New pediatric device delivers oxygen through a lollipop

The paramedic-designed product is a self-administering medication device that looks and tastes like a lollipop


Loli-O’s, a medical invention that helps children with respiratory problems, will go into market test production late this spring.

The device was designed and developed by paramedic Johnathan Harrison, a 20-year EMS veteran from Tennessee.

Loli-O’s is essentially a sugar-free lollipop and is a self-administering medication device that makes use of blow-by oxygen. Since it is sweet, the child simply licks on the lollipop while the oxygen is being delivered to their lungs.

Loli-O’s is essentially a sugar-free lollipop and is a self-administering medication device. (Image courtesy of World Patent Marketing)
Loli-O’s is essentially a sugar-free lollipop and is a self-administering medication device. (Image courtesy of World Patent Marketing)

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Posted by Loli-O's on Tuesday, May 5, 2015

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