Batesville, Indiana (PRWEB) June 12, 2015
Trinity Guardion was selected by Xavier University’s Center for Innovation to present their Bed Protection System, which is proven to reduce Hospital Acquired C.diff infections by 50%, at Healthovate! Summit on Thursday, June 11. The 2015 Xavier Center for Innovation (CFI) Healthovate! Summit is co-sponsored by Intel-GE Care Innovations™. “Trinity Guardion is the world's only manufacturer of launderable bed covers specifically engineered to eliminate bacteria, spores and viruses from a hospital bed mattress. I’m excited to present this patented technology with over 6 years of research behind it to this esteemed group of innovators,” states Bruce Rippe, Trinity Guardion’s Chief Operating Officer.
Healthovate! Summits give healthcare leaders an opportunity to share their expertise and engage in conversations with other leaders from other industries. Trinity Guardion will also be presenting at similar events in Boston (July 31), Chicago (Oct 5), and Nashville (Oct 28). “Our mission at the CFI is to use innovation to solve complex problems. I can’t think of a more important challenge facing our society than how we keep people healthy, while reducing costs and improving overall well-being,” said Shawn Nason, Chief Innovation Officer at Xavier University. “By bringing together a diverse community of people, all committed to health, I am confident we can find meaningful solutions and innovative technologies and systems that will transform the healthcare industry—not to mention better ways to educate and prepare students to work in and lead healthcare in the future.”
Over 40 area start-up hospitals, universities, national organizations, healthcare professionals, and Xavier alumni will learn how this innovative mattress cover acts as a barrier to prevent bacteria and fluids, which can be harbored in a hospital mattress as a result of ineffective cleaning, from coming in contact with a patient. Due to its abilities in preventing viruses such as Ebola and other bacteria from penetrating through the cover, hospitals have begun to implement the covers in their infection control wards. Last year, the innovative technology of the Trinity Bed Protection System was recognized when the honorable mention for the 2014 NALTH Goldberg Innovation Award was awarded to St. Vincent Seton Specialty Hospital, Indianapolis for their use of the mattress cover in their facility.
Tested in two Midwestern hospitals, the Trinity Bed Protection System does not impede bed operation or any clinical aspects of the underlying mattress. In fact, it helps reduce terminal clean time, while improving asset life of the bed.
The Trinity Bed Protection System from Trinity Guardion makes bed surfaces cleaner for every person every time.
About Trinity Guardion: Trinity Guardion is the result of an international collaboration of scientists, doctors and academic professionals in the healthcare industry, united in the concern that hospital beds are not clean. This concern was corroborated by peer reviewed research that is available upon request. The product line includes mattress covers for most brands of hospital beds, therapy tables and pillow cases. Trinity Guardion is located in Batesville, Indiana. For further information contact the company’s C.O.O. Bruce Rippe Cell: 513-519-8241 or visit http://www.trinityguardion.com