O₂ Cube Fast Track Program
a rapid response program to save lives
Pediatric pneumonia is the number one cause of child death in the world, with 800,000 deaths per year.
Now the COVID-19 pandemic ravages all ages.
What is necessary for both diseases but is in short supply in the developing world?
deaths per year
in developing nations
die outside hospital
The O2 Cube Fast Track project is LeanMed’s rapid response to the COVID-19 pandemic utilizing an O₂ Cube prototype solution that uses FDA approved medical devices, provided by socially driven public companies who share in our mission to bring oxygen to patients in developing countries and save lives- faster.
Performed as a clinical study in Uganda, Fast Track expedites the process of providing medical oxygen to patients in rural health centers in developing countries where this resource is scare, and the mortalities from its inadequacy are high.
In short: save lives faster.
The aim of Fast Track is to assess the effectiveness of the O2 cube system in providing continuous access to oxygen during referral from health centers and determine the impact that introduction of oxygen has on reducing hypoxemia in children under five.
you can become a partner in the fight for O2
Join LeanMed and several other organizations and individuals who recognize the need for greater access to this essential resource.
O2 Cube Fast Track
LeanMed will work with 1 referral hospital and 5-7 referring clinics in Uganda for this Fast Track program.
Each health facility will receive the following key components:
A. Goal Zero Yeti 3000x
B. Philips EverFlo Oxygen Conentrator
C. Philips UltraFill Filling Station
D. Masimo Rad-G Pulse Oximeter
Following the conclusion of this program, LeanMed will have:
Delivered & installed lifesaving medical equipment at 8 Ugandan healthcare facilities.
Received medical insights on 120 million children diagnosed with pneumonia every year.
Developed proof of concept for a completely new medical device that is projected to save tens of thousands of lives by reducing pediatric pneumonia mortality rates by 10%.
Brought nearly 3,000 children state of the art diagnostics and treatment for pneumonia.
rapid deployment plan
Identify pilot sites
Obtain Regulatory Approvals
Install and Train on Pulse Oximetry
Establish Hypoxemia Baseline
Install & Train on Oxygen System
Data Collection & Field Support
Publish Preliminary Report