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Smart Door Handle that Sanitises Hands launched to help fight against Superbugs

PullClean, an innovative door handle that sanitises your hands, triples the rate of hand sanitisation rates and provides feedback on usage through a monitoring system, has today launched in the UK. Invented by Altitude Medical UK co-founders, Dr Alex Oshmyanksy and Dr Jake McKnight, when they were students at the University of Oxford, PullClean encourages people to clean their hands every time they enter and exit a room, making hand hygiene simple and trackable. It was developed to reduce the spread of viruses and infections in any high-footfall setting such as hospitals, care homes, schools and universities, as well as leisure and hospitality venues such as hotels, restaurants, shopping centres and airports.

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What should you do if you don’t have soap and clean, running water?

Washing hands with soap and water is the best way to reduce the number of germs on them in most situations. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. Alcohol- based hand sanitizers can quickly reduce the number of germs on hands in some situations, but sanitizers do not eliminate all types of germs and might not remove harmful chemicals.

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Smart door handle that sanititises hands fights superbugs

Invented by Altitude Medical UK co-founders, Dr Alex Oshmyanksy and Dr Jake McKnight, when they were students at the University of Oxford, PullClean encourages people to clean their hands every time they enter and exit a room, making hand hygiene simple and trackable. It was developed to reduce the spread of viruses and infections in any high-footfall setting such as hospitals, care homes, schools and universities, as well as leisure and hospitality venues such as hotels, restaurants, shopping centres and airports.

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Aussie flu cure? ‘Breakthrough device’ could put an end to deadly infection in the UK

USSIE flu symptoms include headaches, sore throats and vomiting. But, this “breakthrough device” could put an end to the deadly infection, it has been claimed. This Morning: Dr Chris explains symptoms of Aussie Flu. Aussie flu has been reported in every postcode of the UK. Virus spread can be reduced by disinfecting hands. Altitude Medical UK invented ‘smart doorhandles’ to limit spread Doorhandles make it easier to sanitise hands when leaving a room

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Smart door handle helps fight infection

Pullclean sanitises hands to help fight against superbugs and other infections. Pullclean door handles help to improve hand hygiene compliance and reduce the spread of infection. PullClean, an innovative door handle that sanitises hands, triples the rate of hand sanitisation rates, and provides feedback on usage through a monitoring system, has today launched in the UK. Invented by Altitude Medical UK co-founders Dr Alex Oshmyanksy and Dr Jake McKnight when they were students at the University of Oxford; PullClean encourages people to clean their hands every time they enter and exit a room, making hand hygiene simple and trackable.

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Altitude Medical Release CountClean

Altitude Medical is proud to announce the release of CountClean, the sanitizing monitoring software that integrates with the PullClean handle. The CountClean solution is simple, cost effective, and most importantly does not involve human oversight nor interaction. CountClean enabled handles can be purchased from www.pullclean.com and data is visualised and managed at www.countclean.com.

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PullClean Awarded Innovative Technology Designation from Vizient

Altitude Medical’s PullClean handle been awarded the Innovative Technology designation from Vizient (formerly Novation), a leading healthcare services company that serves more than 100,000 members and affiliates of VHA Inc., UHC, Children’s Hospital Association, Provista and many others. The award is based on feedback provided by hospital experts who attended Vizient’s Innovative Technology Expo in November.

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