A new trend is emerging: hospital buyers are coming to OpenMarkets not only to research and buy routine equipment like stretchers, ultrasounds and hospital-grade TV's, but also to seek unique and harder-to-find equipment like surgical headlights and immunossay analyzers (like this Siemens ADVIA Centaur CP system).
You can even research and buy hyperbaric chambers. Pretty cool.
Pennsylvania-based ETC Hyperbaric Chambers, an active supplier in the OpenMarkets Community, has created a product profile of their popular BARA-MED Select Chamber on The ExchangeTM. Users can login to The ExchangeTM anytime to see technical information and connect directly with ETC; the general public can also see a preview of this product and request more info here.
Jamal Radford, Business Unit Manager for ETC Hyperbaric Chamber, shared info on some recent trends in the space: "“A number of dynamics are driving this sales increase: customers and industry professionals have embraced ETC`s computer technology and advanced features like never before; aging equipment, both ETC’s and that of our competitors, is being replaced.”
Here's a bit more about the advantages of ETC's Hyperbaric Chambers:
- Decreased ventilation chamber rate
The ventilation rate of all ETC chambers is 90 to 400 SLPM. This ventilation rate is lower than other chambers on the market and equates to an overall savings in oxygen use per treatment.
Immediate operational savings
ETC chambers commence oxygen savings at the beginning of their very first treatment, giving facilities an immediately realized, quantifiable cost savings.
Multiplied over time, the overall individual chamber oxygen savings converts into a real measurable dollar value of over $8,000.00 per year for each chamber.
No sacrifice to patient care
Even though hyperbaric chamber oxygen use is greatly reduced, there is no impact on the standard of care patients receive during treatment.
If your hospital is seeking to upgrade your oxygen therapy capabilities, simply contact ETC anytime on The OpenMarketsTM Exchange.