Petri Dishes

RESEARCH

It is important to be fully informed: Below are evidence-based references pointing to the need for practical compliance of handheld device sanitation in clinical care facilities.

RESEARCH ARTICLES

  1. How Long Will Corona Virus Live On Surfaces & In The Air, By Apoorva Mandavilli, Published March 17, 2020 Updated March 24, 2020 www.nytimes.com

  2. How the Virus Spreads www.cdc.gov

  3. Coronavirus www.uchicagomedicine.org

  4. Fox News, Madeline Farber reports:” Measles cases the highest in the United States since the 1990’s” says CDC / April 24, 2019

5. Nasal colonization & bacterial contamination of cell phones        carried by medical staff in the OR. by CH. Chang May 2017
6. Top 10 germs on your cell phone; Chris Opfer; How stuff                 works:Science article, 2018
7. Channel 4 News NY, NJ; 7 Children Die from Viral Infection              Outbreak, New Jersey Medical Center October 26, 2018:              Rana Novini reports Health Authority investigation finds:              handwashing violations/Infection Control issues.

HOW GERMY IS YOUR CELL PHONE?

WEB CITATIONS

  1. www.futurism.com These germs are growing on your cell phones 1/15/2015, Blundy, R: Surrey University study

  2. www.statefoodsafety.com the dirty cell phone: The Seattle Times , 2018 the article by Abrams, A.

  3. www.nlm.nih.gov Global study of bacterial flora on cell phones of Healthcare worker and non-healthcare workers

  4. www.scielo.br by Graveto, JM. 2018 ; Cell phone usage by health personnel : preventive strategies 

PRINTED REFERENCES

  1. Times magazine: Health Research 8/23/2017, Your cell phone is 10x dirtier then your toilet, article by Abrams, A.

  2. Elsevier: Clinical Microbiology and Infection vol.22 issue 5, May 2016 pgs.453-ei-456e6 contamination of healthcare workers’ cell phone/epidemic viruses 

  3. Nasal Colonization & Bacterial contamination of cell phones carried by medical staff in the OR, CH Chang. May 2017

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PRODUCT FEATURES

  • Sanitizing cover retarding growth of germs 

  • Environmentally safe sanitizing agent

  • Visibly clear & fitting 

  • Slows low-grade alpha and beta emissions

  • Allows device full functionally

  • Splash proof 

  • Economical - cost-effective

  • Disposable

  • Designed for 12-hour shift Medical staff

  • Recyclable & Adjustable sizing