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Real-time, measurable technology helps to reduce HAIs

Thompson Health in Canandaigua, NY reduces C.diff incidence by 90% after adding UV-C to its infection prevention bundle.

Patient monitoring – TMI?

New and innovative patient monitoring technologies are emerging at a steady pace to assist healthcare workers in making sure that brains, skin and every organ in between get the right care and attention – at the right time – so patients can heal faster and go home.

Considering a higher level of quality for scopes

June 2017
CBSPD Expiration: May 31, 2022
IAHCSMM Expiration: April 30, 2020

Progress against pathogens is promising though preliminary

A successful infection prevention strategy requires a dedicated and diverse team, strict adherence to evidence-based practices, and effective products and services.

Stopping sepsis in its tracks

Sepsis affects 27,000,000 people annually but strict adherence to best practices, guidelines, can help hospitals tackle the problem.

Let’s clear the air

Invisible invaders are almost always lurking in the air, ready to make people sick — or sicker. Airborne pathogens in the healthcare setting, Legionella,...

In pursuit of clean

It is common knowledge that a dirty surgical instrument cannot be sterilized. But effectively cleaning them prior to sterilization is no easy task. Failure...

Worth the risk assessment!

DECEMBER 2016
CBSPD Expiration: November 30, 2021
IAHCSMM Expiration: November 2, 2019

The correlation between the clinical environment of care and HAIs

The contaminated clinical environment of care (CEOC) has been proven to play a role in the transmission of multidrug-resistant pathogens such as Methicillin Resistant...