The disadvantages and risks associated with disinfection

The disadvantages and risks associated with disinfection Resistance to disinfectants and antibiotics: Numerous studies show that widespread and inappropriate use of disinfectants can lead to resistance of pathogenic microorganisms to disinfectants and antibiotics;...

Justified disinfection – How to implement

Justified disinfection – How to implement The conditions of “Justified disinfection” For a surface to present a risk of transmission of microbial disease, it must be able to serve as a vehicle between a microorganism and humans. For example, floors, urinals,...

Justified disinfection – The experts’ point of view

Justified disinfection – The experts’ point of view Based on these risks, more and more epidemiologists, doctors, microbiologists and hygienists are recommending that the use of disinfectants in certain sectors be minimized or even eliminated. —  Health Canada:...

The role of barrier protection in justified disinfectant

The role of barrier protection in justified disinfectant Standard disinfectant works by killing a pathogen/virus on contact. The disinfectant is sprayed on the surface to achieve sanitisation. The issue with this method is that once the disinfectant dries, the surface...