Managing and controlling nosocomial infection
Nosocomial infections cause significant morbidity and mortality in patients. This means that implementing infection management policies and suitable hygiene measures to keep hospitals and patient areas clean is an absolute imperative. In some cases, replacing reusable products with single-use products helps to keep infection rates down. Our products are always designed with minimal parts and infection prevention in mind – helping you to improve workflow efficiency and reduce the risk of such infections in your hospital.
Each year around 400,000 to 600,000 patients fall ill with nosocomial infections in Germany. According to the National Surveillance Center (NRZ), a great number of these infections could be prevented with suitable hygiene measures. Take a look at how Klinikum Magdeburg in Germany approaches infection management.
Klinikum Magdeburg, Germany: standardised processes for anaesthesia systems
Optimised process flows are an important factor in the efficiency of operating theatres. Hygiene issues in the operating threatre are as important for the anaesthetist as they are for the surgeon, as both need a sterile workplace when dealing with the patient.
Dr. Sadi Konuk Hospital, Istanbul: increasing survival rates of premature babies
In several analyses, 60-70% of NICU care costs were attributed to daily room charges, making length of stay the single most important cost-related variable. Reducing the rate of hospital-acquired infections is a well-known method to decrease the average length of stay.
Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Dijon, France: workplace design for different acute care areas
Our systems help you maintain hygiene standards, reduce cleanup and turnaround times and improve overall safety in the workplace. Workplace systems create less cluttered frameworks by eliminating free-hanging cables that are difficult to clean.