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News and posts From Hunter UV

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COVID-19 has shined a light on how important it is to disinfect pathogens and keep people safe. Companies and medical facilities that are considering UV-C disinfection often find that devices are split into two different sections.

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Every day we pass-on and pick-up microorganisms while interacting with our environment. Most microorganisms pose no and can help to create a strong and robust immune system for a person. However, some can be extremely harmful and life-threatening.

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Infection prevention and control in healthcare settings are extremely important in providing the best patient outcomes. Healthcare facilities are constantly asked to achieve more but with less time and less money.

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The History of UV-C as a way to kill pathogens and other organisms dates back to as early as 1845 when it became known that microorganisms respond to light.

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COVID-19 cases are still on the rise all across the Global, recently hitting 109 million cases. The second wave is stretching our medical systems and infrastructure and is putting more pressure on no able to handle the growing volume of cases.

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Healthcare-associated infections (HCAIs) affect an estimated 800,000 patients per year in England and cost the NHS billions each year. Preventing patient from infections has always been of high importance for healthcare workers and facilities.

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UV-C disinfection Has slowly been introduced to the UK healthcare industry for the last few years. At Hunter UV one of our missions is to increase the speed of this process.

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In 2013/13, a total of 4.2 million operative procedures were performed in England. Even more, SSIs are the costliest HAI type costing the NHS billions annually and are associated with thousands of additional inpatient days annually.

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The coronavirus pandemic has highlighted a need for disinfection in all places people go; hand-washing, sanitisation and face-coverings only go so far to prevent the transmission of infectious bacteria and disease pathogens. It is essential to sanitise environments regularly, but to do so with liquid cleaning products is impossible.

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Effective Antiviral Surface Disinfectant Device | Safe to Use | Trusted Decontamination Technology. The T-1000 is a UV disinfection cobot that kills 99.99% of viruses, bacteria and pathogens – including the Coronavirus. Originally developed for use in hospitals, the recent pandemic has highlighted a need for ultra-violet disinfection in all places people go.

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Hunter UV is here to help medical professionals and institutions to once again readmit and treat patients and employees safely and effectively. We use innovative technology to support surgeries, hospitals, practices and care homes eliminate traces of nasty bacteria’s and viruses from their workplace.

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Since 2012, more than 10,000 passengers and holidaymakers have been infected by virus outbreaks on cruise liners. Ultimately, this has cost cruise lines millions and millions of pounds. But it’s not just refunds, lost revenue onboard and a loss of potential future customers that are costing the companies millions, but the cost of now disinfecting the shape and ensuring it is safe for use.

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We understand that a huge amount of love and support goes into running a care home. Keeping this precious environment safe and comfortable is a top priority for staff. Unfortunately, this can be particularly challenging during a virus outbreak.

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Hospices provide a safe and comfortable space for those needing end-of-life care. Staff work incredibly hard to ensure that patients feel secure, but this can be particularly challenging during a pandemic.

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In the grips of a pandemic, many across the UK have struggled to acclimatise too ‘the new normal’. Wearing masks in shops, limiting trips to the supermarket, and putting off important appointments, has become the norm.