Evaluation of an aerosolized hydrogen peroxide disinfection system
Evaluation of an aerosolized hydrogen peroxide disinfection system for the reduction of Clostridioides difficile hospital infection rates over a 10 year period
- Clostridioides difficile infections (CDI) are a significant problem in healthcare facilities worldwide.
- A study examined the use of an aerosolized hydrogen peroxide (aHP) disinfection system for reducing CDI rates.
- The study showed a significant reduction in CDI rates from 4.6 per 10,000 patient days to 2.7 per 10,000 patient days after implementing the aHP system.
- The study also showed a consistent decrease in CDI rates over a 5-year period of continued use of the aHP system.
- The addition of the touchless aHP whole room disinfection system as part of terminal cleaning resulted in a sustained reduction in CDI rates year after year.
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