Anti3 Protect Series Protect EMTs
Posted by anti3protect series on January 12th, 2018
From Harmful Skin Infections
Emergency Medical Services or EMS is an occupation that requires a lot of energy, resilience and toughness. Emergency Medical Technicians or EMTs have a high stress job because people rely on them to heal them and even save their lives. With EMTs heavily focused on saving other people, they don’t have time to focus on protecting themselves from harmful bacteria that they come into contact with everyday. Anti3 Protect Series offers a line of antibacterial, antifungal and antimicrobial disinfectants that can save EMTs time and prevent harmful skin infections.
EMTs come into contact with bacteria almost more than any other profession. Whether it is sweat, blood, saliva or even vomit, EMTs risk harmful skin infections just by doing their job. Being constantly exposed to the bodily fluids of others, some of it is bound to seep into their uniforms making it immensely important for EMTs to keep their clothing clean and disinfected. Anti3 Protect Series disinfecting and deodorizing Laundry Detergent is geared towards an EMTs active lifestyle. This antibacterial laundry detergent kills any bacteria EMTs may take home with them from their unpredictable day.
At any moment EMTs could be called into duty, they don’t get to choose when or where someone may need to be saved. This type of lifestyle makes it difficult for them to disinfect after being potentially exposed to harmful skin infections such as Staph, MRSA, Ringworm and more. Anti3 Protect Series Foaming Dry Wash offers a quick and easy way to disinfect after being exposed to someone’s blood, sweat, saliva or more. This easy-to-use foaming sanitizer kills bacteria while freshening skin and can be used on arms, legs and hands.
Anti3 Protect Series understands that EMTs have a tough job where they have to constantly be ready for anything. In the midst of focusing on saving someone EMTs are not able to focus on avoiding contact with bacteria or fungus. This is why Anti3 offers a line of antibacterial, antifungal and antimicrobial products that protect EMTs while they’re saving someone else.
Stay Healthy With Anti3 Protect Series
Doctors and nurses have some of society’s most important jobs, they help keep everyone healthy. In doing so they are exposed to bacteria and fungus and therefor are highly prone to harmful skin infections. Not only is it dangerous to the doctors and nurses if they are infected with infections such as Staph, MRSA or Ringworm, but it is also extremely dangerous for their patients. Patients in hospitals often have a vulnerable immune system and may not be able to fight off an infection as easily as a healthy person could. Anti3 Protect Series offers a line of hospital grade disinfectants that protect health professionals and their patients from a variety of bacterial and fungal infections.
Anti3 Protect Series Disinfecting Equipment Spray is ideal for killing bacteria and fungus on hospital equipment. This easy-to-use spray is an antibacterial, antifungal and antimicrobial that is sure to kill any lurking infection-causing bacteria on hospital equipment and surfaces. For doctors or nurses who need to quickly disinfect before they see their next patient, Anti3 Protect Series offers an antibacterial sanitizer. The Foaming Dry Wash is gentler than typical sanitizers, but still tough on bacteria. For health professionals it is vital that they keep their work clothes clean and disinfected otherwise it could be harmful to the public and themselves. That is why Anti3 Protect Series offers a Laundry Detergent that is strong enough to kill bacteria that can cause infections as well as acts a deodorizer. Since the threat of bacteria is so high to health professionals, to further cleanse themselves Anti3 Protect Series Hair and Body Wash is ideal to rid their body of any left over bacteria. This organic body wash is strong enough to kill bacteria and fungus, but won’t dry skin out.
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