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    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.
    28 | 05 | 13
    Copper Destroys Norovirus
    Healthcare
    antimicrobial, research
    New research from the University of Southampton shows that copper and copper alloys will rapidly destroy norovirus – the highly-infectious sickness bug.
    05 | 02 | 13
    Antimicrobial Copper Helps Protect Student Health
    Healthcare
    antimicrobial, research
    Greek researchers have shown copper touch surfaces installed in schools have fewer germs on them and could play a part in protecting student health.
    04 | 12 | 12
    New Study Shows How Copper Restricts the Global Spread of Antibiotic-resistant Infections
    Healthcare
    antimicrobial, research
    New research from the University of Southampton has shown that copper can prevent horizontal transmission of genes, which contributes to antibiotic-resistant infections.
    24 | 07 | 12
    Spanish Study Confirms Antimicrobial Copper’s Efficacy Against Drug-resistant Bacteria
    Healthcare
    antimicrobial, research
    A study conducted by the University Hospital of Ceuta has demonstrated antimicrobial copper’s efficacy against a drug-resistant bacteria, IRAB.
    16 | 05 | 11
    Copper’s Key Role in Infection Control and Preventing the Spread of Antibiotic-resistant Microbes
    Healthcare
    antimicrobial, research, touch surface
    Copper’s important role in infection control and halting the spread of antibiotic-resistant organisms will be highlighted by two globally-renowned researchers.
    04 | 04 | 11
    Antibiotic-Resistant Germs Eliminated by Copper in Live Global Broadcast
    Healthcare
    antimicrobial, research
    Today, a live broadcast from the University of Southampton in the UK highlighted copper’s role in reducing the spread of antibiotic-resistant organisms in hospitals.
    11 | 08 | 10
    Copper Industry Reacts to New 'Superbug' NDM-1
    Healthcare
    antimicrobial, research
    Studies on antimicrobial copper contact surfaces point to the metal as a potentially useful control measure in hospitals for the newly emergent NDM-1.
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