As mentioned in my recent blog, some metals, especially copper and silver, are being used in touchless disinfecting products in medical environments.
Metal ion technologies-How do they work?
Several metals, such as manganese, zinc, magnesium, iron and copper, are essential elements required for the survival and normal function of
How effective are UV or misting technologies?
Chemical fumigation was used in the 1960s to supplement standard environmental surface disinfection in hospital isolation rooms (1). As mentioned in
Touchless Disinfecting- mist and emitting technologies (UV and Hydrogen peroxide)-How do they work?
As discussed in earlier blogs, microorganisms can survive in the environment for long periods of time and it has become clear that eliminating
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
How effective is manual cleaning in hospitals?
Hospital cleaning depends on many factors, such as the frequencies, methodology and equipment used, monitoring and training of personnel. How these
Whats the evidence for hand or glove contamination with nosocomial pathogens after touching environmental surfaces?
In previous blogs we discussed how surfaces in close proximity to hospitalized patients become contaminated with a range of pathogens (see here). Our
Review of textiles and environmental soft surfaces as a vector for hospital acquired infections
There has been a rise in the data that supports the environment as one of the important modes of pathogen transmission that contributes significantly
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