LifeAire Systems‘ Air Purification Technology Protecting Ben Franklin TechVentures Against COVID-19

2021-06-11T15:11:28+00:00June 11th, 2021|

Ben Franklin TechVentures® has installed an air purification system that removes up to 99% of COVID-19 pathogens in a single pass through the system. These transformational and advanced air purification systems are from Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Northeastern Pennsylvania client LifeAire Systems, LLC.“With many of our clients operating as essential [...]

LifeAire Systems and NextGen LifeLabs Partner to Bring New Advanced In-Line Gas Filtration to the Healthcare Industry

2021-09-20T20:41:16+00:00November 23rd, 2020|

ALLENTOWN, PA – November 23, 2020 - LifeAire Systems and NextGen LifeLabs today announced the formation of a strategic partnership to bring a new in-line gas filtration technology to the healthcare industry. The partnership will be focused on delivering the new Aire~LifeLine™ filtration technology to in vitro fertilization programs, and [...]

St. Luke’s University Health Network publishes study on the impact of LifeAire Systems’ Technology

2021-05-04T17:29:57+00:00September 29th, 2020|

Newly published in the journal, Surgery, "The impact of comprehensive air purification on patient duration of stay, discharge outcomes, and health care economics: A retrospective cohort study". Infectious airborne and surface pathogens constitute a substantial and poorly explored source of patient subclinical illness and infections. With that in mind, a [...]

LifeAire’s Technology Purifies Air at St. Luke’s Allentown Hospital

2020-12-07T20:56:26+00:00August 13th, 2020|

Announcement from St. Luke's University Health Network Aug 11, 2020A passion for pure air links St. Luke's University Health Network with local entrepreneur Kathryn Worrilow, PhD, in a win-win partnership that benefits patients, especially during the COVID-19 crisis. It began in 2017 when Dr. Worrilow's company, LifeAire, designed and installed [...]

UC Health reproductive doctors show how pure air can improve women’s chances of in vitro success

2017-09-28T04:45:57+00:00January 12th, 2016|

CINCINNATI: Mark Bowen and Gretchen MacKnight, WCPO Contributors: Doctors at the UC Health Center for Reproductive Health say their success rates started improving within the past year, after they opened their new, in vitro fertilization center in West Chester. click here to watch the video

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