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Sarasota Memorial Hospital Uses Tru-D to Help Keep Patients and Staff Germ-free

Sarasota Memorial Hospital received an “A” grade from Leapfrog. Tru-D is proud to play a part in keeping the hospital safe and germ-free. Watch this video to learn more.

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Posted 04.30.18
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Join us for a webinar with Children’s Hospital Association

Children's Webinar

Join us for a webinar June 6 at 1pm featuring Children’s Hospital & Medical Center in Omaha, Nebraska. Learn how Children’s Hospital & Medical Center in Omaha, Nebraska, uses UVC technology to help fight infections and keep the tiniest of patients and staff safe from harmful germs. This webinar details

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Posted 04.25.18
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Download a Free Whitepaper on UVC Disinfection

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  Since its inception in 2007, UVC disinfection has been proven by multiple studies to be an effective means of enhanced terminal room disinfection to help stop the spread of HAIs such as C. diff, MRSA, VRE, Ebola and many more. This white paper outlines the first and only randomized

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Posted 04.18.18
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Welcome Jeanette McFarlane, Clinical Sales Specialist


#TeamTruD has grown again with the addition of Jeanette McFarlane as Clinical Sales Specialist. Beginning in 2000, Jeanette McFarlane spent 15 years with Kaiser, working in both finance and quality. “In 2005, I moved to Quality where I really found my passion,” said McFarlane. “I was able to see the

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Posted 04.11.18
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“Nightmare Bacteria” Cannot Withstand UV Disinfection

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Hundreds of hospitals throughout the country are deploying Tru-D SmartUVC UVC disinfection robots to help stop the spread of dangerous superbugs or “nightmare bacteria,” as the CDC calls them. Chemical-free and environmentally-friendly, UVC disinfection has been validated by a CDC-funded randomized clinical trial  to reduce the risk of four major superbugs, including C. diff,

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Posted 04.05.18
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