Infection Control, dust containment

How to Dispose of Non-Recyclable Infection Control Waste

Posted by HEPACART on Nov 15, 2016 11:13:53 AM

According to the World Health Organization, high-income countries like the U.S. generate approximately 0.5 kg -- or 1.1 pounds -- of hazardous medical waste per hospital bed per day. Because only 15% of medical waste is considered hazardous, this...

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Infection Control, dust containment

3 Uses for a Healthcare AnteRoom

Posted by HEPACART on Oct 18, 2016 4:20:03 PM
Like any tool in the hospital construction or facility management toolset, a hospital anteroom is an investment. As a budget-conscious professional, you are understandably wary of tools that appear to serve only one purpose and would rather look...
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hospital construction, dust containment

Class IV Infection Control Solutions

Posted by HEPACART on Oct 13, 2016 9:05:00 AM

Infection control is the process of maintaining a healthcare environment that is safe and clean. Proper infection control means taking precautions in virtually every aspect of hospital maintenance in order to minimize patient exposure to...

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Dust Containment & Hospital Flooring

Posted by HEPACART on Sep 12, 2016 9:06:30 AM
Now more than ever healthcare facilities are aiming to create environments that minimize the chance of healthcare-acquired infections (HAIs). While hospital training and protocol for staff, visitors, and patients can all have an important impact...
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