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UVC disinfection technology shown to inactivate Candida auris and Candida albicans

The Tru-D® UVC disinfection device has been shown to be effective against Candida auris and Candida albicans in both direct and indirect line of sight, according to a new study, “Inactivation of Candida auris and Candida albicans by ultraviolet-C,” in Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology (ICHE). The study was conducted at the University of North Carolina Hospital, an acute-care tertiary hospital in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Tru-D DeviceThe Tru-D device is the only portable UVC system on the market with patented Sensor360® technology, which calculates the precise dose of UVC energy needed to inactivate viruses and pathogens in a room while compensating for room variables such as size, shape, surface reflectivity and…
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