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Vioguard Defender Brochure

Every year, HAIs cost the Healthcare industry more than $30 billion.

Vioguard Defender Brochure

Every year, HAIs cost the Healthcare industry more than $30 billion.

Flyer One

The first and only self-sanitizing UV-C keyboard and track pad with FDA clearance.

Flyer Two

Keyboards and mice are proven to be major fomites for cross-contamination in hospitals.

Spec Sheet

The Vioguard Defender is 99.99% effective in killing harmful microorganisms within seconds!

ROI

Defenders could save the average hospital up to $129,515 per year in HAI-related expenses.

Capability Statement

Studies show that hospital staff miss 68% of high touch surfaces during manual cleaning. This discusses the Defender’s role.

FDA Clearance Letter

FDA believes that Class II special controls provide reasonable assurance of the safety and effectiveness of the device.

Contact Us

425.318.7900

19201 120th Ave NE, Ste 200
Bothell, WA 98011

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