Ultraviolet sensor

UV Sensor

Dual electronic dosimeter for UV-C
dose monitoring

Designed for hospital use – Reproductible results – User-friendly

Vesismin UV Sensor allows for a reproductible monitoring and assurance of UV-C irradiance and dose, where it’s needed, when it’s needed. Beyond subjective reading and consumable expenses associated with current colorimetric dosimetry. Now you can objectively and efficiently design UVGI procedures to suit each ward or operating theatre.

Wide angle sensor, for flexible placing and reproductible results. Rugged construction, for real-life use in real hospitals. No cables. Backside magnet and non-sliding surface, for easy placement on vertical areas. Dual dose reader: numeric & colorimetric.

Compatible with every UVGI disinfection system in the market.

According to the scientific dossier of your UVGI system, you will assure the desired disinfection level for each setting

Elements of the Vesismin UV Sensor system
• 4-Digit LCD screen 9 8
• UV-C irradiance measurement button (mW/cm2)
• UV-C dose measurement button (mJ/cm2)
• UV-C dose indicator LED (mJ / cm2)
• UV-C Sensor
• Battery life: 24 hours of continuous use
• USB-C connector for charging
• ON / OFF
• LED charge indicator: full charge in less than 2 hours

Compatible with Bluetooth communication.

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Hydroalcoholic gel dispenser

Hydroalcoholic Gel
Dispenser

Robust and maintenance-free

For high volume areas

• Touch-free, preventing cross contamination.

• Batteries not required.

• Avoid constant bottle replenishment.

Two versions:

– Gel dispenser basic.

Gel Dispenser with built-in thermometer

Characteristics
• Foot operated.
• 5 litre bottle capacity.
• Bottle access through lockable rear door.
• Sturdy stainless steel structure.
• Customisable vinyl allowing advertising and/or branding.

Dimensions
Basic: 1235 mm height x 202 mm width x 305 mm length.
With thermometer: 1720 mm height x 202 mm width x 305 mm length.

dispensador-de-pie-basico-vesismin

Instalación
1- Secure the base to the ground with 4 M10 screws.
2- Attach the supplied information plate with two screws.
3- Rear door remains closed at all times; only operate to change the gel bottle.
4- Once the carafe is put in for the first time, the purge mode pedal must be depressed so that the gel flows through the tubing until the system begins to dose.

Hygiene point

Hygiene point

Promotes a positive socially
responsible commitment
towards personal hygiene

• Customisable label for brand/logo placement, recommendations for use, etc.

• Modular system: adaptable according to the needs of each user.

• Robust premium quality stainless steel construction.

• Easy to assemble and mount.

• Convertible between manual or automatic operation.

Two versions:

Basic Hygiene Point with manual operated dispenser.
Adaptable to containers of different volumes.

Basic Hygiene Point with automatic dispenser.
For 1L Airless type bottles (disposable valve). Avoid cross infections and unnecessary refills.

Expand your Hygiene Point by adding one or two drawers for gloves, masks or disinfectant spray.

Features:
• Stainless steel structure coated with epoxy resin, resistant to disinfectants.
• Anti-theft lock for bottles.
• Drip tray to prevent the hydroalcoholic gel from falling onto the floor.
• Standard color: white.
• The color can be personalized (according to quantities)
• Optional drawers for masks and gloves.
• Dimensions:
Height of the structure 1354 mm.
Base 330 mm x 330 mm.
• Weight:
– Manual dispenser: 6kg.
– Automatic dispenser: 8kg.
– Drawer: 0.85kg.

Disinfectant wipes for hands

Gel Derm Wipes

Disinfectant hand wipes

Eliminates 99.99% of germs

Cares and moisturises the skin (Contains Pro Vitamin B5)

Practical, convenient and easy-to-use on the go

Wipes saturated with a hydroalcoholic solution. Enriched with emollients that condition the skin to prevent dryness through hydration. The wipes have a rapid antimicrobial action and leave a refreshing dermal sensation of cleanliness and freshness.

Panthenol (pro-vitamin B5) cares, protects and moisturises the skin. It helps regenerate tissue and to maintain a healthy level of moisture in lower layers of the skin.

Efficacy
Gel Derm Wipes are bactericidal (EN13727), yeasticidal (EN13624) and virucidal (EN14476).
Additionally, the product that impregnates the wipe has also been tested against the EN1500 standard.

Exceed the concentration of alcohols indicated by the WHO for virucidal efficacy.

Gel Derm Wipes

Wipes contain 2.2ml of Gel Derm.

Presentation
• 100 unit pack.
• Wipe size: 130×170 mm.

Safety Data Sheet

Surface Disinfection in Spray

NDP Air Spray+

Surface disinfection spray

Kills 99.99% of Bacteria, Fungiand Enveloped Viruses (including Coronavirus)

 

NDP Air Spray+ disinfects surfaces, sanitises areas and soft surfaces including: mattresses, rugs, curtains, sofas, etc.

