New devices launched to improve hand-hygiene compliance

May 15, 2014

Two new entires in the hand-hygiene market were designed to make it more convenient for healthcare workers to remain compliant, according to an article on the Becker's Infection Control & Clinical Quality website.

The SwipeSense system combines point-of-care hand-hygiene dispensers with real-time data and can help organizations view individual compliance, compare unit compliance and view historical trends. 

Hansure is a wearable device that includes a sensing technology that notifies workers when they need to sanitize their hands in accordance to World Health Organization guidelines.

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