Special report: Ventilating hospitals 'key' to fight against COVID-19

We look at the latest evidence which shows how ventilation can have a positive impact on the control of pathogens in healthcare environments

picture of Ventilation is becoming an increasingly-crucial tool to enable hospitals to protect patients and staff from the spread of potentially-harmful pathogens

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Hygienic access solutions for healthcare environments

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State of the art Hospital Simulation Suite opens to offer NHS Nurses training in infection prevention and control

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High-quality air for health and healing

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Study reveals connection between hand drying methods and spread of infection

Average levels of contamination 10-fold higher following hand drying with jet air dryers

Do users benefit from HEPA air filters on hand dryers?

Neil Butler of Mitsubishi Electric discusses whether hospital washrooms can benefit from high-performance HEPA ...

Case study: Sherwood Forest NHS minimises the risk of Pseudomonas

Engineering risk assessment minimises the risk of Pseudomonas aeruginosa contamination and saves lives

LSI designs infection prevention and control simulation suite for GAMA Healthcare

The simulation suite will consist of a ward environment encompassing a two-bed ward, an isolation suite (with en suite) ...

£149m to support increased care home testing

Care homes across the country will benefit from additional rapid testing to test staff twice a week to help protect ...