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While the costs and consequences of HAIs continue to increase, hospital leaders are now armed with statistically sound proof that measured germicidal UV light is an effective solution for reducing the risk of infection caused by target multi-drug resistant organisms.
com's professional staff of writers and graphic illustrators then created a New Product Portfolio and Online Product Presentation for the Germicidal UV Light Bandage, helping to clarify how the invention works and looks.
Since the early 20th century, ultraviolet germicidal irradiation has been studied and used for the sterilization of microorganisms.
IPT's intelligent robots use UV-C energy, a time-tested germicidal wavelength that is particularly damaging to cells and proven to be the most highly effective.
This unsurpassed performance opens up new opportunities for germicidal irradiation applications," commented Steven Berger, CEO of Crystal IS.
UV germicidal lamps are well known to be both rapid and effective at destroying surface-to-air bacteria, viruses and mold, but until now this portable technology did not exist for ambulances.
has introduced Sani-Cloth Plus and Super Sani-Cloth Germicidal Disposable Wipes to kill Hepatitis B Virus (HBV) and Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) when used as directed, in addition to the other viruses and bacteria claims previously approved for the disinfection, cleaning and deodorizing of hard, non-porous surfaces in healthcare settings.
Citrus II[R] Hospital Germicidal Cleaner from Beaumont Products cleans, deodorizes, and disinfects surfaces, equipment, and noncritical instruments.
The supermarket is overflowing with heavily advertised germicidal soaps, sprays, dry hand cleaners and all sorts of moistened towels.
Starna Industries, specialists in the field of UV and IR drying have just installed three Germicidal disinfection units at a food processing establishment.
Haft got no further treatment; the others were treated with one of the following: a paw dipped in tincture of iodine or povidone iodine (an over-the-counter germicidal solution), skin swabbing with tincture of iodine (some with a covering bandage) or oral administration of potassium iodide.
suggest a sterile barrier sheath system has distinct advantages over germicidal immersion processes used to prevent contamination of fiberoptic nasopharyngolaryngoscopes (flexible ENT scopes).