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Cost-Effective Oxygen Delivery System

The Aeon LYNX Oxygen Delivery System offers a seamless transition between EMS, Emergency Room and Specialty Care Units. No other system provides this combination of performance, flexibility, precision and cost savings

Oxygen Delivery

The LYNX Venturi Oxygen Delivery System is a novel and cost-efective single connector that provides a range and precision (24% - 100% FiO2 with only 2%-5% variance) of oxygen delivery that is unmatched in the industry.

Cost Benefits

The LYNX Oxygen Delivery
System reduces cost through the integration of multiple systems that provide precise oxygen delivery. The system effectively reduces time, inventory, disposables and waste.

Continuity Amidst Change

We offer a single streamlined system with interchangeable parts that delivers all FiO2 concentrations from 24% - 100% with only a 2% - 5% variance
Aerosol Delivery Capability (510(k) Not Submitted; Work in Progress)

EMS Ambulance Oxygen Flow

Patients who present under generalized respiratory distress or acute breathlessness require immediate oxygenation. The oxygen delivery system will generally require a higher saturation to maintain oxygenation. Nonetheless, even under first-response conditions there exists clinical diagnose protocols and transport parameters that require context-specific oxygen delivery.


Emergency Room Assessment Stage

Upon arrival at the emergency room of a hospital or urgent care facility, seamless integration between EMS/ambulance services and the facility's oxygen delivery solutions is required until blood gas and other metrics are placed in a pending diagnostic schema. This often requires a change of oxygen delivery apparatus and additional modifications as diagnoses are confirmed.


Pre-Admission and Early Admission 

Additional oxygen delivery modifications are required after patients are stabilized and diagnoses confirmed, along with a patient history evaluation. A number of common respiratory, cardiovascular, metabolic, and neurological conditions require specific oxygenation protocols. Individuals with reduced respiratory drive or exacerbating comorbidities require tailored oxygenation.


Post-Admission and Oxygen Therapy

Post stabilization stages in the hospital require additional oxygen delivery modifications and observation by appropriately credentialed clinical staff. It is not unlikely that a well-characterized subset of patients with select respiratory requirements will require 4 or 5 oxygen interface and parameter changes.

We define efficiency, both in terms of economy and continuity-of-care
What will your facility do to get a handle on outcomes-based respiratory care?