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Enterovirus 71 & HFMD


Enterovirus 71 & HFMD

Microbecide® Special Report Enterovirus 71 and Hand, Foot, and Mouth Disease The most common cause of Hand, Foot, and Mouth Disease (HFMD) is coxsackievirus A16; coxsackieviruses are a member of the enterovirus group which includes polioviruses, echoviruses and other enteroviruses. Many enteroviruses are associated with specific syndromes. For example, the Human enterovirus A species more commonly causes hand-foot-mouth disease (rash especially on the palms and soles with vesicular eruption...
Application and Use Instructions

Application and Use Instructions

Microbe cide ® Silver Ion Complex Application & Use Instructions Contact Time:   Apply Microbe cide ® Silver Ion Complex to areas or objects to be treated.  The area or object must be completely covered with Microbe cide ® Silver Ion Complex for 30 seconds. This contact time will not control all organisms, refer to the following for additional organisms. Cleaning Procedure:    Organic debris and body fluids must be thoroughly cleaned from areas and...
Avian Influenza Infection in Animals

Avian Influenza Infection in Animals

Microbecide® Special Report What animals can be infected with avian influenza A (H5N1) viruses? In addition to humans and birds, we know that pigs, tigers, leopards, ferrets, and domestic cats can be infected with avian influenza A (H5N1) viruses. In addition, in early March 2006, Germany reported H5N1 infection in a stone marten (a weasel-like mammal). The avian influenza A (H5N1) virus that emerged in Asia in 2003 is evolving and it’s possible that other mammals may be susceptible...
Challenge Tests

Challenge Tests

Microbecide™ Special Report Challenge Test Reports 12 “Sensitivity Test for Killing the H5N1 Virus”, Department of Pathology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Kasetsart University, Kamphaengsaen Campus, Nakornpathom 73140, Thailand, March 12, 2009 15 “Final Report, Kill Time Study for Propionibacterium Acnes”, Nelson Laboratories, Inc. 6280 South Redwood Rd, Salt Lake City, Utah 84123, USA, 05 Feb, 2002. 16 “Technical Report No. AM 07/014, Determination of the antimicrobial activity of...
Decontamination and Disinfection Services

Decontamination and Disinfection Services

DISINFECT & DECONTAMINATE YOUR FACILITY OVERNIGHT High usage facilities are under ever increasing pressure in the fight against highly contagious infections, striving to ensure the best possible protection for clients and professionals working in close proximity. Our Bio Decontamination Services are ideally suited to facilities requirements for rapid, flexible and safe bio decontamination and can provide disinfection and decontamination of play centers, classrooms, canteens, offices,...
Definitions Used to Describe Control of Microorganisms

Definitions Used to Describe Control of Microorganisms

DISINFECTANT--An agent that will destroy many of the disease-causing microorganisms present on the surface of an inanimate object. A disinfectant claim is granted by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to any solution which will destroy the following three microorganisms using an official AOAC (AOAC: Association of Official Analytical Chemists) procedure: Staphylococcus aureus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, and Salmonella choleraesuis. A disinfectant label does not imply or include...
Docs Fear MRSA - Flu Combo

Docs Fear MRSA - Flu Combo

Microbecide™ Special Report Docs Fear Deadly Combo of Flu, MRSA Influenza Opens Door for Superbug Infections, Health Experts Say By DAN CHILDS ABC News Medical Unit April 26, 2008 One is a viral illness responsible for an estimated 35,000 deaths every year. The other is a potentially deadly superbug, a horrifying legacy of antibiotic overuse that is now resistant to almost every treatment today's doctors can throw at it. MRSA (Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus)...
How dangerous is the new drug-resistant 'superbug' NDM-1 ?

How dangerous is the new drug-resistant 'superbug' NDM-1 ?

Microbecide® Special Report How dangerous is the new drug-resistant 'superbug' NDM-1 ? Microbecide® Electrostatic Sprayers and Microbecide® Antimicrobials overcome NDM-1 defenses. How dangerous NDM-1 will become isn't known, but some studies have found the death rate from a close genetic cousin - carbapenem-resistant carbapenemase (KPC) [the North American bacterium] - to be as high as 40%. A new antibiotic-resistant germ that apparently has origins in India has sickened a handful...
Influenza Pandemic Preparedness

Influenza Pandemic Preparedness

Microbecide™ Special Report What changes are needed for H5N1 or another avian influenza virus to cause a pandemic? Three conditions must be met for a pandemic to start: 1) a new influenza virus subtype must emerge for which there is little or no human immunity; 2) it must infect humans and causes illness; and 3) it must spread easily and sustainably (continue without interruption) among humans. The H5N1 virus in Asia and Europe meets the first two conditions: it is a new virus for...
Ionic Silver Technology

Ionic Silver Technology

Microbecide® Special Report Ionic Silver Technology Silver Ion Complex - stabilized ionic silver, electrolytically generated - the new standard in medicine and industry . Silver Ions A silver ion is a different form of matter than an atom of silver and has entirely different physical properties. An ion of silver is formed when a single electron is removed from a silver atom causing the ion to have a positive charge. Silver ions diffuse through a solution due to the mutual repulsion...
Manufacturing Capabilities

