Intensive Care Units
Reduce Risk of Cross Contamination
Patients at high-risk for healthcare-acquired infections, such as ICU and oncology patients, typically have a compromised immune system, long length of hospital stay, several caregivers performing multiple tasks, and a high quantity of invasive devices being used.
The presence of even one of these factors contributes to a higher risk of biological or environmental contamination.
- Staff and visitor traffic is heavy
- ICUs are occupied by multiple patients
- ICU patients are immuno-compromised
- High number of invasive devices in use
- Air flow is non-uniform in “dead zones” like entries, exits, and sink areas
- Safe to use around vulnerable patients
- Easily moved by staff to point of care
- Rapidly and safely disinfects ICUs
- Eliminates dead zones in ICU layout