Health care providers all over the world are using the Surface Pro 3 to spend change the way they work. A Surface Pro 3 grants you access to data at the point of care and allows you to spend more time with patients. Just look what the device has meant for the clinicians at Seattle Children's Hospital:
The Surface Pro 3's big, beautiful touch screen is a big part of it's appeal. But in a clinical environment it's important that touch screen devices be sanitized regularly to prevent the spread of infection. Luckily, the Surface team has released updated guidelines for sanitizing your device for use in a clinical environment:
"Healthcare customers can sanitize Microsoft Surface Pro 3 devices using one of our recommended solutions—PDI Sani-Cloth Plus, CaviWipes, Covidien Alcohol Prep Pads, any similar wipes with IPA (Isopropyl Alcohol) solution under 70%, Total Solutions Full Spectrum Disinfectant Wipes, or Clorox Healthcare Bleach Germicidal Wipes--without risk of damaging the device.
The alcohol-based solutions can also be used to clean the entire Surface Type Cover 3 without damage. Total Solutions Wipes may leave cotton fibers on the bottom side of the Type Cover 3, but these can be removed by hand. Clorox Healthcare Bleach Germicidal Wipes may discolour the bottom surface of the Type Cover 3 with prolonged use, and therefore are not recommended to sanitize the Type Cover 3.
Users should not douse the items with solution, but rather use pre-moistened wipes or apply IPA to application cloth and use the cloth on the unit."
Learn more about how the Surface Pro 3 is creating new opportunities for health care providers.