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Introduction to the selection of disinfection time of ultraviolet air disinfection machine

Now that the autumn and winter seasons have come, many people have developed allergic rhinitis with symptoms such as nasal discharge, nasal itching, nasal congestion, and sneezing. There are many reasons for allergic rhinitis, which may be due to seasonal factors such as increased temperature difference between day and night or dry weather. It may also be caused by irritation of the nasal mucosa by foreign objects such as moldy substances, household dust, and haze. If you don't pay attention to allergic rhinitis in the initial stage, it may become chronic respiratory diseases such as sinusitis and pneumonia. At this time, it is very important to have an ultraviolet air disinfection machine.

The uv sterilizer has multiple purification technologies. During the entire purification process, it can remove haze, particulate matter and various harmful bacteria, harmful gases, odors and other substances that can easily cause respiratory diseases. The strength in purifying the air cannot be underestimated. Microorganisms in indoor air are an important source of respiratory tract infections and trauma infections. An important cause of infection in hospitals is the pollution of pathogenic microorganisms in the air. Indoor air disinfection is an important measure to reduce hospital infections.

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What I want to share with you is the selection of disinfection time for ultraviolet air disinfection machine:

1. Dynamic disinfection: generally performed during medical visits, treatment operations (such as morning care, dressing changes, consultation rounds, ward disinfection, etc.), and during peak hours of personnel activities. Continuously turn on and disinfect as needed or set to automatically turn off and on alternately 2 hours each.

2. Preventive disinfection: disinfect 2-3 times at regular intervals every day, and the disinfection time is not less than 2 hours each time. It is arranged before work in the morning, treatment and nursing concentration, and after work in the afternoon.

3. After the new equipment has been used for half a year, the equipment department should arrange inspections in time to replace ultraviolet lamps, composite filters and other matters.

4. Pay attention to the airtightness of the room during disinfection, close doors and windows, keep the room with good airtightness, reduce the number of indoor personnel as much as possible, and ensure the disinfection effect.