Textile: the new frontier in infection control and prevention.
The Importance of Choosing Hospital Fabrics
The increasing use of
chemically treated traditional fabrics in hospitals
to reduce contamination and cross infections
can pose several critical issues. Here are some of the main concerns associated with this practice:
Intrinsic super-hydrophobic characteristics
prevent bacteria growth without the use of biocides,
they do not actively interact with or kill bacteria; therefore, they
do not generate microbial resistance.
The properties remain unchanged over time, are easily cleaned, and have a long-lasting durability.
Security and comfort with high quality:
Hypoallergenic: suitable for everyone, including the most sensitive skin.
Lightweight: it's the lightest fiber, providing a feeling of freedom.
Soft and smooth: it wraps you in a comfortable embrace.
Active features that enhance your daily well-being:
Quick Moisture Transfer: designed to rapidly wick moisture away from the skin, keeping you dry and comfortable.
Thermal insulation: low thermal conductivity provides better insulation from the external climate.