22Lightbulbs: Simple and Affordable Oxygen

Lifeflo Oxygen
 
Lifeflo CEO Dan Normand discusses what simple and affordable oxygen means and how Lifeflo can save lives, especially infants. We discuss the importance of having oxygen in any emergency situation and Lifeflo’s goals to make this happen.
 
Dan has 30 years of medical device experience with companies like GE Healthcare, Covidian, ThermoRespiratory Group, and Carefusion.  He’s a respiratory care specialist with clinical experience in intensive care medicine and is passionate about solving medical challenges.  
 
Lifeflo is a medical device manufacturer employing innovative technologies to produce oxygen delivery devices that are safe, simple and affordable. Lifeflo’s over-the-counter devices are designed to provide oxygen in emergency situations for use in homes, community centers, churches, rural clinics, and workplaces. The product is a low cost, ultra-light, disposable bag capable of producing oxygen to a face mask or nasal cannula in a controlled manner for up to 20 minutes. The device has been FDA cleared for market and is being sold today. 
 

5.9 million babies die at or near birth in the world, simply providing oxygen could reduce this by 35%

 
 Minutes:
03:00 – How does Lifeflo work?
05:29 – How big is the Lifeflo oxygen bag?
06:03 – Is it easy to use? Do you need medical training?
07:10 – Do you envision this to be available everywhere?
14:33 – Tell about the use of Lifeflo in humanitarian settings.
18:40 – What are some of the lessons you’ve learned along the way?
22:42 – When will the new product be available?
 

To learn more about Lifeflo or to view the products, check out their Supplier Page at The Level Market

[The podcast name 22Lightbulbs is from Chinese numerology where the number 22 serves as the destiny number of individuals who are builders and leaders.]

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