Main applications:
Office equipment, all kinds of furniture, air conditioning filters, lavatories, taps, dustbins, door knobs, switches, upholstery, fitting rooms, etc.

Uses NDP Air Spray+

NDP Air Spray+

A disinfectant offering a broad biocide spectrum that rapidly acts against
bacteria, fungi and enveloped viruses. The spray format allows the product to reach otherwise hard to access areas.

It eliminates bad odours caused by bacterial decomposition and prevents the appearance of mold.
It is compatible with all types of materials and electronic components.

Efficacy
NDP Air Spray+ is bactericidal / fungicidal (EN13697), mycobactericidal (EN14348) and virucidal – enveloped viruses (EN14476).

Instructions for use
1. Pre-clean surfaces before use.
2. Spray at 4-6 second intervals, at a distance of 30cm from the surface.
3. Allow the product to act. Does not require rinsing.

Format
• 400ml bottle.

Safety Data Sheet

Frequently Asked Questions

Wipes with enzymatic detergent

Enzym Med Wipes

External cleaning of endoscopes and surgical material

Wipes are impregnated with enzymatic detergent for externally cleaning medical instruments before High-Level Disinfection or sterilisation. Its formulation contains a high protease activity, supported by an innovative system of detergents, permits the elimination of blood, secretions, tissues, greases, etc. while preventing the formation of biofilm.

The wipes allow disinfecting instruments without the use of lumen. A quick and easy action that removes the possiblity of making errors when preparing a solution. However, channeled instruments must be submerged in enzymatic detergent.

100% Biodegradable wipes.

Efficacy
The combined use of Enzym Med Wipes together with a High Level Disinfectant ensures excellent results for disinfecting medical instruments.

• Bactericidal: (EN13727) Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Staphylococcus aureus, Enterococcus hirae.
• Virucidal: (EN14476) Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, Vaccinia virus BVDV.
• Effective against the biofilm of Pseudomonas aeruginosa.

Medical device CE Class I.

Effective against virus according to UNE14476.

Enzym Med Wipes

Applications
• External cleaning of rigid and flexible endoscope, endoscope accessories.
• Surgical, dental, and orthopedic instruments.
• Cleaning before High Level Disinfection or sterilization.

Composition
• Protease enzymes.
• Amylase enzymes.
• Lipases enzymes.
• Ethylene glycol.
• Non-ionic surfactants.
• Benzalkonium chloride.
• Perfume.

Presentation
• 80 pack wipes.

Safety Data Sheet

Arab Health 2018

Vesismin Health will be at the Arab Health international exhibition

Once again this year, we will be attending Arab Health presenting our range of products, from January 29th to February 1st in Dubai

Arab Health is the Middle East congress that hosts a larger gathering of health professionals and the hospital trade. It is expected that in this 2018 edition the event will receive more than 4,200 exhibiting companies and 103,000 attendees from more than 150 countries.

During the exhibition, 19 conferences about business, leadership and continuing medical education offering the latest updates and knowledge about procedures, techniques and cutting-edge skills will take place.

Vesismin Health,  will exhibit at the Congress and present its products and the latest news for the Prevention of the Hospital-acquired Infections. We would  be delighted to welcome you at our booth located in Hall 4 – Stand A10.

Arab Health 2018

Vesismin Health will be at the Arab Health international exhibition

Once again this year, we will be attending Arab Health presenting our range of products, from January 29th to February 1st in Dubai

Arab Health is the Middle East congress that hosts a larger gathering of health professionals and the hospital trade. It is expected that in this 2018 edition the event will receive more than 4,200 exhibiting companies and 103,000 attendees from more than 150 countries.

During the exhibition, 19 conferences about business, leadership and continuing medical education offering the latest updates and knowledge about procedures, techniques and cutting-edge skills will take place.

Vesismin Health,  will exhibit at the Congress and present its products and the latest news for the Prevention of the Hospital-acquired Infections. We would  be delighted to welcome you at our booth located in Hall 4 – Stand A10.

Vesismin Health will be present at the China International Medical Equipment Fair

Vesismin Health will be present at the China International Medical Equipment Fair (CMEF)


The largest fair of medical equipment, related products and services in the Asia-Pacific region.

The CMEF will take place in Shanghai, from 15 to 19 May 2017.

Almost 4,000 medical device manufacturers from over 24 countries, and about 120,000 people – including government procurement agencies, hospital buyers and dealers from over 100 countries and regions– gather in CMEF for trading and exchanges.

After over 35 years of continuous innovation and self-improvement, CMEF has become the largest professional procurement and trade platform of the medical industry in China, as well as a meeting point to exchange academic and technical information.

