CleanSpace Technology's CleanSpace Respirators are designed to protect healthcare workers from airborne contaminants.
When choosing a cleaning or disinfection product for a healthcare facility, one of the factors taken into consideration is the compatibility of the product with the equipment or surface.
In many facilities the assumption is that hospital cleaning staff perform the majority of the environmental cleaning and disinfecting duties within a hospital, but what is the reality?
A thorough understanding of the TOE ultrasound probe and how it should be reprocessed is critical.
Whitely has added Bactol Clear — an antibacterial hand rub that kills bacteria without water — to its hand hygiene range.
UV Angel Clean Air is a UV-C air treatment system that reduces levels of viruses, bacteria and fungi by automatically and continuously treating the air to create healthier environments.
The hygiene system is designed to completely remove microbes from surfaces and reduce the spread of infection by cleaning facilities efficiently and effectively.
Camfil Opakfil ES filters remove airborne contaminants such as smoke, bacteria, fumes, fungi and virus-bearing droplet nuclei.
Reynard's Premier Detergent and Disinfectant Wipes are designed to clean and disinfect hard surfaces and equipment simply and effectively while saving time and money.
Recent work by the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care has delivered a powerful reminder that action to improve antimicrobial use is vital to the safety of residents.
Australia's vaccine program kicked off at the start of this week, with the country's most vulnerable community members first off the block to receive the Pfizer–BioNTech vaccine.
Rideshare service DiDi has launched a new service — DiDi Vaccinate — which will provide free trips to frontline workers to assist in the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine in Australia.
RFiD Discovery and Welspring have partnered to offer high-quality, reusable and trackable protective garments for frontline healthcare workers.
SurfaceWise2, a hospital-grade disinfectant that makes surfaces hostile to germs for up to three months, has been launched in Australia by Allied BioServices.
Preliminary results from the Russian COVID-19 phase 3 vaccine trial suggest that the two-dose vaccine regimen is 91.6% efficacious against symptomatic COVID-19.