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Consumer and Recreational Oxygen Equipment Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2017 to 2023

Published: Aug 2017 | No Of Pages: 317 | Published By: Winter Green Research

WinterGreen Research announces that it has published a new study Consumer Oxygen Equipment: Market Shares, Strategy, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2017 to 2023.  The 2017 study has 317 pages, 125 tables and figures.  Worldwide markets are poised to achieve continuing growth as the athletes, the people exercising in sports gyms, and aging population worldwide needs homecare oxygen treatment.  

Recreational oxygen is different from medical oxygen.  The professional athletes use recreational oxygen.  Sports club members are expected to widely adopt use of recreational oxygen.  Oxygen bars are commonly used by singers and movie stars to improve the vocal cord quality and skin tone.  All these uses of oxygen are anticipated to grow.  The O2 is the same in recreational oxygen as it is in the medical oxygen, the chemical composition is the same.  But medical oxygen is delivered under a prescription and used as a medicine, recreational oxygen is used to improve athletic endurance and improve brain functioning.

Older people develop dementia and other conditions.  Oxygen use by these people is able to improve the quality of the life in a dramatic manner.  Portable oxygen devices have become affordable and support a mobile lifestyle that is extended to a broader set of people by use of recreational oxygen selectively, continuing to drive sales of recreational oxygen and oxygen bar concentrator air filtration units.

In all the world, the athletes, the movie stars, and the casinos have in common the use of supplemental oxygen.  But, because the FDA does not approve the use of supplemental oxygen except for severe COPD, the physicians are basically left out of this trend.  They universally poo poo the value of supplemental oxygen for consumer markets, calling supplemental oxygen a placebo.  From this, they might not be too far off as a placebo is basically pure sugar, rendering a boost in energy though that is probably not their meaning as they offer no encouragement for getting supplemental oxygen.   The FDA classifies oxygen as a drug and physicians are bound to honor the leadership of the FDA.

Boost supplemental oxygen is called aviator oxygen, as differentiated from medical oxygen.  By this, it is meant that the aviator oxygen is delivered manually by the user by a push of a button in contrast to medical oxygen that is delivered in a stream, either continuous or pulsed.  This is a significant difference.  

On TV, it is common to see professional football players inhaling oxygen.  They stand on the sideline to use supplemental oxygen after one shift as they prepare for the next shift. Often this equipment comes from Boost.   Professional football players use oxygen to keep themselves fresh, alert and strong.  Oxygen is used to keep the players going through to the last play of the game.  They use supplemental oxygen to catch their breath faster after exertion of the field of play, and to improve performance.

Consumer recreational oxygen equipment markets at $44.5 million in 2017 are anticipated to reach $2.1 billion dollars by 2023.  Professional athletes drive the market initially. Growth is a result of demand for the smaller lighter technology already developed, already on the market, for use by people exercising.  Oxygen equipment only gets less expensive, smaller, and easier to use.  The market need by for oxygen generation devices at clubs and gyms is building even as portable devices provide greater mobility support for bike riders, joggers, and older people.  

Supplemental oxygen is delivered in intermittently to accommodate sets or intervals of heavy exercise.  Football players and basketball players use supplemental oxygen, just for a few breaths to catch their breath and improve their endurance in the middle toward the end of the game.    

People exercising in sports gyms or corporate gyms use supplemental oxygen judiciously. Old federal judges use supplemental oxygen, to improve the functioning of the brains and permitting them to keep working into their 100’s.  

Major factors driving the market for consumer oxygen include its ability to provide oxygen under all circumstances.  The worldwide aging population.   An increase in the number of people using sports gyms and corporate gyms provides the base for extension of the market.  Advantages of newer stationary oxygen concentrator devices are that they weigh less,  are somewhat quieter than toe older units, and are easy to use.  They are generally affordable but reimbursement drives markets.

There has been a quantum improvement in the professional sports based consumer oxygen technology.  Less weight, more power are the characteristics of the new stationary units.  The huge jump in technology is illustrated by the effectiveness of the devices in providing improved athletic performance on the field, ice ring, or tennis court among others. 

According to Susan Eustis, lead author of the team that wrote the study, “The adoption of consumer recreational oxygen is tied to the actual benefit achieved by its use.  People that try getting extra oxygen for the purpose of increasing endurance use the oxygen selectively and it works for them, leading them to continue using supplemental oxygen. They tell their friends and then there becomes a user base, based on reality.  This provides the basis for significant market growth.  Supplemental oxygen has become affordable, boding well for market expansion.”

