The Canadian government and the CDC recommend placement of colonized or infected patients in single rooms with routine contact precautions; daily and terminal environmental disinfection with a sporicidal agent, like Nocospray.1
Public Health Ontario’ Provincial Infectious Disease Advisory Committee (PIDAC) in addition to enhanced daily cleaning and disinfection suggest that facilities with access to no-touch disinfection technologies like Nocospray can use these to augment their standard efforts.2
For more information see the related links below
Nocospray is a Health Canada-approved sporicidal solution that has been tested in Canadian hospitals. Systems like the Nocospray have been shown to improve disinfection outcomes over manual methods.
1. Canada communicable diseases report (CCDR): Volume 44-11, November 1, 2018: Healthcare-associated infections and antimicrobial resistance
2. PIDAC Interim Guide for Infection Prevention and Control of Candida auris. January 2019