While hospitals are a place of wellness and recovery, they are also home to much disease. Anywhere where ill people congregate, like medical offices, urgent care centers, healthcare facilities, nursing homes, long-term care facilities, and hospitals, are at risk for a hospital-acquired infection (HAI). Also known as a nosocomial infection or health care–associated infections (HCAI) HAIs, include, but are not limited to: MRSA, Influenza A, C-DIFF, and E. Coli, all of which pose a major health risk. Whether your medical facility has been exposed to an HAI or you’ve had exposure in your home, proper disinfection and infection control are essential to preventing the further spread of these sometimes fatal diseases. In fact, the the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) estimates roughly 1.7 million hospital-associated infections are acquired and they cause or contribute to over 99,000 deaths each year.
AAA Scene Cleaners has been serving Dallas/Fort Worth for over 14 years and possess the training, equipment and staff to provide effective disinfection of all types of HAIs. If your home or business has been exposed to a harmful bacteria or virus, don’t attempt to address the problem yourself. While store-bought cleaning products may leave the area looking and smelling clean, proper infection control requires an experienced professional. Invisible pathogens can spread quickly, and need to be managed with the right equipment, professional disinfecting agents and processes. This includes taking precautions to prevent cross-contamination to other areas of your home or building.
Before you or your loved one return home from the hospital, make sure your home environment is free from the contaminants that made them ill in the first place. By choosing AAA Scene Cleaners to perform your home disinfection services, you can rest assured the home is ready for your loved one and is not an additional risk based on their depressed immune system or viral & bacterial exposures.
At AAA Scene Cleaners, we are experienced in removing MRSA, Influenza A, C-DIFF, E. Coli, and other health care-associated infections from the home. We utilize a 3 to 4 step process to decontaminate and disinfect, and our services and techniques are proven to return contaminated areas back to safe spaces for both people and pets.
Contact us at (817) 773-3330 to learn more. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- There are typically 600,000 bacteria per square inch in the kitchen sink alone.
- Dish clothes contain about 10 million bacteria per square inch, on average.
- Human skin sheds about 1 million cells per day, making house dust about 90% about 90% dead skin cells.