Scientists receive £7.4m boost to combat ‘worst superbugs’

University of East Anglia leading research into new drugs to treat some of world's most-prolific infections

picture of Professor Michael McArthur from UEA’s Norwich Medical School is leading the research

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New healthcare hot water guidance aims to aid compliance

Heatrae Sadia publishes new guide outlining the important technology to look out for when complying with Health ...

NHS hospitals 'waste thousands' ditching luxury fans

Hospitals throwing out costly Dyson bladeless fans over infection fears

Taking action against airborne contamination in the operating theatre

Medical Air Technology (MAT) has announced a new UK distributor agreement with Toul Meditech for its Steristay and ...

Do users benefit from HEPA air filters on hand dryers?

Neil Butler of Mitsubishi Electric discusses whether hospital washrooms can benefit from high-performance HEPA ...

Investigation launched after five patients die from Listeria in four hospitals

Pre-packed sandwiches and salads believed to be at root of outbreaks

Medstor helps to bring renal dialysis to communities across Ireland

Working with main contractor B. Braun Avitum, Medstor provided storage and specialised clinical equipment for a clinic ...

Feature: A first line of defence against bugs

How surface material and disinfection is crucial to curbing the spread of infection

Specialists endorse latest UV technology

Infection Prevention Society panel throws weight behind E-COs’ Ultra Violet Germicidal Irradiation (UVGI) technology

Case study: Sherwood Forest NHS minimises the risk of Pseudomonas

Engineering risk assessment minimises the risk of Pseudomonas aeruginosa contamination and saves lives

A specialist approach for sterile facilities

Garry Horrocks from BES discusses the importance of managing the financial and operational risk associated with ...

New 30-minute blood test to reduce sepsis deaths

European scientists make breakthrough in infection prevention

Decline in medical technologies created to diagnose deadly diseases

Research by Marks & Clerk and CPA Global shows downward trend in novel testing technologies for antimicrobial resistance