ICU Decolonization

Why Implement Universal ICU Patient Decolonization?

Research shows universal nasal and skin decolonization can achieve 44% reduction in blood stream infections (BSI)2 and $171 cost savings per patient compared to targeted screen and isolation with CP.3

Untitled-1You can now achieve universal patient decolonization benefits including replacing screen and isolation while avoiding nasal use of antibiotic ointments with their bacterial resistance concerns. Nozin® Nasal Sanitizer® provides safe decolonization that conforms with antibiotic stewardship.

Nasal decolonization for ICUs

It’s time for your ICUs to benefit from clinically proven protocols that include nasal decolonization.

With the Nozin ICU Program, universal, safe, daily nasal decolonization is now possible without the known limitations of antibiotics or iodine. Nozin® Nasal Sanitizer® antiseptic is the most practical solution to help achieve universal decolonization for better care with fewer HAIs and improved return on investment (ROI) for your facility.

A Nozin advisor can help you assess the significant advantages with this program. These include the opportunity to safely replace contact precautions.

ICU Patient Protocol

When to apply Application Protocol with Nozin® Nasal Sanitizer® antiseptic
ICU Admission Day 1 2 applications per day - Using Popswab® ampules or 12 mL bottle with swabs
Subsequent ICU Days 2 applications per day - Using Popswab® ampules or 12 mL bottle with swabs
After ICU Discharge (optional) 2 applications per day, at home - Using 12mL bottle with swab

It is recommended that this protocol for ICUs be complemented with daily CHG bathing for the duration of patient stay.

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