Preventive Biocidal Surfaces: A Definition in 4 Parts

by Erica Mitchell | May 28 2015

pbs_2-01-01What makes a surface a preventive | biocidal surface? Four critical characteristics: It is registered by the EPA for public health claims. It actively kills harmful bacteria. It continues cleaning even after recontamination. Finally, it requires no additional human processes - it performs its sanitizing simply by being installed. 

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Preventive Biocidal Surfaces: A New Category of Clean

by Erica Mitchell | May 22 2015

5_things_to_avoid_HAI-01-2Sometimes a product comes along that breaks the paradigm. It is so innovative and unexpected that attempts to fit it into an existing market category are impossible. When that happens, a new category must be created to accommodate the new technology. This is the case with surfaces that actively kill bacteria. They're not a cleanser, per se. They're not really a device, either. What are they? Enter Preventive|Biocidal Surfaces.

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5 Things You Can Do To Avoid A Hospital-Acquired Infection

by Erica Mitchell | May 13 2015

5_things_to_avoid_HAI-01The idea of going to the hospital can be scary enough without even thinking of the possibility of getting a hospital-acquired infection (HAI). However, there are a few things you can do to reduce your risk of getting an infection while recovering in a hospital or other healthcare facility, especially when you are being admitted for a planned procedure with advance notice. These are 5 quick steps you can take to help you and your health care team.

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