Disinfection, Tru-D Technology, Uncategorized

Terminal Room Cleaning: Out of Sight, Out of Mind

Today we are featuring an article by Tru-D’s Director of Clinical Affairs, Ralph Taylor, RN, MSN, MHA, CNOR. . Ralph has more than two decades of experience in health care and was also a Tru-D end user, successfully implementing Tru-D in several hospitals in Florida. AORN recommends terminal cleaning be

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Posted 06.28.17
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How Do We Manage “Dose” Requirements for UV Disinfection?

In part 1 of our series on “Humans Managing Disinfectant Dwell Time,” Cathy Campbell, Tru-D’s Director of Program Management, shared a concept of having to manage “dwell time” of disinfectant solutions to effectively kill pathogens.  We might agree it’s difficult to maintain vigilance around “watching the solution dry” or ensuring the

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Posted 06.21.17
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First Tru-D SmartUVC Disinfection Robot Deployed in Montgomery

Jackson Hospital has added a new member to its team to proactively reduce the risk of hospital-acquired infections. The new addition, Tru-D SmartUVC, is a UV disinfection robot that kills up to 99.9 percent of harmful germs and pathogens that can live in health care environments and will be used

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Posted 06.20.17
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Do We Manage Dwell Time Requirements for Disinfectant Solutions?

For the next two weeks, we will feature a two-part series on Dwell Time Management from Tru-D’s Director of Program Management, Cathy Campbell. If you’re at APIC this week, June 14-16, be sure to stop by Tru-D’s booth #808 to ask Cathy any questions you have. The relationship between cleaning

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Posted 06.14.17
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New eBook on UV Disinfection Available from Modern Healthcare

Enhanced disinfection strategies have become a focal point in health care as recent studies have shown that manual cleaning is not enough to stop the spread of pathogens in hospital settings. Not only do hospital-acquired infections affect the lives of hundreds of thousands of patients each year, but they also

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Posted 05.19.17
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