coronavirus fogging Studies have shown the application of disinfectants and biocides via aerosol or fogging machine, significantly reducing the number of pathogens
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when compared to manual surface cleaning during the pandemic
Physical symptoms of being ill can often lead to increased distribution of pathogens, with a highly contagious coronavirus, speed is of the essence.
Rapid ULV Coronavirus fogging disinfection can quickly break the chain of coronavirus and combat infection outbreak landing on surfaces and hard to reach places which can lead to further spreading of viruses and bacteria.
The airborne disinfectant micro-droplets are attracted to land underneath, on top of and on the sides of surfaces in the same way that pathogenic microbes do.
By Using a ULV fogging machine, in addition to manual cleaning, disinfectant is more comprehensively delivered across a range of surfaces and materials including textiles, thus ensuring a higher efficacy of disinfection.
why fogging disinfection allows us to sanitise large areas in short periods of time helping to achieve minimal downtime to your business. Ideal for outbreak control measures we can offer our fogging service as a routine, regular service.
For total peace of mind, why Coronavirus fogging Cleaning solution is a great addition to our other services:
An outbreak of an infectious virus can occur anywhere from schools and hospitals to work places and cruise ships as they can survive several days on surfaces or objects touched by an infected person.
Whilst manual cleaning is best practice to treat surface bacteria, why fogging is an ideal solution both for combating airborne pathogens, as well as disinfecting large areas that require rapid re-entry of treated areas and minimum disruption.
What product do we use for our Coronavirus fogging service?
Natural Antiseptic & Antibacterial Solutions
Biosan® is a 100% natural advanced antiseptic and disinfectant that kills 99.999 % of bacteria. Biosan® replicates natural biocides created by our own immune system in order to eradicate invasive organisms and fight infection.
Biosan® is a natural solution for equipment cleaning and disinfection in the health care & private dentistry sector. It is also an effective biofilm treatment.
In recent tests Biosan ® was used as a biofilm reduction agent with considerable success. Testing was conducted at a major private hospital proving that sinks, baths and shower drain systems containing a ‘P’ trap or U-bend which are notorious and problematic areas for the accumulation of bacteria can be treated effectively thereby reducing risks of infection and cross contamination.
Biosan® is also effective when used in a fogging Cleaning system allowing for the sterilisation of operating theatres, single and multiple occupation areas without the need to remove patients from the area to be disinfected, an asset for administrators that are constantly battling time constraints and patient management.
Each stage of production is rigorously monitored for both HOCL and water quality ensuring that the product can perform to the highest expectations in all sectors. Biosan® has been rigorously tested in hospital microbiology departments worldwide, independent UK laboratories and complies with all necessary certification for both human and animal use.
The aim at the outset was to provide a safe, effective and above all a natural product that protected but did no harm. Biosan® is the result of that aim. All staff have the same mindset and concerns about how chemicals can cause adverse reactions when used. A natural product such as Biosan® gets the thumbs up every time.
coronavirus fogging during this pandemic?
A pandemic is defined as “an epidemic occurring worldwide, or over a very wide area.
crossing international boundaries and usually affecting a large number of people. The classical definition includes nothing about population immunity, virology or disease severity.
By this definition, coronavirus fogging pandemic examples can occur annually in each of the southern and northern hemispheres, given that seasonal epidemics cross international boundaries and affect a large number of people.
However, seasonal epidemics are not considered pandemics.
Sorry for going off an a tangent there but it is important that we understand the difference and the calculation to define a pandemic
A true pandemic occurs when almost simultaneous transmission takes place worldwide. In the case of pandemic influenza widespread transmission was documented in both hemispheres between April and September 2009.
Transmission occurred early in the influenza season in the southern hemisphere but out of season in the northern hemisphere. This out-of-season transmission is what characterizes an influenza pandemic, as distinct from a pandemic due to another type of virus.
Simultaneous worldwide transmission of influenza is sufficient to define an influenza pandemic and is consistent with the classical definition of “an epidemic occurring worldwide.
There is then ample opportunity to further describe the potential range of pandemics in terms of transmissibility and disease severity.
The emerging evidence is that transmissibility, as estimated by the effective reproduction number (R, or average number of people infected by a single infectious person) ranged from 1.2 to 1.3 for the general population but was around 1.5 in adults.
Severity, as estimated by the case fatality ratio, probably ranged from 0.01 to 0.03%. These values are very similar to those normally seen in the case of seasonal influenza. However, the number of deaths was higher in younger people, a recognized feature of previous influenza pandemics.
It is tempting to surmise that the complicated pandemic definitions used by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention of the United States of America involved severity in a deliberate attempt to garner political attention and financial support for preparedness.
In 2009 WHO declared a pandemic several weeks after the criteria for the definition of a classical pandemic had been met. Part of the delay was no doubt related to the nexus between the formal declaration of a pandemic and the manufacture of a pandemic-specific vaccine.
If a classical pandemic definition had been used, linking the declaration to vaccine production would have been unnecessary. This could have been done with a severity index and, depending on the availability of coronavirus fogging and quality of the emerging evidence on the severity, a pandemic specific vaccine may have been deemed unnecessary.
Alternatively, authorities may have decided to order vaccines in much smaller quantities. Consider coronavirus fogging
The response has been justified as being precautionary, but a precautionary response should be rational and proportionate and should have reasonable chances of success. We have argued that the population-based public health responses in Australia and, by implication, elsewhere, were not likely to succeed.
Coronavirus fogging Similarly, the authors of the draft report on the response to the International health Regulations during the 2009 pandemic note that what happened during the pandemic reflected the activity of the virus and, by implication, not the interventions.