FOR HOSPITAL

 

People Come To Get Well. And Get Sick.

 

Add an Airocide® bioconversion system into the equation and the number of Colony Forming Units (CFUs) plunges. All because Airocide systems eradicate virtually every microorganism they encounter. 99.999 percent of them on the first pass. Proven in clinical studies. Proven in real-world hospital operating rooms. Airocide’s bioconversion technology eliminates bacteria, viruses, mold, and mildew and removes harmful VOCs, which result from the constant sanitizing of surfaces.

The statistics prove it. Studies show that up to 30 percent of hospital-acquired infections result from airborne pathogens circulating in hospital air. Airborne pathogens including methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), vancomycin-resistant enterococci (VRE) and penicillum aspergillus are in the air even in environments considered sterile.

Airborne pathogens persist in hospitals despite hospital-grade HEPA filtration and laminar flow systems because the effective range of filtration is from .3 to .1 microns. Yet the deadliest pathogens are smaller than that. Even their larger colleagues are able to circumvent most systems. When people enter the operating room, they bring these contaminants with them. Sterile gowns collect hitchhikers along the way. And Operating-room nurses who prepare the room bring companions that remain despite precautions.

And that’s just in the OR. Then there’s recovery, pre-op, intensive care and plenty of other places where pathogens lurk—even waiting rooms. State-of-the-art hospitals have recorded astounding reductions in airborne pathogens including those resistant to treatment after installing Airocide bioconversion systems. Explore the evidence. Then put Airocide to work for your team.

 

 Your Exposure May Only Be 10 Minutes. Their Exposure Could Be Three Times Longer. Or More.

 All day long patients with a litany of symptoms visit this space. They are exposed to the viral and bacterial organisms that were exhaled by others while at the same time exposing others to the contribution they bring to the room. Considering the collection of microbes that enclosed space accumulates in a single day it’s no comfort to realize that your HVAC system shares that air with the rest of your office and everyone who works and visits there.

 

 Hold Your Breath

With every exhaled breath, whatever can be airborne is airborne. Bacterial meningitis, influenza, tuberculosis and strep throat, just to name a few. They will stay and grow as long as they are allowed to. No surgical mask or faceplate effectively defends against them. Airocide® bioconversion systems eliminate 99.999 percent of airborne microorganisms on the very first pass. Taking them apart, one atom at a time and turning them into harmless vapor. Without producing any ozone or other harmful byproducts.

It’s Where Patients Air Their Diseases.

When those who are symptomatic gather together in an enclosed space such as your waiting room, the risk of airborne cross-infection is significantly multiplied. And where it’s important that the product of sneezes and coughs be dealt with quickly and continuously, Airocide® bioconversion systems are being deployed to eliminate them. Not only for the patient, but the healthcare workers who assemble daily to treat them as well.

MRSA Is The Leading Cause Of Infections At Surgical Sites.

MRSA is now a leading cause of infections at surgical sites and in skin and soft tissues, according to a report appearing in one of the JAMA/Archives journals, the March/April 2008 issue of Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery. Moreover, The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery reports that an estimated “30% of surgical site infections are directly deposited from the air”. The Airocide® bioconversion system may very well be the best answer to airborne pathogens yet.


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