Researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and IIT Mumbai have successfully tested an autoclave powered by sunlight to sterilize medical tools. Image Courtesy: Indosurgicals Autoclaves are devices used to sterilize medical tools using pressurized steam at a temperature of around 125 degrees Celsius. Usually supplied by electric or fuelRead More →

Read the article The device could provide pressurized steam to operate autoclaves without the need for electricity in remote off-grid areas Autoclaves, devices used to sterilize medical tools in hospitals, clinics, and doctors ‘and dentists’ offices, require a constant supply of pressurized steam at a temperature of around 125 degreesRead More →

Autoclaves, devices used to sterilize medical tools in hospitals, clinics, and doctors ‘and dentists’ offices, require a constant supply of pressurized steam at a temperature of around 125 degrees Celsius. This is usually provided by electric or fuel-fired boilers, but in many rural areas, especially in developing countries, electricity canRead More →