Equipment Disinfection & Hand-Hygiene Automated to a Simple 30 Second Process

Sanford Green

President, TMG Health Technologies

AIO Rapid Sanitation Station

Healthcare workers use many high-touch items in the process of caring for their patients. Keeping those items consistently disinfected is a challenging process that is further complicated by irregular shapes and cleansing limitations, making manual decontamination difficult and questionably effective. Using cleaning products on mobile devices (phones, tablets, laptops) and other medical technology has also been proven to damage the devices, impact accuracy, and take 3-5 minutes to be effective.

NOW, for the first time, equipment disinfection and hand hygiene can be automated to a simple, 30 second process.
The RDS-32a, Rapid UVC Decontamination Cabinet System from TMG Health provides a one-touch disinfection solution that is independently certified up to a 6 Log₁₀ ¹ efficacy in only 30 seconds.

Over the past 10 years, there have been numerous studies that have determined handheld electronic devices such as tablets, communication devices and portable diagnostic equipment and high-touch, noncritical equipment such as glucometers, pulse oximeters, stethoscopes, computer keyboards etc. are carriers of potentially dangerous bacteria. In a recent Healthcare Infection Society Study [2021] ², as much as 96% of handheld electronic devices were not regularly cleaned or disinfected of pathogenic microorganisms. This leaves healthcare workers and their patients extremely vulnerable.

Disinfection Protocols
It requires more than sanitized phones and communication devices to prevent the spread of infections. The number of handheld electronics and shared patient tools is now averaging ten [10] devices per bed. In a time of staff shortages, increased duties and continued COVID admissions; there is a definite need to simplify and
automate disinfection practices.

All In One Hand-Hygiene and Equipment Disinfection Station
The RDS-32a Rapid Disinfection System complimented by the “SS” Sanitation Accessory Module, creates an All-In-One “AIO” Hand-Hygiene and Equipment Disinfection Station. The “AIO-SS” can be accessorized with any combination of your stocked supply of Gloves, Masks, and Disinfection Wipes and fits all make and model Hand Sanitation Dispensers.

30 Second Disinfection For Thousands Of Devices
The combination of disinfection modalities is the answer to a fast, efficient standardized 30 second protocol, proven to increase hand hygiene compliance and the disinfection of all shared handheld electronics in health care. The “RDS” can accommodate 1000s of devices both wired and wireless, operate as a desktop unit or deployed as a mobile unit for shared use. Battery operation provides power backup and facilitates remote deployments. Patented M²D Technology Inside ™ guarantees high-level disinfection on every cycle, relieving you of the burden of proof.

If you are interested in learning more about the RDS-32a or RDS-32a-SS systems, visit or contact TMG Health Technologies at 1 888 443 1528.

TMG Health Technologies is a biosafety company dedicated to the art and science of infection prevention, providing fast, convenient decontamination solutions that lead to improved patient outcomes, cost containment, and operational savings. Our current Rapid Decontamination Cabinet System as an example, sets the industry benchmark for capacity, throughput, reliability, and performance in simplifying the infection prevention protocol to a one-step 30-second process by providing a certified, repeatable high-level standard of disinfection for Electronics, Wearables, Personal Effects, Non-Critical Patient Tools, and Unused, Unopened Patient Supplies Contact: | 888-443-1528

1. Disinfecting handheld electronic devices with UV-C in a healthcare setting, Feb 2021: Suzan Cremers-Pijpers, Carsten van Rossum, Mirjam
Dautzenberg, Heiman Wertheim, Alma Tostmann, Joost Hopman
2. Antimicrobial Activity and Efficacy of the Model RDS-32a on Unopened Soft Packaged Patient Supplies: NG 052021, NG 052022, NG052023, dated
May 3, 2021