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Hospital

Hospital

Hospitals are looking to reduce their healthcare-associated infection rates. Healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) kill more people each year globally than car accidents, breast cancer or Aids. HAIs can develop more than 48-72 hours after patient admission and up to ten days after hospital discharge, and hospitals, community clinics, nursing homes and centres handling outpatient surgery, dialysis and rehabilitation are all possible breeding grounds for multiple drug-resistant microbes. The most common HAIs are: central line-associated bloodstream infections, methicillin-resistant Staphyloccocus aureus (MRSA), vancomycin-resistant Enterococci bloodstream infections, Clostridium difficile, surgical site infections (SSIs).

Microgen hygiene offers a complete range of highly effective hospital hygiene products to address hygiene requirements in healthcare and ensure a safe hospital environment for patients, health care providers, and the general public. Microgen defines Green as a balance between hospital needs. We market a range of green antiseptic disinfectant to suits everyone’s requirement’s and satifaction.

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Surface and Environment Disinfectant

Environment and surfaces potentially generate contribute to cross contamination of microbes which can affect...

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Skin Antiseptic

Patients' skin at the operation site is routinely cleansed with antiseptic solutions in the operating theatre before surgical incisions are made.

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Hand Hygiene

Hand hygiene is the primary measure proven to be effective in preventing HCAI and the spread of antimicrobial resistance.

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Instrument Cleaning and Maintenance

Instrument cleaning, disinfection and sterilization are essential for ensuring that medical and surgical instruments...

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Instrument Disinfection and Sterilization

Instrument cleaning, disinfection and sterilization are essential for ensuring that medical and surgical instruments...

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Hemodialysis

Hemodialysis patients are uniquely vulnerable to develop HAIs because of multiple factors including exposure to invasive devices, immunosuppression...