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Antimicrobial Technology: New Solutions for Protecting Employees, Patients, and Customers

By August 8, 2020News and Events
Antimicrobial Technology: New Solutions for Protecting Employees, Patients, and Customers

New solutions provide continuous protection against bacterial contamination, odors, and stains for the lifetime of products

Antimicrobial Technology: New Solutions for Protecting Employees, Patients, and CustomersAccording to the World Health Organization, microbial infectious disease kills at least 17 million people across the world every year. Caused by tiny pathogens wreaking havoc on the immune system, this disease requires a strict precautionary approach that ensures illness-causing bacteria, fungi, and viral strains don’t transfer from one source to the other.

Understanding the need to prevent microbial cross-contamination, Rapid Aid has introduced a new technology that integrates antimicrobial agents with the heating and cooling packs people use for pain relief in the aftermath of an injury. It can also be used during post-operative care to propel the healing of surgical incisions.

With our new antimicrobial cold packs, pathogens can no longer transmit among your employees as the latter unpack and store the former at your pharmacy. The poly layer antimicrobial finish to fibers and fabrics in these packs ensures the elimination of infectious strains landing on their surface before the product changes hands.

Our antimicrobial heat packs can be used safely to heal muscle injury, as they don’t carry any viruses that may have transferred onto the skin during application.

Complimenting the eradication of microbes with long-lasting odor and stain control, the antimicrobial technology used by Rapid Aid promises that heat and cold packs stay fresh and reusable for longer periods.

More information about these products can be found in our detailed whitepaper on antimicrobial solutions, highlighting key features of this germ-busting technology. Download this paper here. If you would like to learn more about our antimicrobial solutions, please feel free to contact us on info@rapidaid.com