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Emergency vehicle passengers sometimes harbor blood borne and airborne pathogens that can be spread to equipment, crew members, and surfaces within the vehicle. EMS vehicles must maintain a superior cleaning program that ensures passengers and crew members are not infected from previous passengers. Our new Special LED Bacteria Blue Light products can help reduce the risk of infection within the vehicle. Our LED Lights are inexpensive to purchase and use and will provide a major improvement in cleaning the vehicle. Works 24/7. Keep on at all time.
Bacteria Blue LED lights are easy to install, last for 50,000 plus hours and work while your sleeping. Warranty is 5 years on most units. Since the 1990’s NASA has known that a specific color of blue lights kill mold and bacteria. Today we are offering these amazing lights in fixtures that can be placed in a wide variety of places where they can work 24/7 killing the most dangerous bacteria on earth today.
The above pictures show UV lights being used to disinfect and ambulance. The problem is you cannot look at these lights without proper glasses or your eyes can be damaged. Our Bacteria Blue lights are safe for humans and will not hurt your eyes and they will provide the same amount of disinfection as a UV light.
MRSA Found On Oxygen Tanks
(Reuters Health) – Ambulance oxygen tanks are likely to carry the “superbug” MRSA, a small U.S. study suggests, pointing to the need for regular disinfection of medical equipment.
Researchers tested nine oxygen tanks carried by three ambulances based at an emergency medical services (EMS) station in Alabama. They found MRSA, or methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, on all nine tanks. They also swabbed oxygen tanks in a storage area, finding MRSA on 96 percent of the stored cylinders. “MRSA exists in firehouses and EMS stations as well,” Tan said, “and the challenge is finding universally effective disinfection procedures and techniques that are both effective and efficient, especially in busier EMS services where there is constant system pressure to get back in service to answer the next call for help.”
Neu-Tech offers….Safe And Effective Bacteria Killing Tools To Protect the crew and the next passenger. LED Blue Strips for Ceiling and sides. Hand held units to clean over and under equipment and clean the crew when finished with run. Stay Bacteria Free With Bacteria Blue.
Bacteria Killing Tools To Fit All Your Applications; firehouse, police cars, EMS vehicles, storage areas, bathrooms, clothing storage, oxygen tank storage etc.
EMS passengers sometimes harbor blood borne and airborne pathogens that can be spread to equipment, crew members, and surfaces within the vehicle. EMS vehicles must maintain a superior cleaning program that ensures passengers and crew members are not infected from previous passengers. Our new Special Bacteria Blue LED Light products can help reduce the risk of infection within the vehicle. Our LED Lights are inexpensive to purchase and use and will provide a major improvement in cleaning the vehicle. Works 24/7. Keep on at all time.
John Hopkins EMS Cleaning Test
Johns Hopkins Study: EMS Cleaning Test
% Of sites contaminated before traditional
% Of sites contaminated after traditional
Folds in stretcher mattress
Off side wall near stretcher mattress
Inside cupboard or drawers
Inside suction bottle
Rails of grid/track or floor
Cutter, J., Nigam, Y. A preliminary investigation into bacterial contamination of Welsh emergency ambulances. Emerged Med J 2003;20:479-482.
Ambulances were swabbed for bacterial contamination without prior warning to the associated EMS crews in order to test the true effectiveness of the cleaning methods. The areas tested were chosen due to their higher probability of transferring contamination and included the knurled oxygen flow regulator knob, the bench seat, the radio microphone knob, the lower track of a sliding door near the patient’s head, and the driver’s side door handle. All of these areas are frequently touched by the EMS workers and were thought to be difficult to clean with standard spray and wipe techniques. All ambulances in the study were found to contain moderate to large amounts of contamination, with three of the seven bacterial organisms isolated having strong resistances to antibiotics1. Bacteria Killing Blue light is affordable, easy to use, and achieves a high level of disinfection in a short period of time and can be used safely with or without passengers or crew in the area.