In situations of lack of hygiene, the risk of infections and diseases increases, especially in hospitals that suffer from poor cleaning arrangements. In such hospitals, it becomes difficult to treat infection-related ailments completely. Therefore, in order to tackle the serious issues of infections, cleanliness, and the prevention of contagion are the primary requirements.
Recently, a new robot has been invented that is helping hospitals in some countries to reduce the risk of infection that can be spread by multi drug-resistant organisms. Known as the Xenex Germ-Zapping Robot, this appliance emits pulsed xenon, a high-intensity ultraviolet (UV) wave to wipe out bacteria, germs, and superbugs that are hard-to-kill and are found in difficult-to-reach places. This utility of the Xenex Germ-Zapping Robot makes it a supremely useful device for hospitals and other medical centers.
Using an ultraviolet light to kill germs and bacteria is the new thing but the breakthrough innovation enables the use of this radiation in a super easy and safe manner. The device emits the light which penetrates into the cell walls of viruses, bacteria, mold, fungus, spores and all sorts of microorganisms. The light then fuses the DNA of the organisms and makes them incapable of reproducing and thus kills them on the spot effectively.
Ideally, the germ-zapping robot should be used concurrently with other regular methods of cleaning and sanitation. Once the routine cleaning is completed, the Xenex germ-zapping robot can be left to do its work and, surprisingly, it can make the entire room germ-free within 10 minutes.
More than 400 hospitals across the USA, Europe, Asia, and Africa are using the Xenex germ-zapping robot presently to assist their staff in warding off infection germs.
Watch the video below to know about all that the Xenex germ-zapping robot does and how it functions.