UV-C Light

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, January 19, 2012 Under: environment
UV-C light makes up part of the ultraviolet light spectrum. The "C" in UV-C (260 nanometers) is the frequency of the light that enables the light to destroy germs or at least 99.9% of them. The light frequency allows itself to alter the genetics of a virus, germ, molds or bacteria and kill it by destroying it's DNA and RNA. In doing so, harmful germs can no longer be spread. UV-C light is considered germicidal by attacking the nucleic acid of the harmful microorganism as it creates a sterile effect; and as such if something cannot reproduce it will them die since it cannot spread.

Question

Do medical practices make use of disinfecting their offices routinely in an effort to kill off germs, viruses ect. to prevent them from harming physicians, their staff and other patients?

Answer

They may justfiy cleanliness by using hand sanitizers and stating that their already very high rent includes a cleaning company that comes around each day; and that they of course sterilize instruments and use disposable gowns, gloves and clean paper-even when no one is looking.

UV-C light is radiation by shortwave ultraviolet light. Low level mercury in lamps is actually responsible for producing the energy that creates the UV-C in electric light. With the use of special glass or low-pressure plasma that permits light rays of over 250 nanometers by wavelength, produces the effect that causes the destruction of harmful microorgamisms that are absorbed by the light.

How can this light be used in a pratical sense in a medical office? Please note: The same staff at the front desk is sometimes often the same people that work in medical background of the office as well. Given this instance and time with the factors that include ensuring proper cleaning of an office ect., there may be situations where a staff person is unable to run around with a wand in one hand along with a messenger bag, winter coat, mail and specimens in the other hand in order to give appropriate time and attention to ridding the office of bacteria, germs, viruses and molds as they prepare to leave for the day.

IDEA:

UV-C Adhesive Strip Light.  These mini disposable strip lights can be used anywhere and for sanitary purposes provide up to 2 months of use.  The UV-C lights are minature in size and have a battery life of up to 2 months (if used without ever turning off). The UV-C adhesive strip light is a minature light designed to be used with a lithium battery. By pressing a tiny button you can turn the light on or off or have it strobe at different speeds. For instance it can stay on entirely or it can strobe for 15,30 seconds or a minute before briefly starting up again.  This type of light is designed to be placed over the exam room counters, and inside the lab or where you do your patients specimen processing and testing.  They can also be placed near exam room tables and inside bathrooms, waiting rooms and at the reception desk areas.  Each day as one prepares the exam rooms for each patient the light can be turned on to clear the room of harmful germs and then turned off again. Since they are disposable you don't have to worry about replacing bulbs or looking for yet another outlet to plug something else into as these lights are able to function to destroy harmful pathogens without the use of plug in electricity. The low level battery indicator will appear when the UV-C adhesive strip light needs to be replaced. Once the light is finished, just remove the UV-C adhesive strip light and replace it with a new one.  The UV-C adhesive strip lights, also comes in a smaller size so they can be placed inside the top of sharps containers or waste boxes to destroy pathogens or contaminants that are airborne.

Incidents of Pneumonia, Influenza, tuberculosis and hepatitis can be prevented with the use of the UV-C strip light. Now you no longer have to worry about running from room to room or finding a place to store another product in. Time is money, and you can only do so much with what you have... Allow those viruses, germs, OSHA to see the light with the UV-C adhesive  strip lights!



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UV-C Light

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, January 19, 2012 Under: environment
UV-C light makes up part of the ultraviolet light spectrum. The "C" in UV-C (260 nanometers) is the frequency of the light that enables the light to destroy germs or at least 99.9% of them. The light frequency allows itself to alter the genetics of a virus, germ, molds or bacteria and kill it by destroying it's DNA and RNA. In doing so, harmful germs can no longer be spread. UV-C light is considered germicidal by attacking the nucleic acid of the harmful microorganism as it creates a sterile effect; and as such if something cannot reproduce it will them die since it cannot spread.

Question

Do medical practices make use of disinfecting their offices routinely in an effort to kill off germs, viruses ect. to prevent them from harming physicians, their staff and other patients?

