Disinfection, Tru-D Technology, Uncategorized

Thank You for Giving Your Patients the Gift of Safety

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Thank you to all of our hospital partners for giving your patients and staff the gift of safety, especially Virginia Commonwealth University, UMPC and Lima Memorial who sent us great photos of their teams! We appreciate your commitment to infection prevention and patient safety!

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Posted 12.20.17
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Disinfection, HAIs, Tru-D News, Tru-D Technology, Videos

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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Hospital News, Press, Press Releases, Tru-D News, Tru-D Technology

Germs Encounter Double the Trouble with Two Tru-D Robots Now Protecting Lima Memorial Health System

Lima Memorial Health System (LMHS), a leader in infection prevention, welcomed a second Tru-D SmartUVC, the most advanced UVC germ-eliminating robot available, to its infection prevention team. With the generous support of PotashCorp, LMHS purchased its first Tru-D SmartUVC robot in August and has been using the technology daily to

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Posted 12.17.15
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Disinfection, Ebola, HAIs, Hospital News, Industry News, Tru-D News, Uncategorized

August News Recap

We were burning the candle at both ends in August, entering new hospitals across the country and discussing measured dose Tru-D disinfection with hospital leaders at industry events. Stay up to date with our team efforts over the last month with this quick recap! A Look Back: Tru-D’s Response to

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Posted 09.04.15
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Lima Memorial Health System Welcomes Germ-Killing Robot Tru-D SmartUVC to Infection Prevention Team

Lima Memorial Health System, a leader in infection prevention, today welcomed Tru-D SmartUVC, the most advanced UVC germ-eliminating robot on the market, as its most recent investment in patient safety and quality of care. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, hospital-acquired infections affect two million people every

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Posted 08.25.15
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