American journal of infection control | 22 Nov 2016
TS Mana, B Sitzlar, JL Cadnum, AL Jencson, S Koganti and CJ Donskey
Because manual cleaning is often suboptimal, there is increasing interest in use of automated devices for room decontamination. We demonstrated that an ultrasonic room fogging system that generates submicron droplets of peracetic acid and hydrogen peroxide eliminated Clostridium difficile spores and vegetative pathogens from exposed carriers in hospital rooms and adjacent bathrooms.
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