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  • Flat, so there is nowhere pathogens can hide

  • User defined, time based cleaning alert

  • Disinfection without disconnection

  • Hypo-allergenic silicone based material

  • May be rinsed under a faucet if required


  • Clean in place - no need to disconnect the keyboard

  • Single button disables keyboard during cleaning

  • Cleans in less than 5 seconds

  • Use whatever wipes or sterilizers are already being used

  • Virtually no downtime for disinfection


  • Elastomer cover is tough!

  • Abrasion & chemical resistant silicone based material

  • Superior legend wear for long life

  • Impervious to all  common hospital cleaners

  • Sealed to IP54 standards



  • Excellent tactile key response for easy typing over long periods

  • Ergonomically designed to minimise hand and finger strain

  • Backlit keys for dark or  low light areas

  • Simple USB connection for plug and play functionality

  • Compatible with all windows operating systems

  • Available in multiple languages


Developed in conjunction with University College of London hospital, Medigenic is the standard keyboard in use across the entire NHS system in the United Kingdom.

The primary keyboard used in sensitive environments at the Mayo Clinic

Medigenic® Essential

 An easy to clean, cost effective keyboard for use in any medical environment.

  •  Fast and easy to clean

  • Effectively reduces biological contaminants

Medigenic® Compliance

 These patented infection control keyboards help monitor their own cleaning status to safeguard both patient and staff.

  •  Backlit keys

  • Timed cleaning alert

  • Cart size available

Medigenic® Scroll Mouse

 All the same cleaning features of the keyboards with scroll mouse functionality.

  • Scroll functionality via buttons for easier cleaning
  • Wireless option available


"Testing of the Medigenic keyboard in the medical surgical ICU at University College London Hospitals showed significant log reduction in bacterial contamination in the range of 0.5log-1.4log (71%-96%) at cleaning alert settings ranging from 1.5 to 12 hours."

Dr. Peter Wilson

Microbiologist UCLH