Wise up to winter – keeping patients safe

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  Posted by: Dental Design      29th November 2023

As we enter the season of coughs and sneezes, it’s even more important to keep the dental surgery as hygienic as possible. Providing hand sanitisers for use by both patients and staff can help to prevent the spread of pathogens.[1]

UltraProtect™ is an alcohol-free hand sanitiser from Initial Medical. Available in both a foam and gel format, it is powerful (killing 99.99% of pathogens including MRSA, Influenza and Norovirus) and long lasting, providing eight hours of protection. It is also dermatologically approved to not dry out or crack the skin.

UltraProtect™ is effective against Coronavirus*

To help keep your patients and staff safer this winter, stock up on UltraProtect™ today!

*Independent tests show that UltraProtect™ destroys 99.99% of feline Coronavirus (feline Coronavirus, is a surrogate virus for Coronavirus).

To find out more, get in touch at 0808 304 7411 or visit the website today www.initial.co.uk/medical.

About Initial Medical

Initial Medical set the standard in healthcare and infectious waste management in the UK, providing a reliable, effective and fully compliant service built around customer needs and delivered by our highly trained local teams.  We are ISO 9001:2015 accredited, with technology fully integrated into our operations, providing full traceability of service delivery, electronic waste documentation and the best customer experience possible. We also offer innovative healthcare waste management services and infection control products, to help break the chain of transmission and prevent cross contamination.  

Initial Medical are a company with a ‘World Class’ Health and Safety record, and ISO 45001:2018 accreditation. We are also accredited to ISO 14001:2015 environmental standards, and pride ourselves on our sustainable approach with a focus on delivering eco-friendly products and operational solutions.
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[1] Bloomfield SF, Aiello AE, Cookson B, O’Boyle C, Larson EL. The effectiveness of hand hygiene procedures in reducing the risks of infections in home and community settings including handwashing and alcohol-based hand sanitizers. Am J Infect Control. 2007 Dec;35(10):S27–64. doi: 10.1016/j.ajic.2007.07.001. Epub 2007 Dec 10. PMCID: PMC7115270. [Accessed August 2023]


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