Infections caused by microbes like viruses and bacteria have always posed a major threat to healthcare systems. An estimated 99,000 patients die each year from healthcare-associated infections (HAIs)1, and it can cost hospitals anywhere between $28 billion and $45 billion.2

But Synexis can redefine how healthcare systems seek the reduction of microbes both in the air and on surfaces. Our DHP™ (Dry Hydrogen Peroxide) producing biodefense system continuously attacks viruses, bacteria, and odors along each step of the patient’s journey, from hectic ERs to outpatient clinics.

Our impressive DHP technology.

Synexis is the sole developer of the process by which naturally occurring oxygen and humidity are taken from the air to create Dry Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2), otherwise known as DHP.

The creation of this technology makes us pioneers in the area of microbial reduction. That’s right, pioneers. Here’s why.
Continuous Clean
DHP works continuously, (the 24/7/365 kind of continuously) to reduce the levels of microbes in waiting rooms, clinics, or any indoor space patients and healthcare staff go—both in the air and on surfaces.
Naturally Safe
DHP is a form of gas whose molecule, Hydrogen Peroxide, is a natural component of human lungs. DHP occurs at levels well below OSHA’s standard3, and Underwriter Laboratories (UL) has declared our DHP BioDefense system to be non-ozone producing.
Commands the Room
DHP flows wherever air flows, throughout any indoor space—reducing the presence of microbes without anyone having to leave the room, unlike other methods.
Low Maintenance
Just turn it on and go about your day. DHP works behind the scenes with very little upkeep, no operating staff, and no disruption to anyone’s routine.

In the air and on surfaces: Where DHP flows.

Hospitals & ERs
Patient care goes on 24 hours a day. So does Synexis, without ever requiring patients or staff to leave the room for cleaning.
Dental Offices
From swollen, drooling mouths to little kids running around a waiting room, viruses and bacteria are amuck in dental and orthodontic offices. But with DHP continuously flowing, Synexis can help reduce the presence of microbes throughout the office.
Long Term Care & Rehabilitation
Long term care and rehabilitation facilities are often all-encompassing communities, and Synexis can fight against microbes everywhere from the physical therapy room to the bingo hall.
Group Practices & Clinics
Shared, crowded spaces create hotbeds for microbes, especially since deep cleaning is usually done after hours. But this true gas is designed to be safe, fighting pathogens without needing to clear the room of people.
Outpatient Facilities
More and more healthcare practices are shifting to outpatient facilities, and no matter the discipline, Synexis can work safely to reduce microbes both in the air and on surfaces.3

Synexis Data & White Papers

Effectiveness of DHP on Reducing Environmental Microbial Bioburden Risk in a Pediatric Oncology Intensive Care Unit

By analyzing surface samples from rooms in the intensive care unit before and after DHP was deployed, this study demonstrates that the overall mean surface microbial burden was significantly reduced.

Simply put, DHP was proven effective and improved the quality of environmental cleaning. Read more about the results.

DHP Technology for Reduction of Microbial Colonization in the Hospital Setting

In this study, DHP was incorporated into a community hospital’s 34-bed Cardiovascular/Telemetry unit’s existing HVAC system. The study was designed to answer the question: Does DHP reduce microbial contamination in the hospital unit?

The results showed a significant reduction in microbes over seven days. Dig into the details below.

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References: 1. Arnold C. “Rethinking sterile: the hospital microbiome,” Environmental Health Perspectives, 2014. 2. Stone P. W. “Economic burden of healthcare-associated infections: an American perspective,” Expert Rev Pharmacoecon Outcomes Res, 2009. 3. “Hydrogen Peroxide,” Occupational Safety and Health Administration, 2018, www.osha.gov/chemicaldata/chemResult.html?recNo=630