Eniware Portable Sterilizer PS-25

Eniware

Eniware Portable Sterilizer is a prototype that uses nitrogen dioxide to sterilize medical equipment without electricity to provide portable, power-free medical instrument sterilization for surgical care in any setting.

Product description

Eniware Portable Sterilizer is a prototype that uses nitrogen dioxide to sterilize medical equipment without electricity to provide portable, power-free medical instrument sterilization for surgical care in any setting.

Target region(s)

East Africa^(Interview with representative)

Distributors/implementing organizations

The Essential Surgery Company is a collaboration between Eniware and Dr. Ian Clarke, CEO of International Medical Group, Uganda. The company is an implementer and distributor in Uganda that oversees the marketing and distribution of the PS-25 in East Africa. In addition, Pro-Health International and Johns Hopkins Medicine are implementation partners for a Nigeria Mission Camp study. Finally, Jhpiego is a partner for product development research, evaluation, and training. A full list of Eniware’s distributors, implementers, and other partners can be found on the Eniware website.

Market suggested retail price

$2000.00 for the device, $20 for consumables in each use^(Interview with representative)

Competitive landscape

Disposable equipment, disinfection with boiling water or chemical treatment (hydrogen peroxide plasma, formaldehyde). More information on disinfection vs. sterilization and surgical methods in this target area can be found here and here.

SDG targeted

Goal 3: to improve and promote good health.

This product aims to reduce infection and surgery-related death by increasing access to sterile medical instruments. Source: (Eniware).

Target user(s)

Sterile practician technicians; medical professionals^(Interview with representative)

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