Never underestimate the rewards an onsite laundry can provide your facility when performing at it’s very best. If you’ve made room in your facility for a space to deliver clean, consistent results, ask yourself, are you getting the performance you deserve?
[hr]Patient falls are a major issue in hospitals and healthcare institutions. A primary cause of falls is patients wearing antiembolic stockings and slipping on tiled floors.[hr]
[hr]Healthcare design’s first priority is to prevent infection. The surfaces you specify play a critical role in helping you create safer healthcare environments.[hr]
[hr]The germ fighting performance of Antimicrobial Copper surfaces at a Japanese hospital could help support moves to use it in the public areas of Tokyo’s ‘Summer Olympics’ in 2020.[hr]
[hr]Hill-Rom is committed to the concept that mobilising patients early and supporting their independence improves life – in the hospital and at home.[hr]
As easy as 1… 2… 3…
The Australian and New Zealand Falls Prevention Society is hosting the 6th Biennial Australian and New Zealand Falls Prevention at Luna Park, Sydney, from the 16th – 18th November.
Four months to go until ACIPC 2014
[hr]Healthcare associated infections (HAIs) are the most common healthcare complication affecting approximately 180,000 hospital patients a year, occupying almost two million bed daysi.[hr]
Air Liquide: TakeO2 the innovative solution for enhanced patient safety and cost savings in healthcare facilities12 September, 2014
Air Liquide Healthcare is proud to introduce TAKEO2 TM, one of the world’s first digital integrated cylinders. Australia is one of the first countries outside of Europe to implement this new technology.
[hr]Non-invasive ventilation (NIV) using adequate pressure support is an effective therapy for reducing CO2 in hypercapnic COPD patients123.[hr]
In 2002,Canberra inventor, Basil Bautovich designed the first INVISA-BEAM® for his Mother. Although residing in an excellent nursing home, she was having nightly falls. Other falls prevention devices were tried, but proved unsuccessful; so, Basil decided to develop a new concept. His unique device, using a precise invisible beam, caught the first movement of the patient attempting to exit the bed. This was a crucial factor to allow the carer to attend to the patient before they could stand up and thus help prevent a fall. Once out of bed is too late!!