Hospital Acquired Infections are a serious problem for the health care industry, including hospitals, clinics, and long term care facilities where patients and residents with compromised immune systems are especially susceptible to contracting dangerous illnesses. Some HAIs, like C. difficile, Clostridium perfigens, MRSA, CRE, VRE, and A. baumanni have become serious threats and cause thousands of deaths per year. Fortunately, with well thought-out protocols including food-industry style HAACP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point) plans that address all potential sources of infection and the right disinfectants and cleaners, the dangers such pathogens pose can be significantly reduced and issues can be quickly and properly addressed when they do occur.
Unfortunately, it's easy to overlook or address sources of life threatening illnesses that can be introduced or spread by:
Unclean hospital water supplies (biofilm buildup leading to Aspergillus contamination)
Poor compliance with hand hygiene protocols
Incompletely disinfected rooms and medical devices, even including stethoscopes and CPAP devices
Sanitis knows this, so we have assembled a portfolio of innovative solutions for hand hygiene, green cleaning, and eco-friendly disinfecting that isn’t just more effective, our products are safer and address the concerns of infection control experts, health care practitioners, and their clients. Our products bring new technologies to the battle against infectious diseases, they are safe for the environment and easy to use, and they don’t rely on harsh chemicals like bleach, concentrated quats, and phenols to do their jobs. In addition, our state-of-the-art application equipment can help ensure that your staff makes the most of their time and our products by providing more complete coverage of surfaces and dramatically reducing the time it takes to disinfect a surface, a room, a device, or a complete facility.
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