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The Importance of Measured UVC Dose

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When considering UVC disinfection technology, it is important to choose a device that provides total room disinfection, even in shadowed areas or those not in direct line-of-sight. A measured, calculated UVC dose ensures that every surface in a room is disinfected. Tru-D uses patented Sensor360 technology, which calculates the precise,

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Posted 01.15.20
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New Year, New Disinfection Goals

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A new year ushers in a new opportunity to reach and exceed your disinfection and infection reduction goals for your facility. Tru-D works with hospitals to continually monitor utilization, and studies have shown that improved utilization can lead to a decrease in hospital-acquired infections. In addition to communication and education,

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Posted 01.09.20
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The Gift of Safety: San Juan Regional

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San Juan Regional gives its patients the gift of safety As we embark on the holiday season, we want to highlight several hospitals around the country that are giving their patients and staff the gift of safety. San Juan Regional began its Tru-D disinfection program in January of 2014. With

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Posted 12.18.19
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Children’s Hospital New Orleans sees HAI reductions after UVC implementation

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Following the addition of UVC disinfection technology to its cleaning and disinfection protocols, Children’s Hospital New Orleans saw a significant decrease in hospital-onset C. difficile infections. A complement to the hospital’s existing manual cleaning procedures, UVC disinfection technology floods patient rooms or other spaces with UVC light, killing drug-resistant organisms that

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Posted 12.11.19
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Tips for stopping the spread of the flu

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Flu isn’t a “bad cold” and can result in serious health complications, such as pneumonia, bacterial infections and can lead to hospitalization. Flu can sometimes even lead to death. Most people who get flu will recover in several days to less than two weeks, but some people will develop serious flu

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Posted 12.04.19
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