Disinfection

To complete the protective cycle around the patient

The fight against nosocomial infections passes through several stages, including one of the most significant involving the hygiene and disinfection of the patient’s environment.

The fight against nosocomial infections passes through several stages, including one of the most significant involving the hygiene and disinfection of the patient’s environment. Hospital teams are encouraged to follow a strict cleaning and disinfection protocol, particularly concerning the hygiene of hands and patient rooms. However, these elements encounter several difficulties:

  • The widespread use of connected devices, which cannot be disinfected according to traditional protocols, may compromise their use
  • The difficulty of cleaning rooms, due to the multitude of equipment involved

Hospital facilities therefore require a fast effective solution, taking into account the technical constraints and fragility of equipment used on a daily basis by the teams and patients.

visuel desinfection mobile
2,617High touch devices such as cell phones are touched as often as 2,617 times per day*.
50% Experts believe that only 50% of surfaces are disinfected during manual cleaning and disinfection processes**
  • * Putting a Finger on Our Phone Obsession. Mobile touches: a study on humans and their tech. Words by Michael Winnick, Visuals by Robert Zolna. June 16th 2016.
  • ** http://www.infectioncontroltoday.com/news/2015/08/study-finds-important-gaps-in-evidence-for-best-methods-for-cleaning-hospital-rooms-to-prevent-hais.aspx