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Apr 21
Clensta Hospital Use Case

Personal Hygiene for Patients

For any hospital around the globe, it is imperative to serve the patients and take care of their personal hygiene. Letting them stay unhygienic can result in other personal hygiene diseases. Primarily, a nurse or the attendant should take care of the cleanliness of the patients on a regular basis. The major areas that need to be taken into consideration are listed below;

  • Brushing their teeth daily,
  • Cleaning the genitals other exposed body parts while going to the toilet or taking a loo,
  • Wash their body regularly or bath at least twice a week,
  • Clean their face, hands, and feet regularly.

Doing all these activities makes sure that at least the basic hygiene is taken care. However, you might ask a question, if the patient is indoors, why is it important to maintain good personal hygiene? Well, let me tell you what initially does hygiene means. Hygiene is keeping yourself and the environment you live in safe and clean. So, to keep the other patients, staffs, doctors, family members or anyone visiting the hospital or home safe is by maintaining good personal hygiene. Microbes like protozoa, bacteria, virus are born in such places. With these microbes in the surrounding, there are many airborne diseases spread due to an unclean environment. Skin diseases are complimentary along with that. Gradually, it covers and affects other people who are directly or indirectly in contact with the patients.

The more prominent factor here is, what if there is a shortage of water? What if water is scarce in the areas where the hospital or patient is located? Well yes, it is challenging to keep your body or the patient’s clean and germ-free in such scenarios, but that does not mean maintaining proper hygiene should be ignored.

It is evident that by 2030, the planet earth would have only the amount of water that is sufficient for half of the population or even less. So, along with hygiene, it is also important to save water simultaneously. Keeping this motive in mind, Dr. Puneet Gupta and his team galore have founded the waterless bathing products under the name of Clensta International. Right now they have waterless body bath and waterless shampoo. Thanks to the group who claims that a bottle of 100 ML can save up to 350 liters of water.  Which indeed is a is a revolution in itself.

The procedure to use the solutions of the waterless body bath and waterless shampoo is more straightforward than expected. One just has to take the fluid in their hand and rub it for a while. It lathers and cleans all the oil, dirt, dust and the unwanted microbes. Then, one needs to just wipe it off with a tissue paper, a handkerchief or a towel. It does not require even a single drop of water.

This is going to prove a substantial component in any hospital’s essential list for a patient. A hospital can now keep their patients hygienic without the risk of wasting water.

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