La higiene como estrategia clave ante las bacterias resistentes

La higiene como estrategia clave ante las bacterias resistentes


Es posible reducir en un 30 por ciento las infecciones nosocomiales. La resistencia a los antibióticos, uno de los principales retos de la OMS.

Una de las principales amenazas para la salud global, según la OMS, es la resistencia que están desarrollando las bacterias ante los antibióticos. Uno de los lugares donde se puede encontrar un mayor número de estas bacterias es precisamente en los hospitales, donde se genera un microbioma particular por sus propias características. Por ese motivo, la higiene adquiere una mayor trascendencia para evitar infecciones si se tiene en cuenta que el desarrollo de nuevos antibióticos no es a día de hoy una tarea sencilla.

En toda Europa más de cuatro millones de pacientes adquieren una infección relacionada con la asistencia sanitaria (IRAS). Esto supone un total de 37.000 muertes directas y 110.000 relacionadas de alguna manera y supone un coste para la sanidad de más de 7.000 millones de euros. Una correcta aplicación de las medidas de higiene puede reducir estos números hasta en un 30 por ciento, según ha quedado de manifiesto durante la I Jornada Científica sobre Higiene Ambiental Hospitalaria. Ante 200 especialistas clínicos se pusieron sobre la mesa los retos que los hospitales de España deben afrontar ante esta amenaza.

El director general de Veissimin Health, Víctor Vallés, tiene claro que la situación no puede ser obviada. “En España, el problema de la resistencia a los antibióticos es especialmente grave. Hay una cultura de abuso, con médicos que enseguida los prescriben. Desde la Administración se están impulsando medidas para solucionarlo, pero el problema es complejo. También se suma el abuso en la industria ganadera; no sólo es una cuestión que atañe a los médicos. En vista de la dificultad de diseñar nuevos antibióticos, debemos buscar soluciones y nosotros pensamos que mejorar las barreras para evitar contagios es una de ellas”.

  • “La resistencia a los antibióticos es un problema que inquieta a los expertos, pero esta preocupación no se ha trasladado de forma adecuada a la población general.

  • Entre las barreras de higiene más efectivas y conocidas para evitar este problema está el lavado de manos, pero existe falta de adhesión por parte de los profesionales.”

     

Aunque la resistencia de las bacterias a los antibióticos es un problema que ya preocupa a los especialistas, esta preocupación no se ha trasladado con la misma intensidad ni a la población general ni a la clase política. Vallés considera además que no se puede poner la pelota en el tejado de la industria farmacéutica. “El desarrollo de nuevos antibióticos está claro que no es una de sus prioridades. Se trata de un tratamiento de una duración corta, de tres a cinco días. A la dificultad de desarrollar nuevos antibióticos se añade esta falta de interés que nos obliga a pensar en otras soluciones”.

Para evitar que los hospitales se conviertan en un foco de problemas son necesarios estrictos protocolos de higiene. La acumulación de los pacientes, con sus patologías, así como del propio personal hospitalario, hace que se cree una carga de microorganismos que se han ido haciendo resistentes. Entre las barreras de higiene más efectivas y conocidas está el lavado de manos. “Pero porque sea conocida no quiere decir que sea también respetada por el personal. Todavía vemos personal sanitario que trabaja sin guantes, que no se lava las manos con la frecuencia debida, que el equipamiento, desde el quirúrgico al mobiliario, a lo mejor no se desinfecta con la periodicidad o de la forma adecuada… Hay cosas mejorables y nos debemos preguntar si estamos haciendo todo lo necesario”, comenta Vallés.

El ejemplo británico
En la jornada participaron expertos venidos del Reino Unido, como Tim Boswell, médico especialista en control de infecciones y microbiología clínica en el Consorcio Hospitalario Universitario de Nottingham, y Martin Kiernan, profesor asociado de la Universidad de West London. “La situación en el Reino Unido estaba peor que aquí en España. Ahora se han cambiado los papeles y ellos han mejorado mucho. Por eso pensamos que podía ser interesante aprender de su experiencia”.

Ante la falta de eficacia que han demostrado las campañas de concienciación, Vallés es partidario de dar un paso más, como la implantación de medidas obligatorias que acarreen sanciones al personal que no cumpliera con los protocolos. Aunque no solo por esta vía piensa que se podría mejorar. Una mayor transparencia podría servir para mejorar en este aspecto. “Un tema polémico es hasta qué punto los medios deberían tener más acceso a información; por ejemplo, índices de infecciones por hospitales que se pudieran comparar”.

Vallés añade que “en este aspecto tenemos que mejorar mucho comparados con el Reino Unido, que puede servir como un referente. El hecho de que haya transparencia hará que los gerentes hospitalarios tengan que tomar decisiones para no salir mal en la foto”.