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Infection Control

Students vote to abandon antibacterial soaps

March 8, 2012
AUSTIN, TX — University of Texas (UT) student government representatives unanimously voted to reject the use of antibacterial soap on campus.
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Aqueous Ozone

March 7, 2012
The Lotus PRO aqueous ozone generating cleaning unit from Tersano Inc. now includes a Series I or Series II Ozone Stabilization Module to extend the lifetime of dirt and
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Washing Machine

March 7, 2012
The MopGiant from Miele Professional is a compact washer specifically engineered to clean microfiber mops and cloths in a sophisticated drum, rendering them not just cleaned, but also sanitized.
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Disinfectant

March 7, 2012
Clorox Professional Products Company recently announced the introduction of Clorox Healthcare hydrogen peroxide cleaner disinfectant wipes and spray, a new line of ready-to-use (RTU), one-step cleaner disinfectants engineered with
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Warding Off Cold And Flu Season In Schools

March 7, 2012
IEHA and The Housekeeping Channel provide preventative steps to help you stay healthy at the tail end of the influenza season.
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CDC: <i>C. diff</i> infections at "historic high"

March 7, 2012
WASHINGTON — On Tuesday, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued a report on the increased incidences of Clostridium difficile (C. diff) infections in hospitals and other healthcare settings.
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Flu activity on the increase

March 7, 2012
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is reporting that flu activity in the U.S. saw a moderate spike in late February, including an increase in the number of states reporting widespread activity.
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Eatery closed after outbreak

March 7, 2012
SYRACUSE, NY — A Syracuse restaurant will undergo extensive cleaning after dozens of patrons became ill.
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Corning redefines antibacterial glass

March 5, 2012
CORNING, NY — Corning Inc. is best known for refining, adapting and improving products that are already on the market in order to produce them more efficiently.
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Mortality rate from <i>C. diff</i> hits 17 percent at hospital

March 2, 2012
BURNABY, BRITISH COLUMBIA — There have been a total of 473 serious cases of C. diff recorded at the hospital since 2009, making the mortality rate from infected penitents a staggering 17 percent.
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