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Companies Profiled

Market Leaders

Boost Oxygen
Zadro
AirSep

Market Participants

Chart Industries
Chart Caire / AirSep / Sequal
Drive Medical / DeVilbiss Healthcare
Drive Medical / DeVilbiss Healthcare
Foshan Keyhub Electronic Industries Co., Ltd.
Inogen
Jiuxin Medical
Leistung Engineering
Live O2 Oxygen
Longfian Scitech
NTK
Oxygen Plus
Oxygen Plus / Summit Oxygen
Philips Healthcare
Philips Respironics
POD Oxygen
Weyergans High Care AG
Yuwell
Zadro Health Solutions
Zorvo Portable O2 Generator
Zoom
2nd Wind Distributors

Consumer Oxygen Executive Summary 17

Consumer Oxygen Market Driving Forces 17
Supplemental Oxygen Use By Sports Figures and Athletes 17
Consumer / Recreational Oxygen Equipment Market Driving Forces 19
Using Oxygen to Lose Weight 20
Consumer and Recreational Oxygen Market Shares 26
Consumer and Recreational Oxygen Forecasts 27
Consumer Oxygen Equipment Market Forecasts 27
OHS Patient Symptoms 29
OHS Treatments with Oxygen 29
OHS Indicates that Blood Oxygen Saturation and Shortness of Breath Are Separate 30
Football Players, Basket Ball players, and Hockey Players Use Oxygen to Support Performance When
Exhausted. 31
Supplemental Oxygen Placebo Effect 32
Obesity Hypoventilation Syndrome Co2 Loading And Unloading 34

1. Consumer Oxygen Equipment: Market Description and Market Dynamics 35
1.1 Value of Exercise 35
1.2 Protecting the Brain 38
1.3 Respiration 39
1.3.1 Supplemental Oxygen Good for People Exercising After They Begin to Have Difficulty
Breathing 42
1.4 Oxygen Equipment Separates Oxygen From Air 42
1.4.1 Portable Oxygen Concentrator Functions 43
1.5 Oxygen / Ozone Therapy to Strengthen Immune System 44
1.6 Long History of Supplemental Oxygen Improving Sports Performance 45
1.7 Supplemental Oxygen to Improve Brain Functioning 47
1.7.1 Mountaineering Use of Supplemental Oxygen 50
1.7.2 Summit Oxygen ALTOX Personal Oxygen System 52
1.8 Oxygen Concentrator Uses 53
1.8.1 Stationary Oxygen Concentrator Functions 53
1.8.2 Separation Of Oxygen From Air 54
1.8.3 Technical Trade-Offs Necessary To Design An Oxygen Concentrator 55
1.9 Fatigue and Oxygen 55

