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St. Cloud VA Health System Study Proves Tru-D’s Efficacy

St. Cloud VA Health Care System in St. Cloud, Minnesota, conducted a study on the effectiveness of Tru-D SmartUVC in operating rooms, endoscopy suites, urology procedure rooms and resident rooms of a community living center. Results proved that Tru-D is capable of inactivating all colony growth that was left behind

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Posted 08.10.17
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Tru-D Goes to Korea!

Today, we’re featuring a guest blog post from Ed Manley, Government Accounts Representative for Tru-D SmartUVC. Recently, my wife and I traveled to South Korea to conduct an in-service of Tru-D SmartUVC for staff at the Brian Allgood Army Community Hospital.  The hospital also carries the designation of 121st Combat

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Posted 08.09.17
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Tru-D to Host Webinar Moderated by Modern Healthcare

Tru-D will host a free webinar moderated by Modern Healthcare Wednesday, August 9 at 12pm Central. Read below to see what attendees will learn or click here to register. The first-ever randomized clinical trial on UVC light disinfection has proven that disinfection robots are effective in reducing hospital-acquired infections. Conducted

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Posted 07.27.17
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Tru-D Hires Alice Brewer as Director of Clinical Affairs

Tru-D SmartUVC, a leader in the ultraviolet (UV) disinfection space, has hired a Director of Clinical Affairs. Alice Brewer, CIC, has joined the Tru-D team to expand the success of the company’s approach to enhanced UV disinfection throughout the U.S. As Director of Clinical Affairs, Brewer will lead the design

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Posted 07.26.17
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Germ-killing Robots Fight Drug-resistant Pathogens at Army Hospitals

YONGSAN, SOUTH KOREA — In a scene from the 1960s science fiction British television show, Doctor Who, mobile robots roamed the streets using ultraviolent rays to ‘exterminate’ any humans in their path. Fortunately for the Brian Allgood Army Community Hospital and all of medical beneficiaries within the Republic of Korea,

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Posted 07.24.17
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