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The global understanding and consciousness of pathogen transmission has increased, especially for the most vulnerable
  • There are 2.8 Million Healthcare Acquired Infections (HAIs) each year. Within Long-Term Care and Nursing Home Facilities, this results in 380,000 deaths1
  • Senior Care residents are experiencing increased rates of depression or worsened physical debilities caused by extended isolation during the lockdown
  • In light of the pandemic, families and some doctors have been reluctant to send patients to some facilities, fearing infection and isolation2
Current Disinfection Measures are Inadequate
  • 82% of US Nursing Homes were cited for an Infection Control deficiency from 2013-2017. ~50% were cited for persistent problems over multiple years3
  • COVID-19 can remain viable for 72 hours on a variety of surfaces, including garments, shoes, and devices4
  • 45% of all US COVID-19 deaths were among senior care residents5

Sources:

  1. US HHS
  2. WSJ
  3. US Government Accountability Office
  4. American Society for Microbiology
  5. US HHS

A Pathogen Barrier in just One-Stop: The Path to A Healthier Future

Infection prevention has never been more critical for Senior Care Facilities, which is why Assisted Living facilities have added SteriLocker™ to their screening process for all staff and visitors.  
Sterilocker Systems

Non-Disruptive, Easy to Move

  • Facility Entrance / Exit
  • Resident Floors
  • Lounge Areas
  • Lobby

SteriLocker™ Makes At-Risk Community Care Centers Safer for All

  • Minimize pathogen load when SteriLocker™ is part of the entrance protocol for staff and visitos
  • One-Stop - Staff can disinfect garments, shoes, and devices simultaneously before providing care
  • Chemical-free disinfetion for tablets and shared devices with the push of a button
  • Signal your commitment to the highest health and safety standards with on-demand access to germicidal UVC light
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Any references to “disinfection” on this website are referring generally to the reduction of pathogenic microorganisms and are not intended to refer to any specific definition of the word as used for other purposes by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration or the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
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