The surgery was successful, but the patient died


We are in an era with extremely advanced computerized industry and cutting-edge technologies. Especially the top professional medical technology which often makes us believe that everything is under full scientific control. But the irony is that we have often been defeated by Infinitesimal minute microorganisms


According to research by WHO (Prevention of hospital-acquired infections: a practical guide, W.H.O 2002), SSIs (Surgical Site infections) are caused by the microbial contamination of the surgical wound. The microorganisms enter by one of the following ways:

(1) Via the skin of patients

(2) Via surgeons and other operating room personnel

(3) From the air itself

(4) From contaminated surfaces and surgical instruments used during surgery

Why are the comprehensive range of disinfectant, germicide, and cleaning agents unable to prevent SSI? Preventing SSI is difficult. Not every pathogen can be eliminated easily by either germicides or antibiotics, such as methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA).

Strong strains of bacteria like staphylococci and enterococci can survive for days and even months after drying out on commonly used hospital fabrics and plastics. 

Now is the time to use a highly effective physical mechanism to rid hospitals and operating theatres   of these destructive and dangerous pathogen?

The time is ripe for NanoEL AB to contribute to the prevention of SSIs mentioned in point (2), (3) and (4) above. With its sophisticated mechanism that brings antimicrobial and antiviral effects via a thin layer of nano-needles that puncture the microorganism to swift death.

It provides permanent antimicrobial & antiviral properties which last for at least one year.

NanoEL AB is a transparent liquid that is customized to be applied on both “Non-Absorbent” and “Absorbent” surfaces.

All HARD surfaces like plastic, fiberglass, metal, glass, wood, ceramic, stone and stainless steel inside the surgery room can be coated with NanoEL N-AB non-absorbent coating.

All the important hardware, electronic equipment, computers, screens, devices, control panels that you rely  on every day…All of these surfaces can easily be coated  with our unique layer of anti-microorganism, anti- bacteria, anti- viral and anti-fungal nano-coating.

Many computer devices, electrical and electronic equipment in hospital have hidden surfaces which are indeed difficult to clean and disinfect. This one-time anti-microbial and antiviral, physical coating with a long lasting effect of up to one-year, is suitable for application in all of  these areas will therefore significantly eliminate and reduce all of the hidden microbes and viruses.

Furthermore, NanoEL AB Absorbent can be applied to fibres , fabrics (natural and synthetic, woven and non-woven), leather and household materials (natural and synthetic): Including buffer pads (abrasive and polishing); mattresses cover pads, filling and ticking; pillow covers; sheets; blankets; bedspreads; fibre fill for upholstery, apparel, recreational gear, quilts and pillows; curtains… Suitable for any absorbent surface you can think of. But its antimicrobial & antivirus properties will slowly decline after 10 washing cycles. This because the nano coating layer will gradually peel off during each wash.

NanoEL AB can also be applied on air filters for furnaces, air conditioners and air purification devices etc. It is one of the best ways to prevent air pollution which would otherwise subsequently lead to SSI.

NanoEL AB has been proven to eliminate the Coronavirus and influenza A H1N1 effectively by the Laboratory in Germany.

We cannot claim that NanoEL AB will reduce by 100% the risk for SSI. On the other hand we can provide a physical method of protection with up to one-year of effectiveness. NanoEL AB is another weapon in the ever-growing arsenal of weapons to fight these invisible enemies. It is another optional solution amongst all the existing professional precautionary measures.

Our mission is to integrate all feasible technological processes in order to minimize human suffering and the loss of human life.