Ramadeus: Promising Logical Solutions for Holistic Sterilization in Hospitals

 Raghavendra Kandakur,   Managing Director

Raghavendra Kandakur

Managing Director

Managing Sterilization in a hospital setup is a tedious and complicated process. There are several parameters of concern for the sustained efficacy of sterilization throughout the year, especially in a hospital setup. The challenges involved generally consist of the inhouse quality of the air and the entire environment which is also difficult to maintain. This calls for effective solutions that sterilize completely (Both Surfaces and Air) and the effect is long lasting. Addressing safety as a primary concern and marching toward fulfilling the existing gap in the industry that needed some technological intervention, Ramadeus healthcare technology was founded to bring a paradigm shift in the way sterilization is ensured in hospital setup.

Solutions that Promise Complete ‘Bacteriological No Growth’
The expertise of Ramadeus lies in identifying and researching technological and innovative products where the concept is supported by the expertise and introducing the same product by establishing a chain of processes including organizational setup; Product development, project finance, assisting in establishing administrative / manufacturing systems setups, and helping to search Indian or foreign markets for their products.

Ramadeus focuses on bringing the latest technology into the healthcare sector that casts an impact on thousands of lives. Sterilization is an important aspect of
hygiene and safety, and India is attending steadily to the health requirements after Covid. The worldwide pandemic highlighted some primary concerns and lacks for our Indian hospitals. This also lay some light on the technology that needed to be incorporated into the hospitals against bacteria and molds, especially in risk-prone zones such as Operation Theatres and Intensive care units. The traditional tools aren’t as comprehensive when it comes to holistic addressing of the problem. Ramadeus introduced PCO sterilization technology in India addressing the problem from a larger perspective, a technology that only prevailed in Europe. The technology is capable of ensuring ‘No Growth’ of mold and bacteria/Virus 24*7 and ensures sterile air( free from pathogens) and pure air( brings down the particulate matter under norms). Installing this device in any corner is good enough to suffice for the entire OT and ICUs for surface and air sterilization.

Ramadeus stands in a position where it understands its responsibility toward contributing to the Healthcare sector

Extending its Services to the Rurals
Ramadeus witnessed a major gap in the market and the challenges that desperately needed aid. The major concern was the eyebrow-raising health compromising issues that would pose a hazard to the overall well-being. “Being a conscious company, Ramadeus emerged as a solution provider for such issues. It is currently invested in building and remodeling 2 project prototypes. Photocatalytic Oxidation Technology applies to any field. It can be used for sterilizing dust particles and bacteria and ensures consistent no growth when installed in operation theater or ICUs, but the price of the technology and the easy availability was a major aspect”, says Raghavendra Kandakur. Managing Director. Ramadeus HealthCare Technology. He has more than 25 years of pharmaceutical experience in sales and product management and known for his ability to build mega brands which are today among the top 300 brands of the pharma industry. He has a personal rapport with key opinion leaders in the medical fraternity across the country.

Ramadeus was established in 2019 and 2020 was the year dedicated to product development. It then came out all strength in the month of September and with ‘no bacteriological growth’ commitment and installed its sterilization unit by brand name AIRSTER in more than 100 hospitals. The mission is to extend its services to all areas including the metro and rural. Shortly, it plans to address issues in water management. As the industry grows, the demand pattern would witness a hike and hence would require more technologically apt solutions to satiate the hunger.