Facility hygiene requires that infection is not be picked up from a
fomite and transferred elsewhere. As "paperless" healthcare
becomes more pervasive , healthcare workers will have more contact
keyboards and pointing devices (mice) : the data entry
becomes a "dirty" source of contamination.
We are developing products which periodically apply electrified
droplets containing antibacterial and antiviral ingredients onto
keyboards and mice. Our goal is to develop such applicators which
effective , reliable , inobtrusive and low in cost.
Electrified aerosols are much more effective than simple pneumatic
aerosols in that they better deposit the active antibacterial and
antiviral ingredients into the equipment "nooks and
crannies" The nearly invisible electrified mist coats the
surfaces using a minimal amount of active material with little
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