2. Consumer Oxygen Market Shares and Forecasts 58
2.1 Consumer Oxygen Market Driving Forces 58
2.1.1 Supplemental Oxygen Use By Sports Figures and Athletes 58
2.1.2 Consumer / Recreational Oxygen Equipment Market Driving Forces 60
2.1.3 Using Oxygen to Lose Weight 61
2.2 Consumer and Recreational Oxygen Market Shares 67
2.2.1 Supplemental Oxygen in a Can 69
2.2.2 Boost Recreational Canned Oxygen 72
2.2.3 Chart / AirSep 72
2.2.4 Chart / AirSep NewLife Elite 73
2.2.5 Oxygen Experience In A Bar 73
2.2.6 Oxygen Bar Machines 74
2.3 Consumer and Recreational Oxygen Forecasts 80
2.3.1 Consumer Oxygen Equipment Market Forecasts 81
2.3.2 Market Segment Forecasts for Consumer Oxygen Equipment 83
2.3.3 Professional Sports Oxygen Equipment Forecasts 84
2.3.4 Consumer Recreational Semi Professional and Amateur Athlete Oxygen Market Shipments
Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2017-2023 87
2.3.5 Consumer Recreational Corporate Gym Oxygen Market Shipments Forecasts, Dollars,
Worldwide, 2017-2023 88
2.3.6 Consumer Recreational Sports Club Oxygen Equipment 90
2.3.7 Market for Consumer Oxygen Equipment Among Aging Population Forecasts 93
2.3.8 Oxygen Bar Machines 96
2.3.9 Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act Position on Oxygen 98
2.3.10 Worldwide Patients on Oxygen Market Forecasts, Worldwide, 2017-2023 99
2.3.11 Healthy or Hype 100
2.3.12 Consumer Supplemental Oxygen Nay Sayers 101
2.3.13 People Who Can Be Injured by Consumer Supplemental Oxygen 102
2.3.14 FDA Concern About "Flavored" Oxygen In Oxygen Bars 102
2.3.15 Oxygen and Sports 104
2.3.16 Use of Medical Oxygen With CPAP Devices 104
2.4 Exercise With Oxygen Therapy, Hypoxia, Elevation & Altitude Training. 105
2.4.1 Supplemental Oxygen Therapy: 105
2.4.2 Possible To Increase Oxygen In Blood Even When Pulse Oximetry Shows Full Oxygenation 106
2.4.3 Hyperoxygenation 108
2.4.4 Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT). 108
2.4.5 Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy For Athletes: Concussions and Tissue Healing 109
2.4.6 Football Players, Basket Ball players, and Hockey Players Use Oxygen to Support Performance
When Exhausted.110
2.4.7 Supplemental Oxygen Placebo Effect 111
2.4.1 Home Consumer Oxygen Equipment Market Forecasts 114
2.4.2 Wearables Market for Consumer Oxygen Equipment 117
2.4.3 Zoom Virtual Reality on an Exercise Bicycle 119
2.4.4 Consumer Oxygen Applications 120
2.5 Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy 121
2.5.1 Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy HBOT Testimonials 122
2.6 Consumer Oxygen Prices 124
2.6.1 Oxygen Bar Prices 128
2.7 Consumer Oxygen Regional Segment Analysis 132

3. Consumer Oxygen Product Description 135
3.1 Boost Sports and Consumer Oxygen 135
3.1.1 Using Boost After Strenuous Physical Activity 136
3.1.2 Boost Recreational Canned Oxygen 137
3.1.3 Boost Supplemental Oxygen for Pro Athletes 139
3.1.4 Boost Number One Sports Oxygen Tank in Europe 144
3.1.5 Boost Supplemental Oxygen Treats Symptoms Of Altitude Sickness 145

3.1.6 Boost Oxygen for Muscle & Fitness Training 145
3.1.7 Boost Oxygen Supplemental Oxygen for Relaxation 146
3.2 AirSep Focus Portable Oxygen Concentrator 146
3.3 Summit Oxygen 149
3.3.1 Summit Oxygen ALTOX Personal Oxygen System 149
3.4 Zadro Health Solutions 151
3.4.1 Zadro Benefits of the Oxygen Bar Operation 151
3.5 Oxygen Plus 158
3.5.1 Oxygen Plus Travel Oxygen 161
3.5.2 Oxygen Plus Office Oxygen 161
3.5.3 Oxygen Plus Elevation Oxygen 161
3.5.4 Oxygen Plus Play Oxygen 162
3.5.5 Oxygen Plus Recovery Oxygen 162
3.6 GoOxygen 164
3.6.1 Go Oxygen Benefits: 166
3.6.2 GoOxygen System Hyperoxic Training 167
3.7 Weyergans High Care AG Vacumed Hyperbaric Oxygen Pods 168
3.8 Live O2 Oxygen Reservoir 170
3.8.1 Firefighters Use Oxygen Concentrators To Detox Carbon Monoxide In The Body After Fighting
A Fire 170
3.9 NTK 171
3.10 www.dhgate.com Home Oxygen Concentrators for Emergencies 173
3.11 Inogen Portable Oxygen Concentrator Family 174
3.11.1 Inogen One G4 System 178
3.11.2 Inogen One G3 182

3.11.3 Inogen One G3 Portable Oxygen Concentrators 183
3.11.4 Inogen One G2 Portable Oxygen Concentrators 184
3.12 DeVilbiss Healthcare iGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator 186
3.12.1 DeVilbiss Battery Charger 187

