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Ohio Medical provides respiratory, medical and industrial gas/vacuum delivery systems.

History

"Ohio Medical has maintained a presence in the medical industry for well over 45 years under the brands of Ohio Medical, Ohmeda, Aeros-Instruments & Squire-Cogswell and is a leading worldwide supplier of medical vacuum and gas delivery and systems. Over these 45 years, Ohio Medical products have created a reputation as a manufacturer of clinically relevant and reliable products.

Ohio Medical has a long and positive heritage under the names Ohio Medical Products, Airco and Ohmeda. It is a name with broad recognition and a sound service reputation in hospital environments around the world. In the 1950's, the first Ohio Medical Vacuum regulator was introduced under the brand of Ohio Chemical, followed by the Intermittent vacuum regulator 1951 and the HH Model in 1953. In 1960, Ohio Chemical and Surgical Equipment Company acquired Armstrong, changing its name to Ohio Medical Products in 1967. In 1982, the name Ohio Medical Products became Ohmeda.

In July of 2005, Ohio Medical Corporation was formed and purchased Ohmeda Suction & Oxygen Therapy products from GE Healthcare and the Aeros Instruments & Squire-Cogswell (privately held). This union of two companies reunited two businesses under one powerful name providing stronger focus on customer and industry."[1]


Products

Flowmeter

Contact

Links

Ohio Medical website

References

  1. http://www.ohiomedical.com/default.aspx?id=8

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