Industry News, Studies, Tru-D News, Tru-D Technology, Uncategorized

Dr. Bearman of VCU on New SHEA Guidance for Contact Precautions

With hospital-acquired infections on the rise, the Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America (SHEA) has released guidance on when hospital staff should stop contact precautions for patients with multidrug-resistant bacterial infections. Among the suggested protocols are continuing contact precautions for at least 48 hours after diarrhea stops for all C. diff cases.

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Posted 01.24.18
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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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Virginia Commonwealth University Achieves 100% Utilization of Tru-D UV Disinfection Robots

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A new study has been published regarding Tru-D and its deployment at Virginia Commonwealth University Health System (VCU). The study, Deployment of a touchless ultraviolet light robot for terminal room disinfection: The importance of audit and feedback, appeared online recently in the American Journal of Infection Control. The study was

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Posted 11.15.17
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Tru-D SmartUVC Proven to Reduce Bioburden in Operating Rooms


A recent study published in the American Journal of Infection Control, Ultraviolet-C light as a means of disinfecting anesthesia workstations, demonstrated Tru-D SmartUVC’s ability to reduce bioburden on anesthesia workstations. In the study, UVC disinfection greatly influenced bioburden reduction on high-touch, complex medical equipment surfaces contaminated with three (3) organisms

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Posted 05.04.17
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