Device sanitization in the NICU

Staff and visitors who enter the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) must wash their hands to prevent the spread of infectious diseases to neonates. However, mobile devices that are carried everywhere we go are rarely sanitized.

This guide will inform you of the effects of dirty devices in the NICU, how UV sanitizers can be deployed to improve cleanliness, and how Winnie Palmer Hospital has solved this challenge using CleanSlate.

This solution guide will review:

  • Dirty Devices in the NICU
  • CleanSlate Deployments in the NICU
  • Winnie Palmer: A CleanSlate Success Story
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Clean Hands Should Touch
Germ-Free Devices.

Empower Staff & Visitors to Sanitize
Devices in Just 20 Seconds

Fast and simple.
No training required.

Proven to inactivate 99.9998% of MRSA without pre-cleaning.

Touch-free device removal that enables proper hand hygiene.

No chemicals and no damage to sensitive touchscreens.

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