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Study Shows Significant Reduction in Oxygen Expenditures with Conversion to VOCSN

NEW Oxygen Study

Ventec Life Systems recently published new research showing oxygen expenditures decreasing by 75% for a long term care facility after conversion to VOCSN Multi-Function Ventilator. With recent news about oxygen shortages impacting hospitals and facilities using ventilators, this research is especially timely. The facility studied realized annualized savings of over $16,000 for oxygen expenditures following the change to VOCSN Multi-Function Ventilator.

Key Findings of Primary Analysis:
  • Every patient used less oxygen when using VOCSN compared to when using HT70. Using 30 “average” patients with 24-hour oxygen requirements for 31 days:
  • Patients using VOCSN used 75% less oxygen compared to patients using HT70.
  • Oxygen expenditures decreased by 75%.
  • Total oxygen expenditures (including delivery fee, tax, and flat monthly fee) decreased by 53%.
  • Annualized cost savings for total oxygen use at the facility was $16,125.
  • Annualized cost savings per patient for total oxygen use at the facility was $538.
  • Nine percent of patients transitioned to VOCSN in the after period no longer required oxygen and nine percent were weaned from the ventilator.

Study Shows Significant Reduction in Oxygen Expenditures with Conversion to VOCSN

Chart from VOCSN oxygen study

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