Pandemics suck. Thankfully though, many of the greatest minds around the world are racing at unprecedented speed to develop safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines. And there are many others coming up with some amazing and transformative new technologies that help clean surfaces we use and the air we breathe so we can live more safely amidst the pandemic.

We launched Singletto because we’re fascinated with some new ways we think singlet oxygen technologies can be harnessed to keep us safer from viruses, bacteria and other pathogens. Viruses will always be a part of life; but they shouldn’t stop us in our tracks like COVID-19 has. We’re working fast to partner with companies to add singlet oxygen virus-killing protection to products they already make and create other new solutions together, so that we can get parts of our lives back during this pandemic AND have future protection from ever-existing pathogens.

News

May 22, 2021
Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology Publishes Drs. Lendvay, Chen, et al. WHO-led DeMaND Study

The Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology medical journal has published the peer-reviewed DeMaND study. Singletto’s Dr. Tom Lendvay served as Lead Author.

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May 20, 2021
Top Doctor 2021: Singletto’s Lendvay Named by Seattle Magazine

Dr. Thomas Lendvay, Singletto’s Co-Founder and Chief Medical Officer was just named a “Top Doctor” by Seattle Magazine.

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March 25, 2021
A Moral Obligation: Why the Former Providence President Wants Singletto Tech Out Now

Mike Butler spent over two decades in leadership at Providence Health, growing such from a $2 billion organization to $25 billion. Upon recently retiring, Mike knew he wanted to find ways to continue impacting the lives and health of others. Now at Singletto, Mike is on a mission to bring the novel Singletto technology to market – in healthcare and beyond. But, it’s not just a passion project … upon learning about the technology, Mike felt a moral obligation to get it in as many hands as possible. More with recently retired Providence Health President Mike Butler…

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February 25, 2021
Hospital News: Light kills. SARS-CoV-2, That Is.

Singletto Advisor Dr. Belinda Heyne shares DeMaND study results on Hospital News.

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Customer Experience
February 12, 2021
CBC: This simple mix of dye and light could decontaminate masks for reuse

Dr. Belinda Heyne was recently featured in a CBC piece covering the DeMaND study’s findings and the life-giving potential of dye and light.

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January 15, 2021
World Health Organization Updates COVID-19 PPE Guidelines to Include New Decontamination Method: Methylene Blue + Light

The World Health Organization (WHO) just added Methylene Blue and Light as a supported Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) decontamination method in the “Rational use of personal protective equipment for COVID-19 and considerations during severe shortages” interim guidelines.

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