The time to pay attention to reducing the spread of infection is now

At CareSafe, we know just how dangerous a healthcare environment can be. Hospitals, long term care facilities, clinics and physician’s offices are teeming with potent bacteria and viruses. Despite best efforts to promote good hand-hygiene practices, the cleansing of healthcare surfaces, the use of contact precautions and isolation protocols, infections acquired during hospital stays are the most common complication of hospital care and one of the most serious patient safety concerns. Fragile patients with compromised immune systems are being treated in all settings. The spread of infections in healthcare has become a significant concern shared by patients, families and staff.

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In the past several years, new methods of reducing contamination of healthcare room surfaces have emerged. Touchless hydrogen peroxide disinfection and self-sanitizing surface protection are two of the advancing technologies that have infection control practitioners and environmental services experts’ attention. CareSafe’s disinfection and protection products offer a unique combination to kill dangerous pathogens that can survive long periods of time on surfaces. Preventing the spread of infection is achieved by disinfection and continuous protection.

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Until recently disinfection has been the only means of eliminating dangerous pathogens that dwell on surfaces. New long lasting methods of reducing contamination of healthcare room surfaces have emerged. CareSafe’s system goes an extra step to provide surface protection against bacteria, viruses, fungus and spores. The CareSafe self-sanitizing surface coating system is the only system that provides proven protection for one (1) year.

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The incidence of infections acquired during hospitalization, contributes to an additional annual estimated $45 billion in direct hospital costs. Medicare, Medicaid and some insurance companies no longer pay for some healthcare acquired infections (HAIs). CareSafe helps organizations focus on controlling the spread of infection as well as controlling costs. Investing in cost effective infection prevention and protection will create a safe environment as well as control the loss of reimbursement.

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Infection Prevention, Protection and Control