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SPH Medical is a leading provider of solutions focused on reducing risk of injury to patient handling staff, and reducing hospital acquired infections and pressure ulcers. By offering clinical education and consulting services combined with the latest technology in assistive solutions we are helping facilities and caregivers address these areas of risk within their facilities.

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Halo Disinfection – Data tracking with iPhone

The leading total room disinfection system just got even better! The Halo Fogger now has the capability of tracking data.   The Halo Fogger is known for being the most effective total room disinfection system available today .  Using a proprietary 5% Hydrogen Peroxide solution that is combined with .01% Silver to create a powerful killing mechanism, the Halo Fogger can kill up to 99.9999% of C. diff spores throughout an...

SPH Medical releases state-of-the-art Sheet for Repositioning

The new SPH Medical PositioningSling disposable is changing the way hospitals lift, move and transfer patients! Nurses continue to be injured during boosting and turning patients in bed.  Nurses have been looking for a convenient tool that allows them to perform these tasks without having to apply and remove it every time they need it.  Other products on the market increase head and moisture under patients and are often banned by wound...

See our advanced disinfection solutions at the APIC Conference June 11-16 SPH Medical Solutions will be on site at APIC 2016 in Charlotte, North Carolina sharing information about our products and how they reduce infections and improve patient outcomes.  Be sure to stop by our booths: Halosil and the Halo Fogger Booth #1435 MoonBeam 3 UVC Disinfection Technology - Daylight Medical Booth #2109 Halo Disinfection System Halo is EPA approved to kill 99.9999% kill of C. diff spores The Halo DS disinfects...

Early Patient Mobility update

The RoWalker is now the leading ambulation and mobility aid selected by ICU Nurses and Physical Therapists across the country.  After hundreds of trials and evaluations, leading Magnet hospitals, teaching hospitals, and more have selected the RoWalker to support their patient mobility programs.    What are the staff saying about the RoWalker? The seat flaps are one of the best features because now we don't need to pull a wheelchair behind, the...

C. diff is hazardous to the financial health of hospitals

The Halo Disinfection System is a cost-effective prevention strategy Clostridium difficile, one of the most common and hard-to-treat healthcare-acquired infections (HAI), sickens nearly half a million people a year in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; 29,000 of them die from the disease contracted in hospitals or long-term care facilities. C. diff also is hazardous to the financial health of health care institutions, insurers and society as a...

Before you pick a hospital, ask about its HAI rate

HaloMist disinfection system kills C. diff, MRSA Consumers might choose one healthcare system over another because it offers great technology—or convenient, patient-friendly services like private rooms. We might pick hospitals that have stellar surgeons and exceptional outcomes. In the near future, we could very well be basing our choices on which health systems have the lowest Hospital-Acquired Infection (HAI) rates. The watchdog publication Consumer Reports, long known for evaluating cars, appliances and other products, now recognizes that...

Early Patient Mobility gains momentum

Are you mobilizing more patients in the ICU today than you were a year ago? We asked this question of 20+ hospitals over the past 30 days and the answer may (or may not) surprise you. 100% of the ICU's that were surveyed said yes! Many of the hospitals said that the increase was due to an increased awareness of early patient mobility and the benefit to patients while others said...

CAL OSHA AB1136 – Cost effective compliance now

SPH Medical is helping hospitals all across California comply with the new Safe Patient Handling regulations that take effect October 1st, 2014.  Under the new regulations, the appropriate assistive solutions must be accessible and available for staff to use them when necessary.   "By offering hospitals a low cost entry point to stock par levels of the essential slings, repositioning sheets, limb holding straps, and lateral transfer pads we are...

CAL OSHA implements regulations for Safe Patient Handling Law October 1st

CAL OSHA has approved the regulations governing AB1136 - The new California Safe Patient Handling Law.   Here is a copy of the draft regulations.  Hospitals now face a deadline of October 1st, 2014 to be in full compliance with these regulations.  Some hospitals have commented that even though they thought they had a program, they are not even close to being fully prepared for compliance.    All patient care...