AWARD: In October 2019 ZenaMed won the Keele University ‘Breaking the Mould’ Future Enterprise award in recognition of the potential the Zenalyser has to reduce costs and improve treatment outcomes for alcohol dependence.
ZenaMed team on stage with presenters Mark Winnington, Cabinet Member for Economic Growth, Staffordshire County Council (second from the right) and Professor Zhong Fan, Academic Director for the Smart Entergy Network Demonstrator, Keele University (far right).
Precautions to follow when using a Zenalyser® or ZenDroid during the Covid-19 pandemic When a Zenalyser® is switched on, the internal pump purges the system of any stale air. When a client blows into the Zenalyser® the pump continues to draw the air through the device expelling any infected air as it does so. However, we would recommend the following precautions to ensure that neither the Zenalyser® nor the ZenDroid become a source of infection: A clean breath tube should be used every time a breath sample is provided After each use both the Zenalyser® and the ZenDroid should be wiped down with a common disinfectant. If a client known to have Covid-19 has blown into the Zenalyser® or handled a ZenDroid it would be wise not to use either device for 4 days. Notes: The coronavirus is easily killed with common household disinfectant The virus can survive on plastic and stainless steel for up to 72 hours The virus can survive for less than 24 hours on cardboard The virus can survive for less than 4 hours on...
Take a look at page 19 of the Dec 19/Jan 20 issue of Drink and Drug News to find out more about the award-winning Zenalyser.
Read an article about disulfiram and the Zenalyser® in the Journal of Mental Health and Clinical Psychology, Volume 1, Issue 1, (2018)....
The Zenalyser® has now been fitted with a reset button. What does this do? If the battery has not been charged for several months and is completely flat, it allows the Zenalyser® to reset the software and recharge the battery. It also resets the device in the event of any software malfunction.