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Would the Nanoparticles help to Prevent the Healthcare-associated Infections?

HAIIssues

Image obtained from “HAI Watch: Not on My Watch” web site

Recently it began to be some concern about the Healthcare-associated infections (HAI), as evidenced by initiatives such as the prevention campaign Kimberly-Clark Health Care, called HAI Wactch: Not on My Watch.

Perhaps similar technologies to the one used in the anti-swine flue costumes design by Haruyama Trading Company which is based on titanium dioxide nanoparticles may facilitate prevention.

If these new nanomaterials demonstrate its effectiveness we could find ourselves in a new era in the field of disease prevention. But until then it is more prudent to follow the recommendations of the HAI Campaign Watch: Not on My Watch.

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November 3, 2009 - Posted by | Nanomedicine, Nanotextile |

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