New York Medicaid Program Supports Portable Oxygen Concentrators

2.6.1 Oxygen Concentrator Update

2.6.2 Billing Instructions For Home Fill Systems:

2.7 Current Issues in Home Long Term Oxygen Therapy

2.7.1 Home Oxygen Population 2010

2.7.2 Home Oxygen Technology

2.7.3 Home Oxygen Reimbursement

2.7.4 Medicare Modernization Act of 2003 (MMA).

2.7.5 Deficit Reduction Act of 2005 (DRA).

2.8 Selected Oxygen Concentrator Prices Invacare Homefill Oxygen Concentrator

2.9 Long Term Oxygen Therapy Regional Analysis

2.9.1 COPD in the United States

2.9.2 U.S. Healthcare Delivery Industry

2.9.3 Europe/Asia/Pacific Market

2.9.4 Australian, New Zealand and Asian markets

2.9.5 Health Care Cost Containment Trends

2.9.6 Royal Philips Revenue



3. OXYGEN CONCENTRATOR PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

3.1 Portable Oxygen Concentrators

3.2 Graham Field John Bunn Optium Oxygen Concentrator

3.3 Drive Medical

3.4 Inogen One G2

3.4.1 Inogen One G2 with 12 Cell Battery

3.4.2 Inogen One® G2 Nighttime Intelligent Oxygen Delivery Technology

3.5 Sequal Eclipse 3 Portable Oxygen Concentrator

3.5.1 Sequal Eclipse Portable Oxygen Concentrator

3.5.2 Sequal Eclipse Portable Concentrator

3.6 DeVilbiss Igo

3.7 Invacare® SOLO2™ Transportable Oxygen Concentrator

3.7.1 Invacare Portable Oxygen Products

3.8 Philips Respironics EverGo

3.8.1 Philips Respironics EverGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator from Respironics FAA approved for air travel

3.9 Oxlife

3.9.1 Oxlife Freedom

3.9.2 Oxlife Independence

3.10 AirSep

3.11 Delphi Central Air

3.11.1 Evo Central Portable Oxygen Concentrator

3.12 Portable Oxygen Concentrators Comparison Chart

3.13 5 LPM and 10 LPM Home Concentrators

3.14 Philips Respironics Millennium M10 Concentrator

3.14.1 Philips Respironics EverFlo

3.14.2 Philips Respironics Oxygen Delivery

3.14.3 Philips Respironics EverFlo Features & Benefits

3.15 SeQual Integra 10

3.16 Invacare Perfecto 2 Home Oxygen Concentrator

3.16.1 Invacare Vitality Medical Perfecto 2V

3.17 Devilbiss 525 DS

3.18 Drive Medical Oxygen Concentrator

3.19 Nidek Medical

3.20 Teijin

3.21 Inogen One G2 Power Supply Options

3.21.1 Inogen One G2 Accessories



4. OXYGEN CONCENTRATOR TECHNOLOGY

4.1 Types of Oxygen Systems

4.1.1 Liquid Oxygen Systems

4.1.2 Cylinder Oxygen Systems

4.1.3 Oxygen Conserving Devices

4.2 CMS Reimbursement Codes

4.3 Oxygen Concentrator Compressors

4.4 Teijin Pharma

4.4.1 Teijin Two Adsorption Columns So That Oxygen Can Be Continuously Generated While Switching Between Absorption And Desorbtion Columns

4.5 Pulsation Detection Device

4.6 Technological Trends

4.6.1 Ambulatory Oxygen

4.6.2 Liquid Oxygen

4.6.3 Oxygen Concentrators

4.6.4 Medical Applications / Oxygen Concentrators

4.7 Medical Compressors

4.7.1 Thomas Industries Horizon Pump From Rietschle Thomas Targeted to Portable Oxygen Concentrators

4.8 Gast Compressor Medical Applications

4.9 Zeolite

4.10 Compressor For O2 Concentrators

4.11 Advanced Technology Fractionator

4.11.1 Pressure Swing Adsorption Principles

4.11.2 Conventional Oxygen Concentrators

4.11.3 Conventional Two-Bed Oxygen Concentrator

4.11.4 Multi Bed Oxygen Concentrators SeQual ATF-Based Concentrator

4.11.5 SeQual ATF Endurance Testing Status

4.12 UL Approved

4.13 UOP LLC

4.13.1 UOP MOLSIV Adsorbents

4.13.2 Molecular Sieves

4.14 Respiratory Disease Conditions

4.14.1 Increased Demand Impacts Industry

4.14.2 Bronchiectasis

4.14.3 Chronic Bronchitis

4.14.4 Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

4.14.5 Emphysema

4.14.6 Muscular Dystrophy

4.14.7 Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV)

