- MadaGel Hand Sanitizer is a broad spectrum antimicrobial effectiveness against MRSA, E Coli and VRE
- Kills 99.9% of common bacteria, yeast and fungi in seconds without using water
- Perfect for use when hand washing isn't available
- Includes moisturizers to keep hands smooth
Swine Flu/Influenza A (H1N1)
The media has moved on to other issues, as swine flu is no longer making headlines. However, read the following facts reported by The World Health Organization:
- April 29, 2009: Nine countries have officially reported 148 cases of H1NI.
- May 5, 2009: Twenty-one countries have officially reported 1490 cases of H1N1.
- May 12, 2009: Thirty countries have officialy reported 5251 cases of H1NI.
- May 18, 2009: There are now 8,829 cases of H1N1.
- May 29, 2009: There are now 15,510 cases of H1N1.
- July 6, 2009: There are now 94, 512 cases of H1N1.
The Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC) recommends use of antiseptic hand cleaner that contains at least 60% alcohol if soap and water are not available.
"Your healthcare professional should wash or gel their hands immediately before and after exams. Guest and patients need to wash or gel their hands after using the restroom, or touching surfaces like bed poles, bed rails, keypads, etc."
− Christine Nutty, RN, MSN, APIC president.