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“e4life” is Present at Expomed Eurasia with its Innovative Device Able to Inactivate Flu and Covid Viruses With an Efficacy over 90%

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“e4life” is Present at Expomed Eurasia with its Innovative Device Able to Inactivate Flu and Covid Viruses With an Efficacy over 90%
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“e4life” is Present at Expomed Eurasia with its Innovative Device Able to Inactivate Flu and Covid Viruses With an Efficacy over 90%

2024-04-19 23:13 Last Updated At:23:20

ISTANBUL--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Apr 19, 2024--

Expomed Eurasia, the most important medical exhibition between Europe and Asia, is ready to house more than a hundred companies, to discover new technological trends and the most innovative products which are going to change deeply the health market.

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This is a perfect occasion for e4life to present its device based on the e4shield technology which is able to inactivate flu and Covid viruses present in the air. A technology, patented in Italy, that uses neither chemical agents nor filtering materials, but it is based on the transmission of electromagnetic waves able to inactivate the viral load in aerosol.

“This Exhibition represents an extraordinary opportunity to present our innovative technology (e4shield) in a dynamic and rapidly evolving region as Eurasia. In a climate of growing consciousness of the importance of health and of the diseases’ prevention, there is a growing need for smart and technologically advanced solutions that can guarantee safe environments for people. e4life, with its extremely innovative technology, represents the most effective answer to this need. The features of our devices are unique in the market and can enormously contribute in improving people health and wellbeing”explains Vincenzo Pompa, CEO of e4life.

e4life has been launched thanks to a joint venture between two global leaders: ELT Group, world leader for over 70 years in Electronic Defense systems, and Lendlease, specialized in major urban regeneration projects.

The e4shield technology, which is the core of e4life, was given birth during the Covid period thanks to the initiative of a researcher of the ELT Group who explored the use of electromagnetic fields to inactivate viruses. Based on research by a group of Taiwanese scientists published in the scientific journal Nature, he began to get his first results by testing different frequencies of electromagnetic waves at first on Covid-19 and later on other Coronaviruses.

The devices distributed by e4life guarantee an efficacy over90% and their inactivation power is almost instantaneous. During their use it is not necessary to evacuate the rooms, because it is harmless to humans and animals. The electromagnetic impulses used are safe. This applies both to the environmental version of the device ( e4ambient ), which acts in an area of about 50 square meters, and to the wearable release ( e4you ), CE and SAR certified, which guarantees that the device can be worn for as long as wished without any risks for the health.

The technology utilized in e4life devices has been tested under rigorous and scientific analyses and had been validated by the Celio Military Hospital, by the independent Research Institute ViroStatics and by a recent range of tests developed by the Department of Biomedical and Clinical Sciences of the University of Milan (Italy). These last findings confirm what obtained in the previous tests: an extraordinary efficacy of 90%.

This technology and its efficacy against respiratory viruses had been reported by two recent issues on the periodical Viruses (June 2023) and on the European Society of Medicine (October 2023).

e4life technology is constantly evolving and can be adapted to an increasing number of viruses and, in a near future, to other micro-organisms too (e.g. bacteria). Thanks to the constantly evolving scientific research, these devices will be able to inactivate an ever growing number of different pathogens.

e4life: e4ambient and e4you devices (Photo: Business Wire)

e4life: e4ambient and e4you devices (Photo: Business Wire)

WASHINGTON (AP) — Secretary of State Antony Blinken will travel to eastern Europe next week as concerns mount about Russia’s advances in Ukraine, potential Russian interference in neighboring Moldova and pro-Moscow legislation being promoted in the former Soviet republic of Georgia, the State Department said Friday.

Blinken will visit the Moldovan capital of Chişinau on Wednesday before attending a NATO foreign ministers meeting in Prague on Thursday and Friday. That meeting will be the military alliance's last major diplomatic get-together before leaders meet at a summit to celebrate NATO's 80th anniversary in Washington in July.

