Research: evidence for validated disinfection
Based on this research and the literature already available, the application of UV-C disinfection with UV Smart equipment can be confidently called ‘evidence based’.
This is an overview of completed research with UV Smart equipment; more publications are expected soon.
|D25||Laboratoria test against micro-organisms on medical devices||M. Euser, PhD., Streeklab Haarlem
|A treatment of only 25 seconds reduced a consistent log-5 reduction|
|D25||Clinical test with 400 samples of different sorts of medical devices in use at several departments||Dr. Hopman & S. Cremers. RadboudUMC,
100% score on bacterial reduction to 0.
|D25||Similar research to safely and consistent disinfection of mobile calling systems||M. Lokate, UMCG Groningen. 2019||UV application exceeded current, manual methods in effectiveness and convenience.|
|D25||UV-C disinfection of ENT-endoscopes in practice||S.Aa. Rudhart et al, 2020||Endoscopes can be quickly and effectively disinfected to a log 5 level in the clinical ENT setting|
|D60||Validation research to efficiency||M. Euser, PhD., Streeklab Haarlem, December 2019||Disinfection-result ≥ Log-6-reduction on bacteria, fungi, yeast, spores, mycobacteria and tuberculosis.|
|Nood-versie||Methods for disinfection of mouth masks for threatening shortages during a pandemic.||J. Kalpoe & J. Sinnige, Streeklab Haarlem, 2020||UV is effective against bacteria, fungi, yeast, spores, and mycobacteria en useful alternative disinfection methods for FFP2 and FFP1 masks.
|Nood-versie||Filtration research mouth masks after 8 cycles of UV disinfection||TU Delft / Reinier de Graaf hospital, 2020||UV-disinfection shows that the filtration capacity of FFP-2 masks stays unaffected|