The OUTBREAK project will use artificial intelligence to predict superbug outbreaks and model the best way to manage them before they reach the healthcare system.
Repurposing existing medicines offers more rapid hope of tackling COVID-19 than developing and manufacturing a vaccine, argue an international team of scientists.
Sustainable solutions provider iugis is making UV-C disinfection technology available to commercial markets in Australia and New Zealand.
The Baxx system attacks all bacteria and virus strains that would cause respiratory tract infections.
Airepure technicians can replace HEPA filters within existing hospital pharmaceutical cleanroom installations and perform testing and certification.
Hydroxyls can be reproduced by compact devices to improve air quality and rid the air of airborne pathogens such as respiratory diseases and other bacteria.
Preliminary research conducted in Europe has shed light on the risk of COVID-19 complications in patients with common haemoglobin disorders.
Health professionals and scientists have learned a great deal in the space of weeks and months since this all started in late December 2019.
A surface disinfectant produced by Whiteley Corporation is reported to be the first product in Australia to carry the new TGA-approved label claim against the SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) virus.
With the increase in coronavirus cases around the country, managers of foodservice operations should take steps to reduce the spread of infection and contamination risks.
The technology is used for applications including killing airborne and surface pathogens such as viruses — including coronavirus (COVID-19) — bacteria and moulds.
The TGA has published amendments to the Standard for Disinfectants and Sanitary Products (TGO 104) to allow listed disinfectants to make validated claims to kill the COVID-19 virus on surfaces.
A lack of humidity control regulations for public buildings will have a subsequent impact on possible coronavirus transmission and health.
Infection control measures like handwashing, wearing masks, protective clothing or gloves, are widely endorsed as a means of curbing the spread of COVID-19. But just how effective are they at reducing transmission of the virus?
Users of urinary catheters will benefit from significantly reduced pain and infection risk thanks to a new antimicrobial coating.