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CDC-Funded Clinical Trial Proves UV Disinfection Effective in Decreasing C. diff Hospital-wide

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A new study proves that enhanced terminal room disinfection with Tru-D SmartUVC leads to a decrease in risk of acquisition of targeted multidrug-resistant organisms such as C. diff and VRE for all patients, hospital-wide. The study, Effectiveness of targeted enhanced terminal room disinfection on hospital-wide acquisition and infection with multidrug-resistant

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Posted 06.05.18
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The Role of the Environment in Disinfection

  According to Marsha Barnden (2016) in the most recent AORN Journal, “’No-touch’ technology is swiftly changing the health care landscape, with continual advances in ultraviolet and visible light disinfection.” She continues stating, “No technology can take the place of manual cleaning and disinfection, but this emerging technology may be

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Posted 01.04.17
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Recent Scientific Article Proves Enhanced Terminal Room Disinfection Leads to Decreased HAI Rates

A recent scientific article in the American Journal of Infection Control by leading researchers reviews the compendium of clinical evidence on and discusses the effectiveness of UV devices for terminal room decontamination. According to the Effectiveness of ultraviolet devices and hydrogen peroxide systems for terminal room decontamination: Focus on clinical

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Posted 05.24.16
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Becoming the Gold Standard in UV Room Disinfection: The Importance of Randomized Clinical Trials

In 2007, the first UV disinfection robot entered the health care market as a new technology, pioneering a new way to battle health care-associated infections. Yet, minimal scientific endorsement delayed its acceptance as a gold standard in infection prevention, leaving many patients at serious risk of developing deadly, but preventable,

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Posted 11.17.15
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