Surveillance for Nosocomial Legionella Pneumophila: a 6 years report from a large Italian hospital and impact of the Copper-Silver Ionization system
Is Copper-Silver Ionization safe and effective in controlling Legionella?
Inactivation of Legionella Pneumophila and Pseudomonas Aeruginosa: Evaluation of the bactericidal ability of Silver cations
Hospital-Acquired Legionnaires Disease in a University Hospital: Impact of the Copper-Silver Ionization system
Water disinfection with Ozone, Copper and Silver Ions, and temperature increase to control Legionella: seven years of experience in a university teaching hospital
Experiences of the first 16 hospitals using Copper-Silver Ionization for Legionella control: Implications for the evaluation of other disinfection modalities
Copper and Silver Ions more effective against Legionellae than against Mycobacteria in a hospital warm water system
Treatment of Legionella Pneumophila-colonized water distribution system using Copper-Silver Ionization and continuous Chlorination
Intermittent use of copper-silver ionization for Legionella control in water distribution systems: A potential option in buildings housing individuals at low risk of infection.
Controlling Legionella in hospital water systems: Experience with the Superheat-and-Flush Method and Copper-Silver Ionization.