Sanitizing hospital hands at point of care
If COVID-19 revealed anything, its that people aren't washing their hands as much as they show, even in settings like healthcare. Studies show hospital staff only washed their hands 30% of the times they should. Making hand sanitizer readily available, and promoting clean habits can reduce the amount of infection being spread in general, but especially in the hospital setting.
SwipeSense is a hand-sanitiser and monitor that slots into hospital staff belts – giving them portable hygiene at the point of care, and providing hospitals with real time hygiene monitoring and benchmarking information. The dispensers are the size of a Blackberry. You roll a plastic dowel down and a mist of alcohol gel spritzes the hand.