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Healthcare Associated Infections (HAIs) remain a large threat to public safety and a costly problem to the healthcare system
  • 1.7 Million HAI Instances in the US each year, resulting in 99,000 deaths1
  • HAIs cost over $31.5 Billion to the Healthcare industry, and they impact institution ratings and reimbursement2
  • The COVID-19 Hospital-Acquired infection rate is 12-15%3
  • 1 in 31 US Hospital patients are treated for at least one HAI each day4
The Healthcare industry does not have a requirement for white coat cleanliness, yet they are covered in pathogens
  • 58% of white coats are laundered less than once a month5
  • 42% of white coats test positive for Gram-Negative bacteria6
  • Novel Coronavirus can remain viable for 72 hours on a variety of surfaces, including garments, shoes, and devices7
  • Many medical studies have shown that garments, shoes, and devices are likely vectors for pathogen transmission8

Sources:

  1. CDC
  2. CMS, PLOSONE
  3. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
  4. CDC
  5. Journal of Hospital Infection
  6. Journal of Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology
  7. American Society for Microbiology
  8. Journal of Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology

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

  • 98.6% of Hospital Staff would recommend the SteriLocker™ to a colleague*
  • 92.6% of Hospital Staff said that SteriLocker™ has a positive impact on their perception of the Hospital’s infection control ability*

*Per internal survey results

Non-Disruptive, Easy to Move

  • Charting Rooms

  • Patient Floors

  • Resident Lounge

  • Facility Entrance / Exit

  • Lobby

  • Waiting Rooms

SteriLocker™ Makes Hospitals Safer for All

  • Physicians, Residents, and Medical Students use SteriLocker™’s to disinfect white coats after rounds of patient visits, before hanging them, and before laundering.
  • Nurses, Clincal Staff, and Non-Clinical Staff use SteriLocker™ to disinfect shoes, white coats, jackets, devices, and other personal items after patient visits and before going home to family.
  • Patient Discharge staff use SteriLocker™ to disinfect patient belongings as a courtesy.
  • Visitors and Outpatients use SteriLocker™ to disinfect garments, devices, and shoes before and after receiving care.
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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