Today bacteria and viruses are stronger than ever. Current products are no longer effective in combating dangerous microbes. Patients and staff are at risk from cross-contamination. Dangerous pathogens travel faster and easier.
An increasing number of individuals in the United States are receiving care in Long Term Care (LTC) facilities. These residents have growing medical complexity and care needs, and increasing exposure to devices and antibiotics.
Preventing the spread of MRSA, CRE and other healthcare-acquired infections(HAIs) is quickly becoming a top priority in skilled nursing and long-term care facilities.
Scientific literature on the prevalence of healthcare-associated infections (HAI) and evidence-based prevention practices in LTC settings is limited.
No standardized system for HAI surveillance has been adopted nationally.
The CDC recommends that facilities pay particular attention to cross-contamination points, the surfaces touched by an infected patient which become the main vectors for the spread of disease.
Bactronix® is a science based company that measures, kills and prevents bacteria, mold, viruses, fungi, odors and VOC’s from returning. The Two-Step Process is applied electrostatically and ensures 100% coverage.
Bactronizing is environmentally responsible and does not use toxic chemicals such as ammonias, bleaches, peroxides or metal-based poisons such as silver or copper ions. The process creates no harmful by-products or ozone arming VOC’s.
The Bactronizing process kills
- Many other blood borne pathogens
Bactronix has created an effective infection control program, which contains the follow aspects:
- Comprehensive training & education
- Assessment & testing
- Effective products & equipment
- Monitoring & compliance
Our infection control program will be warranted with the Bactronix “Seal of Certification” called the BactroSeal. Certification is based on maintaining low levels of contamination. The Bactronizing process will have your facility odor free, safer and healthier for your patients and staff.