4. Selected Consumer Oxygen Research and Technology 188
4.1 FDA Oxygen Alert 188
4.1.1 List of firms and their products subject to Detention without Physical Examination (DWPE)
under this Import Alert (a.k.a. Red List) 191
4.2 Harvard Medical School Study on Energy 193
4.2.1 Energy and Oxygen 193
4.3 Sports Oxygen 194
4.3.1 Placebo Effect 194
4.3.2 Examples of Measuring the Placebo Effect 196
4.4 Blood Color 197
4.4.1 Bohr effect 198
4.5 OHS Patient Symptoms 204
4.5.1 OHS Treatments with Oxygen 205
4.5.2 OHS Indicates that Blood Oxygen Saturation and Shortness of Breath Are Separate 205
4.6 Oxygen Useful for Post-Concussion Syndrome 207
4.7 Blood Doping: Lance Armstrong 207
4.7.1 Blood Transfusions Used By Athletes To Engage In Blood Doping. 208
4.7.2 Seven-Year Study of Lance Armstrong 208
4.8 Oxygen Research Directions 209
4.9 Co2 In Air 210

4.9.1 Chemistry of the Body 211
4.10 Need for Oxygen at Higher Altitudes 211
4.10.1 Difficulty That Physicians Have In Detecting Hypoxemia 213
4.10.2 Dyspnea, Shortness of Breath 214
4.11 Maximum Rate Of Oxygen (O2) Consumption By The Body During Exercise 215
4.11.1 Patients with OHS 217
4.11.2 Definition Of Obesity Hypoventilation Syndrome 218
4.11.3 Placebo Effect 220
4.12 Managing Hypoxia And Hypercapnia 222
4.12.1 Mountaineering Use of Supplemental Oxygen 223
4.13 Yoga and Breathing 225
4.14 Cardiac Stress Testing 226
4.15 Exercise as a Drug - Pharmacological Benefits Of Exercise 227
4.16 Medical Use of Oxygen 228
4.17 Hypoxia 229
4.18 Muscle fatigue 230
4.19 World Economy 231

5. Consumer Oxygen Company Profiles 232
5.1 Boost Oxygen 232
5.2 Chart Industries 236
5.2.1 Chart Caire / AirSep / Sequal 236
4 Chart Industries 237
4 Chart Industries Revenue 238

4 Chart Industries Respiratory Sales 239
4 Chart Industries / AirSep 240
5.3 Drive Medical / DeVilbiss Healthcare 241
4 Drive Medical Product Line 242
4 DeVilbiss Healthcare Moves Production Back to the USA 242
5.4 Foshan Keyhub Electronic Industries Co., Ltd. 243
5.5 Inogen 248
5.5.1 Inogen One G3 Versatile Portable Oxygen Concentrator 249
5.5.2 Inogen Is Reliable, Trusted, And Proven 251
5.5.3 Inogen Expands Manufacturing Capacity to Accommodate Growth 253
5.6 Jiuxin Medical 253
5.6.1 Jiuxin Medical Jogger Portable Ventilator 254
5.6.2 Jiuxin Medical ICU Ventilator Detachable 10.4"TFT Color Screen 255
5.7 Leistung Engineering 256
5.7.1 Leistung Key Strategy 257
5.8 Live O2 Oxygen 257
5.9 Longfian Scitech 260
5.9.1 Longfian Scitech JAY-20 Industry Oxygen 261
5.9.2 Longfian Scitech JAY-20 Industry Oxygen 261
5.10 NTK 262
5.11 Oxygen Plus 262
5.11.1 Oxygen Key Ingredient In Production Of Energy for Humans 263
5.11.2 Oxygen Plus / Summit Oxygen 268
5.12 Philips Healthcare 269
5.12.1 Philips Respironics Enables Consumer Lifestyle 271

5.13 POD Oxygen 278
5.14 Weyergans High Care AG 280
5.15 Yuwell 281
5.16 Zadro Health Solutions 282
5.17 Zorvo Portable O2 Generator 284
5.18 Zoom 289
5.19 2nd Wind Distributors 290
5.20 Oxygen Concentrator Companies 291

 

Figure 1. Boost Sports and Consumer Oxygen 17
Football Players Using Oxygen 18
Figure 2. Value of Consumer Oxygen 21
Figure 3. Issues With Consumer Oxygen 22
Figure 4. Consumer Oxygen Equipment Market Driving Forces 23
Figure 5. Consumer Recreational Oxygen Concentrator Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2016
(Image) 26
Figure 6. Consumer Recreational Oxygen Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2017-2023 28
Figure 7. Obesity Hypoventilation Syndrome Description 33

