Caesar Rivise, PC Client’s COVID-Destroying LifeAire Systems Installed in Carbon County Hospital
Posted on Oct 15, 2021 in Blog
St. Luke’s University Health Network (SLUHN) has installed Caesar Rivise client LifeAire Systems’ air purification technology throughout patient areas at the new Carbon County campus opening this fall. The Carbon County campus is the second SLUHN campus to install LifeAire’s air purification systems. Based upon the clinical and economic data from their clinical study, SLUHN has chosen to implement LifeAire Systems’ technology towards the protection of acute care areas across the SLUHN network.
LifeAire’s patented design is mathematically and genomically modeled to kill or inactivate the most infectious biological pathogens, including–but not limited to–anthrax spores, COVID-19 (Coronavirus), tuberculosis, and influenza on a single pass through the system. The technology may also help address the major problem of hospital-acquired infections, helping to protect patients in acute care areas.
The innovative multi-stage air purification system was invented by Kathryn C. Worrilow, PhD., Founder and CEO of LifeAire Systems. Dr. Worrilow’s technology is protected by patents in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, China, Germany, Spain, Italy, the UK, the Netherlands, and Israel.
Dr. Worrilow will be introducing her technology as the special guest of a virtual SLUHN event on October 26, 2021. More information and a link to register are available here.