Resources

Diversey Care provides resources to help our customers manage outbreaks including providing education and training for our customers regarding best practices for cleaning and disinfection in healthcare and public environments.

AHP Technology has Clinical credibility through peer reviewed published articles.

 

1. Sattar et al. (1999) A product based on accelerated hydrogen peroxide: Evidence for broad-spectrum activity, CJIC, Winter 1998, pg. 123-130

2. Rochon et al. (1999) Products based on accelerated and stabilized hydrogen peroxide: Evidence for cleaning and sanitizing efficiency, environmental and human safety and non-corrosiveness, CJIC. Summer 1999, pg.51-55

3. Thompson et al. (2000) Hydrotherapy tub usage (Infection risks –cleaning and disinfecting), Cdn Nursing Home, pg. 4 –10

4. Alfa and Jackson (2001), A new hydrogen-peroxide-based medical device detergent with germicidal properties: A comparison with enzymatic cleaners, AJIC, Vol. 29, No. 3, pg. 168-177

5. Sattar et al. (2002) Combined application of simulated reuse and quantitative carrier tests to asses high-level disinfection: experiments with an accelerated hydrogen peroxide-based formulation, AJIC, Vol. 30, No. 8, pg. 449-457

6. Sattar et al. (2005) Activity of selected oxidizing microbes against the spores of Clostridium difficile: Relevance to environmental control, AJIC Vol 33 No 6, pg. 320 –325

7. Leslie et al. (2006) Efficacy of Two Hydrogen Peroxide Teat Disinfectants Against Staphylococcus aureus and streptococcus agalactiae, J. Diary Sci 89:3696 –3701

8. Omidbakhsh et al. (2006) Broad-spectrum microbicidal activity, toxicologic assessment, and materials compatibility of a new generation of accelerated hydrogen peroxide-based environmental surface disinfectant, AJIC Vol 34 No 5, pg 251 -257

9. Omidbakhsh et al. (2006) A new peroxide-based flexible endoscope-compatible high-level disinfectant, AJIC Vol 34 No 9, pg 571 –577

10. Sattar et al. (2008) Identification by Quantitative Carrier Test of Surrogate Spore-Forming Bacteria To Assess Sporicidal Chemicals For Use against Bacillus anthracis, Appl. Environ.Microbiol., Vol 74, pg. 676 -681

11. Omidbakhsh and Kenny (2008) An Accelerated Hydrogen Peroxide (AHP)-Based Fast Acting and Reusable Microbicide For Manual Disinfection of Heat-Sensitive Semi-Critical Medical Devices, CJIC, Spring 2008, pg. 81 –88