Japan’s Teijin To Lease Portable Oxygen Generators To Institutions
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Teijin Pharma of Japan, maker of home-use portable oxygen generators, says it will begin leasing the devices to medical institutions May 30. The U.S.-developed generator is capable of operating on a car's cigarette lighter power outlet. The company markets a portable model in response to the needs of Japanese patients, about 130,000 of whom rely on home-use stationary models. Over the next six months, Tiejin plans to rent 200 of its Hi-Sanso Portable models to institutions for use by patients. (Click here for more - a subscription may be required
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