Disinfection is the use of physical or chemical methods to eliminate pathogens that stay on different transmission media, thereby cutting off the transmission route, preventing and controlling the occ...
Disinfection is the use of physical or chemical methods to eliminate pathogens that stay on different transmission media, thereby cutting off the transmission route, preventing and controlling the occurrence of infection.
Why need disinfection
(1) Prevent pathogens from spreading to society and causing epidemics.
(2) Prevent the patient from being infected by other pathogens, leading to complications.
(3) Protect medical staff from infection.
Infectious diseases caused by different transmission mechanisms require different types of disinfection. For example, gastrointestinal infectious diseases, pathogens are excreted with excrement or vomit, pollution is limited, if timely disinfection can be carried out, the transmission route can be cut off. Like respiratory infectious diseases, pathogens are excreted with breathing, coughing, and sneezing, and then spread through droplets and dust. The scope of contamination is not precise and disinfection is more difficult. Space disinfection must be taken at the same time to prevent infection.
In particular, the disinfection measures of infectious wards and ICU isolation wards have attracted more and more attention and attention from the hospital. Because viruses, Ebola, SARS, and avian influenza are extremely dangerous, the hospital wants an effective, harmless, economical, and easy-to-use space disinfection method that can automatically sterilize the space without entering the dangerous ward, thereby avoiding Infection and external spread.
UVPLUS dry fog hydrogen peroxide sterilizer has been used in hospital infectious wards and operating rooms. its easy to use, fast, harmless, no residue, no personnel to operate, no dead corners, and kill Multi-drug resistant bacteria.
In addition, the UVPLUS hydrogen peroxide sterilizer realizes sterilization in the "dry fog" state, efficiently and quickly kills microorganisms in the air, including resistant microorganisms such as bacterial spores, and does not increase the humidity of the indoor air too much. The 30-minute residence time is enough to kill all microorganisms, and the challenge test using resistant spores as a biological indicator can kill all of them.