The complexity of modern healthcare settings and the increasing proportion of immunocompromised patients make the prevention of waterborne infections a high priority.


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Waterborne Outbreak

Know the first signs of a waterborne outbreak and the steps to manage it. Check the Pall Medical Blog article here.

Legionella & Water Stagnation


- how water stagnation became an increasingly important issue during the COVID-19 pandemic


- why Legionella is especially concerning today and what do we know after 46 years

Nontuberculous mycobacteria (NTM) occur in water (including drinking water distribution systems), soils and dusts. Learn how Pall Point-of-Use Water Filters have been validated against NTM and other waterborne pathogens like Pseudomonas spp. and Legionella spp.

It‘s not just about Legionella; there are more waterborne pathogens that healthcare workers should be aware of. Read this and other blog articles on the Pall Medical Blog.

Do you know what to do if you experience a waterborne outbreak? Pall Point-of-Use Water Filters offer an immediate, and easy to use solution for safe microbiologically controlled water at the point of use.

Recent trends in waterborne disease outbreaks in the United States have had an impact on how water quality is monitored and regulated in healthcare settings. The economical and clinical impact of an outbreak can be significant.


Watch our webinar on a Pseudomonas aeruginosa outbreak in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.

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Point-of-use (POU) water filters are designed to reduce or remove waterborne pathogens from the water distribution system. However, there are different point-of-use water technologies available to do this.


Learn more about the technology inside a point-of-use water filter!

What are endotoxins?

Where do they come from?

And are they in my water?

Where do you need to monitor and control endotoxins in the water?

And how are they measured?