The use of disinfectant wipes in hospitals is increasing; these wipes should be able to inactivate microorganisms including viruses on environmental surfaces and to prevent their transfer to clean areas.
The aim of this study by Ling and Hui (2019) was to establish a set of assessment methods suitable for evaluating the complex indoor environment of hospital wards and to ascertain the composition of bacteria and microbial ecology of hospital wards.
The Association for the Health Care Environment (AHE), of the American Hospital Association, announces the recipient of the 2019 AHE Innovation Award.
Twice-Daily Disinfection Can Substantially Reduce Bacterial Colonization of In-Hospital Tablet Computers
Tablet computers are increasingly being used in hospital patient care and are often colonized with important human pathogens, while the impact of disinfection interventions remains controversial.
CloroxPro announces the winners of its first-ever Champions of Clean contest.
Exploring the importance of disinfecting non-critical and environmental surfaces.
By Kelly M. Pyrek
Researchers have emphasized that hospital water distribution systems might be the most overlooked, important and controllable source of healthcare-associated infections (HAIs).
By Robert Shor, DPM