A group of college students has developed a series of devices for a Michigan-based company that addresses a common problem for healthcare workers: keeping hands sanitized and clean.
The students from Grand Valley State University’s applied Medical Device Institute (aMDI) worked with Sterilogy (Bloomfield Hills, Mich.) to develop the hand hygiene compliance system with a goal to reduce hospital infections. The three-device system was designed for nurses, doctors and other healthcare workers who come in direct contact with patients.
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