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March 1, 2011
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MDS 3.0 Online Training

McKesson Medical-Surgical offers MDS Pro23, an interactive online program that helps staff master MDS 3.0 anytime and anywhere. Access step-by-step coding instructions, real-life case studies, quizzes, and more.

For more information and to sign up, call (800) 745-0502 or visit www.mckesson.com/ltcsolutions.

All-Natural Bed Bug Spray

Bug-E Spray is an all-natural, green, nonpesticide bed bug killing formula that also is used to prevent infestations. Ready to use, Bug-E Spray can be applied to all washable surfaces. Used in hospitals and by caregivers, Bug-E Spray is available in 32- and 22-oz sprayers. Bug-E Spray is also available in 2-oz travel-sized bottles.

For more information, call (877) 703-3332 or visit www.killsbedbugsfast.com.

Touchless Soap Dispenser

The enMotion® Automated Touchless Soap Dispenser by Georgia-Pacific Professional, provides fast-response, no-touch dispensing to help improve hygiene and reduce cross-contamination. The high-capacity system features adjustable portion control settings of 0.4 mL and 0.7 mL and holds 1,200 mL of soap for up to 3,000 hand washes or 1,000 mL of sanitizer for up to 2,500 uses, providing cost savings through prolonged product life and reduced maintenance visits.

For more information, call (866) HELLOGP or visit www.gppro.com.

Hand Hygiene

HyGreen, from Xhale Innovations, is a hand hygiene reminding and recording system designed to help healthcare facilities keep infection rates down, enhancing patient safety. After cleaning their hands with alcohol containing soap or gel, a staff member places them under a HyGreen sensor that sniffs for alcohol and sends a wireless “all clean” message to a badge worn by the staff member. A wireless monitor mounted above the patient's bed searches for the message-if it's absent, the badge vibrates, reminding the healthcare worker to wash.

For more information, call (877) 574-9473 or visit www.gohygreen.com.

Long-Term Living 2011 March;60(3):12

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