Taking Control of Germs in the Palm of Your Hand with UVCeed
Dr. Peter Bonutti, M.D., the Co-founder & CEO of UVCeed, a smart UVC disinfection system to help limit the spread of infections, particularly COVID-19 joins eHealth Radio and the COVID-19 Information and Disinfection Channels. Dr. Bonutti is a surgeon, inventor, author, professor, consultant, and entrepreneur with over 30 years of experience.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Dr. Peter Bonutti discuss the following:
As an MD why did you see the need to create a UV disinfection solution for consumers?
What is the problem you are solving? What is the science behind UVCeed? How does it work?
What are some of the most common uses for the product?
UVCeed eliminates 99.9 of the germs including Covid-19. Does this eliminate the need for face masks and sanitizers now?
Where can our audience get the app and the device today?
Dr. Peter Bonutti, M.D. is co-founder & CEO of UVCeed. He created the smart UVC disinfection system to help limit the spread of infections, particularly COVID-19.
Dr. Bonutti is a surgeon, inventor, author, professor, consultant, and entrepreneur with over 30 years of experience. He is the founder of Bonutti Research, a medical device incubator that has developed products and technology used around the world, including UVCeed, and maintains his clinical and surgical practice, focusing on adult knee and hip arthroplasty and integration of robotics into surgical procedures.
Dr. Bonutti is a pioneer in Minimally Invasive Surgery, has over 500 patents and applications, more than 700 licenses and multiple FDA-approved products to date. Major corporations leveraging his technology include Hitachi, Medtronic, Kyphon, Covidien, US Surgical, Biomet, Arthrocare, Synthes, Zimmer/Biomet and Stryker. He is a prolific speaker, lecturing internationally, and has trained over 100 surgeons on his surgical techniques.
In his career, Dr. Bonutti has received more than a dozen industry honors and awards for his achievements. Dr. Bonutti earned his medical degree at University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and completed his Orthopaedic Surgery Residency at Cleveland Clinic Foundation with international fellowships in Canada, Australia, and Austria.