CDC Recommends:

    1. Clean hands with an alcohol based hand rub with at least a 60% content at minimum before and after playing sports, including weight training. (Use our Medistaph hand wipes)
    2. Clean uniforms and clothing after each use. (Use our Formula 10)
    3. Locker rooms and weight rooms should be kept clean. (Use Disinfectant Spray)
    4. Do not use chlorine bleach as exposure to it is associated with health problems such as skin irritations, asthma, and eye irritations.
    5. Clean protective gear such as helmets and shared equipment. (Use Disinfectant Spray)

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Total Infection Control

For athletic programs, and for daycare and convalescent centers

According to the Center For Disease Control (CDC) MRSA is an antibiotic resistant type of staph infection that is now responsible for more US deaths than AIDS. It is contracted by contact with infected surfaces. (2008) MRSA CAN KILL!!

Athletes are some of the people who are most at risk for MRSA infections. MRSA is most common in high physical contact sports such as wrestling, football, and rugby. However, MRSA infections are being reported in soccer, basketball, volleyball, base-ball, field hockey, and martial arts among others. MRSA infections also take place before and after participation in sports in locker rooms, weight rooms and artificial turfs.

The CDC states that good personal hygiene will protect against the MRSA virus. Athletes who do not use proper protocol can easily transfer the MRSA virus to other players!

Famous athletics who have contracted the MRSA virus include, Payton Manning, Kennen Winslow Jr, Kenny George, recently even 6 Cleveland Browns Players etc.

Stop the spread of infections now

Children and the elderly are some of the people who are most at risk for MRSA infections. MRSA is common in daycare settings because of high physical contact between children in the classroom. MRSA infections are passed from person to person or through contact with contaminated items such as toys, playground equipment, food tables, or carpeting. MRSA infections also take place before and after participation in sports or outdoor games.