4.15 Asthma

4.16 Ozone:



5. PORTABLE AND STATIONARY OXYGEN CONCENTRATOR COMPANY PROFILES

5.1 Air Conversion Technology

5.2 AirSep

5.3 Allied Healthcare Products

5.4 American HomePatient

5.5 Bio-Med Devices Inc

5.6 CareFusion

5.6.1 CareFusion Revenue

5.6.2 CareFusion Acquisition of Viasys

5.6.3 Carefusion Revenue

5.6.4 CareFusion Critical Care Technologies Revenue

5.6.5 CareFusion Medical Technologies and Services

5.6.6 CareFusion Revenue

5.6.7 CareFusion Initiatives

5.7 Chart Industries

5.7.1 SeQual

5.8 Cobham - Carleton Life Support Systems

5.8.1 Cobham Life Support - Davenport

5.8.2 Cobham Business Units

5.8.3 Cobham Capability

5.8.4 Cobham Revenue Analysis

5.9 Covidian (Formerly Tyco)

5.9.1 Covidian / Puritan Bennett

5.10 DeVilbiss Healthcare

5.10.1 DeVilbiss® Oxygen Concentrators

5.11 Essex Industries

5.11.1 Alar Products

5.11.2 Essex Cryogenics

5.11.3 Dolphin Systems

5.11.4 Essex Fluid Controls

5.11.5 Essex Manufacturing

5.11.6 Essex Medical Systems

5.11.7 Essex PB&R

5.11.8 Essex Precision Controls

5.11.9 Propellex

5.11.10 SX Performance

5.12 Gardner Denver / Thomas

5.13 GE Healthcare

5.13.1 GE Respiratory Care

5.13.2 GE VersaMed Portable Ventilators

5.13.3 GE VersaMed Corporation

5.14 GetingeArjoMaquet

5.15 GF Health Products, Inc. ("Graham-Field")

5.16 Heyer Medical

5.17 IDEX

5.17.1 IDEX Gast Compressors

5.17.2 IDEX Fluid & Metering Technologies Group

5.17.3 IDEX Health & Science Technologies Group/ Gast Manufacturing

5.17.4 IDEX Dispensing Equipment

5.17.5 IDEX Fire & Safety/Diversified Products Group

5.17.6 IDEX Oxygen concentrator Compressors

5.17.7 IDEX Third Quarter 2010 Revenue

5.18 Impact Instrumentation

5.19 Inogen

5.20 Inovo

5.20.1 Inovo / Chad Therapeutics

5.21 Intersurgical Ltd

5.22 Invacare

5.22.1 Invacare Portable Oxygen Concentrators

5.22.2 Invacare Platinum XL Oxygen Concentrator

5.23 Jiangxi Teli Anesthesia & Respiration Equipment

5.24 Maquet

5.24.1 Maquet Datascope

5.25 Newport Medical Instruments Inc

5.25.1 Newport Medical Products and Services

5.26 NGK

5.27 Nidek Medical

5.27.1 Nuvo Family of Oxygen Concentrators

5.28 O-Two Medical Technologies Inc

5.29 OxLife

5.30 Oxygen Concentrator

5.31 Percussionaire Corp

5.32 Philips Healthcare

5.32.1 Royal Philips Revenue

5.32.2 Royal Philips Electronics / Respironics

5.32.3 Philips Respironics

5.32.4 Philips Respironics

5.33 Providence Global Medical

5.34 Sequal

5.34.1 SeQual Oxygen Products Advanced Technology Fractionator

5.35 Smiths Medical

5.36 Sunrise Medical

5.37 Tenjin

5.38 Vortran Medical Technology

5.39 Selected Oxygen Concentrator Companies

5.39.1 Vitality Medical

5.39.2 VisionAire

5.39.3 Invacare

5.39.4 Graham-Field

5.39.5 Drive Medical

5.39.6 Chinese Oxygen Concentrator Companies

5.39.7 Hinor Medical Industry Company

5.39.8 Race Medical & Beauty Equipment

5.39.9 Eget Hi-Tech Co., Ltd.

5.39.10 DOBIX Enterprises Group Inc. Limited

5.39.11 Ruian Careland Meditech Co., Ltd.

5.39.12 Megalog Industrial Co.,

5.39.13 Suzhou Hengxiang Import & Export Co., Ltd. [Province:Jiangsu, China]

5.39.14 Shanghai Dynamic Industry Co

5.39.15 CINH Group Co., Limited [Province:Zhejiang, China]



List of Tables



Table ES-1

Oxygen Concentrator Home Medical Market Driving Forces

Figure ES-2

Oxygen Concentrator Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2010

Table ES-3

Oxygen Concentrator Shipment Market Forecasts

Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2010-2016

Table 1-1

Oxygen Concentrator Applicable Population

Table 1-2

Homecare Market Growth Factors

Table 1-3

Worldwide Homecare Information Systems

Market Positioning

Table 1-4

Marketing Globally

Table 1-5

Strategies For Offering Technology Solutions To The

Home Healthcare Industry

Table 1-6

Homecare Information Systems Market Trends

Table 1-7

Homecare Information System Software Characteristics

Table 1-7 (Continued)

