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BioVigil Releases Second-Generation Hand Hygiene Monitoring System
Date:3/16/2010

"Our second-generation system solves the accuracy problems that are inherent in RF-based sensors," explains Brian Sheahan, Chief Executive Officer for BioVigil LLC. "An RF-based system does not have the accuracy and sensitivity which our system offers. We know with 100% accuracy when a healthcare worker enters and exits a location. Our system is simple, cost-effective and saves lives.

"In addition, the BioVigil system uses an alcohol sensor on the ID badge of the healthcare worker, so that a nurse or doctor can simply enter a patient's room, then use hand sanitizer while approaching the patient's bed and interacting with the patient. We have been able to design a sensor network which makes the system highly user-friendly and patient-friendly. The bright green and red LEDs embedded in the ID badge enable other healthcare personnel and even patients to easily see whether a healthcare worker is in compliance."

Mr. Sheahan noted that BioVigil completed an IRB-approved trial with VCU Medical Center during September 2009, validating the successful operation of its second-generation BV-140 technology. Dr. Michael Edmond of VCU Medical Center will be presenting results of the trial at the Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America (SHEA) conference in Atlanta, GA
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