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Idaho medical center adopts Tru-D technology to disinfect rooms

Two weeks ago, Alex Grant at Idaho 6 News reports, North Canyon Medical Center received a new machine that helps keep the facility clean by getting rid of germs. The Total Room Ultraviolet Disinfection System, or Tru-D, is used after a patient leaves the hospital. Cleaning crews go in first, then Tru-D goes in to remove any remaining germs. Public Information Officer for North Canyon, Shellie Amundson said, “We’re really excited to announce, first of all, the installation of this Tru-D robot, but also that we are the first and only facility in the state of Idaho who has…
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