Every year, the seasonal flu is responsible of 5 million serious cases and kill 290 000 to 650 000 people. If vaccination is the best protection against influenza virus, respecting the protective measures* enable the limitation of the transmission, in particular inside care facilities.
Developed according to the recommendations of the High Council for Public Health, theInfluenza Prevention Trolley (UPG®) is a unique tool equipped with the necessary equipments to foster the gestures and protective measures* in care facilities.
PH² International, expert in hygiene and hospital prevention, is commited to act alongside the care facilities to limit seasonal flu transmission and other existing respiratory infections (brochiolitis, rhinovirus, …).
the Influenza Prevention Trolley (UPG®)
Developed according to the recommendations of the Public Health CounciltheInfluenza Prevention Trolley (UPG®)®) is a unique tool equipped with the necessary equipments to foster the gestures and protective measures* in care facilities.
► Hand hygiene: hand-disinfectant solution holder
► Masks using: masks box holder
► Gestures in case of sneezing: tissues box holder and waste bag holder (30 Liters)
Placed at the entrance of care facilities and care areas (reception, emergency department and consultation, …), this compact and mobile unit is equipped with preventive guidelines about the simple gestures to adopt to limit transmission risks, in order to inform patients and visitors.
*Protective gestures and measures against flu in care facilities
Protective measures represent the whole set of methods to limit contagious agents transmission. It also concerns:
• Hand Hygiene : in care facilities, hand hygiene represents an essential measure to limit infectious agent’s cross-transmission. One of the priorities is the use of hydro alcoholic solutions.
• Mask using : in care facilities, wearing a surgical mask is recommended for the caregivers or the visitors who are in contact with a patient with respiratory infection; for the patient present at the emergency department or at a consultation.
• Gestures in case of cough and sneezes : to cover its mouth with the elbow/arm or a tissue, to blow the nose with a single use tissue to throw immediately in the trash.
> Recommendations from the High Council for Public Health