Publication Alert - New scientific paper review - High diversity of airborne fungi in the hospital environment

In this, the first of a series of mini blogs the Cupron team is going to be reviewing and breaking down a recent publication for you-the readers information. In other mini posts we are going to be introducing a number of key organisms from the environment as well as their pathogenic and resistance...


Do linens and environmental soft surfaces playing a role in the infection process?

Textile products, also called soft surfaces are widely used in the hospital environment. Some of these textiles products or soft surfaces are in direct contact with the patients, such as blankets, sheets, pyjamas, towels, gowns, and pillowcases. Other fabric or textile products are used by the...


Do hard surfaces play a role in the transmission of nosocomial pathogens

As discussed in our previous blogs, surfaces with frequent hand contact and in close proximity to the patients are often the most colonized with pathogens. These pathogens can remain viable on these inanimate surfaces for prolonged periods of time, and over a wide range of environmental conditions....