As mentioned in my recent blog, some metals, especially copper and silver, are being used in touchless disinfecting products in medical environments.
In the previous two posts , my colleagues have discussed the choice of disinfectants for manual cleaning and effectiveness (or ineffectiveness) of
Textile products, also called soft surfaces are widely used in the hospital environment. Some of these textiles products or soft surfaces are in
In our recent blog postings, we have examined some of the growing levels of evidence for contamination (both bacterial and fungal) of high touch
Microorganisms have been found to remain viable in inanimate surfaces from days to even years (1). The longer a microorganism persists on a surface,
As discussed in my previous posts, bacterial and fungal pathogens can remain viable on inanimate surfaces from days to months and
Hi, in my previous post I briefly discussed the bacterial pathogens that can contribute to HAI and that are found in the inanimate environment
The medical community, by using a wide variety of measures, has succeeded in significantly reducing the number of Healthcare-acquired infections