How clean is your ambulance? (infographic)
Check out this free infographic to see how your clean-up process for bloodborne pathogens and other potential hazards measures up
Sponsored by Decon 7 Systems
By EMS1 BrandFocus Staff
A recent survey asked EMS1.com readers to share how they address health threats posed by bodily fluids and other contaminants in the patient care compartment and ambulance cab.
The most common decon methods can leave behind dangerous traces of infectious diseases or drugs like fentanyl, and many said they don’t decontaminate the patient care compartment after every call or transport, leaving opportunity for illness, infection and lost work time.
Check out this free infographic to see how your clean-up process measures up. Discover:
- Top methods for decontaminating the patient care compartment.
- How often EMS providers say they decontaminate the patient care compartment.
- How often EMS providers say they decontaminate the cab/front of the ambulance.
- What pathogens are most frequently encountered on the job.