Transmission of Pathogens Throughout Healthcare Facilities - May 3, 2016

As one of the leading causes of death in the United States, healthcare associated infections are a top priority for infection control in healthcare facilities. However, the rate of infectious pathogens and bacteria still continues to increase. By understanding how infections spread, healthcare facilities can directly focus on ways to improve infection control practices to reduce contamination.  

With greater knowledge on infection transmission and updated technology, such as no-touch technology and UVC disinfection, facilities can implement these extra tools to address the problem of contamination. UVC Cleaning Systems adds an extra layer of disinfection so difficult to remove bacteria are eradicated quickly and efficiently. 

 

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Elizabethkingia Bacteria Outbreak - April 18, 2016

Recently, throughout the Midwestern United States there has been an outbreak of the bacteria Elizabethkingia anophelis. The current outbreak in Wisconsin has resulted in 56 confirmed cases and 17 deaths. The bacteria has also been...

Prevalence of HCAI's - April 12, 2016

Summary: Each year, hundreds of thousands of individuals in the United States are infected with Healthcare Associated Infections (HCAIs).With updated infection technology, including UVC disinfecting, these numbers can be greatly reduced and in...

Chemical Ineffectiveness - March 31, 2016

Health care workers perform manual cleaning and disinfection using chemicals to routinely clean medical devices and equipment throughout patient rooms. However with the quick turnover rate and many hard to reach areas, numerous spaces may be...
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