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Clean indoor air should be an essential component of infection control protocols at hospitals and health care facilities. Simply put: washing hands and disinfecting surfaces is not enough to protect your patients and staff against airborne pathogens, especially those that are the smallest and deadliest.

SecureAire is the only air purification system proven to reduce infections in a real-world setting. At a hospital in Queens, NY, our technology reduced hospital-acquired infections (HAIs) by 45%. In fact, SecureAire has been proven to kill or inactive up to 99.9% of bacteria and viruses in the air – keeping your patients and staff healthy.

Thanks to savings due to less infections, our system is proven to pay for itself within 18 months or less!

St. Mary’s Children’s Hospital

A scientific study published in The Journal of Hospital Infection finds cutting-edge air purification technology installed at St. Mary’s Hospital for Children reduced healthcare-associated infections (HAIs), including COVID, by 45%. The study, which took place over a three-year period and was already underway when the COVID-19 pandemic hit, is thought to be the first of its kind, examining the impact of advanced air purification technology in a real-world hospital setting.

Lake Tahoe Surgery Center

Surgery Centers have become an increasingly more important part of our overall Healthcare System. In becoming an integral part, many of these centers have implemented additional measures to reduce the number of Nosocomial Infections in their facilities’ as any such infections can be costly and potentially dangerous to patients. One of the measures employed by the Center was the installation of SecureAire’s Electronic Air Purification PACT System.

Northern California Wildfires in 2020

Northern California Wildfire smoke mitigation during the summer of 2020 was a challenge, to say the least. The Sacramento Valley suffered from the “Worst Air Quality in The World,” precipitated by multiple wildfires burning in Northern California counties for several weeks.

Numerous medical facilities in the Sacramento and San Francisco areas were closed due to smoke and odor inside their facilities. However, one of the largest medical centers in the Sacramento area was able to remain fully operational during the wildfire season, maintaining the health and safety of its patients and staff without interruption. They had installed SecureAire’s ACTIVE Particle Control™ Technology systems that provided smoke-free indoor air.

Do you know how much hospital acquired infections (HAIs) cost?

Each year, one in 25 hospital patients is diagnosed with an HAI, costing hospitals between $28 billion and $45 billion each year.

HAI Costs (in billions)

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