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Although it’s the end of January, the excitement and hopefulness of the new year is still upon us. We didn’t want our customers and followers to miss out on our traditional, Year in A Glance Recap. So, we thought it better to post a little later than not at all. As you think about the future and what 2018 has in store please enjoy a recap of what 2017 brought Flow Tech…

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SecureAire

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…

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This past May, SecureAire presented the results from its latest study on Particle Control Technology which was conducted in a hospital operating room. The study was presented by Dr. Mark Ereth, Emeritus Professor of Anesthesiology, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Don Hess, Chief Technology Officer of SecureAire. SecureAire has since compiled this data into a white paper entitled, “Reduced Particle Load in Operating Rooms, Airborne Pathogens Killed, and the Elimination of Infections. Keep reading to view the complete white paper…

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