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Long-term supplemental O2 has little affect on patients with stable COPD, study says

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10/27/2016

BALTIMORE – In patients with stable COPD, long-term supplemental oxygen does not result in a longer time to death or first hospitalization, nor does it provide sustained benefits regarding other measured outcomes, according to a recent study conducted by The Long-Term Oxy

Inogen lines up strong 2016

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08/12/2016

GOLETA, Calif. – The second quarter went so well for Inogen that the manufacturer and provider of portable oxygen concentrators has increased its guidance for the year.

GCE enters U.S. POC market

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07/08/2016

DALLAS – GCE Group has entered the U.S. and Canadian homecare markets with its GCE Healthcare range of respiratory care products. Effective immediately, the GCE portable oxygen concentrators under the Zen-O brand will be marketed to U.S. and Canadian customers.

Short takes: RRI, DeRoyal

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02/16/2016

St. Louis, Miss.-based Responsive Respiratory Inc. has published its new oxygen solutions catalog for 2016.

Inogen faces fears head-on

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12/01/2015

GOLETA, Calif. – Inogen on Monday provided additional full-year guidance for next year, perhaps in a move to quell fears surrounding the national rollout of competitive bidding pricing on Jan. 1, 2016.

Drive Medical’s pure play

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07/24/2015

Editor’s note: This is the third in a series of stories about transfilling technology.

Conventional 02: 'It's declining, not dying'

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06/19/2015

Handling the traditional oxygen side of the respiratory business is likely to be a shrinking segment for most home medical equipment providers.

Providers debate CMNs, templates

‘I think asking the physician to fill out anything is not helpful’
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06/05/2015

YARMOUTH, Maine – While respiratory providers say they might support doing away with CMNs for oxygen, some aren’t sure about the potential for an electronic clinical template to replace them.

Bill paves way for oxygen providers

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04/14/2015

MADISON, Wis. – Gov. Scott Walker has signed into law a bill that allows HME providers to provide home oxygen therapy without a pharmacist on staff.

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