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Germ-O-Gard Clorox Test Summary - E. coli and K. pneumoniae
Germ-O-Gard Clorox Test Summary - E. coli and K. pneumoniae
A study of the residual self-sanitising efficacy of Germ-O-Gard against E. coli and K. pneumoniae after application to inanimate hard surfaces. Download article »
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Germ-O-Gard Clorox Test Summary - Multiple Organisms
Germ-O-Gard Clorox Test Summary - Multiple Organisms
A study of the residual self-sanitising efficacy of Germ-O-Gard after application to inanimate hard surfaces. Download article »
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Germ-O-Gard Clorox Test Summary - MRSA
Germ-O-Gard Clorox Test Summary - MRSA
A study of the residual self-sanitising efficacy of Germ-O-Gard on treated and abraded hard surfaces. Download article »
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Germ-O-Gard TGO54 Test Summary - MRSA/VRE
Germ-O-Gard TGO54 Test Summary - MRSA/VRE
A study of the bactericidal efficacy of Germ-O-Gard, according to the TGO54 test method. Download article »
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General Information


World Health Organization - Antimicrobial Resistance, Global Report on Surveillance, 2014
World Health Organization - Antimicrobial Resistance, Global Report on Surveillance, 2014
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) within a wide range of infectious agents is a growing public health threat of broad concern to countries and multiple sectors. Increasingly, governments around the world are beginning to pay attention to a problem so serious that it threatens the achievements of modern medicine. A post-antibiotic era, in which common infections and minor injuries can kill, far from being an apocalyptic fantasy, is instead a very real possibility for the 21st century. Download article »
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CDC - Antibiotic Resistance Threats in the United States, 2013
CDC - Antibiotic Resistance Threats in the United States, 2013
Foreword: Antimicrobial resistance is one of our most serious health threats. Infections from resistant bacteria are now too common, and some pathogens have even become resistant to multiple types or classes of antibiotics (antimicrobials used to treat bacterial infections). Download article »
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CDC - Clostridium difficile
CDC - Clostridium difficile
Clostridium difficile (C. difficile) causes life-threatening diarrhea. These infections mostly occur in people who have had both recent medical care and antibiotics. Often, C. difficile infections occur in hospitalized or recently hospitalized patients. Download article »
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CDC - Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus
CDC - Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) causes a range of illnesses, from skin and wound infections to pneumonia and bloodstream infections that can cause sepsis and death. Staph bacteria, including MRSA, are one of the most common causes of healthcare-associated infections. Download article »
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CDC - Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococcus
CDC - Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococcus
Enterococci cause a range of illnesses, mostly among patients receiving healthcare, but include bloodstream infections, surgical site infections, and urinary tract infections. Download article »
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CDC - Pseudomonas aeruginosa
CDC - Pseudomonas aeruginosa
Pseudomonas aeruginosa is a common cause of healthcare-associated infections including pneumonia, bloodstream infections, urinary tract infections, and surgical site infections. Download article »
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CDC - Detect and Protect Against Antibiotic Resistance
CDC - Detect and Protect Against Antibiotic Resistance
CDC's Initiative to outsmart this threat. It's been called public health's ticking time bomb. Antibiotic resistance - when bacteria don't respond to the drugs designed to kill them - threatens to return us to the time when simple infections were often fatal. Download article »
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Clorox Protocol
Clorox Protocol
Protocol for residual self-sanitising activity of dried chemical residues on hard, non-porous surfaces. Download article »
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Germ-O-Gard Safety Data Sheet
Germ-O-Gard Safety Data Sheet
A detailed Safety Data Sheet for Germ-O-Gard hard surface, anti-bacterial disinfectant. Germ-O-Gard is considered non-hazardous, according to criteria of NOHSC non-dangerous goods. Download article »
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Germ-O-Gard: A Hard Surface Disinfectant with True Residual Efficacy
Germ-O-Gard: A Hard Surface Disinfectant with True Residual Efficacy
Germ-O-Gard is a hospital grade hard surface disinfectant with genuine residual properties. This document explains why Germ-O-Gard is so effective in providing sustained protection against germs and why it is superior to competing products. Download article »
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