Developers of blood filtration device awarded £1.56m to tackle sepsis

MediSieve receives two grants to progress development of severe sepsis product

picture of Dr George Frodsham has welcomed news of the grants, which will enable the MediSieve team to explore the use of its innovative blood filtration device in the treatment of sepsis

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Specialists endorse latest UV technology

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New 30-minute blood test to reduce sepsis deaths

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Decline in medical technologies created to diagnose deadly diseases

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Revised British standard on Legionella risk assessment

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Deaths at Scottish hospital linked to pigeon droppings

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A specialist approach for sterile facilities

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Comment: Protecting water tanks from bacterial growth

By Mark Lemon, managing director of CSC Services

Leicester trust brings cutting-edge solution to hospital estate

University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust contracts second mobile decontamination unit

Multi-site hospital study demonstrates hand-drying method can affect risk of bacterial spread

Findings have important implications for minimising risk of cross infection in hospital washrooms