11 Nov

Hospital is a professional health institution whose services are provided by doctors and health workers. Public hospitals are usually the easiest facilities to find in a country, with a very large inpatient capacity for intensive or long-term care. This type of hospital is also equipped with surgical facilities, plastic surgery, delivery rooms, laboratories, etc.

However, the completeness of these facilities may vary according to the ability of the organizers. It could be that these hospitals and clinics are exposed to pests such as bed bugs. Hospitals often treat patients to stay at the hospital or clinic, so we as a pest control service for hospital and clinic provide education to the public about bed bugs and how to get rid of bed bugs easily and cheaply.

What are bed bugs?

Bed bugs are insects of the genus Cimex that feed on humans, usually coming out at night. The bite can cause a number of health effects including skin rashes, psychological effects, and allergy symptoms. Bed bug bites can cause skin changes ranging from a small area of ​​redness to blisters that appear. Symptoms can take anywhere from 30 minutes to days to appear and are usually itchy. Some people may feel tired or have a fever. Usually any areas of the body that are not covered will be covered. Their bites are not known to transmit any infectious disease.

Where are bed bugs usually?

Bed bugs can separate themselves but tend to congregate alive once formed. Although very parasitic, they only spend a small part of their life cycle physically on the host. After bed bugs have finished feeding, they move to a place close to a known host, usually on or near a bed or sofa in groups of adults, juveniles, and eggs – what entomologists call a protection area or shelter where the insects return. after eating in the future by following a chemical trail. These places can vary widely in records, including luggage, in vehicles, inside furniture, in bedside even in power sockets and laptop computers on radios. Bed bugs can also nest near animals that nest in a place to live, such as bats, birds or rodents. They are also able to survive in domesticated cats and dogs, even though humans are the living hosts.

How To Prevent Bed Bugs (Bed Bugs)

  1. To prevent bed bugs from entering the house, be careful after visiting the affected location: generally, this includes checking shoes when leaving the site.
  2. Change clothes outside before going in, and put used clothes in the clothes dryer outside.
  3. When visiting a hospital or clinic, keep an eye on the bed, and place items on an elevated chair so that small bed bugs are unlikely to crawl in.

Effective eradication using non-chemical methods. Non-chemical control methods include vacuuming carpets and furniture (scope with scratches) into single-use bags which are then sealed into plastic bags to prevent re-infestation.
Other methods include removing textile material from an area and washing it in hot air (at least 60 degrees Celsius) or freezing it at -4 degrees Celsius. Non-removable textiles such as mattresses can be steamed at least 60 degrees Celsius and this method can penetrate deep into textiles to effectively kill insects quickly (under 1 minute).

It seems that the methods above are very difficult to implement around us, because they require time and proper handling. We as a pest control service for hospital and clinic provide solutions for those of you who complain a lot about bed bugs which can cause skin irritation and other diseases. We as a pest control service for hospital and clinic also provide free consultation to customers, which we will provide as well as free surveys to the place so that we know the proper handling of the area/room to be treated.

How about price, etc?

Don’t worry, obviously we give a best price for you. For more questions, kindly contact the number below and our customer service will serve and answer all your questions.

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Pest Control Service For Hospital And Clinic

Mitha: +6281138204195 (Available for wa)


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