Homecare Information System Software Characteristics

Table 1-8

Market Characteristics For Evaluation of

Homecare Information System Software Vendors

Table 1-9

Home Care Services Billing Issues

Table 1-10

JCAHO ORYX Requirements

Table 1-10 (Continued)

JCAHO ORYX Requirements

Table 1-11

Home Care Standard Services Provided

Table 1-12

Home Care Specialty Services Provided

Table 1-13

Factors Relating To Value Of Home Health Care Over

Institutional Care

Table 2-1

Oxygen Concentrator Home Medical Market Driving Forces

Table 2-2

Home Medical Oxygen Concentrator Systems Market Factors

Figure 2-3

Oxygen Concentrator Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2010

Figure 2-4

Portable Oxygen Concentrator Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2010

Table 2-5

Selected Portable Oxygen Concentrators

Figure 2-6

Portable Oxygen Concentrator Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2010

Table 2-7

Portable Oxygen Concentrator Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2010

Table 2-8

Home Concentrators

Table 2-9

Oxygen Concentrator Shipment Market Forecasts

Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2010-2016

Table 2-10

Oxygen Concentrator Shipment Market Forecasts

Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2011-2017

Figure 2-11

Stationary Oxygen Concentrator Market Forecasts Dollars,

Worldwide, 2010-2016

Table 2-12

Portable Pulsed Oxygen Concentrator Market Forecasts

Dollars, Worldwide, 2011-2017

Table 2-13

Portable Pulsed Oxygen Concentrator Shipment

Market Forecasts Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2010-2016

Figure 2-14

Portable Continuous Pressure Oxygen Concentrators,

Market Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2011-2017

Figure 2-15

Portable Continuous Pressure Oxygen Concentrators,

Market Forecasts Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2011-2017

Table 2-16

Factors Contributing To Growth Of Oxygen Concentrator Markets

Table 2-17

Worldwide Patients on Oxygen Market Forecasts

Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2011-2017

Figure 2-18

Oxygen Concentrator Regional Market Segments, Dollars, 2010

Table 2-19

Oxygen Concentrator Regional Market Segments, 2010

Table 3-1

Selected Portable Oxygen Concentrators

Table 3-2

Graham Field John Bunn Optium Oxygen Concentrator Specifications

Table 3-3

Graham Field John Bunn Optium Oxygen Concentrator

Figure 3-4

Graham Field John Bunn Optium™ Oxygen Concentrator

Table 3-5

Drive Medical Solstice Portable Oxygen Concentrator

Figure 3-6

Solstice Oxygen Concentrator 5 Liter

Figure 3-7

Inogen One G2

Table 3-9

Inogen One Specifications

Figure 3-10

Sequal Eclipse 3 Portable Oxygen Concentrator

Table 3-11

Sequal Eclipse 3 Specifications

Table 3-13

Sequal Eclipse 3 Portable Oxygen Concentrator: Specifications

Table 3-14

Sequal Eclipse 3 Portable Oxygen Concentrator Features:

Table 3-15

Sequal Eclipse 3 Portable Oxygen Concentrator Functions:

Table 3-15 (Continued)

Sequal Eclipse 3 Portable Oxygen Concentrator Functions:

Figure 3-16

DeVilbiss Igo

Figure 3-17

Invacare SOLO2 Transportable Oxygen Concentrator

Figure 3-18

Invacare® SOLO2™ Transportable Oxygen Concentrator

Figure 3-19

Respironics EverGo

Table 3-20

Philips Respironics EverGo Touch-Screen Interface Features

Table 3-21

Philips Respironics EverGo Features

Table 3-22

Respironics EverGo Specifications Performance

Figure 3-23

Oxlife Freedom

Table 3-24

Oxlife Freedom Features:

Table 3-25

Oxlife Freedom Specifications:

Figure 3-26

Oxlife Freedom Oxygen Concentrator

Figure 3-27

OxLife Independence

Table 3-28

Home Concentrators

Figure 3-29

Philips Respironics Millennium M10 Concentrator

Table 3-30

Philips Respironics Millennium M10 Concentrator Features

Figure 3-31

Philips Respironics EverFlo Stationary Oxygen Concentrator

Table 3-32

Philips Respironics EverFlo Features

Table 3-33

Philips Respironics EverFlo Q Features

Table 3-34

Philips Respironics EverFlo Q Benefits

Figure 3-35

Sequal Integra 10

Figure 3-36

Sequal Integra 10

Table 3-37

Sequal 10 Liter Home Oxygen Concentrator Features

for the Dealer/Provider

Table 3-37 (Continued)

