MRSA is a bacteria (a nasty one at that) and should not be confused with the virus H1N1 which is Influenza A virus. Many Hand Sanitizers and Surface Disinfectants have indications for both, but be certain they are not the same!
No liquid hand sanitizers allowed (in 3 ounces or more) past an airport security check point. So thinking with my wallet, I bought alcohol prep wipes and used them for weeks, until my hands cracked from the oils being stripped from them. A little investigation led to the use of virguard MRSA antibacterial hand wipes.. They contain a skin softener to prevent cracking and are a proven defense for virus and bacteria.
Keep MRSA at bay With the holiday season in full swing we want to pay close attention to keeping healthy. We’ll likely visit family and friends and want to make sure we stay healthy and they do as well.. Good Hygiene Practices for the holidays After visitors have departed, its a good idea to use …
Veridien hand sanitizer wipes are effective against MRSA and many other pathogens. Travel safe, Kill germs..
Don’t let germs get you down… Carry disinfectant wipes and hand spray disinfectants.
Environmentally green disinfectant PURE GREEN 24 kills germs including superbug MRSA, and H1N1 swine flu. Pure Green 24 is Powered by Odorless, non-flammable, non-toxic Silver Ions with no fumes or skin irritation associated with other disinfectants. This strong disinfectant not only kills germs now, but it leaves a residual which keeps on killing for 24 hours. Perfect for Toys and objects that children come in contact with.
MRSA spreads lightning fast – Just watch the news It doesn’t take long find another report of MRSA (Methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus) appearing in a high school (where is called Community Associated MRSA or CA-MRSA), health facilities (where is called HA-MRSA), nursing homes or even day care. Watching these news reports just drive the question of …
Hospital Infections from MRSA are growing, but also community infections are growing even faster. Using a FDA approved MRSA killer can help keep things under control.