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Gas World introduces innovative OxyGo Portable Oxygen Delivery System


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Gas World General Manager S.T. Thilakasiri demonstrating the method of using OxyGo

Gas World Ltd. is dealing in patient medical healthcare medical oxygen in the form of an innovative portable delivery system in the homecare setting. This is launched to the market as an innovative OxyGo Portable Oxygen Delivery System. The ultra-portable device is the smallest and lightest oxygen delivery system in the industry, and a special feature of this product is its doorstep delivery service. The Company expects the product to be embraced by long-term oxygen therapy users island-wide, once the patient leaves the hospital.

The lightweight aluminium OxyGo cylinder allows it to seamlessly fit into the lifestyles of active oxygen therapy patients. Weighing considerably less than commonly used oxygen tanks, OxyGo can easily be carried over the shoulder or carried in a convenient backpack with the required humidifier. 

OxyGo doorstep delivery service helps improve patients’ healthcare and is designed to meet the clinical needs of hospitals, clinics and home patients. OxyGo delivery system is an ideal product as a single solution for oxygen therapy.

Gas World Ltd. Chairman Sumith Guruge stated, “OxyGo represents a step forward in innovation within the oxygen therapy market. The Company requires that the OxyGo Portable Oxygen output requirement is prescribed by a Medical Doctor. It is our mission to help patients reclaim their freedom and independence.”

“OxyGo exemplifies Gas World’s spirit of innovation and dedication to designing products specifically for the end consumer; the oxygen therapy user,” said Gas World Ltd. General Manager S.T. Thilakasiri. “We are extremely proud of the level of innovation we have reached and that we are delivering OxyGo to the doorstep of patients. We look forward to hearing about the lives changed because of OxyGo.”

 


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