WAVEPulse™ Sterilization is a patent-protected, advanced medical device technology platform designed to reduce costs and raise sterilization standards. SterileTest Validation TM is designed to provide a rapid, pathogen specific method for verifying protein destruction of sterilization and disinfection processes.
What is ONEighty C Technologies?
Based in Massachusetts and founded in 2013, the Company has developed WAVEPulseTM Sterilization and SterileTestTM Validation , which use configurable energies and validate protein destruction.
Cost-Effective, Turnkey, Scalable Systems
Stand-alone, portable systems use NASA-developed and proprietary processes as well as other factors to achieve high-performance sterilization.
WAVEPulse™ Sterilization Platform
A protein-fragmentation technology designed to completely sterilize and neutralize lethal bio-pathogens, super bugs, viruses, and other hazardous substances.
Unmet Needs in Infection Control
Inability to destroy extremely stable proteins (e.g., prions)
Inability to guarantee sterility of reprocessed medical devices due to residual pathogens, bodily fluids or tissues
Limited efficacy of current low-temperature sterilization processes
Patients are at Risk for Unnecessary Severe Infection and Death | Find Out More
"N.H. Patients Possibly Exposed to Fatal Brain Disease"
Unclean Medical Instruments Trigger Infections
"Deadly Superbug CRE Linked to 2 Deaths in Los Angeles"
Patient Health Risks
Prions, an infectious protein, cause incurable death in humans and animals from degenerative brain diseases, including Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease and Mad Cow Disease.
Carbapenem-Resistant Enterobacteriaceae is a new super bug; 50% patient mortality rate. Recently caused patient deaths at UCLA medical facility.
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus is a germ that does not get better with the first-line antibiotics that usually cure staph infections. Accounts for over 60% of all staph infections. Contributing factor to 100,000 deaths annually in the US and UK.
Collection of microorganisms and their protective matrix of proteins and polysaccharides. Biofilm colonies can adhere strongly to medical devices, resisting standard cleaning and serve as a source of post-surgical infection.
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Go Global Exchange Accelerator – Germany
ONEightyC has been invited to participate in the Go Global Exchange Accelerator in Bavaria Germany in June 2017.