Psoria-Shield® Partners with Sensor Electronic Technology Inc.

Nov 10, 2011 Psoria-Shield Inc.®, a Tampa, Fla. designer and manufacturer specializing in medical devices, announced today a strategic partnership with Sensor Electronic Technology, Inc. (SETi), the world leader in the development and manufacturing of deep ultraviolet light emitting diodes (UV LEDs).

“Strategic partnership between leading technology teams ensure optimized flow of design and manufacturing expertise, improve products, and ultimately improve patient treatment outcomes,” says president and CEO Scot Johnson. “We are mutually confident in the strength of each other’s products and have made a joint long-term commitment to bring the best concepts to the market.”

Psoria-Shield’s flagship device, Psoria-Light®, delivers Deep UV LED targeted phototherapy treatment to patients with UV treatable skin conditions, including but not limited to psoriasis, eczema and vitiligo.  Psoria-Light is capable of emitting either UVA or NB-UVB light, allowing healthcare providers access to multiple forms of phototherapy treatment, all within one device. Because Psoria-Light emits very intense levels of UV light, it can only be sold to qualified healthcare providers and is not for home use.  

SETi, based in Columbia, S.C., is the world leader and first to market with deep UV LED products and solutions (LEDs ranging from 240nm through 355nm) that are backed by an ISO 9001 certified business model. SETi sells its LEDs in markets including life sciences, medical, industrial and military for applications such as sensing and detection, analysis and disinfection.

SETi’s deep UV LED array technology, UVCLEAN®, in conjunction with Psoria-Shield’s patent-pending emitter technology, are revolutionizing the way targeted UV phototherapy is administered to patients. Psoria-Light and UVCLEAN technology is environmentally green, not utilizing mercury or toxic gases, and produces a pure single-peak UV light, which is highly beneficial for patient therapy.  Psoria-Light is the first and only commercialized targeted UV phototherapy device in the world to utilize SETi’s narrow-band UVB LEDs.

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Author:  Alice Jones

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