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Cdiff and is tough to kill… You need the cdiff Disinfecting Service Champions. You need someone you can trust, with the strength and skill to protect your health. At Germ Champs we place hospital-grade protection within reach of business and home owners across Utah and Salt Lake, Utah and Davis Counties.
GERM CHAMPS WILL STOP THE PREVENT THE SPREAD OF CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE OR C. DIFF
As with any infectious disease, frequent hand washing and good hygiene is one of the best ways to prevent the transmission of healthcare associated infections. Hand washing with soap can go a long way to control C. difficile outbreaks. Also the use of alcohol-based hand rubs can be helpful but they are less effective than washing and both approaches will not destroy C. difficile spores.
If you work in a hospital or long-term healthcare facility, you may want include the Germ Champs System in your Infection Control Process. The Germ Champs process with Sanosil is the only EPA product approved process will insure C.Diff is eliminated. For more info please see Pennsylvania Hospital Case study below.
WHAT IS CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICILE OR C. DIFF?
What is Clostridium Difficile?
Clostridium difficile (C. difficile) is a bacterium that causes mild to severe diarrhea and intestinal conditions like pseudomembranous colitis (inflammation of the colon). C. difficile is the most frequent cause of infectious diarrhea in hospitals and long-term care facilities, in industrialized countries around the world.
Most cases of C. difficile occur in patients who are taking certain antibiotics in high doses or over a prolonged period of time. Some antibiotics can destroy a person’s normal bacteria found in the gut, causing C. difficile bacteria to grow. When this occurs, the C. difficile bacteria produce toxins, which can damage the bowel and cause diarrhea. However, some people can have C. difficile bacteria present in their bowel and not show symptoms.
There are many different strains of C. difficile and one strain, North American Pulsed Field type 1, known as NAP1, is likely to cause serious illness