Medical Privacy Screens – New Line of Defence in Covid War

Medical Privacy Screens – New Line of Defence in Covid War

Statistics for Healthcare-Associated Infections (HCIAs) are rising, particularly in the North West of England where a CEBM report in early October, stated that 24% of patients admitted to hospitals were infected and of these, 18% were due to contracting Covid-19...
NEW – RAPID DEPLOYABLE PATIENT ISOLATION SYSTEM

NEW – RAPID DEPLOYABLE PATIENT ISOLATION SYSTEM

Nojerm Ltd CleanScreen – Very Easy to Clean – Wall-mounted or Mobile – Modular and available in different lengths – Available with anti-bac additive – Durable and waterproof Contact our advisors on + 44 (0)1778 420619 for more information today...
CleanScreen Impact Testing

CleanScreen Impact Testing

CleanScreen – the unique and durable medical privacy screens available as wall mounted privacy screens or mobile privacy screens takes the knocks!  Watch the video…...

CleanScreen – It’s waterproof…!

Another benefit of the Nojerm CleanScreen is that it is completely waterproof.  This unique feature makes it tough and durable product whilst being very easy to clean. Also, it is impossible to wash off the anti-bacterial additive as it is integrated into the product,...
The infection Quadrilateral

The infection Quadrilateral

The infection Quadrilateral diagram shows how infections can spread.  Nojerm products are developed to provide best-in-class surface hygiene. Check our our new medical privacy screen – CleanScreen, with built in anti-bac technology!
This surface is clean – Really?

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...
Bioverwhelmed

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...