Figure 8. Oxygen Transport Inside the Human Body 40
Figure 9. Oxygen And Ozone Therapies Benefits 45
Figure 10. Judge Wesley E. Brown of Wichita, Kansas, 105 48
Figure 11. Summit Oxygen Tanks and Carrying Case 52
Figure 12. Common causes of fatigue 55
Figure 13. Various Diseases That Cause Fatigue 56
Figure 14. Boost Sports and Consumer Oxygen 58
Figure 15. Football Players Using Oxygen 59
Figure 16. Value of Consumer Oxygen 62
Figure 17. Issues With Consumer Oxygen 63
Figure 18. Consumer Oxygen Equipment Market Driving Forces 64
Figure 19. Consumer Recreational Oxygen Concentrator Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2016
(Image) 67
Figure 20. Consumer Recreational Oxygen Concentrator Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2016 68
Figure 21. Consumer Recreational Oxygen Concentrator Market Shares, Units and Dollars, Worldwide,
2016 69
Figure 22. BOOST Pure Oxygen 70
Figure 23. Consumer Oxygen Equipment Market Leaders, Worldwide, 2016 72
Figure 24. Oxygen Bar Machines 74
Figure 25. Enshey Oxygen Bar Machines 1L/min—5L/min Portable Oxygen Concentrator Air Purifier
Oxygen 75
Figure 26. Selected Consumer and Recreational Oxygen Market Participants 76
Figure 27. Selected Consumer Oxygen Market Participants 77
Figure 28. Consumer Recreational Oxygen Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2017-2023 82
Figure 29. Consumer Oxygen Systems Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2016-2022 83
Figure 30. Consumer Recreational Oxygen Shipment Market Segment Forecasts Percent, Worldwide,
2017-2023 84
Figure 31. Professional Sports Oxygen Equipment Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2017-2023 85
Figure 32. Consumer Recreational Semi Professional and Amateur Athlete Oxygen Market Shipments
Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2017-2023 87
Figure 33. Consumer Recreational Corporate Gym Oxygen Market Shipments Forecasts, Dollars,
Worldwide, 2017-2023 89

Figure 34. Consumer Recreational Sports Gym Oxygen Market Shipments Forecasts, Dollars,
Worldwide, 2017-2023 91
Figure 35. Oxygen Concentrator Regulator 93
Figure 36. Aging Population Consumer Oxygen Equipment Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2017-2023
94
Figure 37. Enshey Oxygen Bar Machines 1L/min—5L/min Portable Oxygen Concentrator Air Purifier
Oxygen 97
Figure 38. Oxygen Air Purifiers on Amazon 98
Figure 39. Worldwide Patients on Oxygen Market Forecasts, Worldwide, 2017-2023 99
Figure 40. Obesity Hypoventilation Syndrome Description 112
Figure 41. Aging of the Population, Percent of Total Population By Country US, Japan, Europe, China,
Regional Analysis, 2016 and 2020 114
Figure 42. Consumer Oxygen Services by Sector, Obese and People Using Wearable Consumer
Devices, Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2016-2022 117
Figure 43. Wearables Market for Consumer Oxygen Equipment 118
Figure 44. Wearable Oxygen Metabolism Measurement App Market Forecasts, Dollars and Units
Worldwide, 2016-2022 118
Figure 45. Zoom Virtual Reality Exercise Bike 120
Figure 46. Consumer Oxygen Applications 121
Figure 47. UK Hyperbaricoxygentherapy/com 123
Figure 48. Hybaricoxygentherapy Chamber Risks 124
Figure 49. Oxygen Plus Canisters 127
Figure 50. Oxygen Plus Canisters on Google 127
Figure 51. Consumer Oxygen and Air Purifiers on Google 128
Figure 52. Consumer Oxygen on Google 128
Figure 53. Merilive Portable 129
Figure 54. Merilive Oxygen Concentrator Functions 130
Figure 55. Amazon Consumer Oxygen 131
Figure 56. Consumer Oxygen Equipment Regional Market Segments, 2016 132
Figure 57. Consumer Oxygen Equipment Regional Market Segments, 2016 133
Figure 58. Football Players Using Oxygen 135
Figure 59. Boost Prohibits Enhancement Of Oxygen Transfer 137

