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UV Flash

Midbrook Medical's UV Flash Infection Control Station
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Midbrook LLC

on 30 September 2013

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Transcript of UV Flash

In each of these areas...
laptop
When you go from room to room and patient to patient...
e.coli
waiting rooms
nurse stations
bathrooms
break rooms
smartphone
patient beds
surgical equipment
scissors
keys
ID card
stethoscope
blood pressure cuff
pens
glasses
thermometers
penlights
and more...
What do you touch? What do you use?
What germs do you come in contact with?
MRSA
H1N1
SARS
fungi
countless bacteria and viruses
laptops
So how are these
smartphones
patient beds
stethoscope
surgical equipment
blood pressure cuff
scissors
pens
penlights
glasses
keys
ID cards
thermometers
e.coli
H1N1
MRSA
SARS
fungi
You use a washing machine to clean bedding between each use.
You use special washers to disinfect surgical equipment between each operation.
But what about everything else?
laptops
smartphones
pens
penlights
blood pressure cuffs
thermometers
stethoscope
keys
ID cards
glasses
scissors
Is plain soap and water good enough?
Is "looks clean" good enough?
UV Light
How does UV light help us?
When ultraviolet light has a C wavelength (specifically 254 nm), it breaks apart molecular bonds of DNA, destroying the germ.
So how can your everyday nurse or doctor take advantage of this technology?
Imagine you're a nurse...
Where do you go?
patients' rooms
being disinfected to protect from spreading these???
We have a better solution.
What is the UV Flash?
The UV Flash is an infection control station that uses UVC lamps to eliminate potentially harmful pathogenic microorganisms from a variety of objects.
How does the UV Flash work?
Place objects that need to be disinfected on these adjustable shelves.
Step 1
Since it only uses 120 volts of energy, no special outlet is necessary.
Step 2
Step 3
Now, close the door and press the start button.
After only 60 seconds, the system indicator light will turn from red to green, meaning your objects are disinfected and ready to use.
start button
system indicator
waiting room
patient's room
bathroom
nurse station
break room
Move the UV Flash into whatever area it is needed.
laptop
pens
smartphone
stethoscope
blood pressure cuff
scissors
keys
ID card
penlights
thermometers
glasses
Where can I get the UV Flash?
2080 Brooklyn Rd.
Jackson, MI 49203
1-517-787-3481
sales@midbrook.com
Contact us today for more information.
Only 60 seconds! It's that simple.
salmonella
salmonella
When placed on one of our carts, the UV Flash is easily transported from room to room.
The wire shelves enable the UVC lamps to reach all sides of the object, disinfecting the entire surface area.
See the proof for yourself
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