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zero harmTM

Fight the spread of pathogens with a 3-zone prevention strategy.

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Create a culture of safety and prevention

Every day, frontline leaders are challenged to prevent the spread of infectious pathogens. There are many ways pathogens can cause infections. Through contaminated surfaces, air and water. By touch and bodily contact, and through invasive procedures.

The key is inspiring everyone to take ownership and helping them understand the vital role they play in preventing HAIs across your organization. Our 3-zone strategy covers the entire perimeter of risk. It emphasizes people, process and product to help keep everyone in the facility safe.

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VAM vascular access management solution
U Urological Solution
EVS Environmental Disinfection Program
HH Hand Hygiene Solution

Drive sustainable outcomes with best practice guidance

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Our experts partner with you to identify practice gaps and opportunities for standardization—no matter the area or focus. We use the findings to optimize product accessibility, helping you improve compliance and outcomes.

Build good habits with education and training

Patients. Staff. Bedside caregivers. Stopping the spread of infection is everyone’s responsibility. But everyone may not always have the right information to consistently prevent HAIs. We offer educational resources for any need, learning style and skill level.

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Support best practices with the right system of products

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We work closely with you to build the right mix of products to meet your facility’s unique needs. The goal: make it easier for staff to do the right thing, helping improve patient care and control costs.

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Case Study

Discover how peer-to-peer education helped Nebraska Medicine significantly reduce CAUTI rates in the ICU.

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Urological Solution

We use nurse-driven strategies to help change caregiver behavior around indwelling urinary catheter use and duration.

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BSI Assessment Insights

More than 3,900 clinicians reveal surprising gaps in catheter care practices.

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Vascular Access Management Solution

Help caregivers reliably follow best practices for vascular access management.

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Environment Disinfection Program

Empower staff with the right process and tools to stop pathogens from spreading.

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Measuring staff’s hand hygiene compliance? Learn best practices.

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Dr. Mikel Gray

Learn from leading urology expert Dr. Mikel Gray on how to create a comprehensive CAUTI prevention program and culture of safety at your hospital.

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Learn how to select the most effective disinfectants.

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Build a 3-zone prevention strategy to fight HAIs facility-wide.