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Patient Safety Starts on the Floor

Hospital floors represent a potential risk of pathogen dissemination that has been underestimated for far too long.

Despite well-meaning protocols, patient room floors are frequently contaminated with bacteria, which can be transmitted to high-touch objects, surfaces, and workers’ own hands. Studies show repeated use and inadequate laundering of microfiber mops and rags leaves dirt and residue in the cloths that can neutralize disinfectants.

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