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Worried About Infectious Disease Reports in Houston?
If you hear that someone has contracted C. diff, MRSA, or another potentially serious infectious disease, it’s normal to be concerned. In fact, you should be concerned, especially if this person works with or for you. And, if you’re the person who is responsible for the safety of people in your office, or fitness facility, medical center, daycare center, and so forth, then step one is to quickly call experienced pros to help.
The good news is that Advanced Bio-Treatment in Houston can provide you with exactly the help you need—and is ready and willing to do exactly that. Because no two situations are exactly alike, we’ll first investigate your specific problem, and then create a customized plan to clean and disinfect affected buildings, using state-of-the-art technology. Our technicians are professionally trained to provide precisely the infectious disease control and prevention services you need. This includes fighting back against deadly airborne pathogens and disposing of all infectious material according to EPA guidelines.
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Infectious Disease FAQs
What types of infectious diseases should I be most concerned about in Houston?
Well, the reality is that what is being spread in Houston and the surrounding area changes, often because of the season. At any one time, though, there are multiple kinds of bacteria, viruses, parasites, and more that are being passed around, many of them too small to be seen with the naked eye. Some of these microorganisms don’t cause diseases; others cause fairly mild ones, including the common cold, while still others can cause serious disease. Some of these diseases can even be fatal. Some of the most serious infectious diseases include Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, tuberculosis, malaria, HIV/AIDS, and more, plus those we’ve already mentioned: C. diff, MRSA, and the swine flu.
What is a communicable disease, and how is it different from an infectious one?
A communicable disease is one that can spread from one type of organism to another, say from an animal to a human being. Then, once one person has a communicable disease, then he or she can pass it along to someone else, and so on. A disease is considered infectious simply by the type of disease it is, and does not refer to how it can be transmitted.
What can we do to prevent the spread of these infectious diseases?
Vaccinations can help to prevent some diseases, while frequent hand washing can slow the transmission of them and help to add a layer of protection to people who are consistent in thoroughly washing their hands. If you know that someone is ill, try to stay away from him or her during the period of contagion. Don’t use any of their belongings, either at home or work. (How do you know if an item can spread contagion? If there is any reasonable chance that it’s true, then assume it is true.) If you’re sick and possibly contagious, stay away from other people. Note that these strategies aren’t entirely foolproof. They’re intended, instead, to provide some level of disease control.
What is the value in using professional infectious disease cleanup services?
Whoever participates in biohazard cleanup is exposing himself/herself to the pathogens being cleaned and disinfected. So, there can be significant risk involved, which means that having the appropriate equipment, cleaning materials, and training is crucial. Plus, not all pathogens are visible, so you can’t always know when the area is fully restored. The answer? Selecting a professional company that uses the right methods, materials, and equipment.
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Advanced Infectious Disease Technology
At Advanced Bio-Treatment, we thoroughly clean and disinfect your home, business, or facility using the Halo Disinfection System™. This state-of-the-art technology uses a hydrogen peroxide-silver nitrate disinfectant mist that, once sprayed, immediately begins to attack the bacteria and viruses that cause disease. In fact, this system destroys 99.9% of all deadly bacteria and viruses, including MRSA, STAPH, C. diff, and flu, including Swine Flu (H1N1).
One of the big benefits of the Halo Disinfection System™ is how it can disinfect:
- doctor’s offices
- dentist’s offices
- emergency care facilities
- operating rooms
- nursing homes
- and more
This treatment should be applied by professional cleaners with specialized training in contaminated fluid and materials scenarios. To use the Halo Disinfection System™, the infectious disease cleaning company must use specialized techniques and equipment, handling the cleanup and disinfecting in a way that meets Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations, along with all applicable Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations for blood contamination cleanup. The company must be able to thoroughly and effectively clean, disinfect, and safely restore all affected areas.
Halo Disinfection System® Success Story by Director of Athletics & Activities at Northwestern Lehigh High School
Disease Outbreaks and Houston Infectious Disease Cleanup
It’s bad enough when one or two people get sick, but when the disease spreads to groups of people, then the outbreak becomes potentially much more dangerous. Pathogens can spread in numerous ways, which multiplies the health hazards involved. Ways that pathogenic microbial agents can spread include from person to person, with other transmission methods including through:
- body fluids
- contaminated objects
- airborne inhalation (breathing)
Fortunately, We Go Way Beyond Surface Cleaning
When your Houston home, business, or facility has been affected by an infectious disease, our expert technicians can decontaminate the area and eliminate the pathogens. Our current certifications include OSHA, IICRC, API, HAZWOPER, AMDECON, and API WorkSafe, and there are even more reasons to select our Houston infectious disease cleaning company. They include our:
- ongoing staff training
- adherence to the industry’s strictest standards
- commitment to protecting your health and safety
We vet our employees in multiple ways, including for:
- professional qualifications
- attention to detail
- high regard for privacy
- strong sense of empathy
We meet even the most challenging biohazard cleanup situations with compassion and care.
Contact us online around the clock to promptly receive exactly the services you need. Or, simply call 888-260-4067. A live operator is standing by.