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All over the world we see a growing demand for a safe and healthy environment.

The Covid-19 pandemic has taught us how important it is to secure reduction of virus in the air and on the surfaces, thus minimizing the spread of infections among us.

But we must not forget that there are a lot of other issues that also influence on our health and wellbeing. Healthcare associated infections, bacteria, allergens, molds, and various microorganisms are leading to allergic reactions, infections, increased hospitalization, and increased mortality.

In all situations where people are gathered there is an increased risk for out-breaks and spreading of infections. Good hygiene standards and good cleaning procedures are necessary to keep control of infections.

With our products you can supplement your existing efforts and secure and even safer environments for your patient, your staff and your quests.

Healthcare associated infection a global growing challenge

According to WHO* health care-associated infections, or infections acquired in health-care settings are the most frequent adverse event in health-care delivery worldwide.

Hundreds of millions of patients are affected by health care-associated infections worldwide each year, leading to significant mortality and financial losses for health systems.

Of every 100 hospitalized patients at any given time, 7 in developed and 10 in developing countries will

Health care-associated infections, or “nosocomial” and “hospital” infections, affect patients in a hospital or other health-care facility, and are not present or incubating at the time of admission. They also include infections acquired by patients in the hospital or facility but appearing after discharge, and occupational infections among staff.

Most countries lack surveillance systems for health care-associated infections. Those that do have systems often struggle with the complexity and lack of standardized criteria for diagnosing the infections. While this makes it difficult to gather reliable global information on health care-associated infections, results from studies clearly indicate that each year, hundreds of millions of patients are affected by health care-associated infections around the world.

Health care-associated infections only usually receive public attention when there are epidemics. Although often hidden from public attention, the very real endemic, ongoing problem is one that no institution or country can claim to have solved, despite many efforts.

Our product portfolio is developed to secure a better and a safer environment. The products are all tested by 3rd party and have a documented efficacy in combating virus, allergens, bacteria and molds.

* WHO Facts about Healthcare asociated infections