The trip comes just two weeks after Blinken made an unannounced trip to Ukraine to reassure Kyiv of Washington’s support in the face of intensified Russian attacks in its north. There are also signs Russia may be considering new actions in Moldova and is behind anti-Western moves in Georgia that the U.S. believes run counter to Moldovan and Georgian aspirations to integrate with Europe.

At his first stop in Chişinau, Blinken will meet Moldovan President Maia Sandu to reaffirm U.S. backing for Moldova's progress on joining the European Union, the State Department said. The top U.S. diplomat for Europe, James O'Brien, said Blinken would announce a “robust” support package for Moldova, where there are 1,500 Russian troops stationed in the disputed territory of Transnistria.

“There’s not a direct military threat that we see at this time, but there’s ongoing Russian influence operations, and that is of concern,” O'Brien told reporters. He did not give details of the support package.

Moldova, like Ukraine, is a candidate member for EU membership and has repeatedly accused Russia of conducting a “hybrid war” against the country, meddling in local elections and running vast disinformation campaigns to try to topple the government and derail its path toward joining the 27-nation EU.

Russia has denied the accusations, but the Moldovan government is wary of Moscow's intentions, particularly after Transnistrian authorities appealed to Moscow in February for “protection” due to what they said was increased pressure from Chişinau.

In Prague, Blinken will meet Czech Foreign Minister Jan Lipavský and other officials to discuss support for Ukraine, including a Czech initiative to supply more munitions to Kyiv, before attending the NATO gathering.

With Ukraine as the top agenda item, NATO ministers also will be looking at developments in Georgia, which like Ukraine, aspires to join NATO and is embroiled in controversy over legislation that many believe is driven by Moscow and intended to thwart Georgia's Western aspirations.

Georgian President Salome Zourabichvili vetoed the “Russian law” targeting media that has sparked weeks of mass protests, but the ruling party has a parliamentary majority sufficient to override her veto and is widely expected to do so.

The legislation would require media and nongovernmental organizations to register as “pursuing the interests of a foreign power” if they receive more than 20% of their funding from abroad. Critics say it closely resembles legislation the Kremlin used to silence opponents and that it will obstruct Georgia’s bid to join the EU.

Late Thursday, Blinken announced that the U.S. would impose travel bans on Georgian officials “who are responsible for or complicit in undermining democracy in Georgia, as well as their family members. This includes individuals responsible for suppressing civil society and freedom of peaceful assembly in Georgia through a campaign of violence or intimidation."

Blinken's announcement did not identify anyone who has already been targeted, but it also said the U.S. would undertake a comprehensive review of U.S.-Georgia cooperation.

“It remains our hope that Georgia’s leaders will reconsider the draft law and take steps to move forward with their nation’s democratic and Euro-Atlantic aspirations,” he said. “As we review the relationship between our two countries, we will take into account Georgia’s actions in deciding our own.”

FILE - Secretary of State Antony Blinken addresses a media conference at NATO headquarters in Brussels, April 4, 2024. Blinken will travel to eastern Europe next week as concerns mount about Russia's advances in Ukraine, potential Russian interference in neighboring Moldova and pro-Moscow legislation being promoted in Georgia. The State Department said Friday, May 24, that Blinken would visit the Moldovan capital of Chisinau on Wednesday before attending a NATO foreign ministers meeting in Prague on Thursday and Friday. (Johanna Geron, Pool Photo via AP, File)

FILE - Secretary of State Antony Blinken addresses a media conference at NATO headquarters in Brussels, April 4, 2024. Blinken will travel to eastern Europe next week as concerns mount about Russia's advances in Ukraine, potential Russian interference in neighboring Moldova and pro-Moscow legislation being promoted in Georgia. The State Department said Friday, May 24, that Blinken would visit the Moldovan capital of Chisinau on Wednesday before attending a NATO foreign ministers meeting in Prague on Thursday and Friday. (Johanna Geron, Pool Photo via AP, File)

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