ResMed, one of the leading companies in the respiratory equipment industry, lives up to its reputation once again with the debut of its first portable oxygen concentrator, the Mobi.
As one of the most technologically advanced Continuous and BiLevel Positive Air Pressure (CPAP/BiPAP) sleep therapy manufacturers in the industry, ResMed has truly changed lives with every breath. Their award-winning machines have provided relief for over two decades to customers who struggle with sleep apnea and other respiratory conditions worldwide.
The San Diego-based company has revolutionized respiratory equipment through their cloud-connected devices which now serve an excess of four million customers, in order to better cater to the individual needs of their customers. CEO Michael Farrell has overseen the development and production of some of the most successful products on the market including the Astral, the AirFit 20, and the AirTouch F20, Now, ResMed is allowing their customers the freedom they deserve.
What is the Mobi?
The Mobi is ResMed’s first branded portable oxygen concentrator. While in-home devices are designed for a specific medical condition, the Mobi has been designed for the active chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) customer. This portable oxygen machine will weight less than five pounds. Combined with a lasting battery life and stylish carrying case, the lightweight concentrator allows customers to experience a new level of mobility at home or on the go. When traveling by car, it can easily be charged through the DC outlet. It is also FAA airline approved, making it perfect for the frequent airplane traveler.
According to CEO Michael Farrell, ResMed has “achieved great mobility, comfort and therapy quality in sleep apnea treatment with AirMini, the world’s smallest Positive Air Pressure (PAP) device. Mobi offers that same great balance to the many millions of people who rely on supplemental oxygen to enjoy their highest quality of life.”
The Mobi is ideal for active customers who frequently engage in physical activity or exercise, which is incredibly important for individuals dealing with COPD.
The ResMed Mobi portable oxygen system is projected to hit the market in the late second-quarter of 2018 and will be available to all U.S. patients through their Home Medical Equipment (HME) providers soon.