Press Releases, Tru-D Technology, Uncategorized, Whitepaper

New Whitepaper on UV Disinfection

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 09.11.17
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Industry News, Press, Tru-D News, Tru-D Technology, Uncategorized

Tru-D Featured in Becker’s Infection Control

Tru-D SmartUVC is featured in the current issue of Becker’s Infection Control. The piece discusses the importance of building a comprehensive program for implementing UV disinfection in a hospital as well as features a Q & A with Kim Horn of Yavapai Regional Medical Center. Kim Horn and her team

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Posted 06.07.17
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Superbugs Continue to be on the Rise

According to a recent article in Becker’s Hospital Review, superbugs are on the rise, and many of the deaths due to these infections are not being tracked. In the U.S., the CDC reports that 1 in 25 patients contract a hospital-acquired infection during their stay. Further, according to the report, “The

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Posted 09.29.16
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Tru-D CEO Chuck Dunn Named a Top Healthcare Entrepreneur to Know

Becker’s Hospital Review has released its 2016 list of 137 Healthcare Entrepreneurs to know. Tru-D CEO Chuck Dunn was one of the finalists listed. “It’s a great honor to be included among these other innovative health care leaders,” said Dunn. “Tru-D pioneered the UV space in 2007, and we continue

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Posted 09.02.16
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Study: 3-Step C. Diff Intervention Cuts Infection Rates 89%

Becker’s Clinical Quality & Infection Control reported the success of a study conducted at a Veterans Affairs hospital involving Tru-D that reduced the amount of C. difficile rates by 89%. A three-step intervention process was used that included: standard environmental services cleaning procedures and supervisory CDI room clearance; an additional

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Posted 04.10.13
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