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The Gift of Safety

Are you giving your patients and staff the gift of safety this holiday season? Using effective, chemical-free UVC energy, Tru-D kills unwanted germs and pathogens like C. diff, MRSA and VRE that can live in health care environments. After the EVS team cleans a room using traditional methods, Tru-D is

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Posted 12.07.17
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It’s Tru!

  One Cycle, One Placement, One Solution – the science proves the benefits of using Tru-D. But what does that mean in a real-world situation? Does Tru-D help real patients in real hospitals? It does. You’ve already heard about the experience at University of Wisconsin – 52% reduction in C.

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Posted 12.04.17
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Premier Awards Second Consecutive Three-year Contract to Tru-D SmartUVC

Tru-D SmartUVC announced that the pioneer of the UV disinfection industry has been awarded another group purchasing agreement with Premier for room equipment infection prevention products. Premier is a health care improvement company uniting an alliance of approximately 3,900 U.S. hospitals and more than 150,000 other provider organizations. Tru-D was previously awarded a

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Posted 12.01.17
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The Power of One Solution

This is the third of a four-part blog series by Alice Brewer, Clinical Affairs Director for Tru-D SmartUVC. Ensuring a safe environment for patients is a critical role shared by Infection Prevention (IP), Environmental Services (ES) and clinical staff. Similarly, disinfection of surfaces needs to be approached on multiple levels.

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Posted 11.27.17
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Virginia Commonwealth University Achieves 100% Utilization of Tru-D UV Disinfection Robots

A new study has been published regarding Tru-D and its deployment at Virginia Commonwealth University Health System (VCU). The study, Deployment of a touchless ultraviolet light robot for terminal room disinfection: The importance of audit and feedback, appeared online recently in the American Journal of Infection Control. The study was

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Posted 11.15.17
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