Infection Solution, Inc. to Provide Exclusive Distribution of American Green Technology's HRMS

Reports of record numbers of measles outbreaks are occurring in the U.S., documenting 121 people with the disease from 17 different states. Houston-based Infection Solution, Inc. (ISI) expects to make a positive impact on healthcare facilities across the South. Partnering with American Green Technology® (AGT) as the master distributor, ISI will provide exclusive distribution of the Health Risk Management System (HRMS) for Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Arkansas. The team at ISI, which represents decades of senior management experience in healthcare, is highly qualified to deliver the expertise required for penetrating not just the healthcare market, but the numerous additional verticals the HRMS can service.

“The current measles outbreak is a wake-up call to the healthcare system, parents, really everyone,” says Tom Martin, president of ISI. “A disease we thought was well under control has returned in earnest. We have to be more vigilant with precautions we take. That is why the HRMS is such a revolutionary product. It provides protection against unseen viruses and bacteria. When installed in a doctor’s waiting room for example, it significantly reduces or eliminates the risk of transmitting airborne viruses between patients. Further, doctors who have equipped their exam rooms with HRMS units assure patients that the air they’re breathing is pathogen-free. There is a tremendous health benefit for the patient when an HRMS is present, and it is a demonstration of a commitment for ‘best practice’ by the physician.”

“The HRMS is designed to draw pathogens into the system so they can be effectively neutralized,” says Danny Bogar, CEO of AGT. “When someone sneezes, the aerosolized pathogens are pulled into the HRMS, eliminated by the UVC lamp and then the disinfected air is pushed back out. The first pass kill rate for over 30 common pathogens including measles is 100 percent.”

Source: American Green Technology

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