Sequal 10 Liter Home Oxygen Concentrator Features

for the Dealer/Provider

Table 3-38

Sequal 10 Liter Home Oxygen Concentrator Features

Table 3-39

Sequal Integra 10-Liter E-Z Oxygen Concentrator Specifications

Table 3-39 (Continued)

Sequal Integra 10-Liter E-Z Oxygen Concentrator Specifications

Table 3-40

Invacare Perfecto 2V Oxygen Concentrator Benefits

Figure 3-41

Invacare Perfecto 2V Home Fill Oxygen Concentrator

Table 3-42

Invacare Perfector2V Oxygen Concentrator Specifications

Figure 3-43

Invacare Perfecto 2V Oxygen Concentrator 5 Liter

Table 3-44

Invacare Perfecto 2V Oxygen Concentrator Features

Table 3-45

Perfector2V Oxygen Concentrator Specifications

Table 3-46

DeVilbiss 525 DS Home Oxygen Concentrator: Specifications

Table 3-46 (Continued)

DeVilbiss 525 DS Home Oxygen Concentrator: Specifications

Table 3-46 (Continued)

DeVilbiss 525 DS Home Oxygen Concentrator: Specifications

Figure 3-47

Devilbiss 525 DS

Figure 3-48

Devilbiss I-Fill Personal Oxygen Station

Table 3-49

DeVilBiss I fill Personal Oxygen Station Specifications

Table 3-50

DeVilbiss iFill Personal Oxygen Station Fill Times:

Table 3-51

DeVilbiss iFill Personal Oxygen Station Functions:

Table 3-52

Drive Medical Oxygen Concentrator

Table 3-53

FreeStyle, LifeStyle, VisoionAire, and NewLife

Intensity Oxygen Concentrator

Figure 3-54

Teijin Home Oxygen Concentrator

Table 3-55

Inogen G2 Advantages

Table 4-1

Oxygen Concentrator Compressor Features

Figure 4-2

Teijin Oxygen Concentration Mechanism

Table 4-3

Teijin Oxygen Concentrator Innovation To Reduce Size of Unit

Table 4-4

Thomas Industries Compressor Features

Table 4-4 (Continued)

Thomas Industries Compressor Features

Figure 4-5

Rietschle Thomas 2250 Pressure/Vacuum Pump

Figure 4-6

Gast Oxygen Concentrator Compressors

Figure 4-7

Gast Medical Oxygen Concentrator Compressor

Table 4-8

Gast Oxygen Concentrator Compressor Features

Table 4-9

Comparison Of Multi Bed And A Typical Oxygen Concentrator

Table 4-10

SeQual ATM-Based Concentrator Major Components

Figure 4-11

Comparison Of A 5 Liter Per Minute (LPM) Capacity

Conventional Oxygen Concentrator With A 5 LPM ATF System

Table 4-12

UL Approval Functions

Figure 5-1

AirSep Air Separation Equipment

Figure 5-2

DeVilbiss® Oxygen Concentrators

Figure 5-3

Impact Instrumentation Inc

Table 5-4

Invacare Attention to Value in the Market

Table 5-4 (Continued)

Invacare Attention to Value in the Market

Figure 5-5

Invacare Oxygen Products

Table 5-6

Invacare Portable Oxygen Concentrators

Table 5-6 (Continued)

Invacare Portable Oxygen Concentrators

Table 5-6 (Continued)

Invacare Portable Oxygen Concentrators

Figure 5-7

Invacare Respiratory Products

Table 5-8

Newport Medical Product Line

Figure 5-9

Philips Healthcare Positioning

Figure 5-10

Philips Healthcare Equipment Order Intake Trends

Figure 5-11

Philips Revenue Market Segments

Figure 5-12

Philips Employee, Manufacturing, and Research Profile

Figure 5-13

Philips Continuing Sales Growth in Emerging Markets

Figure 5-14

Philips Gaining Share And Leadership in Emerging Markets

Figure 5-15

Philips Delivering Margin Improvement and Decreasing

Manufacturing Overhead

Figure 5-16

Philips Healthcare Information Systems Market Shares

Table 5-17

Smiths Medical Products

Figure 5-18

Teijin Oxygen Concentration Mechanism

Table 5-19

Teijin Oxygen Concentrator Innovation To Reduce Size of Unit

Table 5-20

Teijin Innovations to Enhance Oxygen Concentrator Energy Savings


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