Top Infection Control Innovations of the Year.  Bed Techs Antimicrobial Beds.  The hospital bed surfaces kill bacteria that cause hospital infections.

Healthcare Design Showcase:
  Bed Techs Self-Disinfecting Acute-care hospital beds. 

How Does Copper Interact with Staph aureus?
Jeff Boyd, PhD, assistant professor of Biochemistry and Microbiology at Rutgers School of Environmental and Biological Sciences

Copper is the New Gold Standard For Saving Lives.  Forbes.   Robert J. Szczerba

Rapid MRSA Kill by Copper
 Southampton University demonstrates copper's rapid antimicrobial efficacy against MRSA. 8 mins..  Dr. William Keevil

Copper-Lined Surfaces Hope To Stem Infections Spread. American Council on Science and Health

Metal Versus Bacteria. Hank Green.  SciShow


Copper could make hospital rooms cleaner, SC researcher finds, yet change is slowBy Mary Katherine Wildeman  Jul 13, 2019

On average, hospitalized older patients spend just 43 minutes a day standing or walking.   The Under-recognized Epidemic of Low Mobility During Hospitalization of Older Adults.   Cynthia J. Brown MD, MSPH 
 Paging Doctor Copper: Metal Wins Fans in Health Care.  Copper is used in everything from automobiles to air conditioners, but it has one property that makes it especially attractive for medical uses: It kills bacteria WSJ  By Stephanie Yang   July 25, 2016

Antimicrobial Copper Surfaces for the Reduction of HAIs in Intensive Care Settings.  Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health.  

Hospital's use of copper surfaces helped it reduce health care-associated infections

The bacteria-fighting super element that’s making a comeback in hospitals: copper
The Washington Post.  By Lena H. SunSeptember 20, 2015

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