NEW CASTLE, DE (July 31, 2016) — Halosil International, the leader in disinfection and infection control, has announced the newest addition to its HaloFogger® line of aerosolized hydrogen peroxide fogging devices for whole room disinfection, the HaloFogger® FLX. This new model combines the proven effectiveness and volume capacity of Halosil’s standard, industry-proven HaloFogger with the added nozzle flexibility available with its HaloFogger® EXT, which is…
Timely insights from APIC 2016
Few would argue that disinfection is an important, if not essential, priority for today’s healthcare provider. With a myriad of HAIs threatening lives, profitability and reputation, infection control professionals are challenged to find a solution in which they can place their confidence and trust.
Market statistics show that we have been making headway …
Rising infections put patients at risk
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recognizes Clostridium difficile Categories: News
The Halo Disinfection System is a cost-effective prevention strategy
Clostridium difficile, one of the most common and hard-to-treat healthcare-acquired infections (HAI), sickens nearly half a million people a year in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; 29,000 of them die fro…
Disinfectant fogging system a winning solution in knocking out pathogens
We think of athletes as being tough and strong.
So is Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), a bacterium that is harder to treat than most strains of staph because it’s resistant to commonly used antibiotics.
HaloMist disinfection system kills C. diff, MRSA
Consumers might choose one healthcare system over another because it offers great technology—or convenient, patient-friendly services like private rooms. We might pick hospitals that have stellar surgeons and exceptional outcomes.
In the near future, we could very well be basing our choices on which health systems have the lowest Categories: News
For HaloMist, honesty isn’t just the best policy. It’s the only policy
Two companies selling ultraviolet light devices claimed their products were powerful disinfectants, able to give foot fungus the boot and kick E. coli, MRSA, salmonella and other pathogens to the curb.
Angel Sales, Inc., and Zadro Health Solutions, Inc., agreed to stop making those claims after Categories: News
A few extra minutes can wipe out countless pathogens
You wouldn’t want your surgeon to hurry up and finish your coronary bypass so she can squeeze more operations into her schedule.
It’s also dangerous for health systems and other institutions to reduce the time devoted to disinfecting rooms in order to speed up turnover, notes a recent article in Categories: News
Preventing healthcare-associated infections saves lives and money
Hospital and health system CFOs are entrusted with the considerable task of containing costs.
So it should not be surprising that they are looking to infection prevention as a way to reduce expenses while improving patient outcomes. Witness a recent Categories: News
Halo Disinfection System knocks out deadly pathogens
The first study ever of clinical detergent wipes validates that manual cleaning falls short in the serious job of killing pathogens. Further, the wipes often spread germs around, creating a more dangerous environment for hospital patients and staff.
A team of researchers from