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    27 | 07 | 16
    Study Highlights Antimicrobial Copper as a ‘No-Touch Disinfection Technology’
    Healthcare
    clinical trial, hospital, antimicrobial
    New US-Chile research highlights the contribution of antimicrobial copper touch surfaces to environmental hygiene in a children's hospital.
    06 | 06 | 14
    CPD Enables Healthcare Architects to Specify Antimicrobial Copper with Confidence
    Healthcare, Architecture
    antimicrobial, clinical trial, cost-effective, design, healthcare-associated infections, hospital
    A new CPD presentation helps architects to understand the challenges of infection control and the solution antimicrobial copper touch surfaces provide.
    05 | 06 | 14
    French Studies Confirm Copper as a Significant Advance in the Fight Against Infection
    Healthcare, Design and manufacture
    antimicrobial, clinical trial
    New French research confirms the contribution antimicrobial copper touch surfaces can make to infection prevention.
    08 | 08 | 13
    Antimicrobial Copper: the New Approach to Hospital Decontamination
    Healthcare
    clinical trial, research, antimicrobial, infections
    The use of copper for infection control will be highlighted by a leading international researcher at an important infection prevention conference taking place this September.
    09 | 04 | 13
    Trial Finds Copper Reduces Healthcare-Associated Infections by 58%
    Healthcare
    antimicrobial, clinical trial
    New research shows the use of antimicrobial copper surfaces in intensive care units can reduce the number of healthcare-associated infections by 58%.
    23 | 01 | 13
    Copper Exerts Protective ‘Halo Effect’ in Neonatal Unit
    Healthcare
    antimicrobial, clinical trial
    It has been reported that surfaces in an ICU made from copper not only have reduced contamination but, due to a ‘halo effect’, also lower contamination on adjacent surfaces.
    28 | 09 | 11
    Copper Bedrails Stay Cleaner Longer
    Healthcare
    antimicrobial, clinical trial, touch surface
    Research results demonstrate that hospital bedrails made of copper have fewer contaminants and remain clean longer than plastic bed rails.
    01 | 07 | 11
    Antimicrobial Copper Pens Tested in CCUs Less Contaminated
    Healthcare
    antimicrobial, clinical trial
    A clinical study has demonstrated that antimicrobial copper pens used in critical care units had significantly fewer microbes on them.
    01 | 07 | 11
    Research Proves Antimicrobial Copper Reduces the Risk of Infections by more than 40%
    Healthcare
    antimicrobial, clinical trial, touch surface
    Early results from a US multi-site clinical trial demonstrate the use of antimicrobial copper surfaces in ICU rooms resulted in a 40.4% reduction in the risk of acquiring an infection.
    12 | 11 | 10
    Copper Reduces Contamination Between Cleans
    Healthcare
    clinical trial
    Results confirm the role of antimicrobial copper touch surfaces as a supplement to routine cleaning to improve environmental hygiene in clinical environments.
    28 | 09 | 10
    Antimicrobial Copper 'Halo Effect' Discovered
    Healthcare
    antimicrobial, clinical trial
    The results of a pilot study at an outpatient clinic show that antimicrobial copper surfaces extend a ‘halo effect’ to nearby, non-copper surfaces, reducing their contamination levels.
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