Continued Strong Growth Expected for OxySure

Sep. 30, 2015 | RedChip Companies


OxySure Systems (OTCQB: OXYS), the medical device innovator of life-saving easy-to-use emergency oxygen solutions and other medical technologies, was recently ranked as one of the top five fastest growing technology companies in North Texas. Its staggering growth of 801% between 2012 and 2014 earned OXYS the number four spot at the Metroplex Technology Business Council’s Tech Titan Awards Gala in August, and with multiple major milestones achieved in 2015, we believe this microcap stock is poised to continue its track record of growth.

The Company’s growth has been primarily fueled by the success of its unique oxygen from powder technology, the OxySure Model 615. With the Model 615, there are no compressed tanks, no dials, no valves, no regulatory maintenance, no hydrostatic testing, no batteries, and no required training, and the technology is both safe and easy-to-use for the layperson.

Similar to an automated external defibrillator (AED) or fire extinguisher, the Model 615 can be placed just about anywhere a medical emergency might occur to help improve medical outcomes and save lives by bridging the gap between a medical emergency and the arrival of first responders on the scene.

The Journal of Emergency Medical Services (JEMS) recently published an opinion paper that paves the way for wider adoption of “public/first aid oxygen” usage, such as the Model 615.

Commenting on the paper, Julian Ross, CEO of OXYS, stated, "We have always believed that to improve medical outcomes the significant risks associated with hypoxia in a medical emergency have to be addressed as soon as possible after its onset. The JEMS opinion lays to rest any concerns about "over-oxygenation" in certain situations, and provides EMS and lay rescuers peace of mind regarding the use of FDA-approved first aid oxygen units on an emergency basis prior to the availability of pulse oximetry (usually upon the arrival on the scene of trained first responders)."

Over the summer, the Model 615 portable emergency oxygen device was used 18 times during the Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles.

"We feel honored to have played a role in providing a safety net and serving the medical emergency needs of the Special Olympics World Games," said Ross. "And knowing that our product was successfully used in 18 saves makes it that much more meaningful."

Increasing interest in the Model 615 has spurred OXYS to expand its sales team, and in early September, the Company announced the appointment of two new Territory Sales Managers in Indiana and Colorado. These new additions add to a growing nationwide direct sales team that complements and enhances the Company’s existing distribution sales channel, comprising in excess of fifty distribution partners.

With so many great things happening for this undervalued microcap stock, OXYS recently announced that its stockholders voted to approve two proposals designed to support an uplisting of the Company to a national exchange such as NASDAQ. The increased visibility that comes with a major exchange listing would likely lead to much higher share prices.

Independent equity research firm SeeThruEquity has a price target of $2.30 on OXYS, calling the Company "an intriguing speculative medical device company entering what should be a significant growth year, with an innovative product targeting a large potential market."

RedChip analysts concur and currently have a price target of $1.90 on OXYS. From its recent price of just $0.28 per share, this represents significant upside for investors. Learn more about OXYS today by visiting their stock page where you can download our latest research profile, watch interviews with management, and more.



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