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C. Diff in Hospitals
Patients infected with Clostridium difficile are twice as likely to be readmitted to the hospital as patients who don’t have C. diff, says a study published in the April issue of the American Journal of Infection Control, the official publication of the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology.Read More
C. diff more deadly than Ebola
More than 7,500 people have died as a result of the latest Ebola outbreak, galvanizing the health care community across the world into action. There is little doubt that Ebola is a terrible disease with a mortality rate of one in five among those who are infected, but there is a far more common and deadly killer stalking America.Read More
Safety in long-term care facilities must include effective disinfection.
The Halo Disinfection system kills C. diff, MRSA and other life-threatening pathogens all at the touch of a button. Clostridium difficile was first described in 1935, around the time many of the people who are now in long-term care facilities were born. Today, C. diff is the No. 1 cause of acute infectious diarrhea in nursing homes, with symptoms that range from watery diarrhea to colitis that can be life threatening.Read More
Sanosil International renamed to Halosil International!
But don't worry. As Halosil, we will continue to provide the same high quality disinfection solutions we have always delivered to customers.Read More