Posts Categorized: Sanitation

The Science of ATP Monitoring

Animal Drinking Water Cleaning Systems, Bacteria, Biomedical Research, Clinical, Companion Animal Care, Detection & Monitoring Products, Food Processing, Industry, Pharmaceutical Production, Sanitation, Surface Tags:

What is ATP? Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) is a chemical produced in all living cells. Its presence on a surface is an indication of organic contamination. That contamination can come from human contact, bacterial presence or some other form of organic residue. The amount of ATP remaining on a cleaned surface is a direct indication of

Are You Doing All You Can to Prevent Bronchoscope Infection?

Bacteria, Pathogen, Sanitation, Uncategorized

Increase in Bronchoscope-Related HAI on the Rise: An increased frequency of infections caused by bronchoscopes contaminated by multidrug-resistant P. aeruginosa and Klebsiella pneumoniae have been published during the past few years (ICT,, These recent outbreaks of HAI’s prompted the FDA to issue an official Safety Communication about microbial transmission and infection associated with

Our Sanitation Survival Guide can help you get your facility hygiene under control

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You can increase the efficacy of your facility hygiene plan by downloading your copy of the Sanitation Survival Guide, and keeping it in your facility. Below you’ll find a few highlights from the guide, as well as a form to download it on your own. Quick and Dirty Tips to Get Clean: The four pillars