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Proper disinfection of hospitals, especially operating rooms, is very important to ensure the health of patients. For this purpose, reliable and strong disinfectants should be used.
Due to the importance of cleaning medical centers and hospitals from infections and microorganisms, various disinfectants have been produced. However, the use of non-toxic hospital disinfectants is safe and stable.
Postoperative infections are fatal infections that are completely preventable. In this article, you will learn prevention and care methods.
Chemical disinfectants used in hospitals are intended to kill bacteria, fungi and contaminants, but they are the same substances cause other problems. Read the types of chemicals along with the advantages and disadvantages of each in this article.
Most of the nosocomial infections that patients contract after admission are transmitted to patients by nurses' hand microorganisms. This article outlines ways to prevent these problems.
Nano-silver disinfectant solutions are one of the most effective substances for killing bacteria. Penetration into the bacterial cell wall without damaging the body's cells makes nano-silver a powerful weapon.
Nanosilver is odorless and does not cause skin or respiratory allergies. You can use this material to disinfect closed and covered areas and your hands.