3 Oakland County Students Diagnosed With MRSA
Two schools in Walled Lake are closed for cleaning after a student at each school was diagnosed with a form of staph infection. via WSBT
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#1 Oct 19, 2007
At a recent Food and New Product show we purchased a system called Lumife. It is a spray that is supposed to kill all the bacteria on surfaces for one year. It is activated by a special lightbulb or by sunlight. It is supposed to break down all bacteria on a cellular level. I have two children in school myself here in Hawaii, and Hawaii has all kinds of people bringing all kinds of germs. If this actually works I really hope that all schools and hospitals will invest in this to try and slow this thing down. The website is http://www.lumilifesystems.com/ if anybody wants to try and research it.
#3 Jan 31, 2008
MRSA requires a EPA approved sanitizer for MRSA. I provide these systems in Michigan from http://www.sanisys.com and as a service http://www.environmist.com
Our customers include hospitals and food plants.
We can sanitize computers, metals, without residue or wiping, non-corrosive, and our product is very safe and effective. There is no reason to panic about MRSA is hospitals or schools, just get the surfaces sanitized and wash your hands.
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