Balancing Infection Prevention Demands With Chemical Profiles
When it comes to healthcare facility infection prevention programs, thorough and effective surface disinfection is always a top priority, according to a Healthcare Facility Today article. But surface material compatibility is a critically important element that can sometimes go overlooked and have a tremendous impact on the prevention of healthcare-associated infections (HAIs).
A tightening of patient safety regulations has resulted in the need to increase the frequency of surface disinfection. As a result, hospitals are calling for disinfectant products that can kill germs more effectively to help offset costs, time and staff workload – creating an even greater focus on compatibility.
Surface material compatibility enables a healthcare facility’s devices to be properly cleaned and maintained.
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