Only Tru-D provides guaranteed, total room disinfection and has been validated by nearly all existing independent research on UVC room disinfection technology. As health care-associated infections continue to be a major threat to hospital reimbursements and the bottom line, hospital leaders must be diligent in choosing which technologies they invest in to help combat this serious problem. Proven consistent outcomes provide a baseline of disinfection that can only be accomplished with Tru-D’s method of UVC dose measurement.
Tru-D delivers a precisely measured UVC dose that ensures a validated baseline of disinfection and consistent quality of care
Tru-D guarantees total room disinfection, including shadowed surfaces, from a single placement
Tru-D disinfection claims are supported by multiple device-specific, third-party validations with no conflict of interest disclosures, including the only CDC-funded randomized clinical trial on UV disinfection
Tru-D’s single placement and measured dose eliminate human error associated with competing multiple placement devices with fixed cycle times
Tru-D maximizes operator efficiency, provides uncomplicated throughput and is implemented seamlessly with a hospital’s current workforce without additional FTE’s
Tru-D provides meaningful disinfection data through a secure portal that is cloud-based as well as clear and precise report mechanisms with real-time disinfection data
Tru-D is environmentally friendly — using no chemicals while killing germs in the hospital. This high-powered ultraviolet light has moved cleaning rooms and equipment to a higher level. We want our patients to have the safest health care we can provide.
Director of Infection Prevention and Control — Regional Medical Center (Orangeburg, South Carolina)
Covenant Medical Center and Satori Medical Center are using Tru-D to combat hospital-acquired infections in patients rooms, operating rooms, labor and delivery units and the pediatrics unit. The robots are also very portable and can be deployed at our other faculties as needed.
Director of Environmental Services — Covenant Medical Center & Satori Medical Center
The acquisition of this technology is simply another way that we’re working to protect the integrity of our health care environment, and ultimately, safeguard the well-being of every single patient who walks through our doors.
Susan Cistulli, R.N., CIC.
Director of Infection Prevention and Control at O’Connor Hospital
“We have experienced major savings due to the reduction in overall infections. We attribute the reduction in infections to evidenced-based practice changes. High on the list of interventions is the judicial use of Tru-D on rooms that bed patients and a nightly rotation in the surgical suites.”
RN and Manager of Medical Center of Central Georgia’s Prevention and Control Center
“Tru-D offers an abundance of health benefits. Our facilities are committed to providing the highest quality medical care, and we are pleased to offer this innovative solution as one of the many ways in which we bolster the well-being and safety of our staff and patients.”
President and CEO of Chandler Regional and Mercy Gilbert Medical Centers
Tru-D SmartUVC™ is engineered to kill the nasty bugs that live on surfaces in hospital rooms. Research shows that UV light can kill bugs, MRSA, C. diff, Acinetobacter and bacteria that traditional scrubbing with disinfectants just don’t kill. It (UVC light) bounces off surfaces and kills everything.”
“Increased evidence in scientific literature indicates that Tru-D disinfection technology has the power to disinfect entire rooms and render common hospital pathogens, such as influenza, norovirus and methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, harmless.”
Director of Infection Prevention and Control at Houston Methodist
“We are always on a mission to find new and improved ways to protect our patients from superbugs. This is shaping up to be a worse than average season for norovirus and the flu, and using UV light disinfection devices allows us to help contain outbreaks in our...
Dr. Elizabeth Bryce
Regional Medical Director of Infection Control/Medical Microbiologist at Vancouver General Hospital