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Zap the way to a cleaner dental surgery

Dental teams can zap their way to a cleaner dental surgery and learn all about infection control with Schülke's new online game!
 
As a leading manufacturer of infection control products for the dental surgery, Schülke aims to raise awareness of surface infection control in a fun and engaging manner.

With the help of the company's mascot for surgery surface disinfection, ‘Mike' Mikrozid, clinicians and dental nurses are invited to try their hand at ridding their surgery of the infective invaders using products from the mikrozid range as their weapons of choice.

Using the arrow keys on the keyboard to move around the virtual surgery and the space bar to kill invading bugs, dental professionals of all ages are sure to enjoy this light hearted and educational game.
 
The mikrozid range from schülke is the UK's number one choice of cleaner and disinfectants for use in the dental surgery, including well known names such as mikrozid AF, mikrozid sensitive and terralin protect.
 
For more information, cal 0114 254 3500 or visit the new dedicated surface disinfection website www.schulke.co.uk/dental-hygiene-products/.
Visit www.comparethemikrozid.com.


Mike is Schülke's number one expert on surface cleaning and disinfecting, and is here to provide you with the best tips on how to conform with current regulations and guidelines. 
 
 It is common knowledge that surfaces are prone to contamination by potentially infectious microorganisms; but by using stringent and systematic decontamination procedures, the risk of infection will be considerably reduced to both staff and patients alike.
 
‘It's easy to make sure that surfaces are cleaned and disinfected after each clinical session,' says Mike, ‘the secret? Zoning.'
 
‘Zoning is the preliminary step to surface disinfection and focuses on clearly defining areas prone to contamination. Below is a zoning protocol which should be carried out at the end of each session.'
 
Clean and disinfect:
 
·     All work surfaces and dental carts
·     Drawer and cupboard handles
·     Chair and light unit
·     Spittoon, filters and aspirator equipment
·     Sinks and taps
·     Computer and keyboard

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 Posted on : Fri 8th - Oct - 2010

 

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