Hospitals or critical infection control areas require exceptional measures of disinfection as they deal with patients, each with a different infection, and the staff handling them. Everyone involved is exposed to a higher risk of infection, needed a timely and efficient cleaning mechanisms. Hospital acquired infection, better known as Nosocomial infection refers to an infection that develops 48 – 72 hours of hospital discharge, and can directly be avoided by maintaining a safe hygiene of the hospital premises.
With use of proper cleaning and hospital disinfectants, one can inhibit the spread of these pathogens, and eradicating them. Even every in-house, commercial and industrial setup should be regularly disinfected. Most of the health care units today are bedded with secondary transmission routes that could be prevented easily with a thorough disinfection program.