Answer

They may justfiy cleanliness by using hand sanitizers and stating that their already very high rent includes a cleaning company that comes around each day; and that they of course sterilize instruments and use disposable gowns, gloves and clean paper-even when no one is looking.

UV-C light is radiation by shortwave ultraviolet light. Low level mercury in lamps is actually responsible for producing the energy that creates the UV-C in electric light. With the use of special glass or low-pressure plasma that permits light rays of over 250 nanometers by wavelength, produces the effect that causes the destruction of harmful microorgamisms that are absorbed by the light.

How can this light be used in a pratical sense in a medical office? Please note: The same staff at the front desk is sometimes often the same people that work in medical background of the office as well. Given this instance and time with the factors that include ensuring proper cleaning of an office ect., there may be situations where a staff person is unable to run around with a wand in one hand along with a messenger bag, winter coat, mail and specimens in the other hand in order to give appropriate time and attention to ridding the office of bacteria, germs, viruses and molds as they prepare to leave for the day.

IDEA:

UV-C Adhesive Strip Light.  These mini disposable strip lights can be used anywhere and for sanitary purposes provide up to 2 months of use.  The UV-C lights are minature in size and have a battery life of up to 2 months (if used without ever turning off). The UV-C adhesive strip light is a minature light designed to be used with a lithium battery. By pressing a tiny button you can turn the light on or off or have it strobe at different speeds. For instance it can stay on entirely or it can strobe for 15,30 seconds or a minute before briefly starting up again.  This type of light is designed to be placed over the exam room counters, and inside the lab or where you do your patients specimen processing and testing.  They can also be placed near exam room tables and inside bathrooms, waiting rooms and at the reception desk areas.  Each day as one prepares the exam rooms for each patient the light can be turned on to clear the room of harmful germs and then turned off again. Since they are disposable you don't have to worry about replacing bulbs or looking for yet another outlet to plug something else into as these lights are able to function to destroy harmful pathogens without the use of plug in electricity. The low level battery indicator will appear when the UV-C adhesive strip light needs to be replaced. Once the light is finished, just remove the UV-C adhesive strip light and replace it with a new one.  The UV-C adhesive strip lights, also comes in a smaller size so they can be placed inside the top of sharps containers or waste boxes to destroy pathogens or contaminants that are airborne.

Incidents of Pneumonia, Influenza, tuberculosis and hepatitis can be prevented with the use of the UV-C strip light. Now you no longer have to worry about running from room to room or finding a place to store another product in. Time is money, and you can only do so much with what you have... Allow those viruses, germs, OSHA to see the light with the UV-C adhesive  strip lights!



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UV-C Light

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, January 19, 2012 Under: environment
UV-C light makes up part of the ultraviolet light spectrum. The "C" in UV-C (260 nanometers) is the frequency of the light that enables the light to destroy germs or at least 99.9% of them. The light frequency allows itself to alter the genetics of a virus, germ, molds or bacteria and kill it by destroying it's DNA and RNA. In doing so, harmful germs can no longer be spread. UV-C light is considered germicidal by attacking the nucleic acid of the harmful microorganism as it creates a sterile effect; and as such if something cannot reproduce it will them die since it cannot spread.

Question

Do medical practices make use of disinfecting their offices routinely in an effort to kill off germs, viruses ect. to prevent them from harming physicians, their staff and other patients?

Answer

They may justfiy cleanliness by using hand sanitizers and stating that their already very high rent includes a cleaning company that comes around each day; and that they of course sterilize instruments and use disposable gowns, gloves and clean paper-even when no one is looking.

UV-C light is radiation by shortwave ultraviolet light. Low level mercury in lamps is actually responsible for producing the energy that creates the UV-C in electric light. With the use of special glass or low-pressure plasma that permits light rays of over 250 nanometers by wavelength, produces the effect that causes the destruction of harmful microorgamisms that are absorbed by the light.

How can this light be used in a pratical sense in a medical office? Please note: The same staff at the front desk is sometimes often the same people that work in medical background of the office as well. Given this instance and time with the factors that include ensuring proper cleaning of an office ect., there may be situations where a staff person is unable to run around with a wand in one hand along with a messenger bag, winter coat, mail and specimens in the other hand in order to give appropriate time and attention to ridding the office of bacteria, germs, viruses and molds as they prepare to leave for the day.

