Solar powered, medical oxygen production system for rural health facilities in need
a dire, unmet need for O2
Acute respiratory infections, mainly pneumonia, are the leading cause of death in children worldwide.
A critical part of treatment for these infections involves being on oxygen.
Medical oxygen is costly to produce and deliver, and as such is difficult to get in developing nations, where it is needed most.
how do we reach patients before it’s too late?
our goal is to
earlier access to O2
Our O2 cube is designed to overcome the challenges facing oxygen delivery.
The cube’s compact design and large filling capacity make it extremely cost efficient and long lasting.
The cube’s durable battery is powered by solar energy, making it more accessible to these 40,000 rural health centers that lack grid electricity.
Paul Heller, host of Innovation+Talks podcast, brings in LeanMed’s CEO and Co-Founder, Mark Adkins, to share his experience with lean startups, the affect pneumonia has in underserved regions, and how scaling products like the O2 Cube is complex but essential in making a social impact. Listen Now!
how the O2 cube is different
The O2 cube recharges via solar energy, putting less of a strain on limited resources.
The O2 cube fills cylinders that are able to be transported to other health facilities.
The O2 cube produces oxygen cheaply and sustainably, with a smaller up front investment.