Tru-D News, Uncategorized

Breast Cancer Awareness: The Pink Wig Project


Tru-D donated $1,500 to The Pink Wig Project in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month in October. The Pink Wig Project, which provides pink wigs to all breast (and other) cancer patients to remind these people that their cancer does not define them, is an organization that is dear to the heart of

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Posted 11.14.18
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Tru-D is a Nominee for the Excellence in Surgical Products Award


Tru-D SmartUVC is proud to be a 2018 nominee in the Infection Control category for the annual Excellence in Surgical Products (ESP) Awards. The awards recognize outstanding research and development achievement in the surgical marketplace. “Tru-D is honored to be a nominee alongside other innovative technologies that are working to

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Posted 11.07.18
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Read How UVC Disinfection Can Help Keep Children’s Hospitals Germ-free


With more than 700,000 cases each year and an estimated cost to hospitals of more than $11 billion, healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) pose important challenges to the entire health care industry. However, given young patients’ higher risk of infection, among other factors, children’s hospitals in particular need higher levels of protection

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Posted 10.31.18
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New Best Practices for Environmental Cleaning and Disinfection

The AHA and ASHE recently published a best practices guide, “Using the Health Care Physical Environment to Prevent and Control Infection,” which suggests best practices for cleaning and disinfection, including the use of no-touch disinfection technology. Tru-D SmartUVC is a type of no-touch disinfection with clinically-validated results in HAI reduction and

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Posted 10.24.18
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CDC Prevention Epicenters Program-Funded Study Proves Enhanced UVC Disinfection Reduces Microbial Contamination, Decreasing Patient Colonization and Infection

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A new analysis of the Benefits of Enhanced Terminal Room-Disinfection (BETR-D) study shows that enhanced disinfection using UVC leads to a reduction of microbial contamination and a decrease in patient colonization and infection. The new substudy, Enhanced disinfection leads to reduction of microbial contamination and a decrease in patient colonization

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Posted 10.19.18
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