health and safety risk analysis in hospital
  • Manage the risk of Legionella and Pseudomonas contamination
  • Manage biological risks associated with water, air and surfaces
  • An efficient indicator for reliable self-monitoring
  • Anticipation and responsiveness in decision-making
  • Hygiene management in hospital environments
  • Manage endoscope disinfection
systematic risk analysis

For continuous monitoring of

Water, air and surface quality

Take control of your network

With ATP 2G!

Second generation ATPmetry (ATP 2G), which was developed by aqua-tools and LuminUltra, is recommended for monitoring water, air and surface quality in health care facilities.

Second generation ATPmetry (ATP 2G) is a rapid, reliable microbiological analysis technology that is low cost, easy to use and provides results in a matter of minutes. ATP 2G provides an extremely reliable indicator of the total quantity of living micro-organisms (total biomass, total organic load, or total active flora). Unlike culture-based methods designed to identify “viable aerobic micro-organisms,” ATP 2G detects all living and non-culturable bacteria and all other cellular micro-organisms. ATP 2G is a quantitative analysis technique: the ATP concentration identified by the analysis is directly proportional to the concentration of micro-organisms. ATP 2G has multiple applications in the medical, health care and social sectors, particularly in the prevention of nosocomial diseases. Learn more

Continuous monitoring of water, air and surface quality in hospital environments is recommended as part of analysis procedures and monitoring biological risks. While measuring total flora by ATP 2G cannot replace required analyses, it is an effective and low cost first line self-monitoring tool that is easy to implement and allows the manager of (air- or water-based) facilities to:

• implement a consistent and considered risk-analysis plan based on measuring the total biological load at strategic points;

• use a reliable indicator to monitor air and water quality in real time and detect any shifts;

• benefit from a reliable and relevant self-monitoring tool for evaluating the risk of waterborne or airborne nosocomial diseases.

Management of risks associated with water using ATP 2G

The total measured biomass is a reliable indicator of water quality and can be used as a self-monitoring procedure.

Learn more about the advantages of ATP 2G for monitoring the quality of sanitary water

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Managing hospital hygiene with ATP 2G

The risk of nosocomial diseases in hospital environments can be controlled by managing waterborne airborne environmental contamination, particularly in sensitive areas (protected areas, operating rooms, clean rooms, etc.).

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Analysis kit for sanitary water: QGA™

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Analysis kit for surfaces: DSA™

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