Medical Device Innovator OxySure Systems Official Provider of Medical Support at Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles - Video News Alert on

Jun. 25, 2015 10:09 am

Vancouver, British Columbia--(Newsfile Corp. - June 25, 2015) - Medical device innovator OxySure Systems (OTCQB: OXYS) will be a Champion Partner of the Special Olympics World Games, set to take place July 25th to Aug 2nd in Los Angeles. The Special Olympics, with 7,000 athletes, 3,000 coaches from 177 countries, 30,000 volunteers, plus an estimated 500,000 spectators, will be the largest sports and humanitarian event anywhere in the world in 2015. The Games, including 25 Olympic-style sports, will be held at 27 different venues over 9 days. has produced a "video news alert" which provides a brief overview of the company. If this link is not enabled, please visit and enter "OxySure" in the search box.

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OxySure, a global leader and medical device innovator, pioneered a ground-breaking technology to produce medically pure oxygen from inert powders, making the provision of emergency oxygen safer, more accessible and easier to use than traditional oxygen delivery systems. In addition to supplying emergency oxygen, OxySure will support participants and attendees by providing automated external defibrillators, oxygen pulse oximeters, and other medical emergency equipment and services.

Julian T. Ross, Chairman and CEO of OxySure stated: "We are excited to play our part in such an important event by working with the Games Medical Operations team, as well as partners such as USC, UCLA, Kaiser Permanente, and the Los Angeles Fire Department in contributing to the safety and health of the athletes, coaches, volunteers and attendees throughout the Games."

Two-time Olympian Cliff Meidl, OxySure's global spokesperson added: "Becoming involved in this capacity is exciting and especially meaningful for me and for OxySure Systems. I have been involved with Special Olympics dating back to 2000 after my second Olympic Games in Sydney."

Meidl has a special relationship with CPR, oxygen and AED units. His life was saved when he was just 20 years old and working on a construction site in Los Angeles. First responding firefighters found him in cardiac arrest, and upon administering CPR, oxygen and AED resuscitation, brought him back to life.

John Ohanesian, Senior VP of Medical Services for the LA2015 Games Organizing Committee stated: "We are delighted to have the OxySure product in the Games, and together with their AEDs, integrated with our medical operations infrastructure, we hope that this will be the safest World Games in history."

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