UVD Robots for Healthcare

Within the healthcare sector, the risk remains that with patients, staff and family all in one shared space, infections can be passed quickly and easily from person to person, from person to bed, door, or other surfaces, or through medical equipment. UVD Robots from Nesa Robotics can help the healthcare sector tackle the threat posed by COVID-19 and other viruses and bacteria.

Viruses and bacteria in the air and on surfaces are not only an issue for hospitals, but also care homes, dental practices and many other healthcare facilities.

Well trusted throughout the healthcare sector, the UVD Robot from NESA Robotics was specifically designed for the healthcare sector to kill hospital superbugs and hospital acquired infections including Covid-19 and other coronaviruses.

Never completely effective, traditional routine cleaning and disinfection can mean that diseases and infections remain in the hospital setting. With the added impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on healthcare as a whole, the need for improved PPE, cleaning and disinfecting is now more essential than ever to keeping countries safe and their healthcare sectors afloat. 

Developed at Odense University in Denmark and subsequently used across healthcare sectors in much of Europe and Asia, the UVD Robot disinfects and, when paired with traditional cleaning methods, ensures deep and thorough sanitisation in hallways, wards and operating theatres.

The UVD Robot from NESA Robotics uses UVC light to kill 99.9999% of harmful microorganisms, bacteria, and viruses as these pathogens do not possess a defence mechanism against this type of UV light. Disinfection happens quickly and thoroughly and the UVD Robot’s large range of 18,000 square metres in 2.5 hours can easily manage anywhere in the healthcare sector from large hospital spaces to small clinical rooms.  

Providing disinfection in both the private and public healthcare sectors, the UVD Robot can be used in dentists, cosmetics clinics, private hospitals, care homes and across the NHS. With the average sized room disinfected in around 10 minutes and then available for immediate use after, consulting rooms and theatres can be easily disinfected between patients, creating benefits of increased efficiency as well as peace of mind for staff and clients.

You can see the UVD Robots at work in the healthcare sector and other locations here.