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BioNeutral's Ygiene(TM) New Hospital Grade Disinfectant Will Save Lives and Billions of Dollars Annually at Health Care Facilities Around the World
Date:8/19/2008

Ygiene(TM) Hospital Grade antimicrobial sets the new global standard to

eradicate (100% kill) in seconds the most difficult and lethal microorganisms commonly found in health care facilities, including MRSA and

C. difficile

NEWARK, N.J., Aug. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- BioNeutral announces successful testing of its Ygiene(TM) Hospital Grade antimicrobial against antibiotic-resistant microorganisms and spore forms of microorganisms which represent the major source of hospital acquired infections. In the US, Methicillan Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA), Vancomycin-resistant Enterococci, Pan-resistant Klebsiellia pneumoniae and Clostridium difficile are but a few of the various lethal microorganisms present in hospital environments which contribute to over two-and-a-half million hospital acquired infections and one-hundred-thousand deaths annually. Using Ygiene(TM) Hospital Grade antimicrobial to routinely disinfect all areas in health care facilities can save many lives and billions of dollars annually in this global problem. Ygiene(TM) Hospital Grade antimicrobial has been found to completely eradicate these harmful microorganisms in seconds, and is still safe for the environment.

Dr. Philip Tierno, Principal Investigator and Head of Microbiology and Immunology at the Langone NYU Medical Center, has stated regarding Ygiene(TM) Hospital Grade antimicrobial: "No chemical formulation I have ever tested gives a quicker and more complete kill, has a broader spectrum of activity and is more 'green.'"

Dr. Andy Kielbania, Chief Scientist at BioNeutral, stated, "Despite the use of Lysol(R), Clorox(R) bleach, Oxivir(TM)Tb, Medica DC Germicidal Solution, Asepticare(R) TB+II, Germ Control 24 by Pure Biosciences and many other commercial disinfectants, the epidemic of infections continues in health care facilities. Most of these products are not sporicidal and either have no effect on the more difficult organisms,
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