Blood Cleanup Service Washington D.C.
Blood cleanup services are quite often necessary when an injury or other type of trauma or accident occurs and leaves any amount of blood pooled on a surface or surrounding a location. It is never a wise idea to come in contact with any blood that is not your own. Crime Scene Inc. has blood decontamination specialists that provide our services to residential, commercial and industrial properties located in Washington D.C.
Washington D.C. Certified Blood Cleaning Services
Blood is the most important fluid that runs through each of our bodies. It transports nutrients and other vital components to the entire body, from our fingertips to our toes. While blood is a natural defense system against infection, it is also susceptible to infection. And coming in contact with infected blood is a dangerous mistake. When faced with blood spill that is not your own, there’s no visible evidence to conclude that the blood is infected. Through the naked eye, it looks just like your own, red and syrupy. But each person’s blood is different and the key elements that run through our veins are microscopic, as are the components found in it, which can include an array of viruses.
Blood Cleanup Prevents Blood-borne Pathogen Transmission
Blood-borne pathogens can be passed around in a number of ways, from needles to bites, broken skin to sexual contact with an infected person. The only surefire way to know that someone is completely clean of any and all severe blood transmissible diseases is to test the blood. Direct contact with another’s blood, no matter how much you care for them, can be a risky situation for you. Our blood cleaning professionals will eradicate that risk thoroughly and promptly.
Blood Contact Risks
Hepatitis – Some varieties of hepatitis can survive outside of the human body for months, some for weeks, and some for only a couple days. The CDC reports that there may be up to 4 million Americans living with hepatitis and that most of them are unaware of it. Hepatitis is a very real risk when coming into contact with blood that is not yours or a surface that has not been adequately sanitized after experiencing bloodshed.
HIV – According to the CDC, among Americans living with HIV, one in seven of them do not know it. HIV is similar in some ways to the common cold except, unlike a cold, your body can’t fight off the presence of HIV. Instead, HIV masks itself to trick your body, continuing to attack your vital cells and damage your immune system. HIV is an infection with no known cure; treatment through management is the only current solution.
The risks of coming in contact with blood spills are far too grave to ignore. If you own any kind of property in Washington D.C. that has experienced blood or body fluid exposure, it is best to let professional technicians sanitize the area for your safety and the safety of everyone else who enters. Our blood cleaners have completed multiple certifications and are well versed with personal safety equipment and proper cleaning chemicals and technologies that will eliminate the threats of blood exposure.
Contact Crime Scene Inc. for blood cleanup services and sanitation of any area if you see blood at 855-700-4960.
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