Hospital Disinfection

Hospital Disinfection

Thorough environmental cleaning and disinfection of rooms where patients with multi drug-resistant organisms (MDROs) were hospitalized and treated is essential. The purpose of this cleaning and disinfection process is to remove bacterial contamination from environmental surfaces and equipment surfaces where patients receive care. In order to prevent the transmission of the microorganisms from patient to patient and also from patients to healthcare workers or patients to visitors.

Our specialists posses advanced training methods ensuring proper disinfection and proper use of protective equipment. Using improper methods or products can actually spread the microorganisms that are responsible for causing infection.

Medical Buildings

Medical Building Disinfection

Patient Rooms

Patient Rooms Disinfection

 

Health care-associated infections are infections that occur within any setting where health care is delivered. Health care-associated infections affect 4% to 10% of patients and result in significant harm to patients/residents/clients. Maintaining a safe, clean and hygienic environment and minimizing microbial contamination of surfaces, items and equipment within the health care environment is increasingly recognized as an essential approach to reducing the risk of health care-associated infections for all patients/residents/clients, visitors and staff within health care settings.

Electrostatic disinfection plays a vital role in breaking this cycle. Studies have proven that proper disinfection techniques in schools can help reduce the spread of viruses. We offer professional services in cleaning and disinfecting properly around these sensitive building occupants. Research shows that the flu viruses can potentially live on surfaces and objects for 48 hours after being deposited. In addition, our solution Vital Oxide has been approved by Health Canada & EPA for the use against viruses, infections, SARS-CoV-2, and the Coronavirus. Showing efficiency against disinfecting enveloped and non-enveloped viruses both large and small.