With the rising threat of Ebola virus and flu season on the horizon, the importance of maintaining clean hands is greater than ever. This is particularly true in the hospital setting. In the past, hospitals have installed hand-sanitizing stations in hallways and near doors, but these systems are far from fool-proof and assume some level of compliance from users. Now, British company, PureHold is developing the Pure Hold sanitizing door handles. These handles are easily attached to any standard hospital doors, but the handles dispense a gel sanitizer to hands on contact. After users walk through the doors, they simply rub their hands together and continue walking. The system is easy to use, and for those with busy hands, there is a non-gel door handle option. For more information and to see the PureHold in action, click on the video above.