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How is your facility addressing pathogen migrationand transfer on the soles of footwear and dirty floors?
HAI and SSI prevention is your daily focus.
HAI prevention has focused on hand washing, hard-surface cleaning protocols, soft-surface exchange and disposal, whole-room UVC cleaning, and judicious use of antibiotics, but aside from regular cleaning of floors and use of booties, little focus has been given pathogen transmission fromfootwear and floors.
Studies show hospital floors - in the Operating Room, in the ICU, in Isolation Wards, and even Labor and Delivery – arepathogen reservoirs for the transmission of germs.
Even in a clean patient room, pathogenshave been proven to spread from shoes to patient skin within 30 minutes 2 in 96% of clinical simulations
Deshpande, A. et al., “Are hospital floors an underappreciated reservoir of transmission of healthcare-associated pathogens?”, American Journal of Infection Control, Volume 45, Issue 3, Pages 336–338
The Clinical Evidence and Proof:
Microchem Independent Clinical Lab Test (triple replicate ASTM E1153 conforming methodology) Results of 5 of the most common pathogens to cause Hospital/Healthcare Acquired Infections.
Independent Clinical Lab Test Results
Staph aureus (MRSA)
Escherichia coli (CRE)
Enterococcus faecalis (VRE)