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Clinically-validated Tru-D SmartUVC to Attend 2018 VA Environmental Programs Service Training Event

Clinically-validated UVC disinfection robot, Tru-D SmartUVC, will attend the 2018 VA Environmental Programs Service Training Event in Orlando, Florida, August 28-29, 2018. The conference will engage participants in a variety of management, leadership and operational issues and initiatives key to the success of an effective Environmental Management Services program. Validated by

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Posted 08.21.18
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Lima Memorial Hospital Introduces Tru-D SmartUVC Robot

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Lima Memorial Hospital introduces Tru-D to improve patient outcomes and help fight infections.

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Posted 11.09.17
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Tru-D Success Stories

Tru-D Stealth in Sarasota

Tru-D is proud to be fighting infections in hundreds of health care facilities throughout the U.S. Used by some of the most prestigious health systems, Tru-D is deployed in more hospitals than any of its lookalike offerings. Tru-D’s Portal Command Center tracks thousands of Tru-D cycles each day and works to help

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Posted 05.31.17
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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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Cell Phones & HAIs: All That Texting Could Make Someone Sick

It’s not just the room and environment that could be contributing to the spread of infectious diseases. A recent study found that of 100 mobile phones sampled, 30 were contaminated with bacteria. According to the findings, caregivers had the highest likelihood of carrying mobile phones that were contaminated, with the

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Posted 09.07.16
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