• Sitting on bacteria – any benefits?

    Anyone working in a healthcare environment will be well aware of the challenges that seating presents when it comes to de-contamination and cleaning. Hospital bedside seating is one of the worst areas for harbouring pathogens and one of the most challenging areas to clean. In fact, it is usually impossible to clean chairs found in …

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  • This surface is clean – Really?

    It is no secret that two of the main pillars of Infection Prevention and Control are adherence to a thorough hand hygiene protocol, and proper environmental cleaning. Hands are parts of people, and people that work in hospitals are conscious that hygiene is a matter of importance. So to whatever extent, those hands do get …

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  • Bioverwhelmed

    Biofilm of antibiotic resistant bacteria, close-up view. Rod-shaped and spherical bacteria. Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Mycobacterium tuberculosis, Klebsiella, Staphylococcus aureus, MRSA Shutterstock Image. Copyright: Kateryna Kon Are we sleepwalking towards a pathogenic doom? Figures such as ‘five to ten years’ have been suggested as being all the time we have left to get on top …

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  • Patient slings – can they be comfortable?

    As a devoted Healthcare professional, you will want to carry each of your patients from one location to another in the greatest possible comfort, with the most compassion, and with no loss of dignity. We would like to be part of your journey. Our Nojerm pure compassion range of patient slings is the result of …

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