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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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Tru-D SmartUVC Helps Reduce C. diff Infections at Chesapeake Regional

With the help of a fleet of germ-eliminating UV robots, Chesapeake Regional Healthcare (CRH) experienced a marked decrease in its Clostridium difficile (C. diff) infection rates. After participating in a study on UV disinfection and seeing significant results, CRH has invested in Tru-D SmartUVC to help with its infection rates.

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Posted 04.07.17
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Tru-D Visits UPMC for Robotics Day

Tru-D Regional Manager Justin recently spoke to South Park students who were taking a tour of UPMC and learning how the hospital uses robotics. #TeamTruD  To read more about Tru-D’s technology, click here.

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Posted 03.29.17
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Tri-State Memorial Welcomes Tru-D to its Team

From Tri-State Memorial Hospital: We would like you to meet our newest team member at Tri-State Memorial Hospital in Clarkston, WA!  You might find this team member lurking behind closed doors of patient rooms, operating rooms, storage rooms or other areas with a strange blue glow coming from underneath and

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Posted 02.15.17
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St. Charles Trials Tru-D To Reduce Infections

St. Charles Bend has started a 45-day trial of Tru-D SmartUVC in an effort to proactively reduce infection rates at its facility. If the pilot test goes as planned, the hospital will likely buy three of the devices, using them to clean hospital rooms throughout the day and then disinfect operating

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Posted 02.09.17
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