Many establishments , including hospitals and schools, have increased concerns about patient and student health and welfare as well as need to reduce pressure on valuable resources. Multiple factors can contribute to infection control, including specific environmental and people-related factors. The environmental factors include the physical layout of a facility and the way people interact with the building.
The demand for antibacterial products to help support infection control measures in hospitals is rising, with increased concerns for patient health and the pressures put on valuable resources. According to research published in the British Medical Journal, every adult patient who contracts a Healthcare Acquired Infection (HCAI) will have an increased length of stay in hospital, at cost of more than £586 per day1.
At a time when health services are under considerable pressure to free up resources, preventing HCAIs has never been so critical. Switches, sockets, and trunking systems are some of the most frequently touched devices by both patients and staff in healthcare facilities. Alongside a robust cleaning regime, antibacterial products can play an important role
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