The most MRSA-contaminated surfaces in a hospital room: Infographic

Over-bed tables, bed rails, other flat surfaces, bed linens and patient gowns tend to be the surfaces in a hospital room that are most contaminated with methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, according to EOS Surfaces.

See the infographic below.

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This infographic was created by EOS Surfaces, the maker of EOScu Preventive|Biocidal Surface, which kills 99.9 percent of bacteria within two hours of exposure by using the biocidal benefits of copper.

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