Manufacturing Capabilities

ISO-Class 7 Certified, GMP Manufacturing Facility   State-of-the-Art 3,600 Sq Ft Facility   ISO-Class 7 Clean Room   GMP Compliant   Broad Range of Capabilities   Custom Manufacturing   Scaleable Manufacturing   Unique Product Development   Packaging & Design ISO-Class 7 Certified, GMP Manufacturing Facility Our state-of-the-art manufacturing facility at Paya Ubi Industrial Park, Singapore, is Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) compliant, with...
Microbecide® Complex Product Details

Microbecide® Complex Product Details

Microbecide® Silver Ion Complex Product Details Laboratory Certified in the US and EU Microbe cide ® Silver Ion Complex active ingredient is stabilized, electrolytically-generated silver ions, identified as silver dihydrogen citrate. Silver dihydrogen citrate health defense claims are based on challenge tests designed to determine the kill activity of an antimicrobial agent against specific microorganisms. The tests were performed by recognized independent laboratories under official...
Migratory Bird Flyways

Migratory Bird Flyways

Larger view of Migratory Bird Flyways • PURCHASE ON-LINE - Microbe cide ™ Silver Ion Complex
MRSA & VRE - Superbugs

MRSA & VRE - Superbugs

Microbecide™ Special Report MRSA & VRE - Superbugs MRSA & VRE - Superbugs Staphylococcus aureus bacteria — or "staph" is a major cause of infection. Decades ago a strain of staph emerged in hospitals that was resistant to the broad-spectrum antibiotics commonly used to treat it. Known as methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), it was one of the first bacterial resistant superbugs to develop resistance to all but the most powerful drugs. The potent antibiotic...
Properties of Antimicrobial Agents

Properties of Antimicrobial Agents

Microbecide® Special Report Properties of Antimicrobial Agents The following tables list properties of antimicrobial agents that are often active ingredients of typical antimicrobial products on the market today. Many products have one or more agents as active ingredients and are often marketed under multiple brand names. Each agent has advantages as well as disadvantages in its usage. It is not uncommon to need more than one class of microbial agent to combat different types of...
Safe for Use Around Children

Safe for Use Around Children

Powerful Ionic Silver-Based Spray Ideal for Use Near Children For more than 16 years, Child Safety Network (CSN) has been working to build awareness of and solve child safety issues. In 2005 CSN began issuing challenges to companies to manufacture and sell products that were safer for use near children. CSN encourages companies to invest money in research and development to create, re-engineer or reformulate commonly used yet dangerous products into safe products for use where children may...
Silver - Nature's Medicine

Silver - Nature's Medicine

Microbecide® Special Report Silver - Nature's Medicine Silver (Ag) has an atomic number of 47. This means it is the 47th element in the periodic table by atomic weight and contains 47 electrons. It has four filled valence shells and a fifth shell with one electron. In fluids, silver can exist in four basic forms - as a compound, a neutral particle (as in ground silver), a negatively charged aggregate (particle), and a positively charged ion. For thousands of years, silver has been highly...
Silver Ions - New Standard In Medicine & Industry

Silver Ions - New Standard In Medicine & Industry

Microbecide® Special Report Silver Ions - The new standard in medicine and industry Twenty-first century technology is giving us a new perspective of an old friend. Silver - in a new form, ionic silver - is emerging as the new antimicrobial wonder in dealing with viral, as well as bacterial and fungal conditions, in both medicine and industry. Ionic silver is proving to be a remarkably effective health defense, not only against an enormous range of infectious diseases that are a very real...
Two Hundred Thousand Lurking Germs

Two Hundred Thousand Lurking Germs

Microbecide® Special Report Two hundred thousand germs could easily lurk under the top half of this semicolon; A single bacterium – a microbe - is only about three microns long. With a tough, armored, outer cell wall, it is shaped somewhat like a railway tank car. Viruses are even smaller and are the most basic of all microorganisms. They contain only nucleic acid (DNA or RNA) and a protein coat cover. Some more complex viruses are enclosed in a protective envelope derived from...
U.S. EPA Toxicity Category Table

U.S. EPA Toxicity Category Table

Toxicity Categories Signal Word Requirement Category I Category II Category III Category IV DANGER WARNING CAUTION NONE Required The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency assigns toxicity categories based on a substance's potency (ability to cause harm at low doses) by various routes of exposure (e.g., oral, inhalation, dermal). Precautionary labels are required to bear a Signal Word ("Danger" and/or "Poison"; "Warning"; or "Caution")...
What is H5N1 ?

What is H5N1 ?

Microbecide™ Special Report What is the avian influenza A (H5N1) Influenza A (H5N1) virus – also called “H5N1 virus” – is an influenza A virus subtype that occurs mainly in birds, is highly contagious among birds, and can be deadly to them. Outbreaks of avian influenza H5N1 occurred among poultry in eight countries in Asia (Cambodia, China, Indonesia, Japan, Laos, South Korea, Thailand, and Vietnam) during late 2003 and early 2004. At that time, more than 100...

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