Innovations to manage body fluids from Hygie Canada at Medica 2018 -- MEDICA - World Forum for Medicine



Innovations to manage body fluids from Hygie Canada at Medica 2018

The Canadian hygiene product developer and manufacturer is presenting its new solutions to drastically reduce hospital-acquired infections (HAIs) in healthcare institutions and improve people’s comfort, autonomy and dignity at home.

Hygie Canada is promoting a new way to effectively manage body fluids and, by doing so, drastically limit the spread of germs. Thousands of health care providers around the world have already adopted this method. The company is looking for even more expansion and is presenting its solutions at Medica 2018 at stand 5B26.

The founder of Hygie Canada, Mr. Eric Tanguay, invented a better method to limit the spread of pathogens in healthcare facilities.

He developed a concept allowing to keep all biological fluids at the point of care by using specially designed bedpan, vomit and urinal supports as well as cutting-edge new commode chairs. These supports are used with Hygienic covers that contain a super absorbent pad.

This technology can replace the traditional methods of cleaning bedpans and potentially contaminated medical devices, which is a very unsafe practice with a high risk of contamination and transmission of nosocomial infections.

The new patented technology also guarantees a 100% conformity among the personnel of healthcare institutions which is a difference maker to reduce incidences of dangerous infections. This technology is becoming the new norm for biological fluid management both in the health care industry and in home care.

Hygie Canada’s technology has been internationally proven to be an effective and efficient method, while also procuring important savings for institutions and a better quality of life at home

Meet company founder and president Eric Tanguay and his team and learn more about Hygie Canada innovations at stand 5B26.

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