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Griffin Survivor Medical Case for iPad 9.7

$125.00

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Griffin Survivor Medical Case for iPad 9.7 is the first drop-tested-on-concrete, made-for-healthcare tablet case

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Griffin Survivor Medical Case for iPad 9.7 is the first drop-tested-on-concrete, made-for-healthcare tablet case

Introducing Griffin Survivor Medical cases for iPads 9.7. With 54% of doctors reported using tablets for professional purposes1, iPads and tablets present a dangerous new surface for pathogens that cause Healthcare Associated infections (HAIs). The United States’ Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that HAIs occur in 1 out of every 25 acute care hospitalisations2. Tablet cases that can’t be properly cleaned with hospital-grade disinfectants have no place in healthcare settings.
This specially designed case can allow healthcare professionals to utilise iPads and tablets in clinical care, without contributing to the spread of pathogens.
Lab-Tested, Lab-Proven – 168 hours of continuous exposure to 4 common hospital disinfectants This testing method is equivalent to 3 years of disinfectant exposure in a typical hospital setting.
Can disinfect with common medical wipes – Wipes/chemicals including at least:
  • Isopropyl alcohol wipes (70%)
  • Quaternary alcohol wipes
  • Bleach wipes/solution (10:1 dilution)
  • Activated hydrogen peroxide (0.5%)

Disinfectants used in 168-hour tests

  • PDI Sani-Cloth AF3
  • PDI Super Sani-Cloth (55% isopropyl alcohol)
  • PDI Sani-Cloth with Bleach
  • Cavicide

iPad 9.7 Case

  • Durable silicone, polycarbonate and PET material construction can be repeatedly disinfected using hospital-grade wipes and cleaning solutions
  • Designed and tested to protect against damage from drops onto concrete
  • Water, liquid, and dust-resistant
  • Covered controls, hinged charge and headphone ports
  • See-through back for easy access to asset barcode

References

  1. Venola, C.L (2014). Mobile Devices and Apps for Healthcare Professionals: Uses and Benefits. P&T, 39 (5), 354-364
  2. Magill SS, Edwards JR, Bamberg W, et all (2014). Multistate point-prevalence survey of health care-associated infections. New England Medical Journal. 370 (13): 1198-1208