SleepAngel at MEDICA Trade-Fair, 18-21.11.2019

SleepAngel at MEDICA Trade-Fair, 18-21.11.2019

The world’s largest trade fair for medical technology MEDICA takes place 18 to 21 of November in Düsseldorf, Germany. SleepAngel and GabrielScientific team is presenting new consumer line and updated medical line with unique PneumaPure filtration technology in...
SleepAngel in Saudi Arabia 28-30 of October 2019

SleepAngel in Saudi Arabia 28-30 of October 2019

SleepAngel team participates in Infection Prevention & Control 2019 KSA in Saudi Arabia 28-30.10.2019 to introduce unique PneumaPure filter technology for soft surfaces. Infection Prevention & Control 2019 KSA features three packed days containing 32...

Innovative products to fight patient environment contamination

Building Better Healthcare magazine explores the link between contaminated bedding, bed linen and pillows and outlines a host of new product innovations that reduce contamination and patient risks.  Relevant to Infection Control and Tissue Viability staff....

ABC NEWS Report on Contaminated Pillows

A report on ABC NEWS “Good Morning America” studied the contents of domestic pillows and found a range of bacteria and mold inside.  Contaminants included Coliform Bacteria, Mold and Dust Mites. While the sample size was small, the findings support the...

Ebola – CDC Critique

Human factors and training factors highlighted in this Scientific American article are practical and useful to Infection Control practice in general.  

Would you sleep on this hospital pillow?

One of the more colourful hospital pillow photographs to have been submitted to us. This pillow was beyond cleaning and disinfection and was rightfully condemned. Infection control are aware of the risk with hospital pillows but are the counter measures in place to...

Research shows rapid speed of viral contamination

Research presented in Washington DC at the ASM’s 54th ICAAC held from September 5-9, 2014 found rapid virus spread from contamination of just a single doorknob or table top. The research used surrogate “tracer” viruses. Within 2 to 4 hours these could be...