IDEA:

UV-C Adhesive Strip Light.  These mini disposable strip lights can be used anywhere and for sanitary purposes provide up to 2 months of use.  The UV-C lights are minature in size and have a battery life of up to 2 months (if used without ever turning off). The UV-C adhesive strip light is a minature light designed to be used with a lithium battery. By pressing a tiny button you can turn the light on or off or have it strobe at different speeds. For instance it can stay on entirely or it can strobe for 15,30 seconds or a minute before briefly starting up again.  This type of light is designed to be placed over the exam room counters, and inside the lab or where you do your patients specimen processing and testing.  They can also be placed near exam room tables and inside bathrooms, waiting rooms and at the reception desk areas.  Each day as one prepares the exam rooms for each patient the light can be turned on to clear the room of harmful germs and then turned off again. Since they are disposable you don't have to worry about replacing bulbs or looking for yet another outlet to plug something else into as these lights are able to function to destroy harmful pathogens without the use of plug in electricity. The low level battery indicator will appear when the UV-C adhesive strip light needs to be replaced. Once the light is finished, just remove the UV-C adhesive strip light and replace it with a new one.  The UV-C adhesive strip lights, also comes in a smaller size so they can be placed inside the top of sharps containers or waste boxes to destroy pathogens or contaminants that are airborne.

Incidents of Pneumonia, Influenza, tuberculosis and hepatitis can be prevented with the use of the UV-C strip light. Now you no longer have to worry about running from room to room or finding a place to store another product in. Time is money, and you can only do so much with what you have... Allow those viruses, germs, OSHA to see the light with the UV-C adhesive  strip lights!



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UV-C Light

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, January 19, 2012 Under: environment
UV-C light makes up part of the ultraviolet light spectrum. The "C" in UV-C (260 nanometers) is the frequency of the light that enables the light to destroy germs or at least 99.9% of them. The light frequency allows itself to alter the genetics of a virus, germ, molds or bacteria and kill it by destroying it's DNA and RNA. In doing so, harmful germs can no longer be spread. UV-C light is considered germicidal by attacking the nucleic acid of the harmful microorganism as it creates a sterile effect; and as such if something cannot reproduce it will them die since it cannot spread.

Question

Do medical practices make use of disinfecting their offices routinely in an effort to kill off germs, viruses ect. to prevent them from harming physicians, their staff and other patients?

Answer

They may justfiy cleanliness by using hand sanitizers and stating that their already very high rent includes a cleaning company that comes around each day; and that they of course sterilize instruments and use disposable gowns, gloves and clean paper-even when no one is looking.

UV-C light is radiation by shortwave ultraviolet light. Low level mercury in lamps is actually responsible for producing the energy that creates the UV-C in electric light. With the use of special glass or low-pressure plasma that permits light rays of over 250 nanometers by wavelength, produces the effect that causes the destruction of harmful microorgamisms that are absorbed by the light.

How can this light be used in a pratical sense in a medical office? Please note: The same staff at the front desk is sometimes often the same people that work in medical background of the office as well. Given this instance and time with the factors that include ensuring proper cleaning of an office ect., there may be situations where a staff person is unable to run around with a wand in one hand along with a messenger bag, winter coat, mail and specimens in the other hand in order to give appropriate time and attention to ridding the office of bacteria, germs, viruses and molds as they prepare to leave for the day.

IDEA:

UV-C Adhesive Strip Light.  These mini disposable strip lights can be used anywhere and for sanitary purposes provide up to 2 months of use.  The UV-C lights are minature in size and have a battery life of up to 2 months (if used without ever turning off). The UV-C adhesive strip light is a minature light designed to be used with a lithium battery. By pressing a tiny button you can turn the light on or off or have it strobe at different speeds. For instance it can stay on entirely or it can strobe for 15,30 seconds or a minute before briefly starting up again.  This type of light is designed to be placed over the exam room counters, and inside the lab or where you do your patients specimen processing and testing.  They can also be placed near exam room tables and inside bathrooms, waiting rooms and at the reception desk areas.  Each day as one prepares the exam rooms for each patient the light can be turned on to clear the room of harmful germs and then turned off again. Since they are disposable you don't have to worry about replacing bulbs or looking for yet another outlet to plug something else into as these lights are able to function to destroy harmful pathogens without the use of plug in electricity. The low level battery indicator will appear when the UV-C adhesive strip light needs to be replaced. Once the light is finished, just remove the UV-C adhesive strip light and replace it with a new one.  The UV-C adhesive strip lights, also comes in a smaller size so they can be placed inside the top of sharps containers or waste boxes to destroy pathogens or contaminants that are airborne.

