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The NHS Trust and Sodexo were recently awarded the UK Association of Healthcare Cleaning’s Working in Partnership award for collaborating on use of Xenex Germ-Zapping Robots at Queen's Romford Hospital in the UK.

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Adios Rubeola! Measles has been officially eliminated in the Americas.

Let's say adios to hospital acquired infections too. We at Xenex know how to stop them in the patient environment.

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Visit Xenex at AHE Exchange booth #220 - Ronan the LightStrike Robot will show you pathogen specific infection rate reductions - at Xenex we don't lump
infection rate reductions into the MDRO category. Published studies will
show you Xenex LightStrike Robots are effective in reducing rates of hospital acquired C. diff, MRSA, VRE, SSIs.... Something you won't see from other UV disinfection!

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Great article on the first LTAC in Ohio, Life Line Hospital, to have LightStrike Robots.
"We should certainly have the best infection rate in any of the health care providers," Steinkirchner said.
The robots cost about $100,000, but the folks at Life Line say if it prevents just two diseases, it pays for itself.

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Phoenix VA Weaponized its infection prevention arsenal with 6 new LightStrike Robots!

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The Phoenix VA Hospital has added 6 LightStrike Robots to ensure disinfection for #veterans. We're so proud, and we love the names!

"We're ecstatic because it's going to help us provide a clean and safe environment for our veterans," Carter said. "This is the best of the best."
The bot on display was christened "Chief," and its five siblings also got monikers: Army, Air Force, Marine Corps, Navy, Coast Guard.

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Two wonderful hospitals, one just starting with their Germ-Zapping Robots,

In 2015, Sonoma Valley Hospital, which typically has a low infection rate, had only one case of hospital-acquired infection, or HAI.
“It has dramatically reduced our HAI rate,” Mathews said. “It’s been quite significant.”

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#Germzapping Robots show Marin, Sonoma hospitals the light on #disinfection | The North Bay Business Journal

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Incredible investigation by Reuters Top News: #deaths from #superbugs are vastly undercounted, DCs exclude infection info

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IBecker's Infection Control & Clinical Quality
Study: Antibacterial ingredients in dust linked to antibiotic resistance in athletic facility.
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