Impact of Dry Hydrogen Peroxide on Hospital-Acquired Infection at a Pediatric Oncology Hospital'

Published December 2021 in American Journal of Infection Control.

Treatment with Dry Hydrogen Peroxide Accelerates the Decay of Severe Acute Syndrome Coronavirus-2 on Non-porous Hard Surfaces²

Published July 2021 in American Journal of Infection Control.

An Effective and Automated Approach for Reducing Infection Risk from Contaminated Privacy Curtains³

Published June 2021 in American Journal of Infection Control.

Evaluation of Dry Hydrogen Peroxide in Reducing Microbial Bioburden in a Healthcare Facility⁴

Published March 2021 in American Journal of Infection Control.

Effectiveness of Dry Hydrogen Peroxide on Reducing Environmental Microbial Bioburden Risk in a Pediatric Oncology Intensive Care Unit⁵

E-published August 2020 in American Journal of Infection Control.

Dilute Hydrogen Peroxide Technology for Reduction of Microbial Colonization in the Hospital Setting⁶

Published June 2015 in American Journal of Infection Control.

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A Taxonomy of Air-Cleaning Technologies Featuring Synexis

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Dry Hydrogen Peroxide: A Novel Solution for Providing Cleaner Environments for K-12 Private and Public Schools

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