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Delphi Medical Systems Expands Into Respiratory Care Market

Published: Wednesday, December 14, 2005 - 22:00

Delphi Medical Systems, a subsidiary of Delphi Corp., recently signed an exclusive worldwide licensing agreement with WearAir Oxygen Inc., a Canadian medical-device company. Delphi anticipates using WearAir’s technology for its OEM customers and distributors for portable oxygen concentrators in the United States, Canada and European markets in 2006. Ideal for use with ambulatory patients for home care or in alternate sites, the oxygen concentrators are being designed to be high-performance and easy for patients to operate.

“We welcome this opportunity to work with Delphi Medical Systems,” says Guy Gaiser, WearAir chairman and CEO. “With this licensing agreement, we hope to continue to provide advanced technologies to fill the needs of respiratory patients around the world. We look forward to leveraging Delphi’s strengths in design, cost, manufacturing and reliability.”

“Respiratory care is a rapidly-growing segment of the medical community and we’re becoming an important source of technologies, products and manufacturing know-how in these markets,” says Christophe Sevrain, Delphi Medical Systems managing director.

For more information, visit www.wearair.com or www.delphimedical.com.

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