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Hospitals worldwide are desinfecting air from SARS-CoV-2 with electric air decontamination technology

 

During the rapid demand peak for isolation rooms and effective air decontamination to fight COVID-19, a large amount of hospitals worldwide have learned that the most effective way to decontaminate air is with advanced electric decontamination. Implementing safety measures on all important fronts is crucial for the safety of hospital staff and patients. Increased cleaning, hand hygiene, usage of masks and distancing have become standards, but as the awareness of the airborne nature of COVID-19 increases study by study, also air decontamination is regarded as an essential means to prevent the viruses from spreading.

Why do hospitals choose Genano?

Genano's patented technology doesn't only collect, but also eliminates living microbes, including viruses and bacteria, from indoor air, which is why many hospitals have chosen Genano to decontaminate the air in isolation rooms, waiting rooms, exam rooms, laboratories etc. With a negative pressure kit, the stand-alone air contamination unit can be connected to the existing ventilation system for creating a negative pressure into the room, while removing the airborne contaminants from the air.

Many hospitals have been using Genano air decontamination technology already in previous MERS and SARS  epidemics to increase their isolation room capacity.

 

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General Hospital of Thessaloniki, Ahepa, Greece

Examples of hospitals using Genano for infection control:

 

  • Wuhan Tongji Hospital, China
  • The First Affiliated Hospital of Guangdong Medical University, China
  • Yifu Hospital Affiliated to Nanjing Medical University, China
  • General Hospital of Luc Nam, Bac Giang Province, Vietnam
  • General Hospital Ha-Dong, Hanoi, Vietnam
  • General Hospital Bac Thang Long, Hanoi, Vietnam
  • Provincial General Hospital of Nghe An, Vietnam
  • Gynecology and Obstetrics Hospital of Nghe An, Vietnam
  • Vinmec International Hospital, Hanoi, Vietnam
  • Vinmec International Hospital, Da-Nang, Vietnam
  • Vinmec International Hospital, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
  • Hop Luc Hospital, Thanh Hoa, Vietnam
  • General Hospital of Yen Phong, Bac Ninh Province, Vietnam
  • Hospital Sungai Buloh, Malaysia
  • Hospital Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Hospital Sultanah Bahiyah, Malaysia
  • Hospital Raja Perempuan Zainab II, Kota Bahru, Malaysia
  • Hospital Tuanku Ampuan Afzan, Malaysia
  • Hospital Sibu, Malaysia
  • Hospital Bintulu, Malaysia
  • Hospital Miri, Malaysia
  • Hospital Labuan, Malaysia
  • Hospital Lahad Datu, Malaysia
  • HospitalWanita & Kanak-Kanak Sabah, Malaysia
  • Hospital Duchess of Kent, Malaysia
  • Hospital Tawau, Malaysia
  • Hospital Keningau, Malaysia
  • Hospital Canselor Tuanku Muhriz UKM formerly known as Hospital Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
  • Hospital Pulau Pinang, Malaysia
  • Sunway Medical Center, Malaysia
  • Samaria Health Center, temporary corona clinic, Espoo, Finland
  • Ospedale San Raffaele di Milano gruppo San Donato, Italy
  • ASL Lecce, Italy
  • AUSL Val D’Aosta, Italy
  • ASL di Salerno Ospedale di Oliveto Citra, Italy
  • ASL di Salerno Ospedale di Eboli, Italy
  • IRCCS di Candiolo (TO), Italy
  • University Hospital of Thessaloniki, Ahepa, Greece
  • General Hospital of Athens, Laikon, Greece
  • General Hospital of Crete Agios Nikolaos, Greece
  • General Hospital of Crete Rethymno, Greece
  • General Children Hospital of Athens, Greece
  • General Hospital of Serres, Greece
  • General Hospital of Kastoria, Greece

 

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