It goes without saying that surfaces in hospitals and other medical facilities must be free of contamination and in an attractive and hygienic condition. Surface cleaning in these areas serves to ensure cleanliness and is a basic prerequisite for hygiene as a whole. In contrast to cleaning, the aim of surface disinfection is to prevent the transmission of pathogens. Depending on the internal risk assessment, cleaning is usually sufficient for many surfaces of a medical facility, such as surfaces away from patients and floors.
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