Figure 60. BOOST Pure Oxygen 138
Figure 61. Boost Oxygen Users 140
Figure 62. AirSep Focus Consumer Oxygen Concentrator Weighs a 1.75 Pounds 147
Figure 63. AirSep Focus Consumer Oxygen 148
Figure 64. Summit Oxygen Tanks and Carrying Case 149
Figure 65. Summit Oxygen Carrying Case 150
Figure 66. Zadro Diagram of Oxygen Bar and Control Panel 151
Figure 67. Zadro Operation Instructions 152
Figure 68. Zadro Oxygen Bar 153
Figure 69. Zadro Oxygen Generation 154
Figure 70. Zadro Oxygen Bar Operation 155
Figure 71. Zadro Oxygen Bar Timer Operations 156
Figure 72. Zadro Identification of Benefits of Supplemental Oxygen 157
Figure 73. Oxygen Plus Canisters 159
Figure 74. Oxygen Plus O+ Oxygen Products 160
Figure 75. Oxygen Plus Applications 160
Figure 76. Oxygenplus Canister of Oxygen 163
Figure 77. Go Oxygen System: 165
Figure 78. Go Oxygen Benefits: 166
Figure 79. Go Oxygen System Specifications 167
Figure 80. Weyergans High Care AG Vacumed Hyperbaric Oxygen Pods 168
Figure 81. NTK Original Equipment Oxygen Sensors 171
Figure 82. NTK Oxygen Concentrator Description 172
Figure 83. www.dhgate.com Home Oxygen Concentrators for Emergencies 173
Figure 84. Inogen Portable Oxygen Concentrator Family 174
Figure 85. Inogen Portable Oxygen Concentrator Strategy 175
Figure 86. Inogen Portable Oxygen Concentrator Portable Product Offerings 175
Figure 87. Inogen Portable Oxygen Concentrator Portable Product Benefits 176
Figure 88. Inogen One G4 System 178
Figure 89. Ingen One System Features: 179
Figure 90. Inogen Key Product Specifications 181

Figure 91. Inogen One G3 Portable Oxygen Concentrators 183
Figure 92. Inogen One G2 Portable Oxygen Concentrators 184
Figure 93. Schematic Diagram Of The Flow Of Blood Through The Circulatory System, Showing O2/Co2
Exchange In The Body 200
Figure 94. Obesity Hypoventilation Syndrome CO2 Loading And Unloading During Respiratory Events
202
Figure 95. Increasing CO2 Levels In The Atmosphere 210
Figure 96. Obesity Hypoventilation Syndrome Description 219
Figure 97. Boost Oxygen Target Applications 233
Figure 98. Boost Oxygen Canisters 233
Figure 99. Boost Oxygen Athlete Endorsements 234
Figure 100. Boost Oxygen Sports Supported 235
Figure 101. Chart Industries Regional Presence 238
Figure 102. DeVilbiss Healthcare Regional Market Presence 241
Figure 103. Jiuxin Medical Jogger Portable Ventilator 254
Figure 104. Jiuxin Medical ICU Ventilator Features 255
Figure 105. Live Oxygen Therapy 258
Figure 106. Longfian Scitech JAY-20 Industry Oxygen 261
Figure 107. Oxygen Plus Conditions That Can Reduce Oxygen Levels 264
Figure 108. Oxygen Plus Use Before Meditating 266
Figure 109. Oxygen Plus Selected Customers 267
Figure 110. Summit Altox Personal Oxygen System 268
Figure 111. Philips Global Trends And Challenges 272
Figure 112. Philips Positions To Simplify Global Healthcare Delivery For The Long Term 274
Figure 113. Philips Healthcare Delivery Product Positioning 275
Figure 114. Philips Delivering Margin Improvement and Decreasing Manufacturing Overhead 277
Figure 115. Pod Oxygen Canister 279
Figure 116. Weyergans High Care AG Vacumed Hpyperbolic Oxygen Therapy 280
Figure 117. Yuwell YU300 Homecare Portable Oxygen Concentrator 281
Figure 118. Zadro Health Solutions 282
Figure 119. Zadro Tranquil Sounds Oxygen Bar Features: 283

Figure 120. Zorvo Portable O2 Generator Features 284
Figure 121. Zorvo Portable O2 Generator Effect 285
Figure 122. Zorvo Portable O2 Generator Tranquil Sounds Oxygen Bar - MODEL: OXY01 286
Figure 123. Zadro’s Tranquil Sounds Oxygen Bar Benefits 287
Figure 124. Zorvo Portable O2 Generator Tranquil Sounds Oxygen Bar Operation: 288
Figure 125. Zoom Game Cycle 289

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