Highlight®: The new standard of infection prevention
deaths during the 2014 Ebola outbreak was a healthcare worker
patients are infected by something they didn't go into the hospital with
of surfaces are properly cleaned in healthcare settings
The result? Over 75,000 deaths and $28 billion dollars lost.
Every single year.
Human error is responsible for most environmental cleaning failures. Disinfectants like bleach are our first line of defense, but they're not so easy to use correctly.
The problem is that disinfectants:
1) Are transparent.
Making it easy to miss spots.
2) Form droplets on waterproof surfaces.
Leaving gaps in coverage.
3) Require a specific contact time to kill.
But it's difficult to enforce compliance with waiting long enough.
Simply choosing a disinfectant isn't enough. Process matters too.
Highlight® is a patent-pending additive for bleach disinfectants designed to improve the fundamental basics of front-line environmental cleaning and eliminate human error.
Colorizes disinfectants blue.
So you never miss a spot.
Modifies liquid properties.
To cover and adhere to any surface.
Fades in color from blue to clear.
To provide real-time feedback when decontamination is done.
Highlight® is currently available for bleach and chlorine sprays and will soon be available for bleach wipes. Other disinfectant chemistries coming soon.
Field-tested in Liberia, Guinea, and Haiti for Ebola and cholera outbreaks to protect healthcare workers and patients. Used by leading HazMat and biosafety organizations for compliance training and routine decontamination. Training on disinfectant coverage and contact time every single time you use the product.
Delight your patients and pass Joint Commission inspections with ease. Highlight® Wipes empowers housekeeping staff and healthcare personnel to be confident in their work to reduce HAIs and antimicrobial resistance. Enforce real-time quality control and real-time compliance every single time you disinfect a surface.
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