Antimicrobial copper is an idea that’s changing the way we look at infection prevention. Take a look at how this idea is spreading across the globe…
Filed under Anti microbial copper alloys, Daily Blog Posts, Watch it on Wednesday
Tagged as Antimicrobial copper-alloy touch surfaces, Copper, copper around the world, copper clinical trials, Copper Development Association, HAI prevention, healthcare acquired infections, Infection, Infection control, United States
Dr Schmidt discusses the finding that copper surfaces reduce microbial burden and HCAIs in the ICU.
Wow, It appears that just a small amount of copper can more than pay for itself in no time when placed in the ICU. Not to mention the reduction of suffering for the patients. I wonder how much more it could do throughout the rest of the Hospital???
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