Incidents of Pneumonia, Influenza, tuberculosis and hepatitis can be prevented with the use of the UV-C strip light. Now you no longer have to worry about running from room to room or finding a place to store another product in. Time is money, and you can only do so much with what you have... Allow those viruses, germs, OSHA to see the light with the UV-C adhesive  strip lights!



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UV-C Light

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, January 19, 2012 Under: environment
UV-C light makes up part of the ultraviolet light spectrum. The "C" in UV-C (260 nanometers) is the frequency of the light that enables the light to destroy germs or at least 99.9% of them. The light frequency allows itself to alter the genetics of a virus, germ, molds or bacteria and kill it by destroying it's DNA and RNA. In doing so, harmful germs can no longer be spread. UV-C light is considered germicidal by attacking the nucleic acid of the harmful microorganism as it creates a sterile effect; and as such if something cannot reproduce it will them die since it cannot spread.

Question

Do medical practices make use of disinfecting their offices routinely in an effort to kill off germs, viruses ect. to prevent them from harming physicians, their staff and other patients?

Answer

They may justfiy cleanliness by using hand sanitizers and stating that their already very high rent includes a cleaning company that comes around each day; and that they of course sterilize instruments and use disposable gowns, gloves and clean paper-even when no one is looking.

UV-C light is radiation by shortwave ultraviolet light. Low level mercury in lamps is actually responsible for producing the energy that creates the UV-C in electric light. With the use of special glass or low-pressure plasma that permits light rays of over 250 nanometers by wavelength, produces the effect that causes the destruction of harmful microorgamisms that are absorbed by the light.

How can this light be used in a pratical sense in a medical office? Please note: The same staff at the front desk is sometimes often the same people that work in medical background of the office as well. Given this instance and time with the factors that include ensuring proper cleaning of an office ect., there may be situations where a staff person is unable to run around with a wand in one hand along with a messenger bag, winter coat, mail and specimens in the other hand in order to give appropriate time and attention to ridding the office of bacteria, germs, viruses and molds as they prepare to leave for the day.

IDEA:

UV-C Adhesive Strip Light.  These mini disposable strip lights can be used anywhere and for sanitary purposes provide up to 2 months of use.  The UV-C lights are minature in size and have a battery life of up to 2 months (if used without ever turning off). The UV-C adhesive strip light is a minature light designed to be used with a lithium battery. By pressing a tiny button you can turn the light on or off or have it strobe at different speeds. For instance it can stay on entirely or it can strobe for 15,30 seconds or a minute before briefly starting up again.  This type of light is designed to be placed over the exam room counters, and inside the lab or where you do your patients specimen processing and testing.  They can also be placed near exam room tables and inside bathrooms, waiting rooms and at the reception desk areas.  Each day as one prepares the exam rooms for each patient the light can be turned on to clear the room of harmful germs and then turned off again. Since they are disposable you don't have to worry about replacing bulbs or looking for yet another outlet to plug something else into as these lights are able to function to destroy harmful pathogens without the use of plug in electricity. The low level battery indicator will appear when the UV-C adhesive strip light needs to be replaced. Once the light is finished, just remove the UV-C adhesive strip light and replace it with a new one.  The UV-C adhesive strip lights, also comes in a smaller size so they can be placed inside the top of sharps containers or waste boxes to destroy pathogens or contaminants that are airborne.

Incidents of Pneumonia, Influenza, tuberculosis and hepatitis can be prevented with the use of the UV-C strip light. Now you no longer have to worry about running from room to room or finding a place to store another product in. Time is money, and you can only do so much with what you have... Allow those viruses, germs, OSHA to see the light with the UV-C adhesive  strip lights!



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