CS has innovative solutions to reduce the risk of hospital acquired infections.

Hospital infections kill more Americans each year than AIDS, car accidents and breast cancer, well over 100,000*. A further study found that harmful bacteria were transferred to the hands of hospital workers; making clear that the cleaning of cubicle curtains to reduce the risk of infection is essential.

 * McCaughey, B. (2006). Unnecessary Deaths: The Human and Financial Costs of Hospital Infections. Committee to Reduce Infection Deaths. Retrieved from http://emerald.tufts.edu/med/apua/consumers/faqs_2_4154863510.pdf Rutala, B. (2013, March 31).



A study published in Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology found that MRSA, VRE and C-Diff was transferred to the hands of hospital workers*. Doctors and nurses may clean hands or wear protective gloves coming into a patient’s room, but they are recontaminated after opening or closing a privacy curtain. Cleaning curtains frequently helps reduce contamination. No one makes it easier to change curtains than CS.

* Rutala, B. (2013, March 31). Decontamination of hospital privacy curtains. Infection Control Report. Retrieved from http://infectioncontrolreport.blogspot.com/2013/03/decontamination-of-hospital-privacy.html.


Reducing the Risk of Infection is Essential

Hospital room cleanliness is critical in preventing patients from contracting

life-threating infections, yet the changing of cubicle curtains is often



Recommendations for cleaning hospital curtains


the most advanced Protective treatment technology

Combining the high-performance spill and stain resistance of Nanotex® with the non-leaching antimicrobial bioAM®, this unique blended treatment is available upon request for application to any fabric. The special finish is ideal for healthcare privacy curtains where control of microorganisms is important. Nanotex with bioAM is extremely durable and fire resistant, and its application does not change the look or feel of the fabric.

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