SecureAire White Paper: Particle Control Technology Combats Aerosolized Transmission of Mycobacterium chimaera

Todays Healthcare System faces the continuous challenge of increasing costs due to the 1.7 Million patients that are hurt by Hospital Acquired Infections (HAI’s) and tax the system by an estimated $20+ Billion each year. One of the more recent challenges concerning Hospital Acquired Infections in Cardiac Surgery is the airborne transmission of Mycobacterium chimaera, which has been linked to operating room equipment, deemed critical to the success of these surgical procedures. SecureAire recently researched and investigated the airborne transmission of Mycobacterium chimaera and found Particle Control Technology to be one of the few potential solutions in reducing this transmission. The below White Paper entitled, “Particle Control Technology Combats Aerosolized Transmission of Mycobacterium chimaera from Heater-Cooler Units during Cardiac Surgery”, explains the results of its latest Hospital Operating Room study in the context of Mycobacterium chimaera…

My Lederhosen are in the Wash – Flowtoberfest 2017 Recap

When you think of Oktoberfest you typically picture steins overflowing with beer, wursts, and pretzels, music, contests, and let us not forget men celebrating in lederhosen and women in traditional Bavarian garb. We’re happy to report that the 4th Annual Flowtoberfest pretty much nailed the typical Oktoberfest image right down to the lederhosen! Keep reading to get a recap of Flow Tech’s annual customer appreciation event – Flowtoberfest 2017…

Aircuity Monitor: October 2017

Today’s blog post comes from the October edition of Aircuity’s monthly newsletter, Aircuity Monitor. In this issue you’ll learn why turning your air change rates down at night is not a good substitution to using the Aircuity DCV technology. You’ll also read about Michigan State University’s basis for the safe, sustainable labs concept case study and more…