and their Patients
Protecting Cruise Lines
and their Passengers
Cruise ships are essentially floating luxury hotels with thousands of visitors and employees enjoying and sharing a multi-story environment. Occasionally, there are bacterial and viral infection outbreaks, such as norovirus, that compromise the health of passengers, damage corporate reputation and can cost the cruise line industry millions of dollars. Reduce the spread of infections with ABS antimicrobial surface coating, SurfaceWise™.
and Covered Industries
Health care providers have insurance to protect themselves from significant loss. ABS may help health care clients avoid unnecessary litigation and insurance payouts associated with hospital-acquired infections. The use of ABS long-lasting antimicrobial surface coating SurfaceWise™ protects both the health care industry and its insurers by reducing the likelihood of claims from infection outbreaks.
ABS’ long-lasting antimicrobial surface coating, SurfaceWise™, creates a hostile microscopic environment on surfaces, making it difficult for disease-causing microorganisms to live and multiply. LEARN MORE
Posted by : r1 On Tuesday, April 14, 2015no comment
As seen in the Los Angeles Times:
Germs are everywhere, including horrifying amounts on your cellphone and tablet, according to a study by Which?, a British consumer organization. How horrifying? Electronics are dirtier than toilet seats, its 2013 analysis said.
Posted by : r1 On Friday, March 27, 2015no comment
Michael Ruley, CEO of Allied BioScience and Mike May, president of Spear One join host Steve A. Klein on the PlayMakers Talk Show from KAAM 770 AM Dallas.
Posted by : r1 On Sunday, March 08, 2015no comment
Germs are everywhere, including horrifying amounts on your cellphone and tablet, according to a study by Which?, a British consumer organization. How horrifying? Electronics are dirtier than toilet seats, its 2013 analysis said. Airplanes practically invite germs along for the ride, so when you’re packing, besides your lucky rabbit’s foot, throw in some hand sanitizer and antibacterial wipes, medical experts told me. And don’t forget your common sense and courtesy. You are entering a war zone, although the battleground may not be where you think it is.
Posted by : r1 On Monday, March 02, 2015no comment
Findings show benefits 15 weeks after surface treatment.
A new “self-disinfecting” coating designed for hospitals and other settings reportedly can reduce the total number of bacteria and antibiotic-resistant bacteria more than 15 weeks after application.