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Innovation Day: Hygiene 4.0

Innovation Day: Hygiene 4.0

On Thursday, March 5, 2020, the Working Group Hygiene Regensburg will organize the first Innovation Day: Hygiene 4.0 in Regensburg. As part of this Working Group we are happy to be co-organizer of the event.

Innovation Day: Hygiene 4.0 in Regensburg

Hygiene protects and saves lives. Against the background of increasing and newly developing antibiotic resistance, the prevention and treatment of nosocomial infections is of particular relevance to health care. In addition to early, rapid and precise diagnosis, it is important to exploit prevention potentials as fully as possible by avoiding or reducing bacterial exposure. Materials and surfaces, antiseptic coating processes of hygienically relevant surfaces as well as easy-to-clean or sterilizable constructions of medical devices and equipment play an essential role in this context.

At the Innovation Day, among other things, updates on transmission control and clarification of outbreaks of pathogens will be given and various methods for reducing the germ load in the clinical environment will be presented. In addition, the conference with industrial exhibition offers a platform for interdisciplinary exchange with experts from research, industry and application.

Agenda Hygiene 4.0

09:00Registration
09:30WelcomeDr. Thomas Diefenthal,
BioPark Regensburg GmbH
09:45WelcomeBürgermeister Jürgen Huber,
Stadt Regensburg
10:00KeynoteProf. Dr. Johannes Hübner,
Infektiologie,
Klinikum der Universität
München
10:45Transmission control of germsProf. Dr. Wulf Schneider,
Klinikhygiene,
Universitätsklinikum Regensburg
11:15Applications of the Whole Genome
Sequencing: Clarification of
outbreaks caused by pathogens
Prof. Dr. Karsten Nöckler,
Abteilung Biologische
Sicherheit,
Bundesinstitut für Risikobewertung
11:45Lunch
01:00Antiseptic stewardship – Resistances towards biocidal active substances and their clinical significanceProf. Dr. Günter Kampf,
Institut für Hygiene und
Umweltmedizin,
Universität Greifswald
01:30Management of hygienically relevant areas in medical facilitiesProf. Dr. Clemens Bulitta,
Institut für Medizintechnik,
Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule, Amberg-Weiden
02:00Reduction of the microbial
surface exposure in hospitals
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Bäumler,
Klinik und Poliklinik für
Dermatologie,
Universitätsklinikum Regensburg
02:30Implementation challenges of antimicrobial surfaces in medical devices using the example of implant coatings Thomas Paulin,
 aap Implantate AG
03:00Coffe break
03:30Hygiene by design – Design principles for medical technology
products
Markus Mutterer, designaffairs GmbH​​​​​​​
04:00Preparation of medical devices –
Ambition and reality
Christian Trenkler,
GLP MEDICAL GmbH
04:30Technology-supported monitoring
& Visualization of factors influencing the pathogen transmission
Tobias Gebhardt,
GWA Hygiene GmbH
05:00Get Together

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