Hospital-acquired, or nosocomial, infections (Figure 1) have proven to be a persistent and sometimes tragic problem. If transmission by direct contact predominates, as many experts suggest, then surface-disinfection technologies should have a major impact in reducing-infection rates. But with more than a third of all nosocomial infections possibly involving airborne transmission at some point, the combination of surface and air disinfection should produce optimum results. This article will ...

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