Inogen (INGN) shares were up 15% at midday Wednesday after the company said that its Q3 comprehensive income was $0.31 per diluted share, declining from $0.73 per diluted share a year earlier, but higher than the consensus estimate of $0.23 per share compiled by Capital IQ.

The company’s Q3 revenue was $91.8 million, also down from last year’s $95.3 million, but just exceeding consensus estimate of $91.7 million.

Inogen reiterated its full-year 2019 revenue guidance of between $370 million and $375 million, in line with consensus of $372 million. For full-year 2020, the company expects revenue between $410 million and $415 million.