Arab Health 2020 - Limiting the risk of cross-contamination - Cullen

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Arab Health 2020

Cullen attended the Arab Health exhibition at the World Trade Centre in Dubai.

Held on the 27th-30th January 2020, Cullen were on-hand throughout the event to discuss our range of medical consumables, made from moulded pulp.

A major challenge facing the medical industry is the risk of cross-contamination in patient care. The management of human waste can quickly turn into a high-risk of cross-infection to patients and staff. Medical moulded pulp can reduce this risk by eliminating the need to re-use waste-touching materials in patient care wards.

Washing and re-using waste-touching materials costs medical facilities time and money. If the materials are not washed perfectly, the risk of cross-contamination remains. When single-use moulded pulp urinals, bowls and dishes are safely disposed of in a macerator after use, the risk of cross-contamination goes with them.

To book a meeting with Cullen at the next Arab Health exhibition and discuss the use of moulded pulp in your facility, contact us now.

If missed this event, you can still download our medical brochure to see our complete range.