Vioguard Cubby Plus Flyer

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

Vioguard Cubby Plus Flyer

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

Defender™ Brochure

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

Cubby Plus Brochure

92% of all mobile devices carried by medical staff are contaminated with pathogens.*
Vioguard Flyer

FlyerOne

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

Flyer Two

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

Spec Sheet

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

Vioguard ROI

ROI

Defender™ could save the average hospital up to $129,515 per year in HAI-related expenses.
Vioguard Capability Statement

Capability Statement

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

Ondine Study

Studies show that the Cubby Plus effectively eliminates C. diff, one of the toughest pathogens, in 45 seconds.
Vioguard ROI

ROI

Defender™ could save the average hospital up to $129,515 per year in HAI-related expenses.
Vioguard Capability Statement

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Pilot is an independent insurance adjusting
firm headquartered in Mobile, AL, with additional offices in Dallas, TX and Hudson, OH.

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435-627-3090

3143 S 840 E #328
St. George, UT 84790

info@vioguard.com

EPA Establishment Number: 99547-WA-1

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Increases in Hospital Infections Sparks National Action

Increases in Hospital Infections Sparks National Action

About 1/25 patients on any day have an HAI, equaling the population the size of Atlanta becoming infected every year.BY SYDNEY BROOKS A study published in the Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology found that healthcare-associated infections increased in 2020....

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