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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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Tru-D Success Stories

Tru-D is proud to be fighting infections in hundreds of health care facilities throughout the U.S. Used by some of the most prestigious health systems, Tru-D is deployed in more hospitals than any of its lookalike offerings. Tru-D’s Portal Command Center tracks thousands of Tru-D cycles each day and works to help

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Posted 05.31.17
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Tru-D Featured in Outpatient Surgery Magazine

Two of our hospital partners, St. Charles- Bend and Mission Hospital, were recently featured in an article in Outpatient Surgery Magazine.  In January, St. Charles-Bend brought in Tru-D for a 45-day trial. Satisfied with the results of reducing hospital-acquired infections (HAIs) without impeding room turnovers, the hospital now intends to

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Posted 05.16.17
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From Duke Health: UVC Light Helps Hospitals Fight Drug-Resistant Superbugs

From Clinical Practice Today by Duke Health:

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Posted 05.10.17
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Q&A With Chesapeake Regional Healthcare

Chesapeake Regional Healthcare was one of the nine hospitals that participated in the CDC-funded, $2M Benefits of Enhanced Terminal Room-Disinfection (BETR-D) randomized clinical trial on UV disinfection. The study was conducted from 2012-2014 throughout the Duke Infection Control Outreach Network, and, during that time, CRH saw a 12 percent reduction in its

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Posted 04.19.17
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