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TechValidate Research on PDC Nursing Labels

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PDC Infection Control Customer Statistic

82% of surveyed hospital infection control professionals agree that using disposable covers, drapes, or liners on large imaging equipment (e.g. MRI, CT scanner, X-Ray) would help prevent the spread of infection.

82%

TimeAlert IV Customer Statistic

86% of Nursing Leaders Agree That Visual Reminders Are Effective in Prompting Nurses to Take Action

86% of surveyed hospital nurse managers, directors, and CNOs agree that visual reminders (such as labels) are effective in prompting nurses to take action.

86%

TimeAlert IV Customer Statistic

96% of surveyed hospital nurse managers, directors, and CNOs agree that changing the IV tubing on time would help reduce the risk of infection.

96%

TimeAlert IV Customer Statistic

97% of surveyed hospital nurse managers, directors, and CNOs rate the clinical consequences of not changing the IV tubing on time as causing some concern.

97%

PDC Nursing Labels Customer Statistic

85% of surveyed hospital infection control professionals rate the clinical consequences of not changing the IV tubing on time as a moderate concern.

85%

PDC Nursing Labels Customer Statistic

98% of surveyed hospital infection control professionals agree that it is important for nurses to change patient IV tubing on time.

98%

PDC Nursing Labels Customer Statistic

96% of surveyed infection control clinicians agree that changing the IV tubing on time would help